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- Event: Coach Trip to Welford Park for the Snowdrops Sunday 21 February
- Event: Gardeners' Question Time Thursday 24 March at 7:30pm at Fellowship House
- Event: 'Gardening for Wildlife', a Talk by Anne Luder Thursday 14 April at 7:30pm at Fellowship House
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- Event: Council Meeting Tuesday 1 March at 8pm at Fellowship House
- Event: Council Meeting Tuesday 2 February at 8pm Tuesday 1 March at 8pm Tuesday 5 April at 8pm Tuesday 3 May at 8pm Tuesday 7 June at 8pm Tuesday 5 July at 8pm Tuesday 6 September at 8pm at Fellowship House
- Event: Last copy date for What’s On in May, June & July Monday 14 March
- Event: Council Meeting Tuesday 5 April at 8pm at Fellowship House
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- Strategy Group: Final Report
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Hampstead Garden Suburb is located in North West London, England, approximately 7 miles from the centre of London. Founded in 1907 by Dame Henrietta Barnett, it is internationally recognised as one of the finest examples of early twentieth century domestic architecture and town planning, and home to approximately 13,000 people.
Highgate Gallery HLSI Members' Art Exhibition - Friday 5 to Thursday 18 FebruaryPrints, oils, pastels, photography and more … the talents of HLSI members are on show. Highgate Literary & Scientific Institution members – professional artists and accomplished amateurs alike – will display their work during the eighth Members’ Art Exhibition at the Highgate Gallery from 5 to 18 February 2016. Previous exhibitions, starting in 1996, were indicative of Highgate’s vibrant artistic life; the 2016 show will again demonstrate the many and varied talents of our members. Exhibitors’ work ranges from paintings, prints, collages, etchings and photographs to wall hangings. Throughout the exhibition, one of the artists will be on hand to welcome visitors to the Highgate Gallery and will be pleased to discuss the pieces on view. All works will be offered for sale. Details...
Traidcraft Sale and Coffee morning -10:30am at Free Church. Details...
Saturday 6 February
Fundraising Concert -7:30pm. Venue: St Michael's Church, Highgate N6 6BJ. Haydn Chamber Orchestra, Robin O'Neill, conductor. Guy Johnston plays Dvorak's Cello Concerto. Programme includes Mendelssohn's Symphony No 5 "Reformation". In aid of The Harrington Scheme and Noah's Ark Children's Hospice. £25, £20, £15 reserved; £10 unreserved. To book 020 8340 5643. www.hco.org.uk
Saturday 6 February
Heath & Hampstead Society monthly walk -10:30am. Meet outside the Brew House Café. How the Heath and Kenwood relate to each other (led by Thomas Radice Trustee of the Society). Admission £4. No booking needed. Info 07941 528 034
Sunday 7 February
We are what we eat, a Fellowship House talk -2:30pm at Fellowship House. Lorna Cox is a researcher on a Government survey into the national diet Details...
Tuesday 9 February
St Jude's Church Ash Wednesday -10am at St. Jude's Church. Details...
Wednesday 10 February
Humour : What social function does it serve? - a Fellowship House talk -2:30pm at Fellowship House. Speaker: Martin Aaron Details...
Tuesday 16 February
Garden Suburb Theatre Cabaret - Tuesday 16 to Saturday 20 February7:30pm. Tuesday 16th to Friday 19th February 7.30pm and Saturday 20th February 2.30 & 7.30pm. Venue: Lund Theatre, University College School, Frognal NW3 6XH. Cabaret is a musical and is based on John Van Druten's 1951 play, "I am a Camera", which was adapted from the short novel "Goodbye to Berlin" by Christopher Isherwood. Admission £12 (conc £10). To book 020 7723 6609. www.ticketsource.co.uk/gardensuburbtheatre
Free Church Thursday Fellowship -2:30pm. A cup of tea and a talk by Revd Dr Ian Tutton in Free Church Rooms.
Thursday 18 February
Historical Association Byzantium, the Forgotten Empire. -8pm at Fellowship House. Speaker: Professor Jonathan Harris (Royal Holloway College, University of London) is Professor of the History of Byzantium. Amongst the forgotten themes that he has studied are the Greek diaspora after the fall of Constantinople, Greek emigres in Renaissance Italy and just what is malmsey? Visitors are welcome £3, members of Fellowship House £1. To book 020 8455 8318 Details...
Thursday 18 February