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Museum events in the Yorkshire Dales
PHOTOGRAPHS of waterfalls in the Yorkshire Dales will be on show to visitors to the Dales Countryside Museum in Hawes until the end of next month.
The exhibition, called Waterfalls at Night, is the latest free collection at the museum and features the work of Leeds-based photographer John Arnison.
It will until Wednesday, November 21 in the museum, which is owned by the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority.
Museum manager Fiona Rosher said: “We are delighted to be exhibiting the stunning black and white photography of John Arnison.
“His work draws attention to the beauty and drama of the waterfalls within the area and highlights beautifully one of the special landscape features of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.”
On Monday, October 29, there will be an autumn crafts day for kids from 2pm until 4pm, with making, drawing and sticking fun with Becci Coates, costing £3.
And on Wednesday, October 31, there will be a Discover and Do event at the museum with Rhoda Fraser for storytelling and children's craft workshop.
It costs £3 and starts at 2pm until 4pm.
The museum collection started in the 1940s and is the most comprehensive in the country relating to Dales heritage, ranging from prehistoric to modern-day objects.
The Museum is open daily from 10am to 5pm and entry costs £4 for adults, £3.50 for concessions and is free for under 16s.
Events are included in the Museum entry price unless otherwise stated.
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