Meet the Leica Welsh Red Kites
Sunday 10 – 5 – Llandudno Junction
The first team from Wales to take
part in the International Bird Race championship in Israel.
Join a fun bird race on the reserve, with
prizes to be won.
Experts from the team will be out and about on the reserve throughout the day from
10am to 5pm.
Free event. There will also be an evening event in the coffee shop 7-9pm.
RSPB Nature Reserve – Off A55, Llandudno Junction. Charges apply for reserve trails. Phone:
01492 584091. Web: www.rspb.org.uk/reserves-and-events/reserves-a-z/conwy
Free Entry For Mums
Sunday – all day
Bring your mum for a nice day out on Mother’s Day – walk, talk, watch wildlife, shop and relax
and have some delicious cake in the cafe too!
U20s Six Nations Championships – Wales v Italy –
Friday – 7:15 – Colwyn Bay
Some of the best rugby talent
in the northern hemisphere will be on display at Stadiwm Zip World, Parc Eirias, Colwyn Bay
with kick off at 7.15pm.
Tickets can be bought from: Venue Cymru (www.venuecymru.co.uk or
01492 872000) or WRU e-ticketing website (www.wru.wales/tickets)
Male Voice Choir Concert
Friday – Llandudno Junction
The award winning male choir Hogie’r Berfeddwiad will be performing at Capel Coffa, Llandudno Jucntion
Tickets are only £6 – all proceeds go tot the National Eisteddfod which takes place in Conwy Country next year.
Friday – 7:30 – Llandudno
The amazing “Quaynotes ” will be at Llandudno Sailing Club this Friday with special guest Neil Yates on trumpet.
So pop along to the club ( next to Venue Cymru ) for a night of jazz you won’t forget!
Tickets only £5
MOSTYN – 12 Vaughan Street, Llandudno. Open Tuesday to Sunday,
10.30am to 4pm. Phone: 01492 879201. Web: www.mostyn.org – Until 3 June – Estella Scholes
– Circles, Stones, and Fragments from the Shore – Our series of solo exhibitions celebrating
contemporary printmaking continues in Gallery 6 with Estella Scholes. 3 March to 1 July – Shezad
Dawood – Leviathan – Leviathan is an episodic narrative around notions of borders, mental health
and marine welfare – issues of foremost concern and which resonate profoundly with coastal
locations and present day life. Mike Perry – Land / Sea – Mike Perry’s work engages with significant
and pressing environmental issues, in particular the tension between human activity and interventions
in the natural environment, and the fragility of the planet’s ecosystems.
MOSTYN – 12 Vaughan Street, Llandudno. Open Tuesday to Sunday,
10.30am to 4pm. Phone: 01492 879201. Web: www.mostyn.org
Friday – 10 – 12 -Rhos-on-Sea
With home baked bread, cakes,
preserves, fresh eggs, plants, many handcrafted cards and gifts.
Refreshments available, everyone welcome.
At the United Reformed Church, Colwyn Avenue, Rhos-on-Sea from 10am to 12pm.
Friday – 2 – 4 – Penrhyn Bay – St David’s Church Hall
Wildflowers are increasingly popular in gardens, but historically were essential. Joan Prime explores the folklore, medicinal and other uses of wild plants in this interesting talk.
Tickets only £2 – for more info go to
Table Top Sale
Saturday – 12 – 3 – Llanfairfechan
Come along to The Split Willow and grab a bargain!
Artist-led masterclass for 14-18 yr olds
Life Drawing with Jonathan Brier
Saturday – 11.00am – 5.00pm – Llandudno
A two-part course looking at the human figure using fast paced poses, charcoals and oil paints (workshop 2: 17 March 2018)
Jonathan Brier’s workshops will look at the human body and how to capture it on paper.
Over two sessions, you will learn how to use a variety of mediums to draw the human figure. Perspective, proportion, shading and tone will be brought together to help you break down the anatomy of the model. You’ll come away with a collection of partial and whole figure sketches, drawings and paintings.
£12.50 per workshop or 3 for £30.
Workshops include a one hour break. Please bring packed lunches.
Art Project Launch and Afternoon Tea.
Saturday – 12.30pm to 2.30 pm – Llandudno
( 10 Vaughan Street, Llandudno LL30 1AB )
During February, as part of an artist’s residency with CALL, Lizzie Hughes and Lisa Carter talked to almost 300 people in Llandudno who enjoy making things. They were welcomed into clubs and classes and even people’s homes and were delighted to discover that the town is full of people who enjoy working with wood, metal, fabric and yarn to make creations of their own invention.
In response to the conversations a poster has been produced that features a print by Lizzie on one side and on the other information about many of the creative individuals and groups who meet regularly in the town. We hope it will help more people make the leap from thinking to doing.
We are delighted to invite you, friends, family and any members of your organisation to the launch of ‘This is What Llandudno Does’ on Saturday 10 March from 12.30pm to 2.30 pm at 10 Vaughan Street, Llandudno LL30 1AB, next door to the Mostyn Gallery.
There will be afternoon tea and posters to take away.
We hope that this event will give many of Llandudno’s crafts people an opportunity to meet each other for the first time. If you would like to take the opportunity to bring something you have made to show other like-minded people please do! There will be plenty of space and clean tables to display quilts, trains, bowls and boats and anything else you care to bring.
We look forward to meeting you.
Edrychwn ymlaen at gwrdd â chi.
Friday – 7 – 11 -Rhos-on-Sea
CAMPFIRE SOCIAL + COURTEOUS THIEF
We happily invite you all to yet another immersive night of music, chatter and creativity at Pie Records!
Tickets available via the link below
LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE
* ALSO FEATURING *
– VIDEO GAMES
– LIVE ART
– BOARD GAMES
SEE YOU PIEDAY! 😀
Volunteer Training Session
Monday – 9:30 – 12:30 – St. Mary’s Church – Conwy
If you want to know more then anyone is more than welcome to join our Training Morning on Monday, 12th March from 9.30am – 12.30pm in St Mary’s.
Speakers will be joining us from the Tourist Information Centre and Conwy Castle. There will be the opportunity to tour the Church with lots of good stories we can tell our visitors, and all the nuts and bolts information you’ll need in a handbook.
There’ll be tea and cake and a good opportunity to chat together as a team.
Do come along either if you’re an ‘old hand’ at this or want to explore this great welcoming opportunity further.
Croeso cynnes iawn.