Day 8 – Saturday, 17 March
Free Ballet and Street Dance Classes for Kids!
SRDance would like to invite you all to join in our fun, friendly & best of all FREE Ballet & Street Dance Classes for Kids at The Barnes Wallis Community Centre!
- 9:45-10:15am Twinkle Tots Ballet (2-4years)
- 10:15-10:45am Primary Ballet (5-7years)
- 10:45-11:30am Standard 2 Ballet (8years+)
- 11:30am-12:30pm STREET DANCE (4years+)
FREE – book your free trial class today by emailing Miss Steph
Bags of Love
As part of a wider project, involving local children and charities to explore, create and connect within the community, the ‘Bags of Love’ workshops at Telegraph Hill Centre will facilitate the encounter of Syrian refugee children with local children. During the workshops, the children will explore common ground and will be guided into the process of creative making by decorating picture frames where to treasure an image of a loved memory or person. After meeting the refugee children and their families at the centre of the Lewisham Scheme for Syrian Refugee Families, to ask how the community could help, their feedback was that the best ‘gift’ was time spent together, to make friends and share.
Please arrive on time. If children wish to attend more than one session, they’re welcome!
(entrance from St Catherine’s Drive)
Craft Fair (plus live music!)
This is a great opportunity for you to purchase lots of unique products that have been handmade by local artists. We have a wide variety of items on offer including ceramics, jewellery, woodwork, textiles, photography, cards, prints etc. Refreshments will be available. If that’s not, enough we also have an afternoon of live music in the church.
The 10th Cake Competition
Bake a cake, large or small, fancy or plain, decorated if you wish, and then let the public of Telegraph Hill judge the results! Categories: Teatime Favourites, Decorated, Cakes Made by Kids. New categories for this year: Best “10” Cake in Show and St Patrick’s Day cakes!!!Bring your entry between 10am and12noon, judging 1pm-3pm, prize giving 4pm.
FREE to enter the competition;
£1 for adults and 50p for children to taste and judge
Entry forms available from firstname.lastname@example.org
Make an Appliqué Cushion: Part 1
Create a unique and beautiful hand embroidered and appliqué cushion at a two-day workshop for adults. The short course is taught by Joni McDougall, award winning textile and mosaic artist. All materials provided. Places are limited please book in advance – www.nxgtrust.org and click on the Eventbrite button on the right-hand side of the home page.
Create a Luscious Edible Hanging Basket
An opportunity to learn how to create long lasting and luscious edible hanging baskets that billow with herbs and other edible plants. From the best soils to use, to the best way to use water retaining granules, to the best plants to use for your particular space, this workshop will be rich in learning. Christina Podziewska, one of our wonderful gardeners at Besson Street, has years of experiences in creating and maintaining beautiful gardens, just waiting to share with you. All materials provided but we are asking a £5 (£2.50 concession) contribution towards materials. Places are limited please book in advance – www.nxgtrust.org and click on the Eventbrite button on the right hand side of the home page.
Besson Street Community Garden
3:30-4:30pm £5 (£2.50)
Plastic & Stuff Symposium – downsizing our environmental footprint
The PLASTIC & STUFF SYMPOSIUM will be an open facilitated discussion and a chance for us to consider what we can do to reduce waste and pollution. This could be in our own domestic sphere helping to recycle or use foods and other consumer items in a way that reduces the effect on the environment. Maybe we can work together to support shops delivery people and other external agents who are making the pledge to cut waste? Or do we need to take action against those who put profit before the environment. What is reasonable? What is necessary? Above all what can we realistically do? Bring your concerns and ideas to share and develop and let’s not get too po-faced about it. It’s a Saturday night after all. Bring your jokes, irony, and stories.
BRÅK #6 – An Evening of Improvised Music
BRÅK is a regular improvised music night which takes place in Telegraph Hill beer shop waterintobeer, where local improvisers Cath Roberts, Colin Webster and Tom Ward pair with musicians from around the country to create spontaneous compositions. March’s evening is the sixth in the series and features the following pairings: Cath Roberts & Seth Bennett/Tom Ward & John Macedo/Colin Webster & David Birchall.
Telegraph Hill Sings
(Doors open at 7:30pm)
8:00-10:00pm £6 (£3)
St Patrick’s Day
So and it is! An evening of Irish celebration in one of our locals.