The Manchester Museum's ebulletin for adults: October 2008.
28 Oct 2008
Welcome to the October edition of our ebulletin. This month we celebrate Manchester Science Festival with a selection of curator-led talks and activities linked to our special exhibition Lindow Man: a bog body mystery.
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We look forward to seeing you soon and hope you enjoy reading your October ebulletin.
Ros Helliwell, The Manchester Museum
The Manchester Museum is open daily
- Tuesday-Saturday: 10am-5pm
- Sunday, Monday and Bank Holidays: 11am-4pm
Ideas Café: Why did it survive?
Monday 3 November 6.30-8pm
Why has an oak shovel from the Bronze Age survived in such good condition that it could still be used? Unravel the mystery using 21st century science.
To book for these events, please ring 0161 275 2648.
Lindow Man exhibition events
Don't miss these opportunities to find out more about Lindow Man.
Tour of Lindow Man exhibition
Friday 14 November 1-2pm
Guided tour of our special exhibition Lindow Man: a bog body mystery. Book on 0161 275 2648, Free
The Manchester Museum Day School
Ripples and Reflections: Lindow Man and his Stories
Saturday 15 November 10am-4.30pm
Speakers include Jody Joy (British Museum), Bryan Sitch (The Manchester Museum), Don Brothwell (University of York) and Emma Restall Orr. With a free evening lecture on Friday 14 November, 6.30-8pm 'Why Lindow Man matters' With Professor Ronald Hutton.
Saturday day school: £45, lunch included. Student places (limited number) £25, lunch included.
See the word document below for the programme or for more information contact:
- Phyllis on 0161 275 2643 or email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you soon
The Manchester Museum, The University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PL