Thursday, 17 September 2009
Something for the weekend?
Fingers crossed it will be glorious this weekend, like last. When we were graced with the sort of weather the North West has become entirely unaccustomed to.
We definitely want the sun to shine on those Pirates (it's National Pirate Day) and on the bands playing at the Bandstand in South Park on Saturday. Great local music, a picnic by the lake... see earlier post for full details. Take your terrier as the annual South Park Dog Show is going on too. Mmm, take your terrier dressed as a pirate?! Pictures please!
The'' Looking at Paintings' 8 week course starts at Bollington Arts Centre tomorrow and if you fancy some trad jazz Annies Saints and Sinners play the Egerton Arms. Don't miss the very high quality and expansive Cloverbank Farmers Market on Saturday and watch out for frolicking calves, capering as you drive up the lane. They're having a ball at the moment apparently.
There's more music from F.I.G.M.O and Hey Zeus at the Swan with two Necks on Saturday night and the Merchants of Cool play Ronnie's on Sunday .
It's the second weekend of the Cheshire Open Studios. Seize this opportunity to see and possibly buy work direct from the artists in their studio. Sadly Macclesfield artist Jayashree Jaipal won't be showing as advertised but see her glorious pink abstract here instead.
Annie's Saints and Sinners Egerton Arms Chelford 8.30pm 01625610059
Cheshire Open Studios www.cheshireopenstudios.org.uk
Clover Bank Organic Farm, North Rode www.cloverbankorganicfarm.co.uk
Ronnie's bar www.ronnies-bar.co.uk
Bollington Arts centre Art Appreciation course. See link below