What’s Happening at Hale End Library in April

by / Wednesday, 29 March 2017 / Published in News

April events at Hale End Library

Regular events

Mondays, 3.30pm – 4.30pm; and 4.30pm – 5.30pm: Petite Productions. Fast paced theatrical fun for toddlers and parents, aimed at 2-5 year olds. £6 per child, £10 two siblings. Sessions are drop in or can be booked in advance. Contact www.petiteproductions.co.uk/contact for more information.
Tuesdays, 7.30pm – 9pm: hSpark Radio. Free to anyone who wants to get involved helping or making programmes. Beginners or those with experience welcome.
Wednesdays, 10.30am – 11am: Rhyme Time. Free songs and rhymes for under 5s (running through the Easter holidays).
Fridays, 1.30pm – 3pm: Story Time, with activities and songs for under 5s (free, term time only).

Special events

Macrame Wall Hanging Workshop, 1 April, 1pm – 4pm
Calling all macramé beginners and addicts! Come along to this Saturday workshop and make a beautiful wall hanging. Cost will be £32 plus booking fee, including all materials, tutorial and room hire. Booking at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/macrame-wall-hanging-workshop-tickets-32159520993

Tudor Mask and Quiz, 1 April, 2pm – 3pm
Come and make your own Tudor Face Mask and complete a Tudor Quiz to celebrate the start of this year’s Cityread London. Free drop in event, suitable for ages 3-8.

Saturday Paint, 1 and 8 April, 12.00 – 3pm
An introduction to acrylic painting, creating a final portrait painting. Contact susanroyle24@gmail.com for costs and more information.

Kids Creative Writing Workshop, 4 April, 3pm
Free creative writing workshop by Explore Learning, for ages 4-11 years. The theme is ‘The Future’ and children will have chance to enter a national competition. Limited spaces available – book at www.walthamforestlibraries.eventbrite.com or at the Library!

Easter Crafts, 7 April, 10.30am – 11.30am
Join in with themed free crafts, suitable for ages 3-8. Visit www.walthamforestlibraries.eventbrite.com to reserve your place, or book at the library.

Love Hale End Library Day, 22 April, 11am – 3pm
A fantastic day of free events celebrating our local library, including a Vintage Market, a Children’s Book Swap, Author Readings and Signings, theatre performances, amazing technology displays and more! Find out more at tinyurl.com/LoveHaleEndLibrary

New groups

Adventures in Writing!
A new writers group meeting at Hale End Library is inviting both new and experienced writers to join. The object of the group is to learn, improve skills, develop, share, encourage and inspire others. For more information contact Mike Schirn at underneathearches@yahoo.com

The writers groups next meeting in this Saturday 1st April from 11am to 1pm and takes place the first Saturday of every month. The sessions are open to both new and experienced writers of fiction, poetry, short stories and plays.

There is a small contribution request of £2.00 to cover room hire and tea and coffee.

The May, June, July dates are as follows. 6th May/3rd June/1st July.

Mike says the aim of the classes it is to “To encourage, improve and share current writing projects. The group meetings include some writing exercises. readings by the writers of their own work, discussion and constructive criticism in order to develop the potential of the work and to hopefully, perform the writers work in public. In this respect, I am hoping if we get enough quality work from the contributors, we could then have enough material to perform at the library and elsewhere…Highams Park Live…being a case in point, if there is space, and other Open Mic opportunities.”

Petite Productions
Are looking to add an additional “Petite Productions Performers” class for 6-11 year olds on a Monday 5.30-6.30 at the Library. The classes will be all about learning the three disciplines of singing, dancing and acting, and how to put on a show. There’ll then be a performance at the end of each term, watched by family, friends and industry professionals. For more information, visit www.petiteproductions.co.uk/contact

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