Friday, 4 July 2008

The Greenwich Gazette's WeekEnd Guide

Saturday 5, July 2008

Albany Gardens (Sat & Sun): fun and games for all the family. Events run from 2-5pm and include games, DJs, live music, clowns, BBQ. crafts and circus workshops. On Sunday at 1pm the Madcap Mardi Gras parade will make its way down Deptford High Street. Details on 020 8692 1632

Museum in Docklands: Exploring History. Open day of drop-in talks, workshops & walks exploring the area and its history. In partnership with the Open University. 10:30am. Museum in Docklands, West India Quay, E14. Book: 0870 444 3855

Greenwich Heritage Centre: Wet Felt: make a felted purse with material packs available at £1.75 each. 2-4pm. £5. Greenwich Heritage Centre, Royal Arsenal, SE18. Bookings: 020 8854 2452

Jumble Sale: St. George's Church, Kirkside Road, SE3. 11am-1pm

Big Dance Gillett Square: 2 - 4pm African styles fusion with Dancemaster Ngozi and international percussionist Aaron Tanice (open to all levels and abilities). 4.30 - 6.30pm Turkish and Kurdish traditional dance with artists from the Refugee Arts Project (no previous experience necessary). Free event. For more info click here.

Sunday July 6, 2008

Blackheath Get Together: Free activities, sports taster sessions & live entertainment. 11-4pm. Blackheath, Shooters Hill Road. Free event. For more info see:

Big Dance Gillet Square: RUMBA WORKSHOPS Bombo Productions and Cubacheche presents - a day of Afro-Cuban drum and dance11am - 12pm Beginners dance workshop in the Vortex 1 - 2.30pm Rumba dance for those with some expereince in Gillett Square 3.15 - 5pm Performance with Los Rumberitos De Londres. For more info, click here.

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