Saturday, 2 April 2011

Margate caves, Musical People, Being digital & 55's gardening

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From: info@margatecaves.co.uk [mailto:info@margatecaves.co.uk]
       Sent: 01 April 2011 21:16
Subject: Memories of the Margate Caves

 I am writing to ask for you to share any memories you have of
visiting the Margate Caves. If you have any photos to go with these
memories that would be even better.  We will be collating all the
memories/stories and pictures we receive to create an article to help
support our campaign. We may also use these recollections as a feature
on our website.

 As always with our campaign time is of the essence, so we would
really appreciate it if you could take the time to share these
memories/stories with us as soon as possible.

 Once again, thank you so much for your support.

 I look forward to hearing from you.

 Kind regards,

 Peter Davis,  Friends Of Margate Caves,  www.margatecaves.co.uk

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From: Intern1 [mailto:Intern1@turnercontemporary.org]
Sent: 29 March 2011 17:07

[Do you] know anyone who may be interested in our upcoming project
Songs of the Sublime? [contact Danielle directly.]

The project is part of our YOU ARE HERE programme celebrating the
launch of the Turner Contemporary on April 16-25 2011.

We are looking for a group of 12 musicians to work with Polish artists
Zorka Wollny and Ania Szwajgier to create a musical composition
inspired by the Turner Contemporary building. This will mean
generating sounds from simple activities such as hammering, drumming,
drilling as well as sounds made by human voice, whispers,
conversations, etc..

The rehearsal period will take place from 5th-11th April at
6:30pm-8:30pm with a performance at 7:43pm on Sunday 17th April.

Danielle Gilbert, Intern of Public Programme, Turner Contemporary, T
+44 (0) 1843 233 000

Revealed: Turner Contemporary Opens

Saturday 16 April 2011 – 4 September 2011

Opening exhibition features six major international artists, including
four important new commissions.

 For more information please visit www.turnercontemporary.org.
You can also follow us on Twitter @TCMargate  Facebook  Flickr

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From: pat wilson                       Sent: 30 March 2011 11:30

Harbour Arm Gallery – Margate

You are warmly invited to the opening of 'Being DIGITAL' on Sunday
17th April from 1pm

There is a performance by Sebastian Kaye at 1.45pm, demonstrating
interactive music motion software.

Open times: Friday 15th April 7 – 9pm

and then:

Saturday 12 – Sun 17

Friday 22 – Monday 25

Friday 29 – Monday 2 May     open daily 12-5pm

rsvp patricia wilson smith 07530 446499   www.margateharbourarm.co.uk

Please note: it may not be possible to park at the Harbour due to
large numbers of visitors arriving for the opening of the Turner
Contemporary Gallery. Parking is available in the Old Town and in Mill
Lane car park just a few minutes' walk away from the harbour

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From: Lorna Kane                  Sent: 31 March 2011 08:53

Do you enjoy gardening or growing your own fresh fruit and veg, herbs
and cut flowers? Try the new over 55'S gardening group.

Every Friday 10.30am -1pm

At Windmill Community Allotment project, Dane valley Road Margate CT9

Buses 32 or 34 every 10 minutes from Cecil Square

A chance to make new friends, learn new skills and use your own
skills, get involved in supporting this local community project and
keep fit in the fresh air. On our one acre site on the corner of Dane
Valley Road and College Road, facilities include: a wildlife garden
and pond, kitchen, refreshments, poly tunnel and compost toilet.

We are a not for profit community organisation and produce is grown
for sale on our market stall on site. Any surplus produce is shared
out amongst those who have given their time to the project.

 NUMBERS ARE LIMITED To book a place, or for more details, call 01843
280 555 or 07717 531 589

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