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With Macclesfield’s thethread.org.uk I Be­lieve in Chil­dren as the Fu­ture: This talk by Sue Bowen, for­mer teacher, head­teacher, ad­vi­sor and in­spec­tor, re­joices in the com­pany of chil­dren and the funny things they say! Date: Wed­nes­day, March 9 Time: 7.30pm Venue: The Her­itage Cen­tre, 01625 423535 Open Mic Night: En­joy live music at a lo­cal pub and why not try it your­self on Thurs­day with the Swan Karaoke? Date: Wed­nes­day, March 9 Time: Evening Venue: The Swan With Two Necks, Macclesfield Web: theswan­live.co.uk Car Boot Sale: Buy­ers £1, kids go free. Ba­con butties, cakes, hot drinks. Call 07906 822140 to book a place. £10 per car in ad­vance, £12 on the day. Date: Satur­day March 12 Time: 10am-noon Venue: Bolling­ton St John’s School KEMS Or­ches­tra Con­cert: King Ed­ward Music So­ci­ety (KEMS) Or­ches­tra per­form­ing Rach­mani­nov’s fa­mous Sec­ond Pi­ano Con­certo with Adam Swayne at the pi­ano. This piece is num­ber two on the Classic FM Hall of Fame. Also on the pro­gramme are Schu­man­nâs Man­fred Over­ture, de­rived from a ro­man­tic poem by Lord By­ron. Also Dvo­rak’s Sev­enth Sym­phony, an­other ro­man­tic piece which grabs you near the be­gin­ning and car­ries you on all the way through to the end. Tick­ets: Adults £10, un­der-18s £2.50 Date: Satur­day, March 12 Time: 7.30pm Venue: St Michael’s Church Tel: 01625 430174 Bolling­ton & District Hor­ti­cul­tural So­ci­ety Date: Satur­day, March 12 Time: 2pm-4pm Venue: Civic Hall Bolling­ton Tel: 01625 572057 Ir­ish Night: Tick­ets adults £10, chil­dren (age 15 and un­der) £5. In­cludes Ir­ish danc­ing dis­play from Fraser School of Ir­ish Dance, live music from Ir­ish band Kiss The Blar­ney and an Ir­ish sup­per. For tick­ets please con­tact Cather­ine on 07973 428081. Date: Satur­day, March 12 Time: 7.30PM Venue: Bro­ken Cross Club Li­brary in the Land­scape Birth­day Walk: Help them to cel­e­brate the third birth­day of the Li­brary in the Land­scape at Tegg’s Nose Coun­try Park, with a walk to the li­brary with vol­un­teer li­brar­ian Ailsa Hol­land and ranger Martin James, fol­lowed by cel­e­bra­tory cup­cakes! Date: Satur­day, 12th March Time: 2pm to 4pm Venue: Tegg’s Nose Coun­try Park Vis­i­tor Cen­tre Tel: 01625 374833 Bolling­ton SciBar: Pal­lia­tive care talk by Dr Deb­bie Alexan­der, spe­cialty doc­tor in pal­lia­tive medicine, East Cheshire Hos­pice. Ar­rive in good time to be sure of a seat. No charge. Date: Mon­day, March 14 Time: 6.20pm Venue: Vale Inn Bolling­ton Web: www.bolling­ton­scibar.co.uk Email: bolling­ton­scibar@ hot­mail.co.uk Live & Lo­cal Present: Chris and So­phie of Blast from the Past are highly ex­pe­ri­enced and skilled his­tor­i­cal music per­form­ers who bring to life 600 years of music with warmth and wit. Be­tween them, they play more than 30 in­stru­ments and fit in nu­mer­ous cos­tume changes. Tick­ets £8.50 (un­der-14s £6.50) from 07814 582741. Date: Mon­day, March 14 Time: 7.45pm Venue: Swytham­ley Com­mu­nity Cen­tre Email: gunend1@tis­cali. co.uk Con­scious­ness, the Phys­i­cal World and Richard Rorty: James Tartaglia is a se­nior lec­turer in phi­los­o­phy at Keele Univer­sity. He stud­ied phi­los­o­phy at Univer­sity Col­lege Lon­don and com­pleted his PhD on con­scious­ness in 2001. His main in­ter­ests are rec­on­cil­ing the world-view of phys­i­cal­ism with con­scious­ness. Date: Tues­day, March 15 Time: 7.30pm Venue: Macclesfield Li­brary

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