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Please check out our recommendations ranging from big to niche happenings. Please be aware this a selection of what’s on in Leeds not a definitive event list...

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Cafe Psychologique – Acceptance

Mon 17th June | 7.33am
Breaking the stigma

The Grade Cricketer Live

Mon 17th June | 7.33am
Fresh from their chart-topping podcast, a series of hit books, a TV show and an Australian tour, the trio are now bringing their wares to the stages of England.

Speed Dating for 20’s and 30’s

Mon 17th June | 7.33am
4 minutes to chat with each person before moving to the next

Roll up, roll up: Leeds, a trading city

Mon 17th June | 7.33am
A walk that takes you from hand-made cloth to high-end fashion

Coaching in the Workplace

Mon 17th June | 7.33am
A four day workshop teaching you skills to make your workplace more productive

Rachel Reeves: Women of Westminster

Mon 17th June | 7.33am
Join us at Sunny Bank Mills in the gallery for an evening with Rachel Reeves during her book tour

Colonizin in Reverse: Celebrating Caribbean Culture

Mon 17th June | 7.33am
Bringing the library to life after hours through an evening of colour and creativity celebrating the explosive impact of Caribbean culture

Steps to Self Love with Zakia

Mon 17th June | 7.33am
A workshop on mindfulness, reflection and healing to spring clean your soul.

Big Chat on Mental Health

Mon 17th June | 7.33am
Leeds Health and Care Academy is bringing together organisations working in the health and care sectors to collaborate on a range of workforce issues.

Falling into the Mystery with Zahir Khan

Mon 17th June | 7.33am
Who are you, what do you want, who could you possibly be?

Women in Faith

Mon 17th June | 7.33am
An exciting opportunity to hear from speakers and take part in debates and discussions surrounding women in faith communities

Sex and the City of Leeds

Mon 17th June | 7.33am
In this fascinating talk, Dr Kate Lister and Basis Sex Work Project invite you to explore the hidden history of sex in the city of Leeds.

The Impact of the First World War on Women’s Lives

Mon 17th June | 7.33am
This talk by Professor Alison Fell will look at a range of examples of women from different backgrounds to consider the impact of war service on women’s lives in the 1920s and 1930s.

Nine Pints

Mon 17th June | 7.33am

Yorkshire’s first female doctor

Mon 17th June | 7.33am
Join Vine Pemberton Joss to hear about Dr Edith Pechey and how she came to be the first women doctor in Leeds and Yorkshire.
A team picture of the Yorkshire Cricket Club in the 19th Century

Game Taken Seriously: Yorkshire Cricket in the 19th Century

Mon 17th June | 7.33am
Drawing on his two recent books, Jeremy Lonsdale will talk about how cricket grew in Yorkshire in the 19th century, tracing the story from the opening of the first purpose-built commercial ground in Sheffield in 1822
Capture from the documentary unfrozen: reports from the ice

Unfrozen: reports from the ice

Mon 17th June | 7.33am
What is happening to the world's ice? Find out at Howard Assembly Room this October
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