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Events for February 2017

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Thursday 2 February

RA Library - EVERY THURSDAY 2 FEBRUARY-27 APRIL

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Every Thursday 10-10.30am & 10.45-11.15am Sing Song Time Garden Suburb Community Library, 15 The Market Place. A first library activity for under-threes and their grown-ups. Rhyme, rhythm and repetition are all fundamental to a baby’s speech and language development. Sharing rhythms and singing songs help babies to develop listening and concentration skills. Admission free.

Friday 3 February

Highgate Gallery - PAINTINGS FROM SOVIET RUSSIA 1950-1980

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In the year of the centenary of the Russian Revolution, Highgate Gallery is delighted to host an exhibition of works by members of the Artists’ Union of St Petersburg 1950-1980.

FELLOWSHIP HOUSE CLUB - EVERY FRIDAY 3 FEBRUARY-28 APRIL

2:30pm at Fellowship House. See full details...
Enjoy an hour of classical music on disc, followed by a friendly cup of tea. Admission for members £1.

RA Library Book Club

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Garden Suburb Community Library, 15 The Market Place. A different book every month, discussed over cake and tea. Pick up a copy of the current book at the HGS Library and join us on the first Friday of each month. Admission free.

Sunday 5 February

Borough Councillors' Surgery

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Borough Councillors' Surgery at HGS Trust offices. Ask for advice on local problems.

The History and Topography of the Hampstead Heath Ponds

10:30am See full details...
Meet at Burgh House. A Heath & Hampstead Society walk, led by Marc Hutchinson, Chairman of the Heath & Hampstead Society and Secretary of the Hampstead Heath Winter Swimming Club. Suggested minimum donation £5 per adult. Info 07941 528 034; email hhs.walks@gmail.com

Highgate Gallery - Gallery Talk: "The Post War Avant-Garde in Soviet Russia" with Dr Elizaveta Butakova Kilgarriff

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Dr Elizaveta Butakova Kilgarriff, visiting lecturer at the Courtauld Institute, will talk about Socialist Realism. John Barkes, curator of Highgate Gallery’s current exhibition PAINTINGS FROM SOVIET RUSSIA 1950-1980, will share the platform giving his insights into the Soviet art education system.

Wihan Quartet and Gemma Rosefield - cello

7:30pm at Henrietta Barnett School Hall. See full details...
Presented by the Mill Hill Music Club. Rachmaninoff - String Quartet No 1; Glazunov: String Quartet in A Maj Op 39; Schubert - String Quartet in C Op 163 D956. Admission £15. To book 020 8959 3866 or online www.millmusicclub.co.uk

Tuesday 7 February

RA Library - EVERY TUESDAY 7 FEBRUARY-25 APRIL

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10:15-10:45am Story/Song Time Garden Suburb Community Library, 15 The Market Place, NW11 6LB. We welcome toddlers and their carers into a warm, friendly group. We provide rhythm and rhyme making activities alongside both new and familiar songs, and an introduction into the world of exciting and boundless stories beyond home provision. Come and join us for some fun with your little ones. Admission free.

Residents Association - Council Meeting

8pm at Fellowship House. See full details...
Hear Suburb issues debated and raise your concerns at Question Time (8.05pm).

Saturday 11 February

Valentine-themed “Strictly” Modern Jive Dancing night

at Free Church Hall. See full details...
7.45pm-11pm: Free Church Hall, Northway NW11. Dance with a fun beginner/ice-breaker class. Nearly 3 hours of freestyle jive with fun music. Beginners, pros, people with two left feet welcome! No need to bring a partner. Doors open 7.15pm. £20. Book via www.facebook.com/jivepartyinlondon Book early, pay less. Tel: 020 7183 6654.

Tuesday 14 February

Garden Suburb Theatre - The Baker Street Irregulars by Eric Cole

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Also at 14.30pm on 18 February. Venue: The Lund Theatre, University College School, Frognal, Hampstead NW3 6XH. Sherlock Holmes is missing, presumed dead, after a fight with his arch-enemy Moriarty. But a group of teenagers, who Sherlock befriended - the Baker Street Irregulars - don't believe he is really dead and convene at his home to investigate further. Admission £12, £10. To book 020 7723 6609. https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/gardensuburbtheatre www.gardensuburbtheatre.org

Thursday 16 February

Free Church - Thursday Fellowship social afternoon

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Venue: Free Church Rooms. Topic - Michele Wolf "Life in Verse".

Historical Association - The French Invasion of England in 1216-1217

8pm at Fellowship House. See full details...
Venue: Fellowship House, 136A Willifield Way, NW11 6YD. The speaker, Dr Sean McGlynn MA, PhD, FRHS, is author of the first book on the little-known French occupation of England in 1216, which was tied into the story of ‘bad’ King John and the Barons’ Revolt. Sean is a regular contributor to History Today, BBC History, English Historical Review, History and other journals. He lectures in History at The Open University and the University of Plymouth at Strode College where he teaches a module on King John. He has published widely on King John and is academic advisor to Salisbury Cathedral's Magna Carta 800 projects, writing the cathedral's official Magna Carta guide. All lectures are followed by free refreshments. Visitors are welcome £3.00, members of Fellowship House £1.00. There is no difficulty parking.

Tuesday 21 February

Wednesday 22 February

HGS Astronomical Society - The Juno Mission

8pm at Free Church Hall. See full details...
Venue: The Oriel Room, Free Church Hall, Northway NW11. Talk by Roger O'Brien of the Open University.

HGS Astronomical Society - Thirteen Journeys through Space and Time

8pm at Free Church Hall. See full details...
Venue: The Oriel Room, Free Church Hall, Northway NW11. Christmas Lectures from the Royal Institution. Talk by Colin Stuart FRAS.

Thursday 23 February

Horticultural Society - OUTING TO ANGLESEY ABBEY

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A coach outing to see the stunning display of snowdrops and winter colour at this National Trust property. Full details later. Info: 020 8455 0455.

The Finchley Society meeting

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Venue: Avenue (Stephens ) House, East End Road N3 3QE. The Finchly Society presents 1) Air Pollution study of North Finchley - Chris Church. 2) Presentation by pupils of the Archer Academy about East Finchley. Admission £2 non-members.To book 020 8883 3381.

Friday 24 February

Free Church - String Quartet - David Richmond and friends

1pm at The Free Church. See full details...
Lunch in support of Christian Aid served at 12.15

Tuesday 28 February

'Two Talking Heads', a Fellowship House Talk

2:30pm at Fellowship House. See full details...
Extracts from Alan Bennet's famous monologues. Presenters: Kay Moore & Paula Morris