This week is not only about What’s On but also What do you know? Because …There’s a special Mill event on Friday 14 October – a Fifth Anniversary edition of the ever-popular Mill Quiz. Places for teams of 4 are limited – and going fast – so make sure to read all about it below and book your place.
Everyone is welcome Tuesday-Friday from 10am-6pm, and Saturday and Sunday from 10am-2pm. You can borrow a book from the honesty library, bring your little ones to enjoy all the toys in the playroom, make a cuppa and have a chat – and we also have leaflets, flyers and posters on display so you can find out what else is going on throughout Waltham Forest.
All week – except Monday
On Tuesday-Friday, and Saturday and Sunday you can view the new exhibition on the walls of the living-room – Tales From the Marsh which unearths the magnetic pull of Walthamstow and Leyton Marshes in this collage of local people’s narratives, reminiscence, poetry, artwork and photographs. The exhibition will continue until early December.
Monday 10 October (evening only and booking required)
6pm-7pm – Gentle Yoga – Learn some gentle healing poses and relaxation techniques, which you can also do safely at home. Classes are small (up to 8 students), so you will get plenty of individual attention. £10 drop in or £9 with a loyalty card. For more information and to book your place send an email to:email@example.com
7pm-8.30pm – Ashtanga Yoga – This class is also led by Josetta who specialises in teaching beginners this dynamic style of yoga, but all levels are catered for.Regular students buy ten week loyalty cards for a discounted £10 per class. Drop-ins are also welcome, space permitting for £11. This class is for anyone with little or no experience of either yoga or Ashtanga yoga, as well as for those who wish to develop their practice. For more information and to book your place send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
7pm-9pm – Make Your Mark –The second in a course of four drawing classes. There are sometimes places available for those who have not previously attended. Click here to find out more, and then contact the tutor Jason Hawkridge by email or ring him on 07786 49500 if you would like to start attending or would like to know about future classes – and to check if this class is at The Mill or at The Chequers (the venue alternates).
Tuesday 11 October
4pm-7pm – Community Acupuncture Clinic – This community clinic offers low cost, professional acupuncture treatments making treatments affordable to everyone . Patients receive treatments in small groups in reclining chairs or on massage tables distributed in the same room. You decide what you can afford on a sliding scale between £20-£40. No income verification or questions asked. Bookings are by appointment only and there are limited spaces, so to book visit: www.daonuacupuncture.com or phone: 07809211013.
Wednesday 12 October
10am-12.00pm – The New Parents Social Drop In is an informal coffee morning for parents of pre-crawling babies to get to know others who are also welcoming a new little person into their family. . Contact Jo at email@example.com for further information.
10am-2pm – Community Voices – A programme of ESOL, aimed at migrant women of all backgrounds who want to integrate into their community, train as a volunteer, run local community events and gain an ESOL speaking qualification. The level is intermediate, Entry 3/Level 1. For more details please contact Hilary on 0207 2756750
12pm-2pm – Laughter Club – Meets weekly and is for people to socialise and make new friends and enjoy pleasant company. Set up originally for people who are on employment support allowance on the work programme with SEETEC, but others are welcome. For more information email.
2pm-5pm – Mill Radio – A small group that meets at the Mill to make recorded programmes for podcast (distribution on the Internet) and distribution by means of free CDs at the Mill reception desk. Our aim is to explore issues that matter to local people, give a platform to local creative talent and engage in informal chat about all our lives, interests and opinions. Please check out our past programmes at Millradio.com and join us on the second Wednesday of each month between 2.00 and 5.00 pm to make new ones. For more information contact Adele Tinman – firstname.lastname@example.org
6.30pm-8pm – Knitting Drop-In – Suitable for experienced knitters or the complete beginner. Support and teaching where required. Everyone welcome for £1 donation. For more information email – or just come along.
Thursday 13 October
12pm-1.30pm – Words, Conversation and Scrabble group – Come along to gain confidence in spoken English, or simply if you enjoy a good game of Scrabble to help improve your vocabulary. All nationalities welcome. For more information contact Adele Tinman: email@example.com
12pm-2pm Asian Women’s Support Group – A group for Asian women to socialise and learn skills. For more information and to check if the session is taking place, contact Amarjit: firstname.lastname@example.org
4pm-5.30pm –Junior Art Club – These after-school sessions are for young people aged 6+ who want to have fun making art. There are limited places so, please, click here for more information about how to book.
Friday 14 October
10.00am-1pm – Knitting Group – Suitable for experienced knitters or the complete beginner. Support and teaching where required. Everyone welcome for £1 donation. For more information email – or just come along.
10am-2pm – Community Voices – A programme of ESOL, aimed at migrant women of all backgrounds who want to integrate into their community, train as a volunteer, run local community events and gain an ESOL speaking qualification. The level is intermediate, Entry 3/Level 1. For more details; please contact Hilary on 0207 2756750
1.30pm-2.30pm – Learn Urdu – Asima Baig is a qualified experienced Pakistani Urdu teacher. £1 donation to The Mill. For more information email: email@example.com or ring 07450 282735
7pm-10pm – Mill Fifth Anniversary Quiz. A spcial Fifth Anniversary edition of the ever-popular Mill Quiz. Places for teams of 4 are limited – and going fast – so make sure to book by calling in or emailing the organiser, Adele Tinman. Tickets are £5 per person, payable on the door, but booking is essential. This year, in honour of the 2016 Olympics, winning teams will “medal” … !
Saturday 15 October
10am – 11am – Spanish for you … Español para usted. Classes run by a native Spanish speaker for beginners and improvers (of any age) The cost is £6 per session (6 week term payable in advance). You are welcome to come along to a class and try it out. For more information or to enrol please contact: Roxana – 07709937543 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday 16 October
10.30am-11.30am – Stay, play and protest – is an informal drop-in for parents and their children with a twist – we’ll be talking about things that make our lives difficult and how as a group we can make them better. The group is open to anyone with children under 18, although you don’t have to bring the kids along to attend.