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What's on this week in south Bucks
Sweetie sports medals, 10am, The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre, 81-83 High Street.Great Missenden. Have you ever won a medal? If not, don’t worry, just come along and make your own edible medal from sweeties, chocolate and biscuits. Workshops at 11am to 12noon, 12.30pm to 1.30pm and 2.30pm to 3.30pm Call 01494 892192 to book.Tickets: £3.50 per participant and museum entry.
The Heartbeats Live Rock 'n' Band, plus DJ Jivin' George, 8pm, Hedsor Social Club, Hedsor Road (Next to the Flowerland Garden Centre).Bourne End. The Heartbeats Rock n Roll band playing live at Hedsor Social Club in Bourne End. Our DJs for the evening are DJ Jivin' George and DJ Jumpin' Jim. Great dance floor. Licenced Bar. £8 entry from firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ladies & Gentlemen Opening Night, 12-13 Pauls Row, High Wycombe, HP11 2HQ. This wine bar, restaurant and night club opens in High Wycombe tonight. Dress to impress.
Working Woodland Weekend, 10am-4pm, and August 12, Chiltern Woodland, Potkiln Lane Jordans. A weekend of woodcraft and woodland events for all the family. Cafe in the Woods, horse logging, the owl experience, woodcarving, sheep, bees and much more. Free parking. Call 01494 872158 for details.Tickets are £3 for adults and £1.50 for children.
Free afternoon tea dance for the elderly, 2pm, St. James' Church Hall, Plomer Hill Downley. Lions Club and the Alzheimer's Society invite the elderly, elderly with dementia, and their carers to enjoy dancing to old time favourites in a safe, relaxed environment. Tea and biscuits provided. No charge. .For more details call Sue Longman- 01494 511629.
14+ music event, 7pm, The Roundhouse, High Wycombe, Club Omega in association with Soundstudio, Alternator and Rafes Place present As Elephants Are, Big Sixes, Parka Club, Caesar Goddard and Patrick Lewin. £5 on the door. For more information go to www.bigsixes.com.
Wheeler's Wheels Return to Cressex Community Centre!, 8pm, Cressex Community Centre, 203 Cressex Road.Cressex. Johnny Wheeler and his four piece band are returning to The Cressex Club for the one and only time this year. A mix of rock n roll, ballads and general pop music is on offer. The usual three piece band will be augmented with Risborough based lead guitarist Johnny Green. Non members welcome, a small fee on the door. Call 01494 440349 for details.
Over 30s party for singles and couples, 8.30pm-12.30am, Flackwell Heath Golf Club, Treadaway Road, off Treadaway Hill, Flackwell Heath. Enjoy classic chartbusters, current hits and requests. Meet new people, make new friends. Tickets on the door. Ladies £8, Gents £10. Smart dress, no denim, trainers, T shirts, etc. Right of adm. reserved. Details and more events: www.dance-parties.co.uk 01344 870277 or 07913 400444.
Cream Tea Sundays, 2-6pm, West Wycombe Community Library, Swan Yard, High Street. West Wycombe Community Library is open every Sunday afternoon,until the end of August (and August Bank Holiday), for cream teas and light lunches, homemade cakes and toasties. Tea served the old fashioned way in china teapots and cups and saucers. Call 01494 449958 for details.
Dr Seuss' The Lorax, 3.10pm, Empire Cinema, High Wycombe. Empire High Wycombe is offering autism-friendly screenings in partnership with The National Autistic Society (NAS). The autism-friendly screenings allow customers to benefit from the subtle differences made to the cinema’s usual environment; lights are kept up and sound is turned down, trailers are omitted from the viewing experience, and people are able to move around the cinema as they feel comfortable. For details and prices of all Empire screenings, visit www.empirecinemas.co.uk or call on 08714 714714.
Troublemaker's Summer Theatre Week, from 10am-4pm daily, until August 17, Arts4Every1 Centre, Desborough Road, High Wycombe. The Friday finishes at around 9pm after a performance. It is open to those aged 10 - 18. This is a unique opportunity to help create, write and perform a show, all in one week! This year will be theme based. Specialists will guide you through the whole process and help you to use your talents to the full. Don't miss this great chance to flex your creative muscles and beat the boredom. The week costs £90. Price includes two tickets to the performance and a limited edition Troublemaker T-shirt. Call 01494471392 for details.
Family History Talk: The Facebook Generation, 7.15pm, Community Centre, Wakeman Road, Bourne End. Debbie Kennett discusses social networking and family history with members of Buckinghamshire Family History Society. Non-members are very welcome; a small donation will be appreciated.
Alan Barnes and Bruce Adams, 8.30pm, Marlow Jazz Club, Royal British Legion Hall, Station Approach, Marlow. Britain's best loved jazz partnership and two award winning musicians. Alan Barnes on alto and baritone saxes plus clarinet; Bruce on trumpet and flugelhorn. The Frank Toms Trio provide backing. The club’s only August gig. £8 entry. Call 01628 486571 for details.
Charity Quiz at Clayton’s Marlow, 7.30pm, Clayton's Marlow, 16, Oxford Road, Marlow. The Marlovian Maverick Quizmaster Tosh hosts their monthly charity quiz, raising money this time for St. Giles Hospice www.stgileshospice.com. With rounds such as 'Family Fortunes Round' and the Blockbusters inspired 'Can I have a P please Bob' round, this quiz is designed to be fun rather than geek friendly. All proceeds from entry fees go to St. Giles Hospice. £3 entry per person - all proceeds go to charity.
How to Train a Happy Dog, 7.30pm, High Wycombe Library, 5 Eden Place, High Wycombe. Marlow Dog Club members will be giving useful dog training tips and demonstrating how the tips work in practice. Entry for Friends of Wycombe Library £3; Non-members £5; Bucks New Uni Students with valid ID £2. Call 01628 525207 for details.
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