What's on in Poole - February
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Saturday 4 February - Sunday 12 March 2017 - Brownsea Island Winter Opening Weekends
Brownsea Island, Poole Harbour, Poole, BH13 7EE
Poole Wildlife Watch
Winter Weekend opening is the perfect time to enjoy amazing winter wildlife and access the island at its most tranquil.
Open weekends only from 4 Feb - 12 March 10am - 4pm (hourly boats from Poole Quay & Sandbanks.
Normal admission and boat fares apply.
Saturday 11 February - Sunday 23 April 2017 - Books for Boys
Poole Museum, 4 High Street, Poole, BH15 1BW
Exhibition courtesy of Palace Green Library, Durham University.
Books for Boys explores the cultural landscape in the decades leading up to the conflict and in particular, the influences on the young men who so readily volunteered in 1914.
The exhibition celebrates a Golden Age of books for children and many of the authors whose work is displayed remain popular today. The late Victorian and Edwardian era introduced readers to classics such as The Jungle Book, as well as new genres, such as the spy novel.
Poole Museum - Free entry - check website for opening times.
Tuesday 14 February and Friday 28 April 2017 (different film programme at each) - Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour
Inspirational adventure films are coming to the Lighthouse Theatre, Poole, on Tuesday 14 February and Friday 28 April!
Through the big screen, unleash your wild side with an evening of mind-blowing journeys, high-altitude action and ocean-crossing epics. The world’s top adventurers and most intrepid film-makers are pushing life to the limits in some of the furthest-flung corners of the globe – and you’re invited along for the unforgettable ride!
Ines Papert, Senja Island, Norway © Thomas Senf
Different films at each screening – book for both and save!
Times: 19:30 (doors and bar open 18.30)
Tickets: Tickets cost £14.00 (£12.00 concessions and per person in groups of 6+), or a discounted £25 for both nights – a saving of £3.
Visit www.banff-uk.com for more details & tickets.