Many of these events aren’t going to take place due to the coronavirus pandemic, but we’re leaving them up rather than just deleting the lot. If you have up-to-date information on events, or wish to add listings for later in the year, e-mail email@example.com
Iyengar Yoga, a drop-in class, upstairs at St Ives Library, from 9.15am until 10.45am, suitable for all. Mats and equipment can be loaned. Bring a blanket and wear stretchy clothing. £8.
Carbis Bay Contract Bridge Club at Carbis Bay Memorial Hall, 7 Trencrom Lane, Carbis Bay, 2pm-5pm. Come and play bridge with a friendly local group. Beginners welcome (includes tea and biscuits). For more information, call Graham on 01736 762512 or visit www.carbisbaybridge.co.uk
Carbis Bay Swim Club at St Ives Leisure Centre, 6pm. Free development swimming lessons. Age 11-18, for swimmers who need to touch up their technique. Book now through the club’s Facebook page at www.carbisbayswimclub.com
St Ives Camera Club at The Church Hall, St Anta, Carbis Bay, 7.30pm. From the first Monday in September until April. New members welcome. www.stivescameraclub.co.uk
Knitting Group at Café Art, The Drill Hall, Chapel Street, 3.30pm until 5pm.
Iyengar Yoga, a drop-in class, upstairs at St Ives Library, from 9.15am until 10.45am, suitable for all. Mats and equipment can be loaned. Bring a blanket and wear stretchy clothing. £8 (£7 concessions).
St Ives Sailing Club meets 4.30pm at the sailing pen (Sloop car park). There are club dinghies available for experienced sailors to use. Feel free to come and join in. Novices welcome. Details at www.stivesailingclub.com
Carbis Bay Swim Club at St Ives Leisure Centre, 6.30pm. Free development swimming lessons, age 11-18, for swimmers who need to touch up their technique. Book now through the club’s Facebook page or at www.carbisbayswimclub.com
Beginners’ guitar class at Barnoon Workshop, 7pm to 8.30pm. Learn to play the guitar in small, friendly groups. Details at www.barnoonworkshop.co.uk
St Ives Bridge Club meet for duplicate Bridge at St John’s in the Fields Church Hall, St Ives, 6.45pm. For more information, contact Jim Barker on 01736 794134 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Yoga for the Over-40s at St Anta Church Hall, Porthrepta Road, Carbis Bay, 10am-11am. A relaxing, drop-in class, with mats and equipment provided. £7. For more information, call Frances Beg on 01736 757919 or 07979 606851, or visit www.endrianyoga.com
St Ives Bridge Club: Duplicate Bridge at St John’s in the Fields Church Hall, St Ives, 6.45pm. For more information, contact Jim Barker on 01736 794134 or e-mail email@example.com
St Ives Judo Club, behind the Island Centre, Island Road. Old, senior school age children and adults, 7.45pm. Qualified instructors, insured and enhanced DBS checked. Beginners and experienced enthusiasts all welcome. Permanent mat area. A great sport for fitness, respect and friendship. More details, 07779 417290.
Tribe Pilates at St Ives Library, 9.30am until 10.30am. Increase muscle and bone strength with Karen, £6.
Family History Group at St Ives Library, 10.30am to noon. Research your family history — volunteer help is available. Free.
St Ives Judo Club behind the Island Centre, Island Road. Primary and junior children, up to senior school age, 7pm. Further details above, under Thursday events. More details, 01736 795400.
St Ives Surf Life Saving Club: training for all ages at St Ives Leisure Centre in the winter, and from its Porthmeor clubhouse in the summer. For times, see the SLSC website
St Ives Sailing Club meets in the Sloop car park at 12.30pm. The club welcomes watersport enthusiasts, novice, experienced, local or on holiday. We have storage for your craft, whether you sail a dinghy, kayak, or a paddle board. Feel free to come along and see us. Details at www.stivesailingclub.com
4th May: Yoga with Marie Bark at St Ives Community Orchard, Penbeagle Lane, St Ives TR26 2HS, 4.30pm. Weather permitting! £5. More details on the orchard Facebook page.
5th September: Tour of Britain cycle race passes through St Ives as part of the event’s first stage, from Penzance to Bodmin. More details to follow.