We are pleased to announce that there is once again a branch of the Clarion based at the club. As well as cycling it will organise trips, rambles, banner making and there are plans for a choir.
Sunday 30 April—RIVINGTON MAY DAY MEET—for cyclists and walkers. Cyclists: 10.30am from Wood St. (easy pace!). 11.00am visit to Sarah Reddish’s grave. 12.30pm all meet at Lower Barn (details from Denis Pye 01204 842869)
Sunday 28 May—YORKSHIRE TRIP—by minibus. 8.00am from Wood St.
(details Brian Lever 01204 653390)
BANNER PAINTING—every Saturday dinner time at the club. No special skills needed.
CLARION CHOIR—Moira Hill invites singers of any age or ability to attend—first meeting Saturday 22 April 2-4pm. Come along and have a good time. No experience or musical skill necessary. Good songs, good company.
LESBIAN DROP IN
A new venture at the club. The aim is for lesbian and bisexual women to meet new friends in a safe environment and organise social events such as nights out, theatre, walks, holidays, etc.
First Sunday in every month. 1pm—4pm in the bar
Friday 21 April 8pm DOWN WITH ALL THAT’S UP
An alternative look at adult education. Speaker DEREK HATTON
Friday 19 May 8pm QUIDS IN—BOLTON’S CREDIT UNION
A non-capitalist way of saving and borrowing. Speaker MARK TURNER.
Friday 16 June 8pm THE WORKING CLASS MOVEMENT LIBRARY, SALFORD
A film about this unique library and its history—narrated by Christopher Eccleston. Followed by a talk and discussion.
Saturday 1 April 7.45pm Dr Strangelove. Stanley Kubrick’s anti-nuclear classic. Starring Peter
Sellars - Free
Saturday 6 May 7.45pm Goodbye Lenin. Touching and funny film about the fall of the Berlin
wall - Free
Saturday 3 June 7.45pm Strike! From the revolutionary director Sergei Eisenstein - Free
THE PLAY GROUP
We read plays out loud, discuss their content and generally enjoy ourselves.
Following Fridays at 8pm: 7 April, 12 May, 26 May, 9 June, 23 June
Saturday 27 May 2pm ANNUAL WALT WHITMAN WALK
Celebrate poetry and the outdoors with the poems of America’s greatest poet. Where else can you go for a walk, read poetry and drink wine out of a Victorian loving cup?
Details of starting point in the club