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The office at Harbour House is usually open for enquiries from 10.30 am – 12.30 pm, Monday – Friday. Outside these times we’re happy to see you by appointment.


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www.harbourhouse.org.uk Harbour House, The Promenade, Kingsbridge, TQ7 1JD, TEL: 01548 854708


EXHIBITIONS: 25 March – 17 April (closed Sundays)


From Natural to Abstraction – open art exhibition featuring a wide range of works produced in response to the theme


CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS: Saturday 1 April, 10 am – 3 pm


Free machine embroidery with Annie Morris Tel 07772 275205


29 & 30 April and 20 & 21 May


Pastel painting workshops with Keith Stott Tel 01747 852507


Friday mornings, 10.30 am – 1 pm Untutored life drawing – ideal for those with previous experience. Tel Annabelle on 01548 831273


Saturdays 8 April and 13 May, 10 am – 1 pm Left Bank forum for writers and aspiring writers with Michael Elsmere Tel 01803 732761


21 – 26 April Space, Place and Energy – abstract paintings by Maryanne Hawes


28 April – 7 May Defining Boundaries – an exhibition by ten members of the Defining Practice 2016 course at the acclaimed Newlyn School of Art. Opening View: Friday 28 April, 5 – 9 pm – come and meet the artists


9 – 14 May Seeing Double – an exhi- bition of drawing, painting and printmaking by Double Vision. The representation of the human body has always been a central preoccupation for artists, a theme which continues here with the discipline of observation in the life class, which is Sue Steele’s primary focus and the figure incorporated in the lived world, which is Steve Kenna’s point of departure.


Maryanne Hawes – To the Lighthouse


Alternate Tuesdays from 25 April, 5 – 6.30 pm The Harbour House Singers with Vicky Hadland Informal, friendly and fun – learn by ear a rich variety of songs from all over the world. No previous experience or musical knowledge required! Tel 01803 866308


Saturdays 8 April and 13 May, 10.30 am – 1 pm Your Space: mini yoga workshops with Lucie Minne Tel 01803 732761


At Harbour House we offer a wide range of classes in yoga, tai chi and pilates, but did you know there are also antenatal and postnatal classes?


Tuesdays, 6.30 – 7.45 pm


Yoga for Pregnancy with Sarah Scott Sarah Scott’s Yoga for Pregnancy class at Harbour House in Kingsbridge offers an opportunity for you to nourish yourself physically, mentally and emotionally during preg- nancy whilst revitalising and boosting your energy levels. Enjoy simple yoga practices, flowing freely and gracefully as you strengthen the body for labour. Tel 07879 627939


16 – 21 May Drifting into Plein Air – an exhibition of paintings by Jolanta Bogdan -Jolanta Bogdan’s appreciation of landscape painting stems from her enjoyment of English nature, particularly the coastline, countryside and moorland surrounding Plymouth.


23 May – 4 June Swansong – an exhibition of paintings by Simon Dobbs, mainly derived from birds on Slapton Ley. Opening View: Tuesday 23 May, 5 – 8 pm


Steve Kenna, The Fishermen


Wednesdays, 12.45 – 2.15 pm (no sessions 5 and 12 April) Mother and Baby Yoga with Catherine Seymour Mother and Baby Yoga is a fun way to share the experi- ence of being a new mother. You can bring your baby as soon as you feel like getting out and about. The value of the classes is in learning ways to amuse and soothe your baby at the same time as doing some postnatal yoga for you. After some relaxation, we have tea and cake and the chance to make new friends. Tel 07733 264186


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