Other
events

Sunday 15th September
Steeple Woodland Family Open Day

2-5pm, Free, Steeple Woodland Nature Reserve, TR26 2AY.
Great family afternoon in the Steeple Woodland nature reserve just below Knill’s Monument. There will be live music, singing, crafts and lots of things to keep the kids amused. Tea and homemade cakes on sale.

Monday 16th September
Cream Tea
2pm, Free, Bible Christian Church Hall, Back Road West.
Come and enjoy a Cream Tea, scones, splits, jam and local clotted cream. A chance to relax and chat.

Tuesday 17th, Wednesday 18th, Friday 20th, Tuesday 24th, Wednesday 25th, Friday 27th September
The Saffron Markets
10am – 3pm, Free, The Guildhall, Street an Pol.
This market has artists, designers and crafts people from all over Cornwall. If you are looking for an original piece of art, a print, an artistic mug, artisan candles or just a cup of coffee and pasty, we have those and lots more. Tea and coffee, pasties and cakes from Jack Frost’s Cafe. Free entry, dogs welcome.

Tuesday 17th September
Yoga – Vinyasa Flow
10.45 – 11.45am, £9, St Ives Library, Gabriel Street.
Yoga with Yola’s Vinyasa Flow Sessions involve creative movement sequences performed to healing frequencies. All flows are carefully crafted to synchronize your body and mind with holistic cleansing and rebalancing effects. Compassionate support and corrections, verbal and visual teaching cues and progressions and modifications make this class accessible to all.
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Thursday 19th September
Iyengar Yoga Class with Ann Nicol
9 – 10.30am, £7.50, St Ives Library, Gabriel Street.
Suitable for all. Work with your body to improve balance, coordination, stability, strength and relaxation skills. Please wear stretchy/loose clothing and bring a sticky mat and a blanket. Some equipment is available for loan: please make a small donation to library funds if you borrow any.
Click here for tickets

Thursday 19th September
Yoga – Vinyasa Power
10.45 – 11.45am, £9, St Ives Library, Gabriel Street.
Power Vinyasa is a total body yoga workout with dance-fitness variations to build strength and stamina to support flexibility. Sessions are brought to a close with restorative yogic breathing techniques and relaxation.
Click here for tickets

Thursday 19th September
St Ives Farmers’ Market
9.30am – 2pm, Free, The Guildhall, Street an Pol.
A bustling market full of fresh local produce. With buskers, cafe and tasty lunches. http://www.stivesfarmersmarket.co.uk/

Friday 20th September
Zumba
11.15am – 12.15pm, £8, St Ives Library, Gabriel Street.
A Dance Fitness total body workout to Latin and international music. Yola is a trained dancer who loves passing on her passion. Enjoy this fun fitness social and if you haven’t got the moves, you soon will.
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Friday 20th September             
A Reading of 84 Charing Cross Road
3pm (doors open 2.30pm), Free (donations), Western Hotel, Royal Square.
A collection of letters between Helene Hanff, Frank Doel and others. Donations invited for St Ives Community Orchard and St Ives Community Land Trust. Performed in memory of Rod Humphries.

Sunday 22nd September
Harvest Festival
10.15am, Free (donations), Bible Christian Methodist Chapel, Back Road West.
Our harvest weekend continues with our Harvest Festival services today which will be led by the Rev Edgar Daniel. Everyone welcome.

Sunday 22nd September
Pit Firing Ceramics on the Beach

3pm, Free, Porthmeor Beach, in front of the Tate St Ives.
For the 9th consecutive year artists Mary Kaun English and Martyn Perryman will conduct a ceramic pit firing. This process uses the most basic of materials to fire ceramic vessels and sculpture in a sandpit. Each year this proves to be an atmospheric and communal experience in a unique environment. http://www.marykaunenglish.com

Monday 23rd September
Excavating the Pit

10am Promptly, Free, Porthmeor Beach, in front of the Tate St Ives.
The ceramic pit fire has burned through the night and the clay pieces have absorbed the colour the smoke gave off when the organic materials in the pit burned. Each piece of ceramic will be unique – watch to see what the pit reveals. The pieces will be available to purchase. http://www.marykaunenglish.com

Tuesday 24th September
Yoga – Vinyasa Flow
10.45 – 11.45am, £9, St Ives Library, Gabriel Street.
Yoga with Yola’s Vinyasa Flow Sessions involve creative movement sequences performed to healing frequencies. All flows are carefully crafted to synchronize your body and mind with holistic cleansing and rebalancing effects. Compassionate support and corrections, verbal and visual teaching cues and progressions and modifications make this class accessible to all.
Click here for tickets

Thursday 26th September
Iyengar Yoga Class with Ann Nicol
9 – 10.30am, £7.50, St Ives Library, Gabriel Street.
Suitable for all. Work with your body to improve balance, coordination, stability, strength and relaxation skills. Please wear stretchy/loose clothing and bring a sticky mat and a blanket. Some equipment is available for loan: please make a small donation to library funds if you borrow any.
Click here for tickets

Thursday 26th September
St Ives Farmers’ Market
9.30am – 2pm, Free, The Guildhall, Street an Pol.
A bustling market full of fresh local produce. With buskers, cafe and tasty lunches. http://www.stivesfarmersmarket.co.uk/

Thursday 26th September
Yoga – Vinyasa Power
10.45 – 11.45am, £9, St Ives Library, Gabriel Street.
Power Vinyasa is a total body yoga workout with dance-fitness variations to build strength and stamina to support flexibility. Sessions are brought to a close with restorative yogic breathing techniques and relaxation.
Click here for tickets

Friday 27th September
Zumba
11.15am – 12.15pm, £8, St Ives Library, Gabriel Street.
A Dance Fitness total body workout to Latin and international music. Yola is a trained dancer who loves passing on her passion. Enjoy this fun fitness social and if you haven’t got the moves, you soon will.
Click here for tickets

Saturday 28th September
Towednack Church Bells (Other events)
2pm, Free (donations), Towednack Church, TR26 3AZ.
Come and find out about church bell ringing. Meet the ringers, see the bells, have a go and make a joyful noise. All ages welcome from 10 to 90. Children must be accompanied by parents. Refreshments provided. For more information contact marypjones50@gmail.com or 01736 794750