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Have you been through a lot of Adversity or Trauma and decided to live life on your terms. You may still be stuck in the “don’t know what to do phase” or equally decided enough is enough. You may be at the last stretch of this overcoming but want some guidance on how to move forward.

If so then MLB Learning Solutions in Association with Hyacinth Myers of Soul Conscious Creations will help me Launch my Signature Programme EMPOWER 7. This may be for you to ease you on a Journey of Self Discovery, Self Love and Self Development. Tonight’s Launch Party is where you get to hear how I created the programme through My Story and Why, Experience a mini taster, Socialise with other fabulous Women and help celebrate with light Refreshments included. The fact that it’s still International Women’s Month #IWM2017 means it’s even more blessed.

If you believe that Alignment plays a big part in where we are at any given time and are willing to take a chance on coming out on a Thursday night to be inspired then grab your Early Bird Tickets as prices will go up on the 21st March.

Please note THIS IS A PAID TICKET ONLY EVENT!

Please Book your Ticket then Confirmation will be sent once your BACS Payment has been recieved. Due to some technical problems I have to book this event like this at this time. Sorry for any inconvienience but on the positive side it means you don’t have to pay the additional charges to Eventbrite as extra.

Company Name: SOUL CONSCIOUS CREATIONS LIMITED

Sort Code: 08-71-99

Account Number: 11773742

EARLY BIRD £9.99 Prices go up after the 21ST MARCH 2017.

I will send a confirmation once Payment has been recieved.

Now is the Rise of the Feminine energy, Be still and get ready warrior queens to create a Life on Purpose.

Look forward to seeing you there!

Hyacinth

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Date and Time

Thu 30 March 2017

18:00 – 21:00 BST

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Tottenham Enterprise Centre

639 High Road

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N17 8AA

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Up Your Street. Issue 11

Thurs 30th March 11.30 am at East London Radio. Local champion Hilary Davis is the studio guest.

free Up Your Street Community Group visits the V&A for the Punjabi arts and crafts exhibition.

“Champions” exhibition at Hackney Central Library closes as International Women’s Month so-called comes to an end.

Fri 31 March 31st free

5:30 to 8:00 pm

Stratford Library
3 The Grove
E15 1EL London

Free screening of “United Kingdom”.

Mon April 3rd Dismantling of E20 art exhibitions in the foyers at East Village in QEOP E20.

Tues April 4th free 10-1pm The Mill Coppermill Lane E17. Hilary’s Tuesday’s Sociable Sewing.

Fri April 7th £4 Ticketed event. Claremont’s Easter Party.

Sat April 8th free 1-6pm. Final day of women only art exhibition at Memorial Church Barking Road.

Sun April 9th free Concert 7pm. JS Bach “St John’s Passion “at St John At Jerusalem Church , Lauriston Road Hackney E9. Take a cushion for the pew and wear warm clothes. It’s an old building and sometimes cold despite wall heaters. You can book ahead at secretary@festivalchorushackney.org.uk

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Up Your Street. Issue 10

Tues Mar 21st £1 on the first day of Spring.10-1pm. Hilary Davis’ Tuesday’s Sociable Sewing at the Mill Coppermill Lane E17. Bring your own sewing project or follow Hilary’s suggestions.

free 1-6pm Art exhibition at Memorial Church in Barking Road. Women artists. Open weekends an Tuesdays until April 8th.

Wed Mar 22nd free “Local Art Exhibition by the very talented students and teacher at Forest Gate Learning Zone’s Fine Art Classes.
The exhibition takes place at Forest Gate Arts, 11 Upton Lane E7 9PA

from Wednesday 22 March until Saturday 1 April (except Monday 27 March).

Many of these fine art works will be for sale at very affordable prices.”

(Thank you, Richard and Anna, for sharing).

Fri Mar 24th free 12-5pm drop in Photo fun at Pembury Centre in Hackney. The Posh Club presents some senior fun. Glad rags and elegant wear.

Mon Mar 27th free 6.30pm Tate Modern Starr Cinema screens “Frida” as a nod to International Women’s Day. Long film. No need to book.

(Thanks to Emma for sharing.)

Notes

1)There’s a very nice welcoming café with a West Indian flair and bakery along Cann Hall Road,E11 just by clean Londis. The bread is delicious but carries Hoxton prices. Parking is okay too still.

2)Thurs Mar 30th free. 11.30am Last of the three champions from Gillian Lawrence’s art project “Champions” at Hackney Central Library E8 our local Hilary Davis who will tell us through her chat and chosen music at East London Radio in Leytonstone what experiences drive her to support her local community. She will close the art project by being the final guest as down comes the exhibition and she collects her beautiful canvas.

Mary Katherine’s East London Radio’s programme is dedicated to lifting Yourself up to good living and so many champions who deal with very difficult emotive subjects were not invited for a March interview despite my recommendation as project leader. Ah, the year is long yet.

Hilary can be found every other Tuesday at the Mill E17, oft times at The Claremont Project in Islington or enjoying a brunch at Bill’s.

3)I made a Simnel Cake already.

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#51%RememberHer – A cultural return for E13..

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In my last post here over a month ago (yep, I vow to write more often, but enjoy wandering around posting pics of curiosities in the East on my instagram feed so much more – follow it, follow both!..) I wrote about stumbling upon the artwork of an old colleague while doing a Plaistow history walk at the end of January (that’s it up there, Sian-Kate Mooney’s DARKWAVE II).. Well, the exhibition it’s part of opened this week, and here’s a little piece on it..

Firstly, forgive me – I can’t claim to be anything close to an art critic. But I do love cultural expression, buildings, identity issues, history, general-eye-catching-stuff and more than all these things, the paradise that is Plaistow!..

So, #51%RememberHer is a new exhibition of contemporary art by women of the East End and had it’s official opening on Wednesday evening to celebrate International Women’s Day (March 8th), and public…

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Issue 9 Up Your Street.

Tues Mar 14th free to view Great art (and bread) at Wynwood-Art-District next to The Bell E17. See John Arthur Hewson’s work and prints by Antonietta Torsiello. Few days left.

In the Whipps Cross Hospital Bridge there are great paintings but by whom?

Thurs Mar 16th free 6.30pm The Mill Coppermill Lane E17 Launch. All welcome. “Memories of Shops and Shopping around St James’ Street.” Created by mo@themill-coppermill.org

Fri Mar 17th free 2-3pm Gants Hill Library. Heritage Tea Time. Part of International Women’s Month. Sounds like fun.

Sat Mar 18th free 1-3pm Big Weed Blitz 1-3pm, in the William Morris Garden Help us banish weeds, so the garden can flourish. This is the launch of our new Saturday Volunteer Gardening (every third Saturday of the month) and part of Waltham Forest Council’s annual Spring Clean event. Join us to improve your health & well-being, feel part of your community and learn about gardening. Find out more: ellie.mortimer@walthamforest.gov.uk 020 8496 2822

Creatives Found.

It was raining nay spitting. The traffic was awful. The buses were packed with church-goers and Tesco shoppers. I was out on an empty stomach. I reached The Mill E17, had my last look at E17 printmakers’ work on the walls on the final day and got myself down to Wynwood Art District at The Bell E17: I’d promised I’d see John Arthur Hewson’s art.
How many art caffs in Walthamstow? Art with omelettes, art with soda bread, art not with common or garden ketchup. Many caffs. That’s why I dislike the turning of St Mary’s into an art, music and performance centre. Let a church be.
And then I went to the Memorial Church in Barking Road, miles away. The church service had finished and the congregation people were tucking into their bean cakes and Fantas. Wanna congregation? Bring out the chicken.
I did go into the exhibition 51%RememberHer in the Tower Gallery in the massive church. I went through a hall door and jumped thinking a couple were at it in the cubby hole. Twas a sculpture of cement and sand and so the exhibition had begun. I climbed up and up and up until vertigo kicked in. I found the inner balcony and saw the chairs where our framed paintings were displayed. Bloomin’ cheek, putting my framed and ready to hang as requested work of art on a chair. Get my money back
So I did all that touring, dropped into Tesco for some reduced couscous and fresh halal beef and relaxed indoors not knowing I was missing Turning Earth a big open day for potters in Argall Avenue Leyton. Leyton. Well plenty of new flats are being built and rich youngsters are moving in to designer boxes and newbies need embellished pots.