What's On: Thursday, July 5 to Wednesday, July 11, 2012

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Thursday, July 5

Matt Woosey at the Prince Albert, Rodborough.

An exhibition of sculptures, drawings and paintings by Alan Thornhill, at the Museum in the Park. Continues until August 27.

Minchinhampton Folk Club, at the Cross Inn, Avening, 8.15pm.

Friday, July 6 Gloucestershire Police Male Voice Choir concert at the Morley Hall, Stonehouse Methodist Church, Elm Road, 7.30pm.

Vintage and Collectables Fair at Nailsworth Town Hall, 10am – 3pm.

Nailsworth Country Market, Mortimer Room, Old Market, 9am-10.45am.

Painswick Country Market, Town Hall, 10am-11.15am.

Saturday, July 7 Mad Cows album launch and performance, outside Trading Post from 10am; at the Farmers Market at 12 noon; family-friendly performance plus barbecue in SVA’s courtyard on John Street, 2pm; full set at SVA, John Street, plus DJ Poshratz, 9pm.

Sweet Laredo at the Prince Albert, Rodborough.

Exploring Creativity: Ways Of Seeing, workshop at the Museum in the Park, 2pm - 5pm.

Drama Workshops for Children with Gudrun Sanden, at the Museum in the Park, 11am – 12 noon.

Dirty Work play R&B, soul and rock & roll, at Avening Social Club, 8.30pm.

Rhythms of the Sea, an exhibition of paintings by Juan Tocino at Holcombe Mill, Spring Mill Estate, Avening Road, Nailsworth. Continues until July 22.

Remembering Rodborough, an exhibition of photographs at Rodborough Community Hall, Butterow West, 10am – 5pm.

Open morning at the Weaving Shed, Gigg Mill, Nailsworth, 10am to 12 noon Open afternoon at the Dunkirk Mill Centre, Nailsworth, 2pm - 4pm, one kilometre down the cycle trail from Nailsworth. Parking available on site for the disabled (GL5 5HH).

Elizabethan Serenade, The Thames Head Singers Jubilee celebrations concert, featuring The Shimmering Flutes, at St Mary Magdalene Church, Rodborough, 7.30pm.

Stroud Record and CD Fair, Imperial Hotel, 10am - 4pm.

Dramarama performance at the Lansdown Hall, 2.45pm. Stroud Farmers' Market, Cornhill, with cafe, 9am-2pm.

Indoor Market, St Laurence's Church Hall, The Shambles, 8am-4pm.

Sunday, July 8 Exploring Creativity: Ways Of Seeing, workshop at the Museum in the Park, 2pm - 5pm.

Drama Workshops for Children with Gudrun Sanden, at the Museum in the Park, 11am – 12 noon.

Remembering Rodborough, an exhibition of photographs at Rodborough Community Hall, Butterow West, 10am – 5pm.

Open afternoon at the Dunkirk Mill Centre, Nailsworth, 2pm - 4pm, one kilometre down the cycle trail from Nailsworth. Parking available on site for the disabled (GL5 5HH).

Dramarama performance at the Lansdown Hall, 11am and 3pm.

Car boot sale at Aston Down, ex MOD site, just off A419, GL6 8GA, 8am - 1pm, sellers from 7am.

Monday, July 9 South Cotswold Ramblers walk, from Stroud Uplands allotments car park, 10.30am (01453 757295).

Fitness walk led by Pam Browne, using Pacerpoles, meet at Nailsworth Library, 7pm (832907).

Health Walk, meet at Chalford Baptist Church (GL6 8DZ), 10.50am, free. Every Monday except Bank Holidays. Ring Liz Peters on 01453 887980.

Tuesday, July 10 Blues, Blessings, Between and Beyond, an exhibition by Katie McCue, at the Sub Rooms. Continues until July 14.

Stroud lip reading Class, St Alban's Hall, Parliament Street, Stroud, Tuesdays in term-time, 1.30pm-3.30pm (01452 372999).

Friendship Club for men and women with Judy, the Lockkeepers Café, Wallbridge, Stroud, every Tuesday, 7pm-9.30pm.

SDC Walking for health led walk in Stonehouse - meet at the Community Centre, Laburnum Way, off Regent Street at 10.15am, free, suitable for all abilities.

SDC Walking for health led walk in Nailsworth - meet at Nailsworth Library at 2pm, free, suitable for all abilities.

Pacerpole new users group, instructional course (one hour) in Nailsworth, 9.30am, for details call 832907.

Wednesday, July 11 The Patsy Gamble Trio at the Imperial Hotel, Station Road, Stroud, 8.30pm.

Amnesty International Mid Glos branch monthly meeting at Star Anise Café, Gloucester Street, Stroud, 7.30pm, includes a discussion on the issue of poverty, forming part of an Amnesty campaign called The Big Debate.

SDC Walking for health led walk in Cainscross - meet at Stroud District Council offices, Ebley Mill at 12.30 midday, free, suitable for all abilities.

SDC Walking for health led walk in Stroud - meet at Tesco car park Stratford Road at 2pm, free, suitable for all abilities.

SDC Walking for health led walk in Minchinhampton - meet at the Market House at 7pm, free, suitable for all abilities.

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