Events for younger people
Below is a list of all current events suitable for younger people in Haringey.
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SeaEscape, a collection of plein air oil paintings and charcoal sketches of the Cornish coastline. Local artist Emily Wood lives in Wood Green. She escapes to the sea whenever possible. She has studied fine art at the Wimbledon School of Art, Brighton College and the Newlyn School of Art.
Sunday 27 October.
Join tour guide Avril Nanton on this free guided walk for Black History Month, taking in the historic heart of Tottenham from Seven Sisters station on the High Road to enigmatic Bruce Castle.
Saturday 26 October, 1.30-4pm.
Are you aged 11 to 16 years old? Want to learn more and be inspired by art? Then come along and learn new watercolour and sketching techniques from local artist Tania Pascoal at this free art workshop.
Sunday 27 October, 1.30 to 4pm.
Join us for 'A Conversation with... Haringey Vanguard BAME LGBTQ+ History Group' as we reflect - 50 years on - the UK's BAME LGBTQ+ life after Stonewall.
In 2019, there has been lots of celebration about the Stonewall uprising in the US which kick-started the Gay Rights movement 50 years ago. BAME people were at the forefront of that struggle. Black History Month 2019 is a great opportunity to look back at that time and consider the history of the BAME LGBTQ+ community in the UK over the last 50 years.
Every Monday: 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.