It's a brand new week - what have you got planned?
You're probably back at work after the weekend - why not beat the Monday blues with some creative events this evening?
Poetry, art and history are all on offer in and around Huddersfield tonight - here's three events for you to try.
Write some poetry for Marsden Jazz Festival - The largest jazz festival in the north returns next month, and budding poets can get involved by attending a fun poetry writing workshop at Marsden Library this evening. Write Out Loud's Julian Jordan will lead the workshop and help people choose, adapt or create a poem for the festival's poetry jam on Sunday October 12 - you can even rehearse with a mic. Tickets cost £3 and include refreshments. The workshop runs from 7.30pm-9.30pm.
Take an art class with Ian Carter - Grab your paintbrushes, pencils or pastels and join Croft House's resident artist Ian Carter for a fun class. All mediums are allowed and the class will be held at Croft House, Upper Hopton, Mirfield, every Monday until the end of the year, 7pm-9pm. Admission is £3. For more information call Gail on 01924 808848.
Learn about the Labour pioneers - Head to the University of Huddersfield to hear a fascinating talk presented by Huddersfield Local History Society. Lord David Clark, former MP for Colne Valley, will give a lecture on early Labour pioneers in the Huddersfield area. The talk will take place in the Archive Centre in the University's Central Services Building at 7.30pm.
Admission is free for members and £2 for guests on the door.
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