Posts Tagged ‘learning’
The borough have just published the first in a new series of quarterly guides for events at local libraries.
The current guide, for January to March 2013, gives you information about books, events, courses and web sites that are useful for children, mums and dads too.
Whether you want a course to help you get on top of your finances, a book launch event about Serbian Fairy Tales or a cartoon Comic Lab – then the new guide is for you.
We are delighted to let you know that school will be open on the morning of Tuesday 22nd. January.
(Did you know that the Borough has a great set of Leisure and Culture pages?)
A great source of things to do in Waltham Forest when the weather is bad, or the holidays are approaching).
October 2012 will see a wide range of activities and events to celebrate Black History Month in Waltham Forest. The theme this year is ‘The Legacy of Independence’.
Inside you will find events for children and families, history events and film screenings and workshops. Some events will charge a small entrance fee, but those taking place in Borough libraries and at the Vestry House Museum are free.
Waltham Forest have a complete diary web page for Black History Month events, making it easy to find an event near you – find it online here.
For parents, carers and with some titles for children, the Borough library service have created a recommended reading list for the month. You can see it here…
The William Morris Gallery in Waltham Forest has a new web site. You can see it here. Exhibitions and hands-on family activities.
The William Morris Gallery – in Walthamstow, London, the place of Morris’ birth – has been transformed to create a new world-class destination and international centre of excellence for the study of Morris, where visitors can enjoy the most intense and personal encounter with one of the foremost creative artists and original thinkers of the nineteenth century.
Whether you are interested in art and design, in exploring the history of the Borough through Morris’s work or just to visit and have a cup of tea in the refreshed cafe, then the gallery website is a great learning place to start with.
You can find more information about William Morris and his impact on art and culture here, courtesy of Wikipedia…