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  1. Poking Fun: Satirical Prints of the Georgian Era

    The Georgian period (1714 - 1830) was a time of great change within British society. Fashion and manners became more refined, yet there was also an increase in gin drinking. The Industrial Revolution led to more crowded towns and cities and disease spread rapidly. Much of this is reflected in the satirical prints and caricatures of the era. The

    Bolton Central Library and Museum , Le Mans Crescent, BL1 1SE
    01204 332853 askboltonlibraries@bolton.gov.uk

    Date and Time: 26 Feb. 2020 from 09:30 to 17:00

  2. Men of Letters exhibition

  3. Art Club

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    Art Club is a place and space for creatives. Art Club is open to all young people who have a keen interest in arts, crafts, and design aged 13 yrs - 19 yrs and up to 25yrs for young people with a disability. Come along and explore new ideas, new themes, new materials, new techniques to develop your creative skills. Make new friends that also have an interest in being creative, share ideas, and enjoy exploring your talents together.  Sessions are

    Slaterfield Community Centre, 18 Carrington Drive, BL3 6YE
    07939273730 boltonsmartenterprise@gmail.com

    Date and Time: 26 Feb. 2020 from 17:00 to 19:30

  4. The Gallery at Harwood Library

      For the month of February Harwood Library’s Gallery will feature an exhibition of watercolours and acrylics by local artist Keith Ward.   The

    Harwood Library, Gate Fold, Harwood, BL2 3HN
    01204 332340 harwood.library@bolton.gov.uk

    Date and Time: 27 Feb. 2020 from 09:00 to 19:00

  5. The Gallery at Harwood Library

  6. Elemental exhibition

  7. Photographing the English North, 1890-1990

    This exhibition examines how the North of England has been portrayed in the work of leading British and international photographers. The exhibition has been curated by Dr Ian Glover with support from Dr Keith Roberts, both from the University of Bolton, and has been created as part of the 2020 Worktown Festival.

    Bolton Central Library and Museum, Le Mans Crescent, BL1 1SE
    01204332853 askboltonlibraries@bolton.gov.uk

    Date and Time: 14 Mar. 2020 from 09:00 to 17:00

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