Events for younger people
Below is a list of all current events suitable for younger people in Haringey.
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A celebration of African and Caribbean Culture!
- Saturday 6 October 2018
- Indoor Market - arts, crafts, face painting, jewellery, fashion, books, community services and African and Caribbean cuisine and more!
- Workshops and performances - Djembe drumming, storytelling, African dance, poetry, spoken word, etymology and visual arts
More than an exhibition and trade space - the African Market is a place of curiosity attracting an eclectic mix of people. It is a place for exchange of ideas, of practices, of communication and gathering.
In celebration of sustainable commuting, the Golden Autumn Bike Ride aims to bring together commuters for an annual cycling adventure!
Breakfast and Dr Bike will be available from 10am, before the ride leaves at 11am.
There will also be free promotional gifts, and merchandising and cycling maps available.
Please visit our Facebook page (external link) for more information and contact details.
Tuesday 9 October, 10am to 12 noon.
Come and find out more about REIGNITE, and Heritage Ambassador Programmes aiming to support workless residents of North London through specialist employment and healthy lifestyle support for all ages, targeting 18- 24 year olds and those over 50.
As part of the Percy House Heritage Project, the programmes also aim to engage the community in preserving and understanding local history and heritage (as an example, see free event below).
Saturday 6 October, 12 noon to 2pm.
Black History Walks presents a discussion with author, publisher and black history enthusiast Kandace Chimbiri about her previous books on ancient African civilizations, and her new book on Windrush.
Haringey Black History Month event.
Open Studios 2018 will take place over the weekend of 29 and 30 September 2018, 12 noon to 6pm.
Now in its 22nd year, the N22 Open Studios returns bigger than ever!
Two weekly activity groups, one for children aged 6-9 and the other for children aged 9-13.
Activities include crafts, torchlit walks, group games, making things and learning new skills.
Woodcraft Folk is about trying different stuff to build confidence and knowledge.
Meet every Tuesday evening:
- Children aged 6-9 years - 6.15-7.15pm
- Children aged 10-13 years - 7.30-8.30pm
Only £2 per session per child - parents pay £30 for the year to join Woodcraft Folk.
Friday 28 September, 7.30pm.
Legend of British dance, Namron, returns to the stage with this autobiographical work.
Dance legend Namron - a trailblazing British dancer and one of the founding members of The Place - returns to the stage to tell the story of his own life. From his youth in Jamaica to joining his Windrush-generation parents in England, this hour-long performance stars Namron himself: his own story, his own gestures and movements, his own words and memories.
Mondays: 4.30pm (keyboard) and 5.30pm (guitar).
An amazing opportunity for children and young people (aged 8 – 18) to learn and become proficient playing a guitar or keyboard.
Please contact PHASCA on 07946 128 497 for more details.
First Thursday of every month 11am - 1pm.
Advice on independent support services for parents and young people with Special Educational Needs.