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Events

The King's Own Royal Regiment Museum is pleased to offer the following events in 2018.

Whilst the museum, and other organisers, plan each talk and event to take place, circumstances outside of our control may result in changes and alterations.  Please contact the museum if you are making a long journey to attend.  The website will be kept up to date.  This page last updated 6th June 2018

Talks & Events:

The King's Own Royal Regiment Museum works with the Lancaster City Museum and the Friends of Lancaster City Museum to provide a regular talks programme throughout the year.  Most talks are held on a Friday lunchtime, starting promptly at 1pm, booking is required in order to ensure your seat.  If you book and are unable to attend please do let us know, so that someone else may have your seat.  In order to support the talks the Friends of Lancaster City Museum run a raffle at each talk which you are encouraged to support as all money raised goes to the benefit of the museum.

  Friday 15th June 2018 - 1 p.m.
"Roger Mace: My Year as Mayor"
Lancaster's past Mayor, Councillor Roger Mace, will provide a fascinating and unique insight into a busy twelve months as the Mayor of Lancaster.  During the twelve months many duties were undertaken, including numerous official visits to the museum!
The talk is free, but please book your seat on 01524 64637
Lancaster City Museum, Meeting Room, access from New Street, Lancaster.
  Friday 6th July 2018 - 1 p.m.
There are two talks this month for the price of one!  Both connected with the Harry Potter and the History of Magic at Lancaster City Museum.
"The Magic of Literary Mapping"
By Dr Joanne Taylor from Lancaster University; and
"Space and place in Harry Potter: how the real and imaginary worlds collide"
By  Dr Anna Mackenzie from Chester University.
The talk is free, but please book your seat on 01524 64637
Lancaster City Museum, Meeting Room, access from New Street, Lancaster.
   
   
September 2018

Heritage Open Days - The museum will be offering some special events as part of this years Heritage Open Days.
More details to follow, so watch this space!

October 2018

Keep an eye out for our special events for Museums at Night this October.
More details to follow, so watch this space!

 

More information on any the museum's events can be obtained from the museum on 01524 64637 or email kingsownmuseum@iname.com

Whilst the museum, and other organisers, plan each talk and event to take place, circumstances outside of our control may result in changes and alterations.  Please contact the museum if you are making a long journey to attend.  The website will be kept up to date. 

 

 

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