Settlement Showcase: Today, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. An exhibition of work from the Letchworth Settlement Arts & Crafts and Creative Writing classes. At The Community Museum, 2, The Arcade. From 11am to 4pm. Free entry.
Barry Parker - Architecture for All: Today, Thursday until Sunday, July 15. Last weekend of this exhibition on Barry Parker which considers his ideology of equality and democracy and his harmonious approach to design, confirming Parker’s status as one of the most important British architects of the twentieth century. At Broadway Studio and Gallery, 2 The Arcade. Open Wednesday – Saturday 10am - 5pm and Sunday from 10am - 4pm. Admission free. For more details visit: www.broadway-letchworth.com.
Wimbledon in Letchworth Town Centre: Today, Thursday to Sunday, June 15. Watch the semi-finals in the Wynd and the finals in Leys Square on a large screen with comfy seating area, refreshments including Pimms and Prosecco, plus free coaching from the Letchworth Sports & Tennis Club on the mini tennis court. For more details visit www.loveletchworth.com.
Who Let the Dad’s Out: Saturday, July 14. A group for Dad’s, Grandad’s and Father Figures to enjoy with their under 6’s. Pop along and enjoy a bacon roll, coffee and biscuits. Make some crafts and have a comfy seat! Usually ends with a story. Every second Saturday monthly. At St Paul’s Church, Pixmore Way. From 10am – 11.30am. For more details call Peter on 07986 709199.
Anyone for Tennis Show: Saturday, July 14. A hilarious but thrilling “one setter” is played out live. At Garden Square Shopping Centre. At 11am, 1pm, and 3pm. For more details visit www.gardensquareshopping.co.uk. Free event.
Come Dance with us: Saturday, July 14. An evening of Ballroom, Latin and Sequence dancing. At Spirella Ballroom, Spirella Building, Bridge Road. From 7.30pm – 10.30pm. Admission £7.50, no booking required. For more details call 01462 628247, 07811 053648 or visit www.come-dance.co.uk.
Garden Open for Charity – Scudamore: Sunday, July 15. As part of the National Garden Scheme, Scudamore will be open for all to see. At Scudamore, 1 Baldock Road. From 11am – 5pm. Admission £5, children free. Light refreshments available. For more details visit www.ngs.org.uk.
Exploring Nature Exhibition: Monday, July 16 to Monday 23. Visit this exhibition by Dawn Adams and Katharine Green. At The Wynd Gallery, 6 – 8 The Wynd. Open Tuesday - Saturday from 10am – 4.30pm. For more details call 01462 675787 or visit www.wyndgallery.co.uk.
New Leaf College Wellbeing Courses: Tuesday, July 17. ‘Daring to Dream’. Join this short course that is free and focuses on wellbeing. At Letchworth Centre for Healthy Living, Hitchin Road. From 1.30pm – 4.30pm. For more details and to book call 01442 864966 or visit www.newleafcollege.co.uk.
New Leaf College Wellbeing Courses: Wednesday, July 18. ‘Caring for someone with a long term illness or disability’. Join this short course that is free and focuses on wellbeing. At Letchworth Centre for Healthy Living, Hitchin Road. From 2pm – 5pm. For more details and to book call 01442 864966 or visit www.newleafcollege.co.uk.
Romeo and Juliet: Wednesday, July 18. Royal Shakespeare Company Cinema. At Broadway Cinema, Eastcheap. Starts 6.45pm. Tickets £16 includes a complimentary drink on arrival. For more details and to book call 01462 681088 or visit www.broadway-letchworth.com.
Letchworth and District Family History Group: Wednesday, July 18. Tom Doig will give a talk on ‘Dating old photographs’ to this local group. At Mrs Howard Memorial Hall, Norton Way South. Starts 8pm. Admission £4 non-members, £2 members. For more details visit www.ldfhg.org.uk.
Letchworth Jazz Appreciation Society: Thursday, July 19. Enjoy jazz on a summer’s night, with food, fun, quiz and music. Plus Bernard Pritchard presents ‘Come Fly with Me – Jazz around the world’. At Letchworth Conservative Club, Birds Hill. Starts 7.30pm. For more details call 01462 454562 or 01763 248421.