FOR lots more ideas visit our website, thethread. org.uk. The Thread is your local e-guide, keeping you up-to-date with what’s happening in Macclesfield. We’re on air with Canalside’s ‘The Thread’ 102.8FM and online at thethread.org. uk bringing you news, reviews and the most comprehensive What’s On guide yet. Cinemac: Heritage Centre, Roe Street, Macclesfield SK11 6UT Recorded information: 01625 423535. Enquiries: 07871 422937 On this Week: Tomorrowland (12A) Pitch Perfect 2 (12A) Danny Collins (15). To confirm listings times, for more information and bookings: Go to www. cinemac.org.uk or contact 01625 423535 Evening Walk: A Walk from Whalley Hayes to Chester Road, Bond Street and Christchurch taking in places of worship, terraced housing, recent developments and the birthplace of an evolution advocate and contemporary of Charles Darwin. Meet at Whalley Hayes car park at 7.30pm, all welcome – organised by Macclesfield Civic Society. For further info contact Keith Smith on 01625 424101. Teenage Art Workshop: Patterns In Silk: Themed workshop providing a range of activities for teenagers aged 11-16 years old. £6.50 per person Date: Thursday, May 28 Time: 12.30pm – 3.30pm Venue: Silk Industry Museum, Park Lane Web: www.silkmacclesfield.org.uk Tel: 01625 618228 Email: info@macclesfield. silk.museum Salt Painting: Join the fun of the Silk Museum Craft Club this May with our ‘Salt Painting’ workshop. Cost £6.50 Date: Thursday and Friday, May 28-29 Time: 10am-12noon Venue: Silk Museum, Park Lane Tel: 01625 613210 Email: info@macclesfield. silk.museum Celebratory event: On Friday, May 29, they are holding a celebratory event at Macclesfield Town Hall from 10am to 4pm to mark their 140th birthday. Everybody is welcome and entrance is free. Date: Friday, May 29 Time: 10am till 4pm Venue: Macclesfield Town Hall Web: www.macclesfieldeyesociety.org.uk Email: info@vision15. co.uk Tel: 01625 422602 Bedding Plant Spectacular: One day only! Special offers galore: Multi-buys available on Summer bedding, herbs and perennials. Macclesfield Community Garden Centre is a social enterprise working with adults who have learning disabilities. Date: Saturday, May 30. Time: 10am-3pm Venue: Macclesfield Community Garden Centre, West Park. Web: www.maccgardencentre.co.uk Macclesfield Treacle Market: Treacle Market is a bustling arts, antiques, crafts, food and drink market, held on the cobbles of the historic marketplace in Macclesfield. Date: Sunday, May 31 Time: 10am-3pm Venue: Market Place and Chestergate Wild Food with James Wood: A great day out for the family, for the keen forager, for the chef or foodie looking for more wild flavours, for anyone interested in sustainability, permaculture and working with the land for a better future. Children under the age of 16 are free. Book online for Wild Food via Eventbrite. Date: Sunday, May 31 Time: 10am to 3pm Venue: Tegg’s Nose Country Park Visitor Centre Tel: 01625 374833 Disclaimer: Whilst every care is taken in putting together our ‘What’s On’ we can take no responsibility for inaccuracies or change of events. We advise you always contact the venue to check details before leaving home.