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Wednesday 23 April

The Warrant Officer, 318 Higham Hill Road E17 5RG
An evening of traditional ales and entertainment including a Mummers Play, a St George Quiz (with prizes) plus old and new English tunes from Andy Green, Anna Skodbo and Tom Lynch.
8.00 pm - 11.55 pm
FREE
events@the-wo.co.uk
Saturday 26 April

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April meeting will review actions to be taken for the coming year by this local grass roots organisation committed to eliminating violence against women and girls in Waltham Forest. New members welcome.
All women welcome - further details of monthly meetings on website
Wednesday 7 May

Walthamstow Central Library, High Street Walthamstow E17 7JN
Improve your ability to sell and increase the success of your business with this workshop. Get the low down on all areas of selling including ethical and personality issues.
Go to www.wflibraries.eventbrite.com to reserve your place or book at the library
6.30 pm - 8.00 pm
FREE
Waltham Forest Libraries 020 8496 3000
Sunday 1 June

St James Park, Essex Road E17 8AX
Bring a picnic and a dish to share. Activities will include The Great St James Bake Off judged by Edd Kimber, free family bike confidence training from Dr Bike, and great prizes to be won.
11.00 am - 3.00 pm
FREE
Saturday 7 June

Walthamstow Central Library, High Street Walthamstow E17 7JN
Looking for some direction or greater economic independence? Need a career change? Not sure what you want to do or where to start? Join us for information and advice, taster sessions, demonstrations and workshops.
10.30 am - 2.30 pm
FREE
Waltham Forest Libraries 020 8496 3000
Monday 9 June

Waltham Forest Resource Hub (Central), 1 Russell Road, Leyton E10 7ES
If you are a man, and provide unpaid support to an ill relative or friend, come and enjoy food and activities on Men’s Day. We’re recognising and celebrating male carers as part of Carers Week.
11.00 am - 3.00 pm
FREE
Waltham Forest Carers Association 020 8556 0857
info@walthamforestcarers.com
Friday 13 June

The Hornbeam Cafe, 458 Hoe Street E17 9AH
This popular event attracts all description of performer from all over London. From music to comedy. All performances welcome. Come and cheer on some raw London talent at this gem of a café.
7.30 pm - 11.45 pm
FREE
Andy Mirror 07940260558
andy@mirror-mic.com
Wednesday 18 June

Walthamstow Central Library, High Street Walthamstow E17 7JN
It’s a huge world out there on the Web, filled with the good, the bad and the ugly. Learn how to be safe in the online world and protect you and your family.
10.00 am - 12.00 pm
FREE
Waltham Forest Libraries 020 8496 3000
Wednesday 18 June

Walthamstow Central Library, High Street Walthamstow E17 7JN
Get a quick but thorough overview of how to use WordPress to create a business website that suits your company. After all, your website is your most powerful advertising tool!
6.30 pm - 8.00 pm
FREE
Waltham Forest Libraries 020 8496 3000
Thursday 19 June

Higham Hill Library, North Countess Road, E17 5HS
More information and services move online every day. Learn how to navigate your way around the Internet and find exactly what you’re looking for in a few simple clicks.
10.30 am - 1.30 pm
FREE
Waltham Forest Libraries 020 8496 3000
Friday 20 June

RS Lounge, Woodford New Road E17 3PR
Celebrating 12 months of vintage clubbing, an over 30s night that is neither cheesy or sleazy. Nostalgic tunes, happy vibe, friendly crowd. Take back the night, a sophisticated club night for the dance connoisseur
Buy tickets from www.freewebstore.org/Club-Vintage
9.00 pm - 1.00 am
£7
Kat Thompson
Kat@clubvintagelondon.co.uk
Sunday 6 July

The Nag's Head, 9 Orford Road E17 9LP
Now official, another gay night in Walthamstow! SAVE the date! & see you then!
6.00 pm - 11.00 pm
FREE
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Every month
Monday 4 August

The Castle Pub, 15 Grosvenor Rise East E17 9LB
Monthly lesbian meet up group; relaxed, friendly and sociable.
7.00 pm - 10.00 pm
FREE
Molly
ell.molly@aol.co.uk
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Every month on the first Monday
Wednesday 6 August

The Nag's Head, 9 Orford Road E17 9LP
Now official, another gay night in Walthamstow! SAVE the date! & see you then!
6.00 pm - 11.00 pm
FREE
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Every month
Saturday 16 August

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Join this exciting 1-day workshop about ecological and social healing. It will give a taste of both permaculture and working with social diversity - sharing practical tools for regenerating the earth and communities.
10.45 am - 5.00 pm
£12
£12 concessions for WF residents only
Saturday 16 August

Miod Malina Polish Restaurant, 127 High Street E17 7DB
New heritage project explores over 150 years of Polish migration to Waltham Forest. Join us for free Polish food and drink then share with us the story of your family’s journey to the UK.
5.00 pm - 8.00 pm
FREE
Marta Swierzyna 07773042646
mswierzyna@gmail.com
Sunday 31 August

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Bring your treasures to the Roadshow experts.
Large antiques or furniture? We may be able to help. Write now enclosing your address, telephone number and a photo to: Antiques Roadshow, BBC Bristol BS8 2LR or email antiques.roadshow@bbc.co.uk by Tues 19 August.
9.30 am - 4.30 pm
FREE
Monday 1 September

The Castle Pub, 15 Grosvenor Rise East E17 9LB
Monthly lesbian meet up group; relaxed, friendly and sociable.
7.00 pm - 10.00 pm
FREE
Molly
ell.molly@aol.co.uk
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Every month on the first Monday
Sunday 7 September

St Patrick's Church, 61 Blackhorse Road E17 7AS
New heritage project explores over 150 years of Polish migration to Waltham Forest. Join us for free Polish food and drink then share with us the story of your family’s journey to the UK.
2.00 pm - 3.00 pm
FREE
Marta Swierzyna 07773042646
mswierzyna@gmail.com
Thursday 11 September

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Many older people never talk to anyone for months at a time. Learn how to be a Memory Catcher for the Fun Palace weekend and beyond. Includes: tips on how to listen from the Oral History Society (11 Sept), a presentation on the issues faced by older people from Contact the Elderly (18 Sept), methods and approach for starting conversations with Mo Gallaccio (25 Sept) and Vestry House Museum will talk through the photographs and memorabilia that will be available on the day (2 Oct).
2.00 pm - 4.00 pm
FREE
Mo Gallaccio 020 85213211
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Every week for 4 weeks