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  • Interact Club (11 To 18 Years)
    4:30 pm-5:30 pm
    2020.04.01

    The first Jersey Interact Club – a club for young people, run by young people.

    Open to young people aged 11 to 18, part of Rotary International which has over 1 million members around the world.

    Will meet on a monthly basis at The Lounge on the first Wednesday of each month at 4.30, the aim of the club is to decide on and organise 2 projects a year – 1 locally and 1 internationally, based on the areas of focus of Rotary International.

    Participation in Interact is an excellent opportunity to work with other young people in Jersey and abroad, to express your views on matters of interest, to make friendships outside of your immediate circle and to learn leadership and motivational skills.

    Email: [email protected] to find out more about this exciting new venture.

    https://www.treat.je/listing/the-lounge-for-macmillan-jersey/

  • Live Music – Nic Dinnie
    8:00 pm-10:30 pm
    2020.04.01

    Book here tinyurl.com/srmpj9c
    NEW for 2020 we are happy to welcome Nic Dinnie, he specialise in creating a smooth, groovy atmosphere, perfectly complementing a night of great company, food and fun. Expect sounds from Stevie wonder, Frank Sinatra, John Mayer and many more great artists.
    Full menu available and also Channel Islands Largest Gin selection.

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  • Different Shoes Day at Work!
    12:00 pm-11:30 pm
    2020.04.02

    World Autism Awareness Day 2020

    Autism Jersey will be celebrating World Autism Day in April and we would love for you to join us by raising awareness and funds for your local autism charity.

    We are inviting you and your colleagues to wear different shoes to work for a day to experience a different tactile sensation and gain some insight into the sensory processing difference individuals with autism can have.

    Thursday 2nd April is World Autism Day but you can choose any day in April for your Different Shoes Day.

    Different Shoes Day Checklist!
    – Get the date in the diary and tell all your colleagues about Different Shoes Day.
    – Email [email protected] for your poster, print and put it up around your office.
    – Share your FUNdraising photos with us on facebook.com/autismjersey/ and twitter.com/AutismJersey #DIFFERENTSHOESDAY
    – Raise the money! Collect £2 donation from everyone taking part.
    – Count up your cash and pay it in! The easiest way to pay in your money is by bank transfer to Autism Jersey, 30-94-61, 04827610. Please include your companies name and ‘Different Shoes’ in the payee reference. Please make cheques payable to Autism Jersey and send marked with your companies name and ‘Different Shoes’ to Autism Jersey, Century Buildings, Patriotic Place, St Helier, Jersey, JE2 3AF. Cash can be dropped in to our office, which is open Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5 pm. Please don’t send cash in the post.
    – Can I raise more than £2? Of course! Many employers generously offer a matched funding scheme where they match the amount you have raised. Please do talk with your HR department and find out if you can double your donations this way.
    – Questions? If you have any queries or need any more information please let us know, we are here to help.

    Heartfelt thanks for taking a step towards understanding autism and raising money and awareness for your local autism charity.

    Please don’t forget to share your FUNdraising photos! #DIFFERENTSHOESDAY

  • Kokedama Workshop
    1:00 pm-2:00 pm
    2020.04.02

    During 1 hour learn how to make your very own Kokedame (hanging moss ball plant) in a fun atmosphere. All materials will be provided, simply bring your smile !

     

     

  • Kokedama Workshop
    4:30 pm-5:30 pm
    2020.04.02

    During 1 hour learn how to make your very own Kokedame (hanging moss ball plant) in a fun atmosphere. All materials will be provided, simply bring your smile !

     

     

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  • The Jungle Book
    2:00 pm-4:00 pm
    2020.04.06

    The much-loved tale of Mowgli and Shere Khan is brought to life in this live-action remake of the Disney classic. Featuring voices from Idris Elba, Scarlett Johansson, Ben Kingsley, Bill Murray and Lupita Nyong’o, among others, don’t miss this epic story of friendship and identity.

  • History of Art
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    2020.04.06-2020.05.04

    6 sessions

    Back by popular demand! This course is now running twice in the season due to popularity.

    Do you know your Baroque from Rococo? And the Ancien Regime? Ever wondered who created three dimensional paintings and perspective in Renaissance art? And would you like to study Picasso’s paintings that changed the art world and started the Cubist movement?

    Lisa Oxenden-Wray, graduate of the Courtauld Institute of Art will take you on a visual journey of the earliest known Lascaux Cave paintings through the Renaissance, the Dutch Golden Age and Impressionism to Surrealist Marcel Du Champs’ controversial “urinal” up to today’s New Artists such as Damien Hirst.

    Join Lisa on her course for an informative and exciting journey through the history of art. Perfect for those with a practical knowledge of art, as well as those interested in the historical aspect, this course will broaden your artistic horizons and maybe even inform your own work

  • Leave No Trace
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2020.04.06

    A powerful, haunting film about a 13-year-old girl living off-grid with her war-veteran father. Camped in the forest, they are peaceful, lo-tech survivalists, perfectly attuned to each other and the natural world. A chance encounter blows their cover and social services intervene.

    £5 (£3 students) only available on the door

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  • Spring Into Action Nurdles Hunt
    9:00 am-10:00 am
    2020.04.07

    Nurdles are small plastic pellets which have ended up at sea. So small they largely go unnoticed, they release harmful chemicals into the water and are mistaken as food by many marine animals meaning that they enter the food chain. Join Plastic Free Jersey to find and correctly dispose of these Nurdles, along with other waste discovered along the way. 

    Meeting Point: Le Don Hilton, (The White House), St Peter

    Price: Free of charge, just turn up!

    We offer substantially reduced rates for Members. Membership starts from £30 for an adult and £15 for a child p.a.If you would like to become a member click HERE

  • Seventy-Five Years
    5:30 pm-7:00 pm
    2020.04.07-2020.05.02

    As part of the 75th anniversary of Jersey’s liberation from occupying forces, Jersey Arts Centre once again presents an exhibition of words on the walls on the Berni Gallery.

    Seventeen Island poets have been commissioned to respond to our title and the ideas of occupation, liberation and reconcilliation. This unique and compelling word exhibition will showcase the literary skills of some of our Island poets and storytellers in relation to the past, the present and the future.

    ‘seventy-five years’ follows in the footsteps of ‘100 Poems’ in autumn 2014, for the centenary to mark the start of the First World War, and is in partnership with the Bailiff’s Chambers and the Government of Jersey.

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  • Easter Traditions at 16 New Street
    9:00 am-3:00 pm
    2020.04.11

    Step back in time and find out how families used to celebrate Easter during the 19th century. Visit the Georgian kitchen, where the cook is busy preparing pancakes and Easter biscuits, admire the Simnel cake and Easter flummery in the dining room and find out about Easter traditions such as egg rolling and egg tapping. Activities for younger visitors will be provided on Saturday 4 and 11 April, to include an egg hunt and Easter craft activities.

    Members please show your membership card on entry.

    * Membership of the National Trust for Jersey costs just £30 per annum per adult – and you can use your cards to access sites in Jersey, the UK and around the world free of charge. If you are interested in becoming a member click HERE

  • Spring Into Action – Shark Egg Monitoring
    9:30 am-10:30 am
    2020.04.11

    An Easter egg hunt with a difference! Join members of the Marine Biology section of the Societe Jersiaise to search the high-tide line for shark and ray egg cases which will be identified, counted and added to the marine conservation survey.

    Meeting Point: Car park below Faulkner

    Fisheries, L’Etacq

    Time: 10.30am -11.30am

    Price: Free of charge, Booking essential

    We offer substantially reduced rates for Members. Membership starts from £30 for an adult and £15 for a child p.a.If you would like to become a member click HERE

  • Le Coupe Lost Dolmen Walk
    1:30 pm-4:00 pm
    2020.04.11

    Join your Guide Bob Tompkins on a circular walk from St Catherine’s Breakwater via small country lanes to Fliquet and across farm tracks to La Coupe to visit the ‘lost’ dolmen. This is an excellent opportunity to view the archaeology of this inter-tidal landscape on a very low tide. Meet in the car park at the Breakwater.

    We offer substantially reduced rates for Members. Membership starts from £30 for an adult and £15 for a child p.a.If you would like to become a member click HERE

  • Storyteller
    2:30 pm-4:30 pm
    2020.04.11

    Devised by the students of Drama Lab

    Drama Lab’s talented younger luvvies take to the stage to celebrate their hard work and achievement presented to family, friends and all!

    A show devised and created by our Year One to Five students with a little help from Pippa that combines the art of storytelling, character role-play and a whole lot of fun!

  • Comedy Improv Night
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2020.04.11

    Starring the students of Drama Lab

    Drama Labs brave (and foolhardy!!) young actors take to the stage for an evenings comedy improvisation based entertainment!

    An evening of audience participation inspired improv based on their suggestions to keep our young luvvies on their toes!

    Inspired by ‘Whose Line is It Anyway’, we hope to give everyone a good giggle! All are welcome!

  • Live Music – Vermouth
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2020.04.11

    Book here tinyurl.com/srmpj9c
    NEW for 2020 we are happy to welcome Vermouth, they specialise in creating a smooth, groovy atmosphere, perfectly complementing a night of great company, food and fun. Expect sounds from Stevie wonder, Frank Sinatra, John Mayer and many more great artists.
    Full menu available and also Channel Islands Largest Gin selection.

  • More events
    • Easter Traditions at 16 New Street
      9:00 am-3:00 pm
      2020.04.11

      Step back in time and find out how families used to celebrate Easter during the 19th century. Visit the Georgian kitchen, where the cook is busy preparing pancakes and Easter biscuits, admire the Simnel cake and Easter flummery in the dining room and find out about Easter traditions such as egg rolling and egg tapping. Activities for younger visitors will be provided on Saturday 4 and 11 April, to include an egg hunt and Easter craft activities.

      Members please show your membership card on entry.

      * Membership of the National Trust for Jersey costs just £30 per annum per adult – and you can use your cards to access sites in Jersey, the UK and around the world free of charge. If you are interested in becoming a member click HERE

    • Spring Into Action – Shark Egg Monitoring
      9:30 am-10:30 am
      2020.04.11

      An Easter egg hunt with a difference! Join members of the Marine Biology section of the Societe Jersiaise to search the high-tide line for shark and ray egg cases which will be identified, counted and added to the marine conservation survey.

      Meeting Point: Car park below Faulkner

      Fisheries, L’Etacq

      Time: 10.30am -11.30am

      Price: Free of charge, Booking essential

      We offer substantially reduced rates for Members. Membership starts from £30 for an adult and £15 for a child p.a.If you would like to become a member click HERE

    • Le Coupe Lost Dolmen Walk
      1:30 pm-4:00 pm
      2020.04.11

      Join your Guide Bob Tompkins on a circular walk from St Catherine’s Breakwater via small country lanes to Fliquet and across farm tracks to La Coupe to visit the ‘lost’ dolmen. This is an excellent opportunity to view the archaeology of this inter-tidal landscape on a very low tide. Meet in the car park at the Breakwater.

      We offer substantially reduced rates for Members. Membership starts from £30 for an adult and £15 for a child p.a.If you would like to become a member click HERE

    • Storyteller
      2:30 pm-4:30 pm
      2020.04.11

      Devised by the students of Drama Lab

      Drama Lab’s talented younger luvvies take to the stage to celebrate their hard work and achievement presented to family, friends and all!

      A show devised and created by our Year One to Five students with a little help from Pippa that combines the art of storytelling, character role-play and a whole lot of fun!

    • Comedy Improv Night
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2020.04.11

      Starring the students of Drama Lab

      Drama Labs brave (and foolhardy!!) young actors take to the stage for an evenings comedy improvisation based entertainment!

      An evening of audience participation inspired improv based on their suggestions to keep our young luvvies on their toes!

      Inspired by ‘Whose Line is It Anyway’, we hope to give everyone a good giggle! All are welcome!

    • Live Music - Vermouth
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2020.04.11

      Book here tinyurl.com/srmpj9c
      NEW for 2020 we are happy to welcome Vermouth, they specialise in creating a smooth, groovy atmosphere, perfectly complementing a night of great company, food and fun. Expect sounds from Stevie wonder, Frank Sinatra, John Mayer and many more great artists.
      Full menu available and also Channel Islands Largest Gin selection.

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  • Family Fun Day
    1:00 pm-5:00 pm
    2020.04.12

    All monies raised will be donated to Jersey Action Against Rape, An amazing charity which without public funding wouldn’t be able to run and continue to help victims of sexual abuse and rape.

    For those of you who have attended these days in the past 3 years, this is set to be bigger and better then every year!

    We will have many stalls ranging from creative keepsakes to Freddie’s footprints & children’s toys.
    We will have 4 amazing singers performing live, hot dogs, sweets and drinks including a bar for the adults 👌🏼

    Cake sale with amazing donated cupcakes made by some amazing companies and a raffle with some already amazing prizes!

    Children’s entertainment will be the biggest yet, we have a facepainter and lots of mini games to win Easter eggs! A bouncy castle, Masterapiece will be attending to do painting sessions with the children! the event will have constant children’s surprise entertainment throughout the day.

  • Live Music – Steve McVay & Friends
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2020.04.12

    Live Music NIght here at The Savoy Hotel Jersey.
    Book here tinyurl.com/srmpj9c
    Steve McVay and his guests will amaze you with different styles and genres throughout his amazing performance.
    Full menu available and also Channel Islands Largest Gin selection.

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  • Bouley Bay Hill Climbs
    10:00 am-6:00 pm
    2020.04.13

    Guests have free access to the Bouley Bay Hill Climb. The Jersey Motor cycle and light car club hold races 5 times a year, on the access road and down to the accommodation. Access to and from the accommodation is restricted and controlled by the course marshalls.

    The dates for the hill climbs are:
    Easter Monday 13th April 2020
    Liberation Day 8th & 9th May 2020
    National 15th July 2020
    August bank holiday 31st August 2020

    Email: [email protected] for more information on the hill climbs

  • History of Art
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    2020.04.13-2020.05.04

    6 sessions

    Back by popular demand! This course is now running twice in the season due to popularity.

    Do you know your Baroque from Rococo? And the Ancien Regime? Ever wondered who created three dimensional paintings and perspective in Renaissance art? And would you like to study Picasso’s paintings that changed the art world and started the Cubist movement?

    Lisa Oxenden-Wray, graduate of the Courtauld Institute of Art will take you on a visual journey of the earliest known Lascaux Cave paintings through the Renaissance, the Dutch Golden Age and Impressionism to Surrealist Marcel Du Champs’ controversial “urinal” up to today’s New Artists such as Damien Hirst.

    Join Lisa on her course for an informative and exciting journey through the history of art. Perfect for those with a practical knowledge of art, as well as those interested in the historical aspect, this course will broaden your artistic horizons and maybe even inform your own work

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  • Easter Art
    9:00 am-1:00 pm
    2020.04.14-2020.04.16

    3 sessions

    Join us this Easter for 3 mornings of art!

    Over these 3 days, participants will use different materials to create their own Easter masterpieces. From Easter displays, to egg painting, there will be something for everyone. All pieces can be taken home at the end of the sessions.

  • Seventy-Five Years
    5:30 pm-7:00 pm
    2020.04.14-2020.05.02

    As part of the 75th anniversary of Jersey’s liberation from occupying forces, Jersey Arts Centre once again presents an exhibition of words on the walls on the Berni Gallery.

    Seventeen Island poets have been commissioned to respond to our title and the ideas of occupation, liberation and reconcilliation. This unique and compelling word exhibition will showcase the literary skills of some of our Island poets and storytellers in relation to the past, the present and the future.

    ‘seventy-five years’ follows in the footsteps of ‘100 Poems’ in autumn 2014, for the centenary to mark the start of the First World War, and is in partnership with the Bailiff’s Chambers and the Government of Jersey.

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  • Spring Into Action Purple Dew Plant Removal
    1:30 pm-2:30 pm
    2020.04.15

    Purple Dew Plant is a non-native invasive plant that spreads quickly and suffocates many other small, delicate native plants. Although it looks pretty, it grows like a blanket across large areas, stopping native plants from growing and preventing some animals, such as solitary bees, from accessing their nesting sites. Come along to help our rangers remove the plants and find out more about the work they do to protect this important habitat.

    We offer substantially reduced rates for Members. Membership starts from £30 for an adult and £15 for a child p.a.If you would like to become a member click HERE

  • JGRC presents: GHOST the Musical
    8:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2020.04.15-2020.04.25

    Jersey Green Room Club Presents:

    GHOST the Musical

    When Sam is tragically murdered, he turns to con-artist psychic Oda-Mae to help to help him communicate with his grief-stricken girlfriend Molly in the hope of saving her from grave danger…

    The JGRC presents the Channel Islands’ premiere of the exhilarating musical re-telling of the beloved movie, based on the Paramount Pictures film written by Bruce Joel Rubin, starring Patrick Swayze and Whoopi Goldberg.

    Director: Nick Carver, Choreographer: Victoria Hermitage, Musical Director: Luke Brown.

    Original West End Production
    Produced by Colin Ingram, David Garfinkle, Adam Silberman, Land
    Line Productions, Donovan Mannato, Michael Edwards, Carole Winter

    Orchestrations by David Abbinanti
    Book & Lyrics by Bruce Joel Rubin
    Music & Lyrics by Dave Stewart & Glen Ballard “Unchained Melody” written by Hy Zaret and Alex North, courtesy of Unchained Melody Publishing LLC

    “The love inside…. you take it with you”…

  • Live at The Blue Note
    9:00 pm-11:00 pm
    2020.04.15

    Live jazz most Wednesday evenings downstairs. Expect a laid back intimate atmosphere.

    A lovely painting done by one of the Wednesday night patrons. She preferred to stay anonymous.

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  • Night + Daze
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2020.04.17

    A Jersey Arts Centre Residency

    A wild night out for a top lad on a mission, to party hard and catch a girl from heaven!

    Join Sheffy on a trip to another world, full of idiots, stimulants, booze and birds. ‘Night + Daze’ is a new play for anyone who’s ever had a big night out. It’s a coming-of-age story about a lad that’s mad for it. Throught the city streets and nightclub beats, watch the madness and mayhem unfold. Hilarious, rebellious and provocative, ‘Night + Daze’ explores the beauty of youth on a night out you’ll never forget!

  • Live Jazz – The Brian White Quartet
    8:00 pm-10:30 pm
    2020.04.17

    The Brian White Quartet is the esteemed Jazz Quartet of Roberto’s Jazz Bar.

    Live in our Roberto’s every Friday from 8pm playing a mix of Jazz standards to completely improvised numbers.

    Join us on Friday for Jazz and food in Roberto’s Bar at the Savoy Hotel.

    Book a table online or contact us: 727521

    www.resdiary.com/Restaurant/SavoyJersey

    https://www.vibrantjersey.je/destination/musicians/brian-white-quartet-brian-white-tim-horsfall-duo/

     

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  • Sanctuary Trust Walk Into Light 2020
    4:30 am-6:00 am
    2020.04.19

    The aim of the walk is to raise funds and awareness of Sanctuary Trust, which provides sanctuary, support and hope to homeless men in the community.

    TO REGISTER PLEASE VISIT http://www.sanctuarytrust.org.je/contact-us/

    At the finish, you can enjoy a complimentary hot drink, bacon or veggie roll provided by Fort View Cafe.

    There will be prizes for the best-illuminated dog & for those wearing the best lit up hat.

    Liberty Bus will schedule extra No. 12 buses to transport walkers back to Corbiere to collect vehicles if required.

  • HSBC Let’s Ride Pop-Up
    10:00 am-12:00 pm
    2020.04.19

    Join us for our HSBC Let’s Ride Pop-up event on Sunday 19 April, from 10:00-12:00, at Les Quennevais Cycle Track.

    The pop-up is the perfect time to enjoy some time together on your bikes. The cycle track at Les Quennevais provides a safe and friendly space for cyclists of all abilities to ride at a pace they wish, as many times as they want.

    There’ll be ‘Ready Set Ride’ cycling skills on offer for young children just starting out on balance and small bikes, and our local ride leaders will be there to provide information about HSBC Breeze Jersey rides for women.

    States of Jersey Police will be offering Bike Marking free of charge, thanks to sponsorship from Jersey Sport.

    It’s totally free to take part – sign up at: https://www.letsride.co.uk/rides/lets-ride-pop-up-les-quennevais-track-4

    If you would like to volunteer to help at this event, please register at: http://bit.ly/JSVolunteerRegistration

    Remember, on site:
    • There’s parking – don’t forget to put up your yellow disc!
    • Refreshments are available from Café Sport in Les Quennevais Sport Centre

    Please Note: Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult on the route

  • Siblings Day at St Clement’s Tennis Club
    10:00 am-12:00 pm
    2020.04.19

    April’s siblings day will be on Sunday 19th April, 10.00am-12.00 noon at St Clement’s Tennis Club. Open to members only, spaces are limited.
    Please contact Cheryl on tel 871888 or email [email protected] to reserve your place.

  • Open Garden – Oaklands (Cancelled)
    2:00 pm-5:00 pm
    2020.04.19

    This is our first Open Garden of the year. The gates open at 2pm and you are welcome to join us any time until 5pm.

    Built in 1811 and originally a working farm, in 1973 the present owners began planting the many rare and unusual trees which form a beautiful arboretum – the Walnut tree is reputed to be the largest of its kind in Jersey. This is a rambling garden with a large lawn (where cows once grazed) surrounded by curved
    beds and herbaceous borders filled with many interesting plants and shrubs including a collection of camellias brought from Cornwall.

    Entrance is £4 per person and children under 12 are free. We will be serving cream teas all afternoon at just £4 each.

    There is plenty of free parking so it is all set to be a wonderful day out. But we regret no dogs.

    We look forward to seeing you there.

  • JGRC presents: GHOST the Musical
    8:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2020.04.19-2020.04.25

    Jersey Green Room Club Presents:

    GHOST the Musical

    When Sam is tragically murdered, he turns to con-artist psychic Oda-Mae to help to help him communicate with his grief-stricken girlfriend Molly in the hope of saving her from grave danger…

    The JGRC presents the Channel Islands’ premiere of the exhilarating musical re-telling of the beloved movie, based on the Paramount Pictures film written by Bruce Joel Rubin, starring Patrick Swayze and Whoopi Goldberg.

    Director: Nick Carver, Choreographer: Victoria Hermitage, Musical Director: Luke Brown.

    Original West End Production
    Produced by Colin Ingram, David Garfinkle, Adam Silberman, Land
    Line Productions, Donovan Mannato, Michael Edwards, Carole Winter

    Orchestrations by David Abbinanti
    Book & Lyrics by Bruce Joel Rubin
    Music & Lyrics by Dave Stewart & Glen Ballard “Unchained Melody” written by Hy Zaret and Alex North, courtesy of Unchained Melody Publishing LLC

    “The love inside…. you take it with you”…

  • Live Music – Steve McVay & Friends
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2020.04.19

    Live Music NIght here at The Savoy Hotel Jersey.
    Book here tinyurl.com/srmpj9c
    Steve McVay and his guests will amaze you with different styles and genres throughout his amazing performance.
    Full menu available and also Channel Islands Largest Gin selection.

  • More events
    • Sanctuary Trust Walk Into Light 2020
      4:30 am-6:00 am
      2020.04.19

      The aim of the walk is to raise funds and awareness of Sanctuary Trust, which provides sanctuary, support and hope to homeless men in the community.

      TO REGISTER PLEASE VISIT http://www.sanctuarytrust.org.je/contact-us/

      At the finish, you can enjoy a complimentary hot drink, bacon or veggie roll provided by Fort View Cafe.

      There will be prizes for the best-illuminated dog & for those wearing the best lit up hat.

      Liberty Bus will schedule extra No. 12 buses to transport walkers back to Corbiere to collect vehicles if required.

    • HSBC Let's Ride Pop-Up
      10:00 am-12:00 pm
      2020.04.19

      Join us for our HSBC Let’s Ride Pop-up event on Sunday 19 April, from 10:00-12:00, at Les Quennevais Cycle Track.

      The pop-up is the perfect time to enjoy some time together on your bikes. The cycle track at Les Quennevais provides a safe and friendly space for cyclists of all abilities to ride at a pace they wish, as many times as they want.

      There’ll be ‘Ready Set Ride’ cycling skills on offer for young children just starting out on balance and small bikes, and our local ride leaders will be there to provide information about HSBC Breeze Jersey rides for women.

      States of Jersey Police will be offering Bike Marking free of charge, thanks to sponsorship from Jersey Sport.

      It’s totally free to take part – sign up at: https://www.letsride.co.uk/rides/lets-ride-pop-up-les-quennevais-track-4

      If you would like to volunteer to help at this event, please register at: http://bit.ly/JSVolunteerRegistration

      Remember, on site:
      • There’s parking – don’t forget to put up your yellow disc!
      • Refreshments are available from Café Sport in Les Quennevais Sport Centre

      Please Note: Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult on the route

    • Siblings Day at St Clement's Tennis Club
      10:00 am-12:00 pm
      2020.04.19

      April’s siblings day will be on Sunday 19th April, 10.00am-12.00 noon at St Clement’s Tennis Club. Open to members only, spaces are limited.
      Please contact Cheryl on tel 871888 or email [email protected] to reserve your place.

    • Open Garden - Oaklands (Cancelled)
      2:00 pm-5:00 pm
      2020.04.19

      This is our first Open Garden of the year. The gates open at 2pm and you are welcome to join us any time until 5pm.

      Built in 1811 and originally a working farm, in 1973 the present owners began planting the many rare and unusual trees which form a beautiful arboretum – the Walnut tree is reputed to be the largest of its kind in Jersey. This is a rambling garden with a large lawn (where cows once grazed) surrounded by curved
      beds and herbaceous borders filled with many interesting plants and shrubs including a collection of camellias brought from Cornwall.

      Entrance is £4 per person and children under 12 are free. We will be serving cream teas all afternoon at just £4 each.

      There is plenty of free parking so it is all set to be a wonderful day out. But we regret no dogs.

      We look forward to seeing you there.

    • JGRC presents: GHOST the Musical
      8:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2020.04.19-2020.04.25

      Jersey Green Room Club Presents:

      GHOST the Musical

      When Sam is tragically murdered, he turns to con-artist psychic Oda-Mae to help to help him communicate with his grief-stricken girlfriend Molly in the hope of saving her from grave danger…

      The JGRC presents the Channel Islands’ premiere of the exhilarating musical re-telling of the beloved movie, based on the Paramount Pictures film written by Bruce Joel Rubin, starring Patrick Swayze and Whoopi Goldberg.

      Director: Nick Carver, Choreographer: Victoria Hermitage, Musical Director: Luke Brown.

      Original West End Production
      Produced by Colin Ingram, David Garfinkle, Adam Silberman, Land
      Line Productions, Donovan Mannato, Michael Edwards, Carole Winter

      Orchestrations by David Abbinanti
      Book & Lyrics by Bruce Joel Rubin
      Music & Lyrics by Dave Stewart & Glen Ballard “Unchained Melody” written by Hy Zaret and Alex North, courtesy of Unchained Melody Publishing LLC

      “The love inside…. you take it with you”…

    • Live Music - Steve McVay & Friends
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2020.04.19

      Live Music NIght here at The Savoy Hotel Jersey.
      Book here tinyurl.com/srmpj9c
      Steve McVay and his guests will amaze you with different styles and genres throughout his amazing performance.
      Full menu available and also Channel Islands Largest Gin selection.

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  • MOE Coach Training Course
    All day
    2020.04.20-2020.04.22

    Become a coach and make a difference in your community

    We believe in reinforcing people’s dreams – we actively help to make it happen. We know through personal and professional experience that it is vital in life to build a level of self-awareness, confidence, resilience and optimism.

    More than this, it is important to back yourself to achieve your ambitions. Knowing how to communicate well with people is an essential skill, both at work and in our personal lives. In today’s world, it is often who you know rather than what you know which opens doors and leads to new opportunities, so learning to build instant rapport and trust is indispensable.

    About the course and MOE

    This 5 day course will provide you with enhanced communication skills and the ability to build and enhance relationships using the practical coaching skills including:

    • Listening
    • Questioning
    • Clarifying, reflecting
    • GROW coaching frame work
    • Self-limiting beliefs
    • Coaching Supervision
    • Coaching Practice

    These coaching skills are based on the principle of self-directed learning. By developing skills to encourage this approach, you will learn how to ask the type of questions which direct people’s focus inward to find the solutions enabling them to reach their full potential. This course will provide ample opportunities to put into practise the skills you will learn, to be coached and to develop the confidence to support other people in moving forward.

    Our coaching programme also helps you to:

    • Identify your purpose.
    • Clarify your personal values and what energises you.
    • Learn practical coaching skills and the opportunities to firmly embed them by the end of the course.
    • Understand what it means to be a purposeful coach and leader.
    • Take charge and control of your life and professional career.
    • Join a community that aids you in achieving your ambitions.
    • Clarify the life that you would love to lead – your lifelessordinary.

    Professional Credibility

    The MOE Certified Coach Training Course is recognised by the Association for Coaching.

    Cost

    Thanks to a generous association with Culture at Work, our corporate training partner, and our coach training team of MOE graduates, we are able to offer this opportunity to suitable enthusiastic candidates at substantially reduced rates, with some full scholarships also available. This makes it accessible to all who have a genuine interest in becoming a qualified MOE Coach (the typical cost to organisations for this coaching training course would otherwise be £2500.00). All donations go to the MOE Foundation for reinvestment into young people’s lives.

    Train the Trainer Programme

    As part of our reinvestment we provide an opportunity to join our Train the Trainer programme for those who show particular aptitude for coaching and with an ability to present and teach. Participants can further study the skills needed to present and deliver this material to new participants. Every participant, regardless of teaching experience, will be considered, (although it is ESSENTIAL that you fully complete the course as a participant first). Speak to one of the trainers on your course if you are interested, or you may well be approached by a trainer and invited to join TtT  after your course – your trainers may well spot talents you weren’t aware you had.

    Dates and Location

    Days 1-3: 20, 21, 22 April 2020

    Days 4-5: 4, 5 June 2020

    St Helier, Jersey

    To apply for this course or to find out more please click on the link here

    http://www.vibrantjersey.je/moe-foundation/

  • History of Art
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    2020.04.20-2020.05.04

    6 sessions

    Back by popular demand! This course is now running twice in the season due to popularity.

    Do you know your Baroque from Rococo? And the Ancien Regime? Ever wondered who created three dimensional paintings and perspective in Renaissance art? And would you like to study Picasso’s paintings that changed the art world and started the Cubist movement?

    Lisa Oxenden-Wray, graduate of the Courtauld Institute of Art will take you on a visual journey of the earliest known Lascaux Cave paintings through the Renaissance, the Dutch Golden Age and Impressionism to Surrealist Marcel Du Champs’ controversial “urinal” up to today’s New Artists such as Damien Hirst.

    Join Lisa on her course for an informative and exciting journey through the history of art. Perfect for those with a practical knowledge of art, as well as those interested in the historical aspect, this course will broaden your artistic horizons and maybe even inform your own work

  • Noises Off
    7:30 pm-4:30 pm
    2020.04.20-2020.04.25

    Considered by many to be the funniest farce ever written, ‘Noises Off’ presents a manic menagerie as a cast of tired repertory actors rehearses and then produces, in three different locations, a farce called ‘Nothing On’. As the cast get closer to the end of the tour, scandal and affairs push them to breaking point, which boils over and spills onto the stage. Make sure you don’t miss a fun night out with the JADC’s priceless production, continuing our 80 years tradition of polished, professional performances.

    Book early, as this production is ‘full of Eastern promise’ to be a sell out!

    20 April – 25 April
    Monday – Friday: 7.30pm / Saturday: 2.30pm only

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  • Seventy-Five Years
    5:30 pm-7:00 pm
    2020.04.21-2020.05.02

    As part of the 75th anniversary of Jersey’s liberation from occupying forces, Jersey Arts Centre once again presents an exhibition of words on the walls on the Berni Gallery.

    Seventeen Island poets have been commissioned to respond to our title and the ideas of occupation, liberation and reconcilliation. This unique and compelling word exhibition will showcase the literary skills of some of our Island poets and storytellers in relation to the past, the present and the future.

    ‘seventy-five years’ follows in the footsteps of ‘100 Poems’ in autumn 2014, for the centenary to mark the start of the First World War, and is in partnership with the Bailiff’s Chambers and the Government of Jersey.

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  • Senses
    4:00 pm-5:00 pm
    2020.04.23

    1 session

    New to Jersey Arts Centre is our Senses drama workshop.

    This is a workshop where a small group of young people with Autism and social communication needs can explore drama games and activities in a fun and safe environment without the pressure of putting on a full production. In this class we will explore our different senses and learn key Jersey Arts Centre principles of concentration, communication and commitment.

    Spaces are limited for this course.

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  • History of Art
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    2020.04.27-2020.05.04

    6 sessions

    Back by popular demand! This course is now running twice in the season due to popularity.

    Do you know your Baroque from Rococo? And the Ancien Regime? Ever wondered who created three dimensional paintings and perspective in Renaissance art? And would you like to study Picasso’s paintings that changed the art world and started the Cubist movement?

    Lisa Oxenden-Wray, graduate of the Courtauld Institute of Art will take you on a visual journey of the earliest known Lascaux Cave paintings through the Renaissance, the Dutch Golden Age and Impressionism to Surrealist Marcel Du Champs’ controversial “urinal” up to today’s New Artists such as Damien Hirst.

    Join Lisa on her course for an informative and exciting journey through the history of art. Perfect for those with a practical knowledge of art, as well as those interested in the historical aspect, this course will broaden your artistic horizons and maybe even inform your own work

  • The White Crow
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2020.04.27

    David Hare’s script adapts Julie Kavanagh’s biography of the ballet legend Rudolf Nureyev and his sensational escape to the West in the early 60s at the age of 23, while on his first European tour.

    £5 (£3 students) only available on the door

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  • Seventy-Five Years
    5:30 pm-7:00 pm
    2020.04.28-2020.05.02

    As part of the 75th anniversary of Jersey’s liberation from occupying forces, Jersey Arts Centre once again presents an exhibition of words on the walls on the Berni Gallery.

    Seventeen Island poets have been commissioned to respond to our title and the ideas of occupation, liberation and reconcilliation. This unique and compelling word exhibition will showcase the literary skills of some of our Island poets and storytellers in relation to the past, the present and the future.

    ‘seventy-five years’ follows in the footsteps of ‘100 Poems’ in autumn 2014, for the centenary to mark the start of the First World War, and is in partnership with the Bailiff’s Chambers and the Government of Jersey.

  • NYX Trio: Meditations
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2020.04.28

    Latvian chamber music ensemble NYX Trio was formed in 2011 by two members of the Latvian National Symphony Orchestra – violinist Tatjana Ostrovska and flutist Anete Toca. Since then, together with pianist Ieva Saria, they have performed in various venues across Europe.

    One of the artistic priorities of NYX Trio is to introduce new audiences to classical music by bringing a new approach to the classical format, such as: textural introductions to performed music with emphasis on interesting facts from composers’ lives that audience members can relate to; mixing different genres of performing arts – music and theatre or poetry; performing in unusual venues such as parks and art galleries.

    NYX Trio aim to popularise Latvian culture – from rich folklore traditions to music of contemporary composers.

  • Elvis: That’s The Way It Is (Encore Screening)
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2020.04.28

    To celebrate 85 years of Elvis Presley and 50 years since the film’s original 1970 release, the King returns to cinemas – remastered – with Elvis: That’s The Way It Is, an unmissable event for fans around the world.

    On July 31, 1969, in Las Vegas, Nevada, Elvis Presley staged a triumphant return to the concert stage from which he had been absent for almost a decade. His series of concerts broke all box office records and completely reenergised the career of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll.

    This feature-length documentary and concert film features performances including Love Me Tender, Blue Suede Shoes, Heartbreak Hotel and Suspicious Minds. Crossing the footlights, revealing the legendary singer as a man preparing for an emotional career comeback, the fans who travelled from all over the world for this history-making event…. and the electrifying live performance of the man who gave us rock ‘n’ roll.

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  • Beach Volleyball Training
    6:00 pm-7:00 pm
    2020.04.29

    ALL LEVELS WELCOME!
    Tasters/Structured Training starts – weather permitting – on Weds 29 April 6-7pm (but if you can arrive 10/15 mins earlier for set up & stretching) @ Gunsite Beach. After the hour training; you’re welcome to continue to play fun games until the sun goes down! This will continue EVERY Weds throughout summer.

    https://www.treat.je/listing/gunsite-cafe/

  • Buzz
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2020.04.29

    When being second comes first…

    In the overwhelming, desolate landscape of the Faroe Islands, a young person is found. Washed ashore. A young person tries to find his place in the world. A person who has no desire to be number one in a world that seems obsessed with the idea. A person who holds a deep fascination for Buzz Aldrin, the second man on the moon, a man who – from the wings – made sure that the moon mission went swimmingly. The invisible, yet essential link in the whole, that’s what he wants to be: a cog in the huge machinery of things. Far away from the spotlights. Given the choice, he also wishes he could disappear. Or does he?

    ‘Buzz’ is an adaptation of Norwegian author Johan Harstad’s acclaimed first novel ‘Buzz Aldrin, What Happened To You In All The Confusion’.

    Text: Johan Harstad

    Text Editing, Play, Vocals: Charlotte Vandermeersch

    Music: Antoon Offeciers and Karen Wilems

    Film: Ann-Julie Vervaeke

    Scenography: Stef Stessel

    Lighting: Stef Stessel and Jeroen Doise

    Sound: Korneel Moreaux

    Costume: Annelies Rasker

  • Live at The Blue Note
    9:00 pm-11:00 pm
    2020.04.29

    Live jazz most Wednesday evenings downstairs. Expect a laid back intimate atmosphere.

    A lovely painting done by one of the Wednesday night patrons. She preferred to stay anonymous.

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