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Cornish events and language classes with Mick Paynter

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Towl Ros/Cast Net!
7:30pm, Saturday 20th May

St Ives Arts Club, Westcotts Quay, St Ives TR26 2DY
Interpretations in words and music of the St Ives fishing industry, capturing the sights and sounds of the catch, tragic loss, and the joy of lighter moments. With Tir ha Tavas (Dee & Dave Brotherton), Bob Devereux, Mick Paynter and William & Tricia Thomas.
Tickets £5 from St Ives Art Club 01736 799320 or Cafe Art 01736 799450
For more information: http://stiveslitfest.info/event/towl-ros-cast-net

Solempnita AWEN /AWEN ceremony
11am, Sunday 18th June
Carn Gloose / Ballowall Barrow, St Just in Penwith, West Cornwall, TR19 7NP.
Gorsedh Kernow AWEN ceremony
The Awen ceremony is now enjoying a genuine revival, with words from the Old Gorseddau or Bardic Assemblies of Wales and Cornwall. In its centre piece two elders of the community hand over the Gorsedh Kernow Book of Life to two children of the community, representing the passing of wisdom from one generation to another.
For more information: http://gorsedhkernow.org.uk/ceremonies.html

Cornish Language classes with Mick Paynter

The Shore Shelter, The Wharf, St Ives TR26 1PU
1st grade Tuesdays 6pm–7.30pm
2nd grade Tuesdays 4.30pm–6.00pm
3rd grade Fridays 4.30pm–6.00pm
4th grade Tuesdays 7.30pm–9.00pm
For more details: 07749 714 357

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London. The Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Gallery permanent exhibition of women in medicine.

First Sunday of every month, Redruth. Shout with the Red River singers.

until 27 May 2017, Camden, London. An exhibition of the works of Lancelot Ribeiro.

12 May 2017, Redruth. Launch of Celebrating Pevsner New research on Cornish architecture.

20 May 2017, St Ives. Towl Ros/Cast Net! Interpretations in words and music of the St Ives fishing industry.

1 June 2017, Redruth. Book launch and poetry reading in Georgian and English Ten Georgian Women Poets with Vicky Field and Nata Bukia Peters

14 June 2017, National Army Museum, London. Feminism Late - with a talk by Elizabeth Crawford: Did the First World War win women the vote?

18 June 2017, St Just in Penwith. Gorsedh Kernow Solempnita AWEN/AWEN ceremony at Carn Gloose/Ballowall Barrow.

6 October 2017, Aldeburgh. Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Commemoration Weekend with talks, a play, music and the unveiling of a plaque.