The Pamper Shop. Scents and aesthetics. February workshops.

Floristry – 5 week courseIMAG00648

27 February 2014  in Arts, entertainment, and theatre and Libraries and Talks and courses
Date27 February 2014

Time1pm-3pm

Location Lea Bridge Library, Lea Bridge Road, Leyton, London, E10 7HU AdmissionFree

Learn simple floristry techniques and leave with a finished arrangement to beautify your home.

Who is this course for?

This course will be suitable for those who wish to develop more skills in floristry or even progress to a longer floristry course to achieve City and Guilds Level 1

Classes will run every Thursday from 1pm-3pm
Starting date: 27 February 2014

Last session: 27 March 2014

What will you need for the class?
Flowers will be provided in the first week for everyone registered for a place, so if you are no longer able to attend, please cancel your place to avoid any waste.032

You may be required to bring along a small, cost effective bunch of flowers to further classes. Your tutor will advise.

How to book

Go to http://www.wflibraries.eventbrite.com to reserve your place.
If you have any enquiries, please visit your nearest library, or phone 020 8496 3000

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NEW HERBAL MEDICINE WORKSHOPS at Lea Bridge Library, Leyton! DSC_0520

With Rasheeqa Ahmad (Hedge Herbs) & Charm Elakil (Wholistic Medicine) and a sprinkling of other local herbalists. These workshop sessions at Lea Bridge Library follow on from our successful series last autumn in association with The Mill’s inspiring project there. The workshops are aimed at residents in Lea Bridge Ward, and are open in particular to families, parents & carers in the area. The charge is minimal to reflect the project’s aim of creating community activity groups for those on low incomes. When: Fridays from 7th February for 5 weeks: 10am-12noon Where: Lea Bridge Library Community Space, 382 Lea Bridge Road, Leyton, London E10 7HU What: An exploration of whole connected health with plants, people, medicine-making & herbalists Who: Lea Bridge Ward residents in particular but all are welcome How much: £3 per week to cover materials We would prefer that you book in advance for the whole series, but if you are unable to commit we can have you at individual sessions! If you’d like any more info get in touch with Rasheeqa on 07784 506 494.

 

Up Your Street issue 26

Mon 24th June free noon-2pm. Up Your Street hosts “Lea Bridge Seniors” at Lea Bridge Library E107PH.  Rasheeqa  of HedgeHerbs  guests.

                               £3 for Silver Screen members (£6 otherwise. Join on the spot! Membership is free.) Noon. Hackney PictureHouse “The Pink Panther”.

                               free noon-2pm Wood Street Library Forest Road, E17 “Learn to use charcoal to draw”.

                              free beginning today at KPMG building 15 Canada Square in Canary Wharf, exhibition of art works from Rosetta Art Centre, Stratford E15 until 30th August 2013. Gillian Lawrence has an oil painting on view from the foyer bridge! There is no public access to the actual ‘gallery’ site…. yet.

Thurs 27th June £3 7pm “Beasts Of the Southern Wild” (93 mins) screening by Haringey Independent Cinema at West Green Learning Centre, Philip Lane N17.

Fri 28th June free 7pm Leyton Gallery artists meeting at William IVth Pub opp. Tesco E10 to discuss future plans. All welcome.

Sat 29th June free  2pm Hoxton Hall Shoreditch  Launch of “Audio History Tour of Shoreditch”. Other festivities and no need to book.

Sun 30th June free but bring some shares 11.15-1.30pm Community Breakfast at The Mill E17

                           free noon-4pm Vestry House Museum E17 Annual Garden Party incl. Hedge Herbs & Wholistic Apothecary Stall .

Mon 1st July  £3 members of Silver Screen. Noon. Hackney PictureHouse noon. “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly”.

 

Wed 3rd July free 6-7.30pm . Written work reading and poetry-sharing at The Centre for  Better Health 1a Darnley Rd E5. Tea money required.

                           free noon Art Café at Whitechapel Art Gallery  E1 (and on 24th July at 2pm) to learn about the free art course for seniors at Birkbeck University in Stratford E15. book through Eventbrite. Great venues, great course.

Thurs 4th July free 10am “Soft” textiles and materials exhibition at the Mill E17. RAGWORKS  is on display.

Sat 6th July free Fete at St John at Hackney by Narrow Way Hackney

What’s to do? Up Your Street bulletin

Booking required now , or expression of interest
 The People’s Museum 306 High St E15 just by Stratford Station. 4 events
Mon 10th September, 2pm – Talk about living in the East End.
Mon 17th September, 6.30pm – Neil Fraser (Author, “Over the Border”).
Mon 1st October, 4pm – Talk about the Coloured Men’s Institute & Kamal Chunchie.
Wed 17th October, 6.30pm – Regeneration Debate.
All free Email claire@ech.org.uk
There is a nice cooking course re healthy living (Be interesting with the soaring cost of veg and fruit. Ah, sugar rules again)
5 weeks free in Hackney (Manor Gardens)  starting Wed 12th Sept 2pm -5pm Email siobhan@manorgardenscentre.org
£2.50 per session (I negotiated for this half price for OAPs!) HedgeHerbs 5 weeks  at 2 .30pm at The Mill E17 on Saturdays from 22nd Sept. Email hedgeherbs@gmail.com
 Radio course concentrating on healthy living for seniors on Tuesdays at 10.30 to 1.30pm free for 10 weeks starting Sept 25th. Waltham Forest College. Email who you are and why you want to join the course to info@ageukwalthamforest.org.uk
 Rosetta Arts and Birkbeck Uni art appreciation course.Free Prof.Lesley Topp. 6th Sept. 11am initial talk. Email to express interest
 East End Family History Society’s walk on Oct 7th meeting at Liverpool Street Station (exit 2 at 10am). Free. “Churches of Shoreditch”. Book with the society.
and same day last chance. Free. 4pm an art installation and drama at Poplar Business Centre E14 by Dennis Mcnulty. Book through Eventbrite