NEW CHARITABLE BODY FOR CARNEGIE LIBRARY / GREAT APPLE BAKING….GREAT APPLE GIVEAWAY / JUST WHEN YOU THOUGHT IT WAS SAFE TO GO BACK TO THE LAKES……ST CHRISTOPHER’S HOSPICE MOONLIGHT WALK / LONDON MOZART PLAYERS AT ST JOHN’S – UPDATE
NEW CHARITABLE BODY FOR CARNEGIE LIBRARY
The Friends of Carnegie Library have been working for many years to support and preserve Carnegie Library as a vital centre and service for the community.
A practical way forward is being developed through the formation of a charitable incorporated organisation, the Carnegie Library Association.
You are invited to attend a public meeting to hear more details, to give your views and get involved – please come on either THURSDAY 22nd SEPTEMBER St Saviour’s Parish Hall, Herne Hill Road 6.30 – 9.30pm Or SATURDAY 24th SEPTEMBER Herne Hill United Church Hall, near the top of Red Post Hill 2.00 – 5.00pm
If you cannot attend, there is an opportunity to get involved through a community survey available on our website http://www.friendsofcarnegielibrary.org.uk – we look forward to continue working with you to ensure our library service is secured and enhanced with wider compatible use.
Friends of Lambeth Libraries say: “All local protests about the grim – gym – future planned for Carnegie Library have been ignored by Lambeth council. NOW at last they can be fully involved in planning something better..
“The new move does not, of course, come from the council.”
Defend the 10 libraries campaigners were at Brixton Rec on Saturday (September 17) to warn that GLL (Greenwich Leisure Ltd), which runs the recreation centre, poses an ugly threat to Lambeth’s much-loved libraries.
GREAT APPLE BAKING……..
Come and enjoy some delicious, fun baking with Rachel De Thample at an Apple Fun Day.
Enjoy healthy apple baking and ice-lolly making. Sat 24th Sept 2 – 6pm at Christchurch, 1 Highland Road, Gipsy Hill. All Welcome. Please bring an apron if you can.
……….GREAT APPLE GIVEAWAY
There’s a great apple giveaway and fun day being held on Central Hill estate on Sunday 25th September (2pm to 5pm).
Events include apple rolling, home-baked apple treats, take away apples and pears, a bicycle smoothie maker courtesy of Blue Door Bicycles, collage, leaf printing etc plus a photography exhibition of Crystal Palace park and the subway by Angie Davila. Free / Donations welcome. All proceeds contribute to fruity planting in the energy garden on the estate.
JUST WHEN YOU THOUGHT IT WAS SAFE TO GO BACK TO THE LAKES……
The film Jaws is being shown at The Lakes cafe, Pavilion hall, Waterside centre, 26 Avenue Road SE25 on Saturday (24th September) at 8pm. Tickets £6. Prizes for the best 70s beachwear. Seats available but you can take your own Li-Lo…. http://www.thelakescafe.co.uk
St Christopher’s hospice are holding a moonlight walk on Saturday October 8th at 9pm. Please register at http://www.stchristophers.org.uk/moonlightwalk or call 020 8768 4575 for more information.
More details on the London Mozart Players launch concert at St John’s being held on Sunday, 23 October, 2016 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Handel Arrival of the Queen of Sheba
Piazzolla Autumn from the Four Seasons
Grainger Londonderry Air
Vivaldi Concerto for Two Trumpets
Mozart Symphony No. 29
The London Mozart Players have arrived in Upper Norwood – Come and see them perform in their new home this October. In an afternoon of music, art and performance, after the concert mingle with the musicians and experience many of the cultural delights Upper Norwood has to offer, including:
– A preview of the critically acclaimed series ‘Bach to Baby’ – Classical concerts for babies & toddlers
– Food and drink stalls by suppliers from the Crystal Palace Food Market (a Transition Town project)
– An interactive kids art workshop led by a local artist
– An art exhibition in the foyer of St John the Evangelist
This is a free event but there are limited places, so please book in advance to avoid disappoint. You can help support future community projects and concerts by giving a voluntary donation to the orchestra via the booking form. This event is suitable for the whole family. (Source: London Mozart Players)