An otter awareness session and search takes place in Trevor on Wednesday
A round-up of local events such as shows and community events around north east Wales over the next few weeks.
North Wales Regional Tennis Centre hosts the AEGON Pro-Series Wrexham, a ladies $10,000 international event (18-24 January). More than 50 players from across the globe have entered the event, with admission free and games starting from 10am.
Rhyl Library's latest exhibition 'Le Chéile', meaning 'together', is created from a collaboration between the Leinster Printmaking Studio based in Co. Kildare, Ireland, and the Regional Print Centre in Wrexham and the work came about as artists responded to work they have received from each other. (9 January - 13 February).
Denbigh Library hosts a travelling exhibition called Wise and Foolish Dreamers, which explores the role of Wales within the Spanish Civil War - and especially the contribution of Welshmen who went to fight in Spain (16 January-27 February).
Wrexham Council biodiversity officer, Emma Broad, will host a walk showcasing two animals that polarise popular opinion - otters and mink, starting with an awareness briefing at 10am in Trevor Community Centre, before taking to the canal bank in search of these creatures around Trevor Wharf and Llangollen Canal. (20 January)
The runners up in the BBC's 'Last Choir Standing' competition, Ysgol Glanaethwy, will be performing at the Catrin Finch Centre in Glyndwr University, Wrexham. Local singer Clare Phillips will be joining the choir to sing a wide repertoire of their favourite songs and choral pieces (22 January).
St Deiniol's Library in Hawarden is holding a course in Islamic culture. The weekend course, Understanding Islam, is open to anyone and can be attended on a residential or non-residential basis. (22 January).
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