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Wellbeing Calendar #18: Dragons, Shakespeare and Heritage

Wellbeing Calendar #18: Dragons, Shakespeare and Heritage

Friday 20 January 2023

Wellbeing Calendar #18: Dragons, Shakespeare and Heritage


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Welcome in the Year of the Rabbit with Asian food markets, some sideways-Shakespeare and maybe even a jog across country.

Each week, Bailiwick Wellbeing shares a selection of sporty and community local events for you to get involved in.

Here are the top picks...

Jersey Lunar New Year

When? From Saturday 22 January to Sunday 5 February

Where? Various locations

What? The first Jersey Lunar New Year Festival will celebrate the Year of the Rabbit with art workshops in the Library, an Asian food market, a dragon dance, choirs and many other events. Check the full programme HERE

Festival 40

When? Friday 20, Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 January

Where? Jersey Arts Centre

What? To mark its 40th anniversary, Jersey Arts Centre has planned an “exciting” mini-arts festival, with music, film and several performances. Join them tonight at 18:00 to kick off the celebrations in style with some champagne and cake.

Cross Country Event

When? Saturday 21January – 12:00 to 14:15

Where? Les Quennevais Sports Centre

What? Jersey Spartan Athletic Club is hosting a junior cross country for children aged seven and above, with distances ranging from 1.2k to 3k.

Your Home, Your Story 

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When? Saturday 21 January – 10:00 to 11:00

Where? Jersey Archive

What? ‘Your Home, Your Story’ is a series of free talks at Jersey Archive taking place monthly to delve into new stories about the island’s history from as long ago as a century ago. Those stories were uncovered from archive records that recently become open to the public, having been previously closed under the Freedom of Information Law. The documents give a fresh insight into what life was like for islanders in the years between the two World Wars and how islanders in need were given assistance as well as crime and punishment in St.Helier, including a court case involving a young lawyer Alexander Coutanche, who went on to become Bailiff.

Wedding and Event Fayre


When? Sunday 22 January – 10:30 to 15:30

Where? Royal Showground

What? Marquee Solutions’ annual Wedding and Event Fayre is returning with a
variety of local exhibitors. Free entry and refreshments available.

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