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Wellbeing Calendar #19: Orchestra, tea and marine conservation

Wellbeing Calendar #19: Orchestra, tea and marine conservation

Friday 27 January 2023

Wellbeing Calendar #19: Orchestra, tea and marine conservation

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A little bit of music, a tea demonstration and a celebration of marine conservation - that's your weekend plans in a nutshell.

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

Here are the top picks...

Tea Demonstration

When? Saturday 28 January – 14:00 to 15:00

Where? Jersey Library

What? As part of Jersey’s celebrations of the Lunar New Year, Mrs Grace Dong and students from Hautlieu School will give a free tea demonstration. For more information about the events, which continue until Sunday 5 February, visit the Government website. https://www.gov.je/Leisure/Events/WhatsOn/Pages/LunarNewYear.aspx


15th Anniversary Gala Concert

When? Saturday 28 January –19:30

Where? Methodist Church St. Helier

What? To celebrate the 15th anniversary the Jersey Chamber Orchestra, Music in Action is hosting a gala concert with St. Michael's Chamber Choir and St. Clement's Signing Choir, led by Eamonn Dougan the JCO’s Chief Conductor. The programme will include William Walton’s Crown Imperial March, Richard Strauss’ Four Last Songs as well as Charles Mauleverer’s Five Curiosities and more.

A matinée concert is also being hosted at Jersey Baptist Church on Saturday 28 January at 12:30.

Jersey parkrun #325

When? Every Saturday – 09:00

Where? Les Quennevais Cycle Sports Centre

What? Join fellow runners and walkers for a 5k around Les Quennevais.

Marine Mission

When? Sunday 29 January – 11:00 to 16:00

Where? Radisson Blu Hotel

What? Join Jersey Marine Conservation for a free event celebrating conservation.

Over 25 organisations will be represented and there will be plenty of activities to entertain the kids, including the Butterfield Channel Islands Marine Watch Touch Tank and marine crafts.

Visitors will also the opportunity to meet local marine scientists and experts from Jersey Marine Conservation and several other local organisations who work to protect, promote or engage with nature, the natural world, and the island’s wetlands.

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