Culture Cart Large Lino Print Workshop

Saturday 20th September, 11am - 2pm
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Drop into the museum and have a go at drawing an animal to be added to our large scale lino print animal farm! The print will go on display in the town centre on Saturday 4 October for the Big Draw.

All ages welcome!

WW1 Little Gallery Tearoom

Saturday 27th September, 10.30am - 4pm
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Join us for our WW1 inspired tearoom! Watford Folk Club will be hosting a WW1 sing-a-long at 1pm. Jenny Young will be sharing sewing skills in this adult poppy making workshop from 11am - 12.30pm. It is only £8 per person, booking essential! It is also the last day of our WWI exhibition, which can be viewed with a cup of tea and slice of cake.

The Great War: Watford 1914

7 August - 27 September
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A Heritage Lottery funded project to mark the centenary of WW1 in Watford. An online memorial website will be launched along with an exhibition which investigates the impact of the war in Watford in 1914. Not to mention, a WW1 sing along and Princess Christmas Box Workshop!

High Street Trails 2014

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Step back in time with Watford Museum and explore the architectural and social history of Watford's High Street on these walking tours.

Victorian Trail

Saturday 20 September, 12 - 1.30pm

The Big Draw: Celebrating Watford's Animal Farm

Saturday 4 October 2014, 11am - 4pm
The Parade, Watford Town Centre

Watford Museum presents an exploration of Watford animator Joy Batchelor's Animal Farm and a chance to get creative! Have a go at animation, mask making, printing, dancing, chalk paving drawing and much more! Marvel at our harvest stall, spot the hidden animals in local shops and sign your name on the biggest visitor book you have ever seen!

There is something for everyone in this drawing celebration.



For information about what's on at our Space2 gallery, see the Space2 website.

Scrabble Club

A photo of the Scrabble Club at Watford Museum
Want to improve your word score? Join our friendly Scrabble Club for a game at 2pm on Friday afternoons at the museum. Each session costs just £1.50.

New Connections

Come along and join the friendly creative dance group for the over 50s at Watford Museum. New Connections is led by Laura Horn, Dance Development Artist for DanceDigital. Sessions run every Wednesday, from 10.30 - 11.30am and cost £3 per class.

New Connections creative dance group

This class explores gentle and fluid movement sequences that gradually increase joint mobility and muscular strength. Each exercise can be easily adapted to suit each individual's physical ability. All movements can be performed standing, seated or supported.

The creative elements give participants the opportunity to work together and develop their own movements in response to tasks and group ideas. This provides a stimulating workout for the brain, which enhances everyday brain functions such as memory.

More importantly! Tea and Coffee is provided after the session, giving time to unwind and socialise.

For more information and to book your place please email or call DanceDigital on 01277 362362 or call 01277 362362

Friends of Watford Museum events

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Friday 26th September, 2pm
'Watford and the Canals' by Fabian Hiscox
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Friday 31st October, 2pm
'Flash, Bang, Wallop - the History of Guns and Gunpowder' by Derek Sayall

Entry to these talks is free for Friends of Watford Museum, or £3 for members of the public. Booking is essential.

High Street Trails

Watford Museum's popular High Street Trails will return in 2013.