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Hygge Tuesdays (Two Courses for £15). Our extremely popular Tuesday night event is back! We welcome you to join us on candlelit tables, surrounded by furs, for a specially created main & dessert. All for only £15. . . .
Outdoors

Bird Bonanza - for Families

18 February, 10:30 - 12:30

Meet: Dell Quay Education Centre, on the quay, Dell Quay, PO20 7EE. Roadside parking.

An event for families to find out about the Harbour birds through fun activities set up by our bird enthusiasts, Rangers, Ecologist, Education Team and partner organisations such as the Solents Bird Aware team. Two chances to win prizes! enter our free draw for a family solar boat ticket and. . .
Crafts Literature

Dinosaurs Roar!

18 February, 10:30 - 11:30

| Chichester Library

Brave/Venture to the library for fun stories and crafts this half-term holiday. Parents and carers are asked to remain throughout the event. Tickets are free but please book to avoid disappointment. . . .
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Lets look at how The Nude is portrayed in art and explore where the line is between being naked and becoming a nude art form. Explore and appreciate the human form by depicting various different bodies. You will have the opportunity to sketch your sculptural design ideas and then realise. . .
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Recent advances in technology have enabled astronomers to discover new planets in orbit around stars beyond our Sun: so-called extrasolar planets , or ‘exoplanets’: for short. . . .
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Crafts Literature

Dinosaurs Roar!

18 February, 14:00 - 15:00

| Midhurst Library

Brave/Venture to the library for fun stories and crafts this half-term holiday. Parents and carers are asked to remain throughout the event. Tickets are free but please book to avoid disappointment. . . .
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Join Chichester Skeptics in the Pub at 19. 30 on Tuesday 18th February to hear from Jason Thompson on ‘One Small Step: Moon Landing Conspiracy Theories’. In 1969 Neil Armstrong made ‘one small step’ into the history books, and eleven other men followed in his footsteps. Fifty years later, there. . .
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