Dates for Your Diary

Dates for Your Diary

Save the dates!  

The drop-in Craft Afternoon for children and adults in mid February attracted so many people of all ages (150+!) there are plans for another such day soon so watch out for details. These events  are hosted by the Museum in association with the RNLI Rye Harbour Pebble Project. which aims to provide a pebbled pavement  alongside the present day RNLI station in Rye Harbour, to commemorate the ninetieth anniversary of the Mary Stanford lifeboat disaster.  Help and materials are provided to paint a pebble with a nautical theme. This is a community venture and any financial donations are appreciated.

 

Thursday, April 11th:  East Street  7:30 p.m
The Story of Rye Foreign 
by Alan Dickinson

Alan’s previously announced talk for this date on the Vidler family will be given at a date further in the future when he has had time to complete research into new information.  On April 11th Alan will be answering the frequently asked question ‘What does Rye Foreign mean?   Details coming. 

Saturday, March 30 – East Street Reopens

 

Friday, July 26 – Summer party. Wine and canapés at the Tower

 


First posted in East Street Posts, Events Diary on 4th September 2018
Last updated: 17th March 2019