Monday, 17 March 2014

what's on in march

Did you have time to sew up your happiness heart or was there too much going on with a fab outing to new coffee shop Muxima, the Genesis Cinema for tea, a lively book club meeting and a quiet knit and natter. Now here we are already preparing for an EEWI meeting tomorrow - yes, tomorrow 18th March (eek!). We're focusing this month on women, and our main speaker photographer Trupti Patel who will tell us about her passion for Giving Women a Voice. We also have a speaker from charity Hestia which helps women who have been victims of domestic violence. As usual there will be time to have a drink, a chat and if we're lucky and somebody does a bit of baking, something sweet  - I'm still thinking of Emily's fabulous cake last month. As usual we're at St Margaret's House, 7 for 7.30pm start, refreshments available, guests welcome - £4 donation requested.

Our coffee morning is from 10.30pm Friday 21st March when we'll meet at new cafe "The Coffee Room" at 6 a Grove Road E3 (there's no sign yet, but it's painted grey and is opposite the bus terminus, so easy to get to)  All women welcome, all you have to do is buy your own coffee and join in the banter. 

Some more dates for your diary: 
Knit and Natter - Coborn Arms, Coborn Road E3, 6.30 - 8pm, Thurs 27th March.
Afternoon Tea - 3.30pm, Monday 7th April, venue to be confirmed. Let us know if there is somewhere you would like to go in particular.
Book Club -  7pm Wednesday 30th April, Anne Bronte's "Tenant of Wildfell Hall, contact us for venue if you want to join us.

Hope to see you tomorrow thoug if you are on honeymoon we'll let you off.

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