You'll notice I've added a calendar to the right hand side of site. Do email me if you wish to submit or publicise an event in SE11 (or on the borders). At the moment, I'm just adding events as I happen to spot them from Twitter or receive emails from people etc. but I'd like to list a good selection of plays, concerts, community events, classes, quiz nights etc.
I wanted to write a quick post re. interesting events that will be taking place in the area. Most of them are local and either very cheap, or require only a donation, so beat those autumn blues and meet some of the fantastic community members in Kennington, Oval and Vauxhall.
Firstly, the Cinema Museum, (as part of Spain NOW! 2010), is hosting a film and music night on Friday 5th November from 7pm - 12pm. The Cinema Museum is at 2 Dugard Way, SE11 4TH. The event is free, but a donation to The Cinema Museum is encouraged. It's a bit difficult to tell what the event will involve, despite having read the poster a few times. (I'm obviously getting old, as I've no idea what a "participatory interactive happening" might involve!) More info here.
Secondly, the Kennington Gardens Society AGM is taking place on Thursday 11th November 2010 at 7.30pm at Roots and Shoots, Walnut Tree Walk, SE11. It will be followed by a talk by Lizzie Moore on Christmas Floral Decorations (£2 fee). Refreshments available.
Thirdly, and also on Thursday 11th November 2010, but at 7pm, the Vauxhall Civic Society are holding a Remembrance Evening for Armistice Day at Brunswick House, (Lassco), 30 Wandsworth Road, Vauxhall, SW8 2LG. It's free, but donations to the Vauxhall Civic Society are welcome. Feel free to bring along, and read a favourite remembrance poem, and you'll also hear poems and stories related to Vauxhall from Naomi Lourie Klein (the famous author of Stockwell News), Philippa Owen and Ross Davies (local authors). Refreshments available.
Finally, on Wednesday 24 November, at 19:15, Jean Vanier is visiting Lambeth to deliver a talk entitled 'To be human is to be vulnerable". Jean Vanier is the founder of the L'Arche communities in which people with learning disabilities and those that assist them create homes together to share their gifts. There are a remarkable 137 communities, and he's a remarkable man. There's a L'Arche community in West Norwood (perhaps why he's visiting locally) and he'll deliver his lecture at the Residence of the Little Sisters of the Poor, Meadow Road, SW8 1QH (the same venue as September's Papal visit). The event is run by Westminster Cathedral's Young Friends, and I've been asked to note that the talk is principally aimed at young people. More info here.
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