25th Sept free 6pm Rich Mix Errol Linton, harmonica and vocals.
free 12-6pm until 9th Oct. Photos by
Connolly and Pink “Hackney Revisited 1985-2011”.
Chats Palace, Brooksby’s Walk E5
Tues 27th Sept
1.15-2.15pm Over 55’s dance
class (free) all welcome
free until end Nov . Geffrye Museum, 136
Kingsland Rd E2 Alexandra Blum’s
drawings of the regeneration of Dalston E8.
10-5pm. Sun noon-5. Shut Mondays.
Wed 28th Sept
£5 .6.30-8.30pm Rivington Place EC2.Emory Douglas, Culture
Sec Black Panthers talks about his life and work 02077491240
6.30pm Walthamstow Library . Meet east London poets, part of East London Libraries Festival (ignore the line through typing)
free 10.30-11.30am Hackney Central
Library . Coffee, cake and book club discussing Steinbeck’s “East Of Eden”.
7.45pm ‘The blue plaques of
Loughton’. St John’s Church, Leytonstone.E11 (Leyton and Leytonstone History
1.10-1.40pm Organ recital by Losq. St John’s Church Stratford E15
Thurs 29th Sept to 2nd Oct. Stow Music
Festival 2011 E17. Ye Olde Rose and
Crown and other venues.
Fri 30th Sept free 10-3pm. Newham Leisure Centre Older Person’s Day. Sports, get
fit, and stalls.
free 10-8pm Art displays by local professional artists “Hackney Utopians” highlighting the community project in Abney park last Summer at Stoke Newington Library
1-3pm Spitalfields tea dance.
Sat 1st Oct
free 12-4pm Apple Day at
The Mill E17 Bring pies in apple shapes. Yum
free until 31/10 Exhibition by Alix Edwards called “Tradewinds” part of Black History Month at Hackney Central Library.
free 1.30 or 4pm guided 2 hour walk of the Lower Lea Valley. Book with Graham of ‘Walk East’ on 07919221806.
free 10-5pm Older Person’s Day Kelmscott
Leisure Centre E17
Sun 2nd Oct £1 noon-5pm Stow Vintage
Lifestyle Fair at The Ballroom Orford
House Social Club E17
Thurs 6th Oct free 6-9pm (until 26th from 9am -7pm) Black and White Photographer of the Year 2011 at 74 Kingsland Rd E28DL
8th Oct free 11-4pm Apple Day , Vestry House Museum garden
Sat Oct 8th 7pm free
From “News From Nowhere Club” which meets at The Epicentre , E11 at 7pm on Saturday 8th October 2011. Refreshments too. All welcome.
Performing arts, the church & the community: an
Speaker: Kathryn Robinson
Kathryn Robinson is a priest in the Church of England. She
lives in Walthamstow & serves at St John’s Church, Leytonstone, as
associate minister. She also serves as part of the Bishop of Barking’s team as
his adviser for the performing arts. This is a pioneering new post established
in 2009 by the Bishop of Barking, the Right Reverend David Hawkins. The Barking
area, set within the Anglican diocese of Chelmsford, covers five east London
boroughs – Barking & Dagenham, Havering, Newham, Redbridge & Waltham
Forest, plus a small part of Essex. The main focus of Kathryn’s work is to
promote, encourage, support & develop good practice in the performing arts
within the churches in the Barking Episcopal Area & to encourage the church
& individuals to engage with their local communities & their local arts
scene. This evening Kathryn will speak about her experiences as performing arts
adviser & how she combines a passion for the arts with her calling to be a
priest in the Church of England.
First Leyton Temple Mills free introductory
day guest pass. Try the gym.