PILOT CLUB DIARY OF EVENTS JUNE 2016
Pub nights in June were at The Speckled Hen on the Hatfield/St Albans road, The Old Bell in Harpenden, The Garibaldi in St Albans, and the King William IV in St Albans. There was the usual pub quiz every Monday at our popular pub on the Hatfield road and the first Tuesday lunch was at the King William IV in St Albans. There was a de luxe fish and chips meal at a restaurant in Harpenden.
Dancers went to the dance club in Edgware. Walkers joined the Health Walk In Heartwood Forest.
Day-trips out included a visit to the Steam & Country Show at Oaklands College, to the V&A to see the “Botticelli Re-imagined” exhibition, and to a garden open day in St Albans.
Evening entertainment included “The Elvis Years” and “The Bee Gees Story” at the Arena in St Albans, and a concert of songs from many eras in St John’s Church Welwyn Garden City. Films included a matinee of “Eddie the Eagle” at the Arena, after lunch at the Waterend Barn. Evening films at Campus West were “Love and Friendship” and “Race”. There was also a film evening at a member’s home, and a games evening at another member’s home.
Coming up in July
Coming up in July we have pub nights at The Green Dragon in London Colney, The Plough at Tyttenhanger, The Paper Mill at Apsley, and The King William IV in St Albans. Members will join the weekly Monday night quiz at the pub on the Hatfield Road, and there will be our regular first Tuesday lunch in St Albans. There will also be a Sunday lunch at the Peahen in St Albans, and another lunch at the Speckled Hen in St Albans.
Evenings out will include “Hi-de-Hi” at Park Street, Big Band Jazz at The Maltings St Albans, the music festival in St Michael’s St Albans, and a Pilot Club summer event, with food, games and sing-along, in the hall at Tyttenhanger.
Days out will include a visit to the St Albans Organ Theatre for a demonstration of the self-playing instruments; a visit to the “Sicily: Culture and Conquest” exhibition at the British Museum; a guided London Walk in Little Venice; a visit the Classic Cars and Cycles show on Harpenden Common, followed by a meal at The Skew Bridge; and a walk around the Hampstead Town Trail, with a picnic on the heath.
If you would like to join any of these events, or to put an event of your own choice in our Club Programme, please contact the New Members’ Co-ordinator through the box on the main page of this website.