- OUR WOMEN OF WISDOM
*Our Women Of Wisdom* This intergenerational event brings the Dynamic, Magnetic, Infinitely Creative Women among us together to share knowledge, to nurture, encourage self-love and inspire other women. Wouldn’t you like to have a safe space no matter the age to share your journey, stories, passions of which to empower and leave a legacy for women in our community? 💃🏾 We can all be inspired and learn from one another's experiences and wisdom no matter the age. Whether you are 15 or 65 this event is for you 👩🏾🦱👧🏾 Join us as we reveal the ' *4 Ages of A Woman*: Saturday 21st September. See the full day of events via the link. PLUS 🎫🎟🎫🎟🎫 *Sponsored Tickets from £7 Now Available. - Book yours today! (Limited amount available)* https://jus-tickets.com/events/our-women-of-wisdom Owow welcomes those from the age of 13 years and beyond- exchange knowledge and experiences to bridge the gap. #Enriching #Empoweringacommunity #Enlightening #OWOW #intergenerational
- Black History River Cruise 29th September (BHM Special)
Tickets available From Eventbrite.co.uk: A three-hour cruise along the Thames from Temple to Vauxhall to Greenwich and back highlighting the hidden African/Caribbean history on display... Your private double-decker boat will start from the Temple Pier near Temple tube station on the Embankment. Your six-mile round trip includes unobstructed and spectacular views of both sides of the Thames riverbanks. With special historical guests Phyliss Wheatley, Nanny of the Maroons, Mary Prince, Pharoah Ra'mun, and Olaudah Equiano, not only will you get a unique informed historical commentary as we cruise, but you can ask questions of three giants of African-American, Caribbean and Nigerian literature. The cruise will cover African Romans, ancient African art/engineering, Black Spitfire pilots, lost sugar warehouses, the Ivory trade, African diamonds, African Odysseys on the Southbank, the Apartheid Millenium Wheel, Olaudah Equiano, Nigerian oil, 20,000 Black people and their Day of Action, Civil Rights in the UK, Mary Seacole, To Sir With Love, Brown babies and Jim Crow, The Palace of Stolen Goods, West India Docks, Canary Wharf's African roots, Kings College's Caribbean connection, Guys Hospital and who really paid for it, the colour bar in nursing, Black Merchant Mariners, the river as a sewer, Black Shakespeare, Tate & Lyle and the Sugar Girls, Barbados and the National Rail Network, the REAL pirates of the Caribbean and much, much more! On this day we will pay special attention to the Windrush generation. On the way back we will be listening to some Lovers Rock and 90s Soul music. Proceeds from this event will go the Black History Walks fundraiser for plaques in honour of four Black historical heroes:
- Whitney-Queen of the Night
Taking us on a magical rollercoaster ride through three decades of classic hits, including Wanna Dance With Somebody, One Moment In Time, I'm Every Woman, My Love is Your Love, So Emotional Baby, Run To You, Saving All My Love, I Will Always Love You and many more, this show is a stunning celebration of the music and life of one of the greatest singers of our time.
- RUM and Reggae - 25th October
Ray Hues is a fantastic entertainer and soloist. He'll have up and out of your seats singing and miggling along to reggae tunes that melt your heart. The food here is great and the might is well worth it. Be sure to reserve your table early. Ref FOTC Meetup.