As I write there are only 2 more sleeps to Christmas. A wonderful time when families and communities come together and share their stories.
A rather appropriate time to be sharing news of the first wave of our Lincolnshire Age of Scientific Discovery masterclasses Particularly as the record books show that Sir Isaac Newton was actually born on Christmas day 1642 at his family home Woolsthorpe Manor
Over the next few weeks we’ll be promoting each masterclass in a separate blog post, but for now here’s the summary of what you can look forward to.
Although places are free, tickets must be booked with project manager, Ameneh Enayat [email protected] who can also give more information
alternatively visit the South Kesteven District Council website
- Lincolnshire’s Archives: An Introduction. 25th January, 12.00-3.30pm. Lincoln (bus transport available)
- The 17th Century Gardener: 1st February, 11.00-12.00. Belton Old School Village Hall
- Tasty Titbits: Cooking in the 17th Century: 1st February, 1.30-2.30pm. Belton Old School Village Hall
- Lincolnshire’s Apothecaries: 1st February, 3.00-4.00pm. Belton Old School Village Hall
- Newton Tree Party: 22nd February, 2pm–5pm. Colsterworth Village Hall
Wishing you all a wonderful festive break and look forward to seeing you in the new year!