What’s on in October?

So, what does October hold for Liverpool? From innovation to the Irish festival and photography to Folken’s return,
we’ve picked out some of the city’s goings on this month…

4 October, Liverpool Town Hall
Engage Liverpool is always a good source of city living conversations. Its next event, at Liverpool Town Hall, looks at Liverpool’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, and what it’s all about: http://www.kin2kin.co.uk/events/engage-liverpool-unesco-world-heritage-site-whats-it-all-about/

11 October (and November), Make Liverpool
Our Folken makes a welcome return this month under custodian Make Liverpool. You’ll see Andrew Beattie blogging about it soon, too. In the meantime, you can sign up for the first event – Let’s talk about gender equality – here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/folken-lets-talk-about-gender-equity-tickets-37948829972

 

From October 10, across the city

BICo’s Beautiful Parks Project kicks off on October 10, with three events in the city’s parks, and a follow-up session on October 19. Designed to encourage more activity in our parks, they’re on the look out for more lovely ideas. Here’s more: http://thebeautifulideas.co/parks

October 18, Liverpool Town Hall
Returning to Engage, a team of speakers tackles the age-old conflict between development and conservation: http://www.kin2kin.co.uk/events/engage-liverpool-development-and-conservation-why-the-conflict/

October 18
Launched in September, with an opening event on October 3 to introduce the project, October 18 is the deadline for entries to the €100,000 EU-backed OpenMaker project, designed to support collaboration between makers and manufacturers. Find out more here: http://thebeautifulideas.co/openmaker

October 19 – 29
Now in its 15th year, Liverpool Irish Festival is back, celebrating the unique links between Liverpool and Ireland. Ten days of talks, films, funnies, performance and song and food and drink: http://www.liverpoolirishfestival.com/

21 Oct, Make Liverpool
Client, friend and former landlord Make tackles the next in its Introduction to Woodwork series, showing you how to make the delightfully chunky toolbox that featured in its recent crowdfunding campaign: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/an-introduction-to-woodwork-tool-box-tickets-36903438177

22 October, the Bluecoat
One for the creatives… With the weather turning an eye to autumn, is Liverpool ever more photogenic? Get out and about with dot-art’s Beginner’s Guide to Digital Photography, and snap while you stroll: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/beginners-digital-photography-tickets-36781059138?/

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