Check the events calendar for more details of each event.
Saturday, September 1st (daytime): Stony Stratford Harvest Show
The town’s annual harvest show with its fine display of local produce, and prizes.
Saturday, September 7th (5.00 – 10.00pm): Eatstreet
The monthly (first Friday) foodies’ delight, when seven or eight vendors bring restaurant quality streetfood from around the world. Not to mention quality beers.
Saturday, September 7th (8.00 – 11.00pm): Neil Mercer & Phil Riley @The Song Loft
Welcome return of two Song Loft favourites with dazzling musicianship and fine harmonies. In the Beechey Room, so you may bring your own refreshment OR enjoy the Eatstreet offerings.
Saturday, September 12th (8.00 – 9.30pm): Stony Tracks with Bob Adams
Local stalwart of the music scene and festivals, Bob Adams chats to Derek Gibbons about his life, photos, and favourite music.
Saturday, September 15th (10.00am – 1.00pm): Family Dance Workshop
Explore York House in dance and movement with MOTUS. Ages 7 to 107.
Saturday, September 15th (10.30 – 11.30am): Bygone Stony #4
Another in the series of slide-shows of people, places and things in over 100 years of Stony history, with a special feature this time of Stony Stratford Fire Brigade.
Saturday, September 15th (12.00 – 4.30pm): Heritage Apple Day
Celebrate Britain’s heritage apples. Bring your own for identification. Enjoy the food and entertainment.
Saturday, September 15th (2.30 – 4.30pm): The Survival of the Princes in the Tower
The Richard III Society presents a talk by Matthew Lewis.
Saturday, September 15th (8.30 – 10.30pm): Swinging with Jack Randle
“The Human Jukebox”, Jack Randle, brings his Sinatra-like voice for an evening of those swing classics – as requested by you on the night.
Saturday, September 21st (8.00 – 11.00pm): Harp & A Monkey @The Song Loft
SONGS about cuckolded molecatchers, a lone English oak tree that grows at Gallipoli, care in the community and medieval pilgrims… we can only be talking about the folk experimentalists Harp and a Monkey.
In the Main Hall, where York House’s friendly real ale bar awaits you.
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