Following Saturday’s Family Fun Day, which saw keepy uppies performed in front of Maidstone Museum, there are two other events this month as part of the Maidstone: United in Football exhibition.
Next up is a Sporting Memories Day on Friday 15 November between 10.30am and 1pm. This is your chance to recall your sporting memories, which will be played out at the museum in years to come.
Did you coach, manage or play with a local team? Have you been a fan of Maidstone’s cricket and football teams and watched them play over the years? Tell your stories and bring along any memorabilia to bring the past to life.
Then, on Thursday 28 November from 6.30pm, it’s Museum Lates: ‘Kent: A Cradle of World Sport’.
Curator of the exhibition, John Bunyard, will be giving a fascinating talk on Kent’s uniquely important role in the development of sport. This event is for over-18s and includes a drink in the ticket price. Book a place online.
Maidstone Museum is on St Faiths Street, sandwiched between Fremlin Walk and Brenchley Gardens.
The exhibition, Maidstone: United in Football, runs until Saturday 18 January. View it Tuesday to Saturday between 10am and 5pm.
A book to accompany the exhibition is available from the Stones club shop.