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Wednesday, 25 April, 2018
Sexual Health and advice and support aimed at adults - every Wednesday, 2pm to 6pm.
Every Wednesday, 2-4.30pm - library ground floor. Offering information, free advice and access to STI/HIV services - LGBT friendly.
Join us for the popular session of traditional nursery rhymes, songs and storytime. For babies and toddlers.
Every Wednesday 11.30am to 12.45pm. Room 6 For writers and musicians of all levels/abilities. Write together and share work in progress. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Traditional storytelling, nursery rhymes and songs for pre-school children - every Wednesday 10.30am to 11.30am (term time only).
Staff will be on hand to help ‘signpost’ you to information, help and support. The Haringey Advice Partnership brings together three local organisations to help ensure that people in Haringey are able to find the right kind of information when they need it.
Are you a budding actor? If so, join our children’s new play-reading group. Every Wednesday in the Children’s library, from 4pm to 4.45pm. We will read plays together-aloud! Suitable for 8 to 12 years old. For more information ask a member of staff.
Every Wednesday, 11am-11.30am.
Last Wednesday of the month 1pm to 3pm. Room 6. Bring short prose or poetry for feedback from creative writing teacher and group. £5 per session. For details, please email Shahab Ahmed; email@example.com
Thursday, 26 April, 2018
Every Thursday 3pm - 6pm. Call: 020 8379 5269 for details.
Every Thursday 2pm to 4pm. Art workshop. Come along and enjoy some therapy through art. Experience the relaxing, stress busting - fun colouring in! Learn from the workshop leader how to improve your skills using different mediums. Materials will be provided but you are encouraged to bring your own...
Bounce DanceFit is a choreographed dance fitness class based on different styles of street dance incorporating a high intensity cardiovascular workout. The choreography and movements can be adjusted to basic, medium and challenging levels. The styles of street dance include hip hop, house,...
Free confidential advice regarding welfare, benefit, housing, employment or if you are facing a crisis. We value diversity, promote equality and challenge discrimination and harassment. Please be aware that this is a busy drop-in session.
Every Thursday, 6.30pm-7.30pm. Clubbercise® class is taught in a darkened room with disco lights and glow sticks set to a soundtrack of old and new club hits. A fusion of dance, toning and combat moves with high/low impact options for all fitness levels - one class burns around 600 calories.
26-29 April 2018 at Alexandra Palace, London. On top of a wide variety of exhibitors, catering to all your home, garden and wardrobe needs, the fair is bursting with fanciful features to leave you buzzing with ideas. Enjoy a great day out with a wealth of seasonal inspiration and much more under...
Every Thursday at 6pm in the business lounge. Come along and start crafting or maybe finish project you haven't yet finished, all branches of crafting are very welcome, learn a new skill or maybe even teach one. Contact Lara on 07926 748 966 or firstname.lastname@example.org
‘LONDON CITYSCAPES’ ART EXHIBITION (SPRING 2018) Runs from 3 April to 1 May 2018 Deric Ch’ng, a British Artist launches his cityscapes paintings at Blend café in Harringay. Since his solo exhibition ‘London, the visit’ in 2010, he continued to be inspired by and explore his interest in creation on...
Term-time only. Please note: session content may vary according to staff availability and scheduling.
Thursday 26 April, 6pm - in the Business Lounge (ground floor). Nominated for three academy awards. A team of African-American female mathematicians serve a vital role with NASA.
Learn computer basics, including surfing the web, shopping online and emails. This is designed for complete beginners. Every Thursday, 9.30am-10.30am.
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