Whats On At St Katharine’s Precinct

Written by Claire Sexton on 9th May 2017. Posted in: What's On

Weekly Bulletin

Below are highlights of What’s On at the Precinct this week. We have lots of Trade Schools for you to enjoy!

 

This Week

Board Game Night
Wednesday 10th May, 6:30-8:30pm
Board game night’s have seen a revival over the last few years. According to the Guardian board games are in their golden age! We have a collection of board games to choose from or you can bring your own. Come with friends or on your own. Children are welcome to attend but must bring an adult with them.

Trade School- Cut Your Energy Costs
Saturday 13th May, 10:30am-12:30pm
A fun practical workshop all about cutting the cost of your energy bills. Featuring a demonstration on how to switch supplier and our top energy saving tips. Spaces are limited please book here

Trade School- My Life In Five Objects
Saturday 13th May, 2-5pm
Fran Singer for a creative and inspiring session of art, storytelling, memory and self-discovery. You will be invited to get in touch with your creative side and tell your own life stories in 5 objects in this practical and fun interactive workshop. Spaces are limited please book here

Trade School- Learn How To Make A Harmony Flax Bow
Sunday 14th May, 2-4pm
The flax bow is created with the intention of bringing harmony and protection into the household. This workshop is open to all ages. Children must bring an adult with them. All materials will be provided on the day but if you would to bring your own, please feel free. No experience or skills needed. Spaces are limited please book here

Creative Walk
Sunday 14th May 11am-12:30pm
Join three artists for a gentle walk along the Thames path. During the walk you will have an opportunity to take photos or sketch. No need to book; just show up at the Community Hub at 10.50am.

Coming Up 

Yurt Salon- Poetry
Tuesday 16th May, 6:30-9:30pm
We’ll be welcoming five diverse poets and spoken word performers to read from their latest work. The lineup covers a variety of poetic types from comedy, lyric, literary and spoken word. Doors will open at 6.30pm for a 7pm start. Tickets can be booked here

Sonic Meditation Study Group 
Thursday 18th May, 7-9pm
A regular meet up exploring the compositions of composer Pauline Oliveros and her contemporaries. http://deeplistening.org/site/

Have a great week
The Precinct Team