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Wednesday, 2 May, 2018
Advice and support for users and their friends/families on alcohol or drug misuse - fortnightly, every Monday to Thursday, 10am-2pm. For information please contact:Web: HAGA website (external link)Tel: 020 8800 6999Also see the Don't bottle it up website (external link).
Career advice sessions held on Wednesday 9am - 5pm. Employment support for Haringey residents including, identifying suitable jobs, support with jobs, applications and interview preparation. (HEST) 2nd Floor.
Every Wednesday 12.30pm to 2.30pm. One You Haringey helps local residents who are 18+ live healthier lives. Work with a specialist health and Wellbeing Adviser who can help you make lifestyle changes that will enable you to:eat well, move more, drink less and be smoke freehave a free NHS health...
First Wednesday of every month, 1pm to 3pm (Business Lounge). Contract Ruby on 020 8348 2399 for details.
Mondays and Wednesdays: 3.30-6pm. A study programme to improve your child’s skills, develop their confidence and inspire a passion for learning. Please contact Ms Reshma Malde on 07403 064 602 or 020 3737 7838 for more details.
A free four-week computer course, which will help you get to grips with the computer basics you need to get online. The classes are strictly for beginners only.
Every Wednesday, 12.30-1.30pm on second floor of library. No experience necessary.
Exhibition runs until 1 July - Bruce Castle Museum is open Wednesday to Sunday 1-5pm. An exciting new oral history exhibition about Tottenham. Local volunteers have been interviewing residents past and present to trace the ups and downs of the High Road over the last 90 years. Through tales of...
Every Wednesday. Booking is essential.Toddlers from 10.15am to 10.45amBabies from 11am to 11.30am.Book online (external link)
When:Every Wednesday, 8-9pmAdults only - beginners welcomeEach lesson lasts 60 minutesWhere:Lordship Hub Co-op, Lordship Recreation Ground, N17You can learn:Cha ChaSalsaRumbaBachataMerengueRueda de casinoPrices:1 Pass: £54 Passes: £20 (valid 1 month)8 Passes: £40 (valid 2 months)12 Passes: £80 (...
New Latin dance class for total beginners, starting with Salsa. Cha Cha, Rumba, Bachata, Merengue, Rueda de casino. Each lesson lasts 60 minutes. Visit the website for more information (external link).
Three geese in a flockone flew eastone flew westone flew over the cuckoo’s nest Based on Ken Kesey’s 1962 novel, this powerful and affecting play by Dale Wasserman concerns Randall Patrick McMurphy who agrees to be committed to an asylum for mental assessment, rather than spend another spell in...
Every Wednesday (term time only). Beginners: 5.30pm-6.30pm. Intermediate: 6.30pm-7.30pm. If you are under 18 and enjoy dancing whilst having fun, then these are the classes for you! Come along and express yourself, learn the latest dance moves, be a part of a team and make new friends. Each class...
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 email@example.com for details.
Interested in stand-up comedy? Sign up to a six week course by award winning comedian Joe Bor who will take you through the writing process, assisting you in honing a set and providing valuable tips for performing. Joe has been a comedian for 12 years and has done warm up for some of the biggest TV...
Traditional storytelling, nursery rhymes and songs for pre-school children - every Wednesday 10.30am to 11.30am (term time only).
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