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Wellbeing Calendar #26: Parade, archives and doggie walk

Wellbeing Calendar #26: Parade, archives and doggie walk

Friday 17 March 2023

Wellbeing Calendar #26: Parade, archives and doggie walk

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A St. Patrick's Day Parade, a deep dive into local archives and a dog walk for the Animal Shelter, it's all on the cards this weekend!

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

Here are the top picks...

Your Home Your Story

When? Saturday 18 March – 09:00 to 13:00

Where? Jersey Archive

What? Come take a deep dive into the story of local properties and communities and learn how to start your own house history research.

Reds v Hartpury

When? Saturday 18 March – 14:00

Where? Stade Santander International

What? The Reds face Hartpury University RFC at home.

Springing Back

When? Saturday 18 March – 14:30 and 17:00

Where? Jersey Arts Centre

What? Central School of Dance presents its school show Springing Back, with routines in various dance genres, ballet, modern, tap and contemporary and dancers from the age of two to 18.

Pounds for Paws Dog Walk

When? Saturday 18 March – 14:00 to 16:00

Where? Jardins de la Mer

What? Come and help raise funds for the JSPCA. The walk will start from La Fregate to Bel Royal and back (approximately three miles / 5km) and all pooches are welcome, as well as non-dog owners. Suggested £5 donation to the JSPCA Animals' Shelter per person.

St. Patrick’s Day Parade

When? Saturday 18 March – 11:00

Where? West Centre

What? Expect Irish Dancing, flags, music and plenty of green as the St. Helier St Patrick’s Parade works its way through the streets of St. Helier towards the St. Patrick’s Festival marquee.

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