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What’s On Tue 4th June 6pm - 8pm

Fostering open evening

Stockport Town Hall If you’re interested in fostering, learn about what it takes to become a foster carer, the different types of fostering and the specialist scheme. You will also hear about the fostering process, how to become a foster carer and you will be given the opportunity to speak to an existing Stockport foster carer about their experiences of fostering. More info: 0161 474 3400. Tuesday 4th June 7.30pm

That’ll Be The Day

Stockport Plaza Featuring incredible live music performances, this hugely entertaining Rock & Roll spectacular blends classic gold hits from the 50s, 60s & 70s, with bags of hilarious comedy Wed 5th June 10.30am - 4pm

Big volunteers open day

Stockport Central Library, Wellington Road Would be volunteers can meet and learn more about opportunities with Stockport Libraries but also can find out more about volunteering with The Olive Café, Friendly Fridays, Toddler Time, Pure Innovations, Home Start, Shop Mobility, Walthew House, Age UK and St Ann’s Charity Shop, so a wealth of options will be available for prospective volunteers to explore. Free Wed 5th to Sun 28th July 11am - 5pm

Museum Mouse’s Shape Trail

Stockport Museum Museum Mouse is thinking about his favourite shapes. Help him to find them. Suitable for ages 2 to 7 Wed 5th June 1.30pm - 4pm

Tea Dance

(And every Wednesday) Stockport Town Hall Pop along to the weekly tea dance with a tea/coffee interval and try your chances in the raffle. £2.70 on the door

Thu 6th June 2pm - 2.30pm

Central Library Storytime

Stockport Central Library, Wellington Road Suitable for pre-school children. Thu 6th June 6.45pm - 8.15pm

Children’s explorer tours

Air Raid Shelters Exciting children’s tours exploring the shelters. Brave the darkened tunnels to go back in time and experience life as a child during the Second World War. Suitable for ages 7 and over. Booking essential. Children £4, adults £3 0161 474 1940 Thu 6th June 7.30pm - 10pm

Sing with Crystal Chords

(And every Thursday) Stockport Masonic Guildhall, 169-171 Wellington Road South If you think you’ll enjoy singing and performing a cappella style, why not come along and see what Crystal Chords is about. They are a dynamic award-winning chorus which enjoys performing, and competing at home and abroad. They sing a cappella and belong to the Ladies Association of British Barbershop Singers. Get in touch if you plan to visit, just in case there’s a change to the schedule. Email chair@crystalchords.org.uk. Fri 6th June 10.30am

Reading Friends

(And first Friday of every month) Stockport Central Library, Wellington Road Bringing people together to read, share stories, meet new friends and have fun. “We use reading – whether books, magazines, newspapers, or anything else – to start everyone chatting.” Everyone is welcome. Sat 8th June 10am - 12pm

Crafty Saturday

Staircase House Make a cardboard loom, thread it and weave a coaster. Resources and instructions provided on

how to finish it at home. Suitable for ages 5+. Booking essential: call 0161 474 4444. £5 Sat 8th June 10am - 4pm

Makers Market

Stockport Market Place Browse Stockport Market and ‘The Makers Market’ where you will be spoilt for choice – a selection of unique creatives, creators, makers, designers, producers, bakers, musicians & artists. Sun 9th June 10am - 4pm

Vintage Village

Stockport Covered Market Hall Vintage clothing and accessories for men and women, vintage jewellery, homewares, decorative items, textiles, luggage, furniture, curios and collectables. £2. Concessions £1.50. Under 12’s free Sun 9th June 2.30pm - 5.15pm

Wurlitzer showcase

Stockport Town Hall An afternoon of popular music played on the Wurlitzer Pipe Organ. £9. Members of the Lancastrian Theatre Organ Trust £7 Tue 11th June 1:30pm-3:30pm

Mindfulness colouring for adults

Stockport War Memorial Art Gallery Life is stressful so why not take some time to relax and put your focus elsewhere for a while. Come and colour in some beautiful designs that you can take away with you. All materials provided or you may bring your own books to colour in. Free Wed 12th June 7pm - 8.30pm

Explorer tunnel tours

Air Raid Shelters Take an evening tour around the shelters and see the extent of Stockport’s air raid preparations. Visit areas not usually open to the public, including unlit and reinforced tunnelling. Suitable for adults and children aged 11 and over. Booking essential Adults £6.50, concessions/under 16’s

£5.50 0161 474 1940 Thu 13th June 6pm - 10pm

Museum late - drink and draw with Andrea Joseph

Hat Works Life-drawing with a twist. Think of this as a murder mystery for sketchers. Come and be creative, enjoy the experience and music. Andrea Joseph is a freelance illustrator, arts practitioner, creative writer and events facilitator. Booking essential £15 0161 474 2399 Fri 14th June 1pm - 1.30pm

Object of the Month: SSS Centenary window Stockport Museum Meet in the browse area of the museum at 1pm to enjoy this examination of an item from the museum’s collection. Free Fri 14th June 7.30pm - 10.30pm

Live Music at Cafelito

Cafelito, 20 Railway Road SK1 3TB Featuring the Luvvies with covers of Caro Emerald, jazz and easy listening. Fri 14th June 9pm - 1am

Night Owl Soul Club

Stockport Guildhall, 169 - 171 Wellington Road South The Ballroom plays the best Tamla Motown, Soul Disco and Jazz Funk. The En-Suite Room playing great Northern Soul tunes with Dj’s recreating the magical age of Wigan Casino and the Twisted Wheel. £5 Members £7 non members Sat 15th - 22nd June 7.30pm

The Last Five Years

Garrick Theatre A powerful and intimate musical about Jamie and Cathy, two New Yorkers in their twenties who fall in and out of love over the course of five years. While aspiring author Jamie gets the book deal of his dreams, actress Cathy struggles to find work. Can a couple, once united

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