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Another edition of the quarterly publication What’s On at the Library is now available from Waltham Forest Library Service.
You can find information about Cityread London 2013, reading groups in LBWF libraries, family arts and craft activities and Rhythm, Rap and Rhyme events.
A great range of stimulating and exciting things to explore within the context of your local library.
Look out for the featured history events – stories of migration, history of your house and Just Like Morris – great activities reminding us of our past and how our experiences now will affect all our futures.
Get to your library, get thinking – get informed and entertained in Waltham Forest!
As always Waltham Forest have produced a great holiday activity supplement to keep you informed about what is going on during the holiday break.
Choices of venue and a great range of activities for the the whole age range of your family. get your free e-copy of Easter Daze here.
Have a good seasonal break!
The Borough are holding a celebratory fireworks event this year on November 5th. You can download an LBWF event poster with the details here.
Date: 5 November 2012 Time: 5pm-10pm Location: Chestnuts Field, Waltham Forest Town Hall Complex, Forest Road, Walthamstow, E17 4JF Admission: Free Event 2012 has been an amazing year, and while we know it’s not over yet we want to help you round off the Olympic Year and our Big 6 celebrations with a BANG!
This year admission to the event is free for you and your family. And as well as a stunning fireworks display there’ll be music, entertainment, fairground rides and a wide range of refreshments to snack on, so come along and join the party!
A new edition of Summer Daze for 2012 is now available online from the Borough. Packed full of holiday activities, this Olympic Special Edition also features over 50 schools open for fun in the summer of 2012.
You can view, print or download a copy of this booklet here. (.pdf file)
You can read about how children can take part in the Going for Gold Challenge, as part of the Schools Open for Summer programme in Waltham Forest.
As well as a directory of activities by age group, there is also a great section on gettting around during The Olympics.
LBWF have a web page where you can read more about Summer Daze, as well as whats going on in local libraries, parks and the arts in Waltham Forest. You can read more here…
Summer Daze is always a great read for parents and carers, but it’s got lots more this year to find out about. Happy summer break!
You can find a new Dads Club calendar on our main web site.
We have some great treats planned, right through to March so far. Whether you are a Cheeky Cooker, a Bubble Artist or just want to find a good read read in the library – them join the Dads Club here.
On March 12th we’ll be going to Brooks Farm in Leyton – bring some snacks with you…and watch out for the pink pig!
A new edition of Autumn Daze is now available online to download. See more here for the 2011 edition.
This great Waltham Forest publication offers parents and carers information about activities available on the borough for the forthcoming half-term break.
There are details of things to do for children under five, for children between five and ten years, as well as for young people aged eleven to nineteen years of age.
You can also find activities for the whole family – from Brooks Farm activity sessions to spectacular firework display.
You are invited to the opening of our new wildlife learning environment at Barclay Children Centre.
Come along on Thursday 7th July 2011, between 4pm and 7 pm.
Pay a visit to the bug hotel, check out the wildlife garden and see our fantastic recycled materials sculptures.
Every one is welcome and we hope to see you there! See your invitation here.
The Barclay Team
You can view and download your copy of May Daze here.
If you are looking for activities during the coming half term break, then the Waltham Forest May Daze is a great resource.
It has activities available during the week for children and young people of all ages, from the under 5′s to the 11-19 age group.
Whether your children are passionate about football and fitness, badminton and bouncy castles or just a classic story time – you’ll find it in May Daze.
You can get Adobe Reader for free here – helping make our information accessible.
Have a happy and active half term break.
National Family Week is a series of events and activities designed to bring families together, provide inspirational family fun and let you have access to some family focused special offers too.
The campaign website is available here at www.nationalfamilyweek.co.uk
The mixture of live events and venues participating are supported by politicians, celebrities and a large array of companies and service providers from all sectors. You can see their support here.
There is sure to be an event during the week near you and you can use the National Family Week web site to check out your area.
You can also register your own event or activity on the site too.
Have a great time celebrating National Family Week this summer.
Our first Dads Club after the holiday will be on Saturday 15th January 2011.
We’ll meet as usual from 10.00 to 12.00, with the first club activity being cooking.
So come along and test your culinary skills together.
We’ll be looking to have some fun and perhaps taste some of those great creations.
(Keep your eye on our Dads Club page on the main website – we’ll publish a new calendar of activities really soon).
See you there.
The Barclay Team