Dales Countryside Museum unveils waterfall exhibition
Called Waterfalls at Night, the latest, free exhibition features the work of Leeds-based photographer John Arnison and will run from October 10 to November 21 in the Museum, which is owned by the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority.
Museum Manager Fiona Rosher said: “We are delighted to be exhibiting the stunning black and white photography of John Arnison. His work draws attention to the beauty and drama of the waterfalls within the area and highlights beautifully one of the special landscape features of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.”
The exhibition is just one of the attractions at the Museum this month.
The full list of events is:
Saturday 6 October: Red Squirrel Conservation
A strenuous 10-mile (16km) guided walk with a National Park Ranger to the local red squirrel reserve at Snaizeholme. A chance to learn about red squirrels, their habitat and their conservation in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. 10:00-16:30 £3.
Tuesday 9 October: Spice it up! 10:00-15:30. A drop in and taste event in our local food room. A taste of the wider world, curry and spice – to celebrate national Black History Month.
Friday 19 October: Mary Queen of Scots at Bolton Castle. 19:30. Friends of Dales Countryside Museum AGM followed by a talk by Barry Thornton. All welcome.
Tuesday 23 October: Berry Nice! 10:00-15:30. A drop in and taste event in our local food room looking at sloe gin and rosehip jelly.
Sunday 28 October: A Stitch in Time. 13:00-16:00. Talk and demonstration on the history of knitting in the Dales using a knitting stick.
Monday, 29 October: Autumn crafts for kids. 14:00-16:00. Making, drawing and sticking fun with Becci Coates. £3.
Wednesday, 31 October: Discover and Do. 14:00-16:00. Join Rhoda Fraser for storytelling and children's craft workshop. £3.
The Museum is open daily from 10am to 5pm and entry costs £4 for adults, £3.50 for concessions and it is free for under 16s. Events are included in the Museum entry price unless otherwise stated.