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El Piano

Cookschool Starts For The Year Ahead
Now live on the website, choose from ESSENTIALS, MEALS, FAMILY STUFF, SINGLE ISSUES and MASTER classes. Prices range from FREE to £65. Contact us to organise your own class for your group...or to have special tuition on any topic within our range. All plant based, all gluten-free.

El Piano's, 15-17 Grape Lane, York , YO1 7HU
All the classes, dates and times are on el-piano.com
The York Makery

The York Makery
36 Gillygate, York, YO31 7EQ
View all classes and workshops March - June www.theyorkmakery.co.uk (pdf)
A Taste of Spain
Tuesday 14 March 2017
Pairings Wine Bar
Join us on Tuesday 14th March, 7.30 - 9.45pm for a fiesta of authentic Spanish flavours. In partnership with Basco, our Spanish food and drink importer, we will be exploring some of the more unusual wines and spirits this country has to offer. Our handpicked selection includes four Spanish wines (75ml), a vermouth, and a manzanilla sherry (50ml), all expertly paired with the perfect small plate to suit their individual notes and flavours.

Pre-booking is required as limited spaces are available. Dietary requirements must be supplied at time of booking by emailing info@pairings.co.uk
28 Castlegate, York, YO1 9RP
Phone: 01904 848909
Fairfax House in York

Eating with Victoria: A Greedy Queen
Friday 17 March 2017
Fairfax House, Castlegate, York, YO1 9RN
Preview Lecture and Book Launch with Dr. Annie Gray.



Part of the 2017 York Literature Festival
Food historian Dr Annie Gray offers a new perspective on Britain’s best-known monarch, bringing her to (large) life through her food. Based on Annie’s forthcoming book, The Greedy Queen: Eating With Victoria (due for publication in May 2017), with new research into Queen Victoria’s menus, kitchens and cooks, this is a sort of culinary biography. Annie will guide us through Victoria’s life in food, as well as showing how her appetites shaped both her and the nation which she governed. Annie is the resident food historian on BBC Radio 4’s The Kitchen Cabinet, and is specialist in 18thand 19th century British food and dining.

The event starts at 7.00pm, Tickets are £14.00 and includes a post-lecture wine reception.
Booking is recommended. Tickets can be purchased prior to the event by visiting Fairfax House or calling (019024) 655543

Map of York
★ For more information please visit: fairfaxhouse.co.uk


Gin Masterclass with Afternoon Tea - The Grange Hotel
Pairing two of life’s simple joys – gin and good food – this superb two-part experience is perfect for whiling away an indulgent afternoon together. Just a stone’s throw from the historic city centre, The Grange offers a luxurious base to enjoy your experience.

You’ll kick things off with a masterclass and tasting courtesy of local gin experts, Still & Heart. Highly personal, Still & Heart offer bespoke experiences to help the ‘gin curious’ learn and discover more about their favourite drink. Gin cocktail in hand, you’ll be guided through a number of different gins, garnishes and mixers. Along the way, you’ll learn a little about Britain’s complicated relationship with the famous juniper infused spirit. Experiment with up to four different gins before ending the masterclass with a large G&T of your choice to take with your afternoon tea.

★ 1.30pm Arrival drink and introductions
★ 1.45pm Gin masterclass with Still and Heart (1.5 hours)
★ 3.15pm Afternoon Tea to be served
★ 5.00pm Depart

The Menu: Food - Selection of finger sandwiches: smoked salmon, ham, cheese & egg, scones with jam & cream, selection of freshly made cakes and a choice of speciality teas or coffee (Please advise of any dietary requirements if you haven't already done so).

Drinks - welcome drink (35ml), 3 x tasting gins (15 ml), final drink (35ml) - average abv 40% each.

2017 Dates Available:
March 24th
April 28th
May 20th


Priced at only £37.50 per person this experience is a great gift idea.
T&C's: This experience is limited to a maximum of 20 people due to the intimate approach of the masterclass. Full prepayment is requested at time of booking and vouchers can be printed if buying for a present.
Friends of Huntington Library Coffee Morning
Monday 3 April 2017
Huntington Library, Garth Road, York, YO32 9PQ
The first Monday of every month is our regular coffee morning.
Drop in for a drink and a chat, also, find out what events are happening at Huntington Library and the wider Explore family.
We have free wi-fi too!
Tel: (01904) 552669
Email: friendsofhuntingtonlibrary@gmail.com


Easter Holiday Bible Club
Tuesday 18 - Friday 21 April 2017
York Baptist Church, Priory Street YO1 6EX
For one week only, York Baptist Church is turning into the Wild West.
The transformation is all part of York Baptist Church's Easter Holiday Bible Club "Wanted", for primary school children.

A team of volunteers will be working all day on Easter Monday to prepare the church for the club, which runs from Tuesday 18th to Friday 21st April 9.45am-12.30pm.
The free Holiday Bible Club features songs, sketches, Bible stories as well as activities, crafts and quizzes.
The set will remain up for a Family Fun Night on Friday 21st, and a 'Parents come too' service on Sunday 23rd before the church returns to its usual Victorian interior.
See the church facebook page for advance registration.


More Than A Score: Yorkshire
Saturday 6 May 2017
Park Inn, York
We are in the midst of huge changes to the way our students are taught and assessed in school. MTAS Yorkshire aims to highlight and inform parents, teachers and other interested parties in the local area about what is currently happening in education across England and how this affects the children in our society.

Everyone is welcome to attend and get involved. There will be a chance to ask questions of a range of experts and interested parties, to be part of the discussion about the impact of education and assessment in schools on our children.

Please book your free tickets in advance via Eventbrite so we can judge numbers: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/more-than-a-score-yorkshire-tickets-32624165758?aff=es2

For more information visit: www.morethanascore.co.uk
Talk to us on Twitter @MTASYorks or on Facebook @morethanascore
Friends of Huntington Library Coffee Morning
Monday 8 May 2017
Huntington Library, Garth Road, York, YO32 9QJ
Join us for our regular monthly Coffee Morning.
10.30am - 12 noon
Drop in for a drink and a chat, also, find out what events are happening at Huntington Library and the wider Explore family.
We have free wi-fi too!
more..
York Piemonte Wine Dinner
Thursday 11 May 2017
Hotel Du Vin, 89 The Mount, York YO24 1AX 7-10pm
Join us this spring to enjoy a selection of wines from the Piedmont in northwestern Italy at our Piemonte Wine Dinner. Hosted by Nigel Wilkinson MS of Boutinot Wines, the evening will involve a selection of six different wines from the Piedmont region enjoyed with a four course meal crafted by our Head Chef to pair perfectly with each wine.

£59 per person, including arrival drink and a 4 course meal paired with wine. more..


Jazz for Toddlers
Sunday 25 June 2017
The National Centre For Early Music
Join Dr Zapp and Dr Zamm, magical musical scientists from the future! Expect a playful and friendly atmosphere jam-packed with lots of music and movement, proving you are never too young to love jazz.


Pictures of Perfection...Make Me Sick and Wicked
Friday 14 July 2017
Fairfax House, Castlegate, York, YO1 9RN
Jane Austen & reading for lies with Emma Major

As Austen wrote to her niece Fanny Knight, whose admirer had criticized the comportment of Austen’s heroines: ‘Pictures of Perfection, as you know, make me sick and wicked’.
In this lecture, Dr. Emma Major looks at the ways in which Austen encourages us to be suspicious of perfection, and to become better readers of character. Indeed the case could be made that Austen’s fiction offers the reader a first-rate lesson in detective skills. As P.D. James points out, detective fiction ‘does not require a murder’ but ‘does require a mystery’ – and as we’ll see, Austen provides plenty of these, continuing to inspire crime fiction writers of today.

Dr. Major (University of York) investigates Austen’s lifelong fascination with letters to show how Austen uses them to teach her heroines to become better readers of flawed human nature.

The event starts at 7.00pm.
Tickets are £14.00 and includes a post-lecture wine reception.
Booking is recommended. Tickets can be purchased prior to the event by visiting Fairfax House or calling (01904) 655543.

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