• Kaleidoscope Festival is set to happen on Saturday July 24, making it the first big London festival after social-distancing rules. Looks like it's going to be an amazing event! You can read about all details and book your tickets here: https://kaleidoscope-festival.com/
  • With its long and fascinating history (dating back to the 12th century), Barnet’s traditional food market is a lively community hub. Now located by the bandstand at the back of The Spires, it’s an ideal starting point for local food shopping with plenty of fresh seasonal produce – plus some decent coffee from the Smart Coffee Company. The next Market is tommorow (June 2). https://fobm.co.uk/
  • The Duke of Edinburgh will be honoured with a three minute silence at 3pm on Saturday April 17. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/prince-philip-death-funeral-3-minute-silence-april-17th-b929005.html
  • 'From May 19, Shakespeare’s Globe will be presenting live productions including ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’, ‘Romeo & Juliet’ and ‘Twelfth Night’. New safety measure have been introduced at the theatre, with staggered arrival times, allocated entrances, no intervals, pre-ordered drinks, and, for the initial period of opening, seating in the Yard (normally standing-only)'. There is possibility to book the tickets via website: https://www.shakespearesglobe.com/discover/blogs-and-features/2021/03/24/announcing-summer-2021-at-the-globe/
  • I'd like to plan something special for my mum on Mother's Day this year. Any ideas please?
  • Chinese New Year family fun activities: We warmly invite families, friends, children to join us for the celebration of the Year of OX. 9:30am-12pm Saturday 13 February on Zoom Watch Lion dancing closely from home, learn how to do Chinese cooking, making Chinese dumplings the traditional way, have a few rounds of big fun quizzes time, making Chinese new year decoration, uncover why 副fú Fortune is hang upside down.... 😊 FREE to join, no booking required. 🔔🔔🔔Please use child first name and age as attendees name to be admitted by the host. Video must be turned on so we can see the children are with us enjoying the fun. 🐂 By attending this event you agree that you are happy to show us pictures of the Chinese cooking you or your children made, their craft work, and give us the consent for possible use of these images on our school website, social media, and press release. 🌟Children can have a little research and read about the details of the Great Race, facts on Chinese new year for the quizzes. ☺️ ❤️ You will need internet and Zoom access and prepare some materials as suggested in the list attached. If you want to learn how to make Chinese dumplings, please have a look at this video and prepare some ingredients before hand https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=zu8n9j2F1WA We are looking forward to share a great time together
  • Laura C @LauraC2 East Barnet updated 8 months ago
    My grandaughter is very bored. Has anyone got some creative ideas for doing something a bit different for a 8 year old’s girl during this lockdown? She’s finding it all a bit tough at the moment and I’d love to cheer her up by doing something other than our usual long walk.
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