Welcome

 

If you have any interest in, or curiosity about, arts or sciences, please consider joining KLSAS.

For more than a century we have been bringing excellent speakers to King’s Lynn to give a fifty -minute talk, usually illustrated, and then answer questions before meeting members and guests informally over a drink. There is a real chance to engage with world experts on topics of interest and importance.

We welcome guests at £5 per meeting but why not join? Membership is £24 for twelve months – you may join at any time – and gives you nine meetings held in the attractive and comfortable Ballroom of the historic Duke’s Head Hotel in the town’s Tuesday Market Place. Doors – and our own pay bar – open at 6.45pm and the meetings start at 7.30pm.

We do not live strEveryone who attends KLSAS meetings had the right to feel safe, and to be protected from abuse or discrimination.eam or record our evenings, you must be with us in person, and I guarantee a warm welcome, just bring an inquiring mind.

I hope to meet you soon.

Sherie Naidoo, Chairman
King’s Lynn Society of Arts and Sciences

 

Our Next Meeting

 

Tuesday 27th February 2024

Dr Patricia Fara,

Emeritus Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge

‘Pictures, Power and Patronage: How Isaac Newton Grew Rich’

Patricia’s latest book is ‘Life after Gravity, Isaac Newton’s London career’, she spoke to KLSAS last year about ‘A Lab of One’s Own’ and is returning, as promised, to talk about the importance of portraits in the history of science.

 

For details of the year’s programme see,What’s On

 

If you have any interest in, or curiosity about, arts or sciences, please consider joining KLSAS.

For more than a century we have been bringing excellent speakers to King’s Lynn to give a fifty -minute talk, usually illustrated, and then answer questions before meeting members and guests informally over a drink. There is a real chance to engage with world experts on topics of interest and importance.

We welcome guests at £5 per meeting but why not join? Membership is £24 for twelve months – you may join at any time – and gives you nine meetings held in the attractive and comfortable Ballroom of the historic Duke’s Head Hotel in the town’s Tuesday Market Place. Doors – and our own pay bar – open at 6.45pm and the meetings start at 7.30pm.

We do not live strEveryone who attends KLSAS meetings had the right to feel safe, and to be protected from abuse or discrimination.eam or record our evenings, you must be with us in person, and I guarantee a warm welcome, just bring an inquiring mind.

I hope to meet you soon.

Sherie Naidoo, Chairman
King’s Lynn Society of Arts and Sciences

 

Our Next Meeting

 

Tuesday 27th February 2024

Dr Patricia Fara,

Emeritus Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge

‘Pictures, Power and Patronage: How Isaac Newton Grew Rich’

Patricia’s latest book is ‘Life after Gravity, Isaac Newton’s London career’, she spoke to KLSAS last year about ‘A Lab of One’s Own’ and is returning, as promised, to talk about the importance of portraits in the history of science.

 

For details of the year’s programme see,What’s On