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The Craft Beer Co. Clerkenwell
Hello Old-School Music Lovers, We’re really excited to host our board gaming night; the previous ones were great successes, so come along to another night of fun with the backdrop of your favourite old-school music!! 5 Reasons why you should come to the board gaming night 1. Where else in London are you going to find great people playing board games with the best beats? 2. Professional like-minded people get together, socialise, have fun and make genuine connections. 3. We have a great selection of games our selection includes, Pictionary, Scrabble, Wordwise, Monopoly, Jenga, Chess and many more. 4. There are games for two players upwards, last time our largest game had 12 players, so we’re aiming to beat that. 5. Playing board games is great for brain function as it stimulates areas responsible for complex thought and memory. On the night • The host will greet you and introduce you to other people, so if you’re coming on your own or as a group you will be taken care of, that’s our promise. • When you arrive, let us know what game you want to play and we’ll do our best to make sure that happens. • If you would like to bring your own board game, please feel free to do so, as we know there are lots of great board games out there. • Please order drinks and snacks from downstairs to make sure we can continue to use this venue. • If you would like to order food in from a local eatery, we have a selection of menus that you can choose from, as meals are not served at the venue. Note- please cancel your RSVP if you can’t make it, there are a limited number of spaces, so book early to avoid disappointment. Tickets are only £8.00 Get your tickets by going to: https://board-games-with-old-school-music.eventbrite.co.uk We’re really looking forward to seeing those of you who have attended previous meetups again, and those of you for which it will be your first time.
"The Krios of Sierra Leone" exhibition is currently being hosted at the Museum of London Docklands. Join me and celebrate Black History Month at the Museum of London Event is free talks, tours and displays. “The story of the Krio people of Sierra Leone has been largely overlooked in the history books but is of huge significance when looking at the story of not only the museum and the surrounding Docks, but of migration and the slave trade in London.” Melissa Bennett, Programme Manager https://www.museumoflondon.org.uk/discover/meet-krios-sierra-leone-docklands Explore the history of the Krio people of Sierra Leone and discover the dress, architecture, language, lifestyle and tradition of their community in the London, Sugar and Slavery gallery’s latest display at the Museum of London Docklands. https://www.thekrios.com/ Price: Free We can go for a meal afterwards (African/Caribbean). See you there. Leslie http://www.westafricacooks.com/africa/
Join us for an inspiring musical line-up, home-cooked Liberian food, a charity raffle, and more. Proceeds from this concert will benefit the children at Mother Blessings Orphanage in Mount Barclay, Liberia. Performances by world-renowned musicians: Otto and the Mutapa Calling (marimba band) Mosi Conde (kora) Kamilla Arku (piano) Alice Zawadzki (vocals/violin) Stephen Kovacevich (piano) Ayo Vincent (piano) World Heart Beat Music Academy Don't miss out on Music for Liberia’s biggest event of the year - get your ticket now! Tickets: £7-15 www.musicforliberia.com/events Follow: @musicforliberia #Music4LIB
The Commonwealth Fair is organised annually. The Fair is always a special, enjoyable occasion demonstrating the vigour, the diversity and the splendour of the Commonwealth countries. This year the fair will be hosted by the Bangladesh High Commission and will feature crafts, food and music representative of many of the Commonwealth countries. As well as providing a unique opportunity for the public to enjoy the food and entertainment of the participating countries and to obtain their specialized products, the Fair has a more serious aim. This is to raise funds to assist, through the Commonwealth Girls Education Fund, with the secondary education of disadvantaged girls with potential to achieve high academic success in their homelands, thus enabling them to become agents of positive change in their own countries and the world. FOR STALLHOLDERS: Are you interested in showcasing your products at the Fair? Get in touch now for details. https://www.cgefund.org/library/news/events-and-fundraisers/ccl-fair-2019 Entry fee (Adult) £5.00, (Children) £3.00. Profits from the fair will go to the Commonwealth Girls Education Fund.