See the work of local sculptor and artist, Sarah Rintoul, during Cambridge Open Studios
Come and listen to an illustrated talk at the Village Hall looking at what Harston buildings have been made of and see what local knowledge you can add.
Cottenham Brass is led by Pete Mackley. Today, the band has a core of around 35 regular players, who attend practise sessions on Thursday evenings. They've been playing for over 30 years around the Cambridge area.
Tickets are £10.00 and include light refreshments and soft drink / wine.
Learn more about the Band on their website: http://www.cottenham-brass.co.uk/
Join our next meeting!
HATS – Harston Amateur Theatricals - return with a raucous comedy by Robert Scott, 'According to Rumour'.
Carter Sutton, very recently divorced, has had a night to end all nights. If only he could remember it. Matters are not helped by a splitting headache, the imminent arrival of his mother and sister, a naked girl from the night before, and a very large sum of money discovered in the fridge. Hilarity and confusion most definitely ensues!
Tickets are £8/5 and available here.
Come along to the Fair Trade Better Brew Cafe and enjoy a coffee or cake while looking at how Harston has changed through a series of maps.
If you missed the walk around the churchyard in June, come and listen to Harston History Group's illustrated talk about some of those remembered by the memorial stones in the parish churchyard and church at the village hall.