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May
9
Wed
2018
Open Evening in the Tower @ St. Marys Church, Hitchin Street, SG7 5AE
May 9 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

St Mary’s Church Tower. 7.30-9.00pm. Meeting by Peter’s Door at the foot of the tower to the left of the main door.

If you have ever fancied having a go at bell-ringing or wondered how it was done, this evening will give you the chance to find out. Access is fairly challenging—there are 44 worn steps in the spiral staircase, so appropriate footwear should be worn. No previous bell-ring experience is necessary.

Because the space is small, tickets are limited to 12. There is no charge but you must pick up a ticket from the Community Centre.

May
11
Fri
2018
Tea Dance @ Baldock Community Centre, Simpson Drive, SG7 6DH
May 11 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Come along and enjoy this tea dance where you will be able to take part in both ballroom and sequence dancing.

No previous experience is necessary, just turn up and join in the fun.

Hartsfield School Family Fun Trail @ Hartsfield School, Clothall Rd, SG7 6PB
May 11 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Come and join the family fun trail around Hartsfield School grounds. Lots of exploring and activities.  Everyone who completes the trail receives a prize!

Beetle Drive @ United Reformed Church, Whitehorse Street, SG7 6QQ
May 11 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Come along and support the URC and have a fun evening at the same time.

Refreshments will be available.

Festival Fun Quiz @ Baldock Community Centre, Simpson Drive, SG7 6DH
May 11 @ 7:00 pm

7.00pm for 7.30pm start
This is a light-hearted quiz for all abilities. Entry by form only – no entries accepted on the night as this is always a sell-out. The number of teams accepted is limited to 25, so send your entries in pronto! Licensed bar, waiter/waitress service.

Stevenage Male Voice Choir @ Baldock Methodist, Whitehorse Street, SG7 6QQ
May 11 @ 7:30 pm

The evening is a mixture of the Stevenage Male Voice Choir’s varied and extensive repertoire which covers all genres of music, including show songs, popular standards, blues, spirituals and some religious and opera pieces. So there is something for everyone.

  1. A Cole Porter Medley (full)
  2. I Got Rhythm
  3. Fields of Gold
  4. Kumbayah
  5. Stout Hearted Men
  6. Autumn Leaves
  7. Ben Ward piano solo
  8. Heat of my Hearts
  9. The Show must go on
  10. Stormy Weather
  11. Some Enchanted Evening
  12. The Rose
  13. Ben Solo
  14. An American Trilogy
  15. Skylark
  16. Salut d’amour
  17. Over the Rainbow
  18. 60 Years of Harmony
  19. Gwahoddiad
May
12
Sat
2018
The Mobb @ St Marys Church, Hitchin Street, SG7 5AE
May 12 @ 7:30 pm

Mike O’Neill, who taught piano and jazz at Knights Templar School for more than 20 years, leads his big band, ‘The Mobb’, an ensemble of local players, in a programme of swing and jazz, featuring music from the movies.

Do come and join us and help us to raise funds for the next phase of the restoration. Pay bar and complimentary canapes.

May
19
Sat
2018
St. Marys Church Baldock – Tower Trips @ St. Marys Church, Hitchin Street, SG7 5AE
May 19 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Weather permitting

Children must be over eight years of age and, if under 16 years, must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Sensible footwear must be worn. All proceeds to Church Restoration Funds. The main area of the church will also be open for free for people to look round.

Subject to weather there may also be additional events taking place – see facebook.com/StMaryTheVirginBaldock for more info.

Church History Tours @ St Marys Church, Hitchin Street, SG7 5AE
May 19 @ 11:00 am

There will be a number of History Tours of the Church. There will be 2 tours one at 11am and one at 3pm.

May
20
Sun
2018
The Chiltern West Gallery Quire @ St Marys Church, Hitchin Street, SG7 5AE
May 20 @ 3:00 pm

The CWGQ is a group of around twenty-five singers and instrumentalists, performing the distinctive psalms, hymns, anthems and carols that were sung in the west galleries of English country churches in the 18th and early 19th centuries.

Cream teas and Pimms (and other refreshments)