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The ‘Never Too Old’ Club

Are you 60+... With time on your hands... and like socialising? The Harbour Gallery Jersey invites you to come along every Tuesday to try some arts, crafts, chatting, cakes and tea... and all for FREE!

  • Seasonal opening
  • Free entry
06/12/2022 - 20/12/2022
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More Information

All materials provided, experiment with lots of different mediums, make your unique Christmas presents, have a good chat and a laugh. Whether you are a secret artist or just want to have a go at it and make some wonderful new friends in the process. In addition, there will be featured, live music and visiting artists. Come by The Harbour View Gallery each Tuesday, we look forward to meeting you!

Dates
  • December:
  • 6th December 2022
    13:00 - 16:00
  • 13th December 2022
    13:00 - 16:00
  • 20th December 2022
    13:00 - 16:00
Opening Information

We are open:
October

Key Features
  • Indoor
  • Couples
  • Catering
  • Parking

Location

The Harbour Gallery Jersey
Le Boulevard
St. Aubin
St. Brelade
JE3 8AB

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The Harbour Gallery Jersey

The Harbour Gallery Jersey is the largest exhibiting, working and selling art and craft gallery in Jersey and the Channel Islands. The gallery features the work of over 100 local artists and craftworkers spread over three floors. There is also a café on the first floor.