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EXHIBITIONS? Colne Valley Museum, Cliffe Ash, Golcar: Nimble Fingers exhibition by members of the Huddersfield branch of the Embroiderer's Guild, on until Sunday, July 29. Open Saturdays and Sundays, 2-5pm.

? Bullecourt Museum, Scar Lane, Milnsbridge: Waterloo to modern day tomorrow and Sunday, 2-4pm. For details ring 01484 461029.

EVENTS? Ukrainian Club, Edgerton: Huddersfield Chess Club Juniors and Seniors meeting tonight. The main Club now meet at 7.30pm after the juniors who meet from 6.30-8pm.

. ? Turnbridge WMC, Aspley: Royal Naval Association meeting tonight at 8pm. For all serving, ex-serving RN, RM, WRNS, QARNNS and all merchant seamen. For further details ring G Horner on 01484 312231.? Huddersfield Observatory, off Blackmoorfoot Road, Crosland Hill: Observatory open to the public for observation of the sun tonight, 6.30-8pm. Adm: pounds 2.50 full, pounds 1.50 concessions. Only open if sun is out.? Greenhead Park, Huddersfield: Miniature Railway train running tomorrow and Sunday, 1-4pm, weather permitting.

? North Light Gallery, Armitage Bridge: Open art workshop tomorrow, 10am-12noon.

? Holmfirth Market, 38 Huddersfield Road, Holmfirth: Holmfirth Craft and Food market tomorrow, 9am-4.30pm.. St Cuthbert''s Church. Birkby: Summer fair tomorrow, 2-4pm. Plant stall, cake stall, raffle, book stall, facepainting, bric-a-brac and afternoon teas.? Ravensknowle Park, Wakefield Road, Dalton: Inter-schools talent competition final in conjunction with West Yorkshire community police tomorrow, 5-7pm.

. ? Beaumont Park Tea Room: Open on Sunday 1.30-4pm for refreshments. All welcome.

. ? New Mill Post Office: Holme Valley Wheelers early ride on Sunday, meet outside the post office at 9.30am. For details contact John on 07817 458630.. Ravensknowle Park, Wakefield Road, Dalton: Ravensknowle Children''s Gala on Sunday, 12noon-7pm. Fun for all the family featuring entertainment, fancy dress competition, stalls and funfair. Free entry. Grand procession starts at 1pm.

WALKS? Bradley Gate Wood, Bradley: Meet at Stuart Place, Bradley tomorrow at 10am for a short walk.

MUSIC? Farnley Tyas Bowling Club: Mayfair Dance Band meets tonight, 7.30pm. Ring 01484 317666 for more details.? Wickham Arms Hotel, Cleckheaton: Superior Jazz Band (traditional) tonight at 8.30pm. Free entry, raffle.

? St Mary's Hall, Melton Street, Batley: Piano singalong tomorrow, 8.30-11pm.

DANCES? Moldgreen United Reformed Church, 431 Wakefield Road, Moldgreen: Modern sequence tonight, 7.30-10.15pm.

? Royal British Legion, Hanson Lane, Lockwood: Social sequence dancing tonight, 8-10.30pm. Car park to rear.? Waring Green Community Centre, Garden Road, Brighouse: Sequence dance tonight, 7.30pm. Adm: pounds 2.? St Mary's Hall, Melton Street, Batley: Social dancing on Sunday, 7.15-11pm.

? New Mill Club, Sheffield Road, Holmfirth: Holmfirth salsa classes on Sunday, beginners 6.45-7.15pm; beginners plus 7.15-7.45pm, improvers 8-9pm and then free dancing afterwards. First class free. No partner necessary. For further details email holmfirthsalsa@gmail.com ? Greenhead Masonic Hall: Social sequence dancing on Sunday, 7.30-10.30pm.

? Tristan Dance Studio Huddersfield: Argentinean Tango Class followed by social dancing every Sunday, 6-10pm.? New Mill Club, Sheffield Road, Holmfirth: Salsa Class on Sunday (Beginners 6.45-7.15pm (pounds 2.50); Beginners Plus 7.15-7.45pm (pounds 2.50) and practice time until 8pm; Improvers 8-9 with free dancing after (pounds 5). No partner needed. Friendly atmosphere, great dance floor, car parking.

? Wainwright Hall, Jepson Road, Elland: Old Time Dance on Sunday, 2-5pm.
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