Up Your Street. Issue 38

                                                     Issue 38 Up Your Street

Mon 16th Sep. free  1-3pm Holden Point Waddington Rd E15 . Free taster sessions for people of 50 and better to touch on arts and crafts, Yoga and ICT help. No need to book.

                             free but book at Eventbrite. 6-8pm Rose Lipman Building at 41  De Beauvoir Rd, Hackney. CREATE event.”Create London Talk Series:  Colonised Imagination: Urban constructions within the discourse of Japanese animation“.

                            £15 for 3 hours. 5-8pm “Quilting, Quakers and the Moselle (River)”. Professional sewing class with Katrina. Fortnightly at Kat’s house in Tottenham N17. Email Katcot52@hotmail.co.uk

Wed 18th Sep free 10-noon Lloyd Park Sharing Heritage project midway in its programme of events. Community Room in Lloyd Park. Free refreshments. Animation techniques.

Thurs until 6th Oct free The Mill, Coppermill Lane E17. Opening times. Not Mondays.

                                         waiting

Artist Esther Neslen’s 6 waiting people converge on the Living Room. What are they thinking? Drawings and sculptures by Esther. Words and soundscapes submitted by Walthamstow poets and artists including Roger Huddle’s poetry.

Sat 21st Sep free 11-1pm. Architecture of Walthamstow interest walk . Meet Wood Street Library E17. Book with www.wflibraries.eventbrite.com

Sun 22nd Sep free 2pm “Freedom Walk” with Peter Ashan meeting at The Mill Coppermill Lane E17. Exploring how multi-culturism came about and survived flourishing in the borough.

Wed 25th Sept  £3  1-4pm Tea Dance in Chingford Assembly Hall E4

                                free 6-7.30pm Poetry reading (your own and classics ) at Centre for Better Health 1a Darnley Rd Hackney

Sat 28th Sep £5 11-3pm Flower Arrangement Workshop at St Edmund’s Church. Larkswood Road, South Chingford, London E4 9DS (just south of Chingford Mount crossroads).
Contact and booking in advance
Lesley Goldsmith church@stedmund.freeserve.co.uk
“Opportunity to learn flower arranging techniques and skills, and using flowers and arrangements as a way of exploring spirituality. Those attending will create their own displays; one to take home, and one for display in church for the following day’s Harvest Festival. Bring your own lunch; tea and coffee provided. Prior booking is required. The workshop is geared towards those aged 16 and over, though there will also be opportunity for children to take part and complete their own arrangements as well. The workshop is led by Kit Mayston-King, who trained at Capel Manor College.”
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