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Wednesday, 2 May, 2018
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.
Thursday, 3 May, 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...
First Thursday of every month 11am - 1pm. Advice on independent support services for parents and young people with Special Educational Needs.
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.
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 email@example.com
Term-time only. Please note: session content may vary according to staff availability and scheduling.
Learn computer basics, including surfing the web, shopping online and emails. This is designed for complete beginners. Every Thursday, 9.30am-10.30am.
First and third Thursday of the month, 5-7pm. A free social meeting space / peer support for LGBT people offering information, advice and activities.
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).
Language classes run by COASIT to support children to learn Italian.
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.
Thursdays, 9.50am to 12.50pm in the Original Gallery. Summer term 2018: 19 April – 28 June (No class 24 May – half term). This friendly class established in 2000 welcomes students of all abilities. The sessions are appropriate for complete beginners, those who want to improve their drawing skills...
Lingotot French Language classes for children from 0 to 5 years old. Both adults and babies alike are introduced to the fascinating sounds of a new language through our unique multi-sensory blend of music, movement, toys and rhymes. The sessions include singing, dancing, games, and stories. Visit...
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...
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...
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