River of Flowers - working with the community to create and map ‘rivers’ of wildflowers or trails of floral forage in urban spaces for the benefit of bees, butterflies and other insect pollinators, people and plants. Transition Crouch End is in the River of Flowers: North London, the first in London. www.riverofflowers.org
Barboot-7.30-10.30pm 1st Friday of each month , the Haberdashery Cafe, Middle Lane, turns into a colourful and kaleidoscopic bazaar with community artists, craftspeople and vintage sellers. 3rd Friday of each month musicians perform ' Three Songs' each, proceeds to a local cause. Also at www.mooorsbar.com
Bon Croissant Cafe Monthly Saturdays Community Music Jam. 85 Weston Park. All levels of music skills welcome.Email:email@example.com
Community Acupuncture Tues eves 5.30-8.30 @ Hornsey Vale Community Centre. run by Gemma. Call in or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Choir...singing songs of resilience, midday Thursdays @Union Church
LoVe Eating:Initiated by local vegans to explore issues & experiences of eating sustainably that is cheap, fun and ethical. Discovering where to source food and how to cook it. Informal workshops so far include; Making Sushi (using spelt), Making Gnocchi. Non vegans welcome. www.lve.org.uk or call Gemma 07806870505
Knit Cafe – Unlibrary at Hornsey Library on Saturdays, now also at Stroud Green Library.
Draughtbusting (when demand arises) . Coming up... Home energy initiatives....Tool Library (looking for a coordinator to set up with our donated tools/ swaps). Contact Transition Crouch End for more info & to get involved.