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Plenty to see and do this September at the American Museum

Visit the museum in the golden month of September to experience rich colours in the gardens, the best local jazz, and a textile fair with hundreds of handmade treasures to see alongside the world-class quilt collection. 

8 September

Garden Grooves – John Law Quartet

5.30–9.30PM
An evening of jazz in the beautiful gardens at the American Museum. John Law ('one of the UK’s most imaginative and versatile jazz pianists' – International Piano Magazine) presents Re-Creations: creative arrangements of some of the world’s most familiar music, interpreted in a new way.

 

9 September

Selvedge Make Do Fair

10AM–5PM

The team behind the textile magazine Selvedge brings a curated collection of thirty merchants and makers to the Stables at the American Museum & Gardens. Traders will present a range of rare vintage fabrics, covetable haberdashery and skillfully handmade textile treasures. Normal admission applies. 

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16 September

Heritage Open Day

10AM–5PM

It's free entry to the stunning Grade-II listed landscaped gardens, children's garden and the deli at the American Museum & Gardens on 16 September. No booking required. 

17 September

Afternoon Jazz at the Museum

Andy Hague Quartet
3–5PM

New for autumn and winter – Sunday afternoon jazz, once a month, indoors in the Stables. Enjoy an afternoon performance featuring the best in local jazz and light refreshments. 

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