Monday, 7 November 2011

Craft in Crouch End

Rachel's Mosaic Workshops
Sat 12 and 26 November, 10am-4pm

Rachel's Mosaic at Stroud Green and Harringay Library
Last chance to book on the creative mosaic making workshop where you will learn the lovely, wonderful, enjoyable art of mosaic and go away with your own finished piece. A great present for yourself or friend or family and Christmas is coming soon....
NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED
When?      Saturday 12th November. 10am-4pm
Where?     Hornsey Vale Community Centre,
               60 Mayfield Road, Hornsey Vale/ Crouch End, N8 9LP......
               near W3 or W7 bus stops, a bus journey from Finsbury Park tube or a short
               walk from Harringay overland station
Cost?        £25 but concession prices available

Please contact Rachel by email or on  07905 764 107
During the 4 hour workshop there will be a short break for lunch. Please bring your own snacks/packed lunch. more details here:-   http://www.thirdrock.moonfruit.com/#/workshops/4552067139

There is also a 2nd workshop on Saturday 26th November for all ages - please see the website link for details. Please forward to anyone who might be interested. Thanks
and hope to see you soon

Dark Day and Winter Festival:
Sunday 20 November, 2-4.30pm 
 
Hornsey Vale Community Centre celebrate Mid Winter with games, arts and crafts, recycled Christmas cards and decoration-making followed by our annual lantern procession. Also lovely cakes and hot chocolate from the café.
£1 per adult or child. Limited to 120 attendees! So come early to be sure you get a place! All children must be accompanied by an adult.

 Anna's Write-up From Apple Day 2011
We entertained over 50 children on the day making apple creatures and leaf collages. Children and parents were very appreciative and creative! The craft tables were never empty during the all event and children made some stunning artwork out of leaf and bark and really funny apple creatures. We were using sunflower seeds, broad beans, toothpicks, goggly eyes for making apple creatures. Leaf princesses and butterflies were made out of autumn leaves, bark and were stuck to cardboard bases. Being given such a simple materials to work with, children proved that they don’t need expensive toys and craft materials to be creative! It was a fun day and we hope to come back next year.Anna, Green Peas Events/

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