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Kids Creative Club Term 4 - Carlton


Join us for a Creative Club in which you can write, make, talk about books and have a good time. Try a new activity every week or bring your own project to work on. Grades 3-6. Bookings are not required. View all Yarra Libraries events If you have accessibility questions or requirements, please contact Sarah Ernst, Library Development & Projects Officer, at [email protected] or on 9205 5043.

Venue:
Carlton Library Meeting Room
667 Rathdowne Street North Carlton

When:
Thu, 22 Nov 2018 4.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Digital Coaching - Carlton Nov/Dec 2018


Need help learning about iPads, saving documents or getting started with social media? Book a 30 minute one on one session with a library staff member. We can help you with minor technology issues and guide you to useful online resources. When booking please let us know which device you are bringing and what you’d like help with. Bookings essential. You do not need to bring a ticket with you to this event. View all Yarra Libraries events If you have accessibility questions or requirements, please contact Sarah Ernst, Library Development & Projects Officer, at [email protected] or on 9205 5043.

Venue:
Carlton Library Meeting Room
667 Rathdowne Street North Carlton

When:
Thu, 22 Nov 2018 6.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


The Tin Forest


Puppetcraft An old man lives in a dreary junkyard, full of other people’s broken and unwanted junk; he dreams that one day his world will be full of life, colour and sound. His wish is about to come true… A visual delight, The Tin Forest is an uplifting, humorous and touching show, featuring puppetry and musical fun, with mechanical birds, live music, a wind-up circus and exotic animals of all shapes and sizes. Based on the book by Helen Ward, illustrated by Wayne Anderson, published by Templar Tickets: £8.00 Family [4]: £28.00 Complimentary 'Babes in Arms' Tickets for Under 2s available (must be pre-booked). Age Guide: For everyone, all the way down to just 3 years old!

Venue:
The Terry O'Toole Theatre
Moor Lane, North Hykeham, Lincoln North Hykeham

When:
Sat, 17 Nov 2018 3.00pm -
Sat, 17 Nov 2018 4.00pm


Road Haulage Transport Manager CPC Qualification Training - Lincoln


The Transport Manager CPC Qualification course runs over 2 weeks, with a break in-between week 1 and week 2. The first week will commence: Mon 19th November - Fri 23rd November. The second week will commence: Sun 2nd December - Thurs 6th December. The exam will be on Fri 7th December.   Course Details The Transport Manger CPC Qualification course will enable the delegate to receive a formal Transport Manager CPC qualification should they pass the two required exams. The OCR CPC qualification is currently a lifetime award, which means that, once obtained, the qualification will not expire, and holders will be considered professionally competent for the rest of their lives.A candidate achieving a Certificate of Professional Competence in Road Haulage has the following progression routes available:• enter the profession of Transport Manager• undertake higher level qualifications part-time or full-time in further or higher education, e.g. HNC, HND, degree• undertake additional complementary qualifications in the workplace e.g. Level 3 Certificate in Logistics Operations or Level 3 NVQ Certificate in Management. Who should attend the course? The course is suitable for delegates looking to become Transport Managers/Fleet Managers Course Content The course in run in two, 5-day blocks with a gap in between to enable delegates to plan, have a break and refresh their knowledge. OCR’s CPCs in Road Haulage and Passenger Transport each consist of a single multiple-choice assessment and a single case study assessment. Students will need to pass two examinations to gain the Certificate of Professional Competence for Road Haulage OR the Certificate of Professional Competence for Passenger Transport .Both elements test national and international knowledge and application. So, to achieve an International CPC, candidates will only need to pass two units. Units will be graded Pass or Fail.Examinations take place four times every year, in March, June, September and December. Course Cost The cost for the 10 days of training is £1,250+vat. This price includes examination fees and materials cost Exam Date The exam date is on the 7th December at our Lincoln training centre.   Please note: Lunch, refreshments and travel costs are not included. All bookings are subject to our Cancellation Policy and by registering for a course you are agreeing to its terms. Click here to read the Cancellation Policy

Venue:
Fleet Source Training Room
1st Floor Acorn House , Lindum Business Park, Station Road North Hykeham

When:
Mon, 19 Nov 2018 8.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Hazel O'Connor


The Film, a Q&A and Live Performance "They were absolutely fantastic, bringing the entire audience roaring to its feet." Daily Telegraph A very special evening with award-winning singer songwriter Hazel O'Connor,featuring a rare screening of the digitally re-mastered uncut version of the film followed by an intimate Q&A and live performance of some of the films best loved songs . Striding into thespotlight and catapluted into fame in 1980 in the iconic movie Breaking Glass, Hazel not only made ther lead role her own, but also wrote all the songs . The soundtrack album Breaking Glass went on to go double platinum during its 38 week chart run , defining Hazel O'onnor as a powerful passionate performer and a force to be reckoned with. Joined here onstage by Clare Hirst (Bellestars, Communards, David Bowie) on sax, Sarah Fisher (Eurythmics) on keyboards and Josh Blackmore (Troyka/Strobes ) on percussion, the superb blend of the three voices and stunning musicianship add a sweet touch of class to their vibrant performance. Live onstage, her unforgettable songs from the film including Eighth Day, Will You, Big Brother, Decadent Days, If Only and more seem even more relevant in our present times. With a special Meet & Greet immediately after the show you're in for a treat. Unmissable, book early! No support.

Venue:
The Shed @ Lincoln University
Brayford Pool Lincoln

When:
Mon, 19 Nov 2018 6.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Sunday Roast Supperclub at Yemaya's Kitchen


Yemaya's Kitchen are launching Sunday Roast Supperclubs to celebrate the best local producers in food and drink. We will be serving a sumptuous roast dinner with all of the trimmings complete with first course, dessert and optional wine pairings.  Enjoy a delicious Sunday meal with family and friends in the intimate and elegant atmosphere of our recently renovated Grade 2 listed restaurant.  One of the Cotswolds most in demand wedding and event chefs, Rebecca will take the lead for YK's Private Dining Supperclubs and Catering events.   Please book early to avoid disappointment as places are limited.    FAQs   Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? No, but you may be required to show ID   What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event? There is free parking available in front of YK and behind The Wheatley Library.   How can I contact the organiser with any questions? Please telephone 07712 544 933 or email via Eventbrite with any questions.   What's the refund policy? You may refund your ticket up to 1 week before the event. After this point, you may exchange your purchased ticket but no refunds can be offered due to to the nature of our fresh ingredients.   Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? Yes please.    Can I update my registration information? Yes of course.   Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? Yes of course.   Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends? Yes.  

Venue:
Yemaya's Kitchen
87a High Street Wheatley

When:
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 12.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Inaugural Lecture:Prof Carenza Lewis


Registration from 5.30pm, Lecture begins a 6pm. ‘Publicly engaged research in action: two millennia of discovery through archaeology with and within contemporary communities’. The towns, cities and villages we all inhabit today were shaped over centuries, but most evidence for this has been obliterated by modern habitation. Professor Lewis’ research encompassing academia, media, national heritage organisations and thousands of members of the public has shown how these lost histories can be recovered through excavation squeezed into such unlikely places as back gardens, revealing the impact of major historical phenomena as diverse as the Roman Conquest, the Black Death and World War Two while also enhancing peoples’ lives today using approaches now to be extended across Europe. Carenza Lewis came to the University of Lincoln as Professor for the Public Understanding of Research in the College of Arts in 2015.  She combines research and teaching in archaeology, history and heritage with public engagement, with particular interests in medieval rural settlement, demography and landscape; public and community archaeology; heritage; medieval history; and childhood in the past.  She is committed to involving members of the public in the research process to the mutual benefit of individuals, communities, society, heritage and academia. After a Cambridge degree in Archaeology and Anthropology, Professor Lewis began her career as an Investigator for the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments of England (RCHME) (1986-99), researching monuments and landscapes spanning 6,000 years from the Neolithic to the 20th century, focusing mainly on western England and specialising in the medieval period.  During this period she held a post-doctoral Research Fellowship at the University of Birmingham (1992-5), researching the origins of the medieval settlement pattern of the East Midlands and publishing the seminal ‘Village Hamlet and Field’ in 1997. In 1993 she was selected as one of the original TV presenters for Channel 4’s ‘Time Team’, remaining with this award-winning TV series until 2005.  Other major TV work has included HTV’s ‘Sacred Sites’ (2000, 2001) and two series with Michael Wood (BBC2 2010 & 2012). In 2004 she moved to teach at the University of Cambridge, where she set up Access Cambridge Archaeology (ACA) in order to benefit wider publics through active participation in research-orientated archaeology and heritage projects.  She devised and directed numerous programmes, including the ‘Higher Education Field Academy’ (HEFA) (since 2005) and ‘Cambridge Community Heritage’ (2012-3), involving more than 10,000 people over more than a decade in making new discoveries which advance academic research while also delivering a wide range of identifiable and measurable social benefits. Professor Lewis has directed many projects involving archaeological fieldwork and heritage research, and her contribution to public archaeology was recognized in 2009 when short-listed for the Marsh Archaeology Award.  She is regularly asked to give keynote addresses at national and international conferences, has held office within many learned societies and is currently President of the Society of Medieval Archaeology and a Vice-President of the Council for British Archaeology. She is a member of RCUK’s Advisory Panel on Public Engagement with Research (PERAP), AHRC’s Peer Review College and AHRC’s theme Advisory Group for Care for the Future. Subject Specialism Medieval rural settlement, demography and landscape; community archaeology; public heritage; medieval history; and childhood in the past.  

Venue:
University of Lincoln, Minerva Building - Jackson Theatre
Brayford Campus Lincoln

When:
Thu, 22 Nov 2018 5.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Introducing Our New Professional Map - 22 November 2018


Check in and Networking will open at 16.30 and the event will begin at 17.00 The new Profession Map. What does it mean to me and my membership? As the CIPD launches the new Profession Map we offer you the opportunity to find out more about it and how the framework can help you ‘Champion Better Work and Working Lives’ and develop your career. The framework is Principles led, Evidence based and Outcomes driven. It consists of Core Knowledge, Core Behaviours and Specialist Knowledge and will be relevant to you whatever stage you are in your career. Join us at this interactive session where you will have an opportunity to discuss your questions and network with colleagues from across the Region. Speaker John Kenney - CIPD Midlands Lead and a CIPD Upgrade Assessor. He is also a committee member of the Leicestershire Branch of CIPD Refreshments will be provided from 16:30 

Venue:
Lincoln International Business School (Harvard Lecture Theatre)
David Chiddick Building , Brayford Wharf East Lincoln

When:
Thu, 22 Nov 2018 4.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Saint Raymond


The singer-songwriter from Nottingham, aka Callum Burrows, play indie pop and rock.

Venue:
The Shed @ Lincoln University
Brayford Pool Lincoln

When:
Fri, 23 Nov 2018 12.00am -
Fri, 23 Nov 2018 12.00am


Farrow & Ball Artisan Supperclub - Rebecca Barrett for Yemaya's Kitchen


Yemaya's Kitchen are partnering with Farrow and Ball to bring you an evening of delicious, locally sourced food and drink and inspiring home decor presentations. Set within an intimate and elegant atmosphere in our recently renovated Grade 2 listed building which was brought to life with Farrow & Ball's Hague Blue and Oxford Stone. Yemaya's Kitchen are proud to showcase Rebecca Barrett - an ambitious and creative chef with a passion for local produce, fresh ingredients and British Artisan flavours. Our food is inspired by the seasons - vibrant and fresh in the spring and summer, nuturing and fortifying in the autumn and winter. Herbs, fruit, condiments, cheese, wine and produce are sourced or foraged as locally as possible in line with YK's ethical and sustainable ethos.  All bookings include 4 courses and an optional wine pairing. A tasting menu to select from will be emailed upon booking. Please book early to avoid disappointment as places are limited.    FAQs   Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? We welcome children but this event is most suited to adults.   What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event? There is free parking available in front of YK and behind The Wheatley Library.   How can I contact the organiser with any questions? Please telephone 07712 544 933 with any questions.   What's the refund policy? You may exchange your purchased ticket but no refunds can be offered due to to the nature of our fresh ingredients.   Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? Yes please.    Can I update my registration information? Yes of course.   Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? Yes of course.   Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends? Yes.  

Venue:
Yemaya's Kitchen
87a High Street Wheatley

When:
Fri, 23 Nov 2018 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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