22 November 2023
Wednesday 22 November 2023
10.15am - approximately 11.45am
Rochdale Masonic Rooms
This week's session is Star of Bethlehem. Martin Lunn. Astronomer Martin looks into what could have been fact in the story.
Rochdale Probus Club - retired and semi-retired businessmen and ladies meeting together socially to listen to talks and see slideshows on mutually interesting subjects; to learn and share opinions of life, past, present and future.
Cameradery and friendliness are the main themes discussed over coffee and biscuits in the pleasant surroundings of the Masonic Rooms. Members meet to make new aquaintancies and to 'know a few more people in the locallity of Rochdale' with whom to form further friendships.
This year the Club celebrates 40 years of existance! Come and join us (men and women welcome), bring a friend, we're sure you'll enjoy the experience. No age limit is imposed, maximum membership is set at 70 persons and currently 32 members enjoy the facilities and attend.
We meet on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at 10.15am, when coffee is served, and have a speaker for one hour; departing normally around 11.45am.
Subscriptions for this year are £20 (pro rata) and proposed for 2022 - £25.
For a full programme of forthcoming meetings please visit the link below.
Entry fee: Subscription for the year - £20
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