Local Events Bath

Lunchtime Boules @ Queen Square
Bath And District- Anything-goes Social Society
1pm - 3pm

A casual lunch time arrangement for a knock about with whoever attends. Very popular last year, let's see if we can continue some interest now winter is with us

I will bring a set of 8 boule which we can share around.

Midweek Coffee
Bath And District- Anything-goes Social Society
3pm - 4:30pm

For this coffee meetup we are trying a a new venue for continued relaxed conversation and a beverage. The numbers for this meetup are limited so with a bit of luck we will all be able to sit and talk together in a group. If you sign up and then find you cannot go, please amend your RSVP as soon as possible so that someone else can attend.
Git for aspiring developers and data scientists (workshop)
Bath Machine Learning Meetup
7pm - 9pm

- Have you heard of Git/GitHub and want to know how to use it?
- Are you tired of naming your files SuperImportantDocument-Malcolm-Reynolds-v03-December-2017-FINAL.txt?
- Do you want to get a job where you write code?
- Have you ever accidentally lost your work because it was deleted or changed in Dropbox etc.?
- Do you want to contribute code, documentation, data etc. to Bath-ML's public repositories?

Then this event is for you.

Git is the de facto industry standard version control system, and as such is a tool most professionals in a technical role need to be comfortable with (don't worry if this went over your head - we'll cover all that during this event!). This event is *for beginners*, and we will cover the fundamental Git concepts from scratch. By the end of the event you will know enough about Git and GitHub to:
- Contribute to open source projects
- Start building your own portfolio of your work on GitHub
- Ask for reviews of your work from your team and review other people's work using pull requests

We will cover:
- The basics of Git using the command line
- How to synchronise your work with your team using a public repository (Github)
- If time, we'll also explore and demo a graphical user interface (GUI) for Git

Bring a laptop to follow along. Install Git for your operating system from https://git-scm.com/downloads before the event to save time. (Windows users: please DO install git-bash)

If you struggle with anything before the event, ping Roger (kinbiko) a message on our Slack server.
To get an invite to our Slack server, enter your email address here: https://bathml.herokuapp.com/

This is for beginners who have some very basic command line experience. The reason we're using the command line instead of a graphical user interface is to limit exposure to the more advanced concepts in Git and to ensure that you can more easily google any issues you have (GUIs tend to use lingo different to the proper Git terminology). If you're not super confident using a command line, check out this article which covers everything you'll need for this event and no more: https://kinbiko.com/shell/basic-bash-commands/

Please feel free to bring guests if you know anyone who you think would be interested.

This event is strictly speaking not Machine Learning-oriented, but the material covered will be useful for contributing to our parking projects. (Hint: major event coming up where knowing Git would be advantageous!)
Free Meditation & Yoga – just show up–we start on Wednesday in Bath 7.30pm
Free Meditation & Yoga Bath
7:30pm - 9pm


Hello there! - We'd like to welcome you to Free weekly meetings hosted by Michael, Bernard which take place at the:

John Williams Room (2nd Floor), United Reformed Church Halls, Grove St, Bath, BA2 6PJ,

on Wednesday evenings from 7.30pm until 9.00pm

With Sahaja Yoga Meditation we normally sit on chairs to achieve yoga, effortlessly & spontaneously. No Mats or special clothing required.

All across the globe, many are seeking new sources of energy. Meanwhile, the most transformative energy of all is hiding in plain sight, within us. It's natural, sustainable, and infinitely renewable. It's called inner kundalini energy. And everyone already has it — everyone!. It is often likened to an inner feminine or motherly energy which automatically knows about us and what is needed to help us restore balance and harmony within our subtle being. It works spontaneously, effortlessly, organically and cannot be paid for.

Sahaja Yoga Meditation is a simple time-honoured technique that lets you tap into that energy and harness its power to become better balanced and better connected to yourself — emotionally, physically, mentally and spiritually.

If you're having trouble juggling the challenges in your life, Sahaja Yoga Meditation might well help you manage stress, master your emotions and find solutions to your problems. You may enjoy better health, better focus, and a deeper understanding of the universe and your place in it.

Meditation is not just for mystics and monks. Sahaja Yoga meditation is for everyone. Anyone can do it. It's that easy. But with the Sahaja Yoga experience, you'll quickly realise, it isn't your typical Meditations 'R Us type class. It's much more than just feeling peaceful and relaxed. Sahaja Yoga Meditation has many layers, varied and deep. Explore at your own pace, in your own way. Our volunteer experts are always available to help.

Ready to plug into your inner energy? A Sahaja Yoga Meditation class is a great way to start. A few minutes of your life may be all it takes to connect to your inner energy and light the path to lifelong transformation. Sahaja Yoga is more than a temporary solution or quick relief — it is a journey, rather than a destination. It's all about energy — guaranteed pure and carbon neutral. You can never have too much of it.

The best part? All classes are free. No strings, no catch.
Everyone is welcome. Bring a friend, bring your self — all are welcome.

We have a web site here in London too which you can visit for more info about weekly meetings: www.sahajayogalondon.co.uk

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Bath And District- Anything-goes Social Society
8:30pm - 11pm

THE ZEN HUSSIES are playing the Bell. A great band with a good local following.



A great way to see out the end of January and get some rhythm in your bones.