Everyone is invited to come along for a free pedal-powered film screening of Ratatouille by the bandstand in Myatt’s from 2.30pm to 5pm on Sunday, 17th March.
The Little Cat Cafe will be serving popcorn and ratatouille to go with the film and fuel those who would like to power our pedal-powered cinema. Don't worry about the weather, we will put up a marquee...And if you get cold, you will just have to pedal a bit faster!
This event is part of Camberwell Free Film Cinema. If anyone can volunteer to pedal the bike, or help set up at 1pm and take down from 5pm please contact Aleksandra via email.
LIBRARIES DAY MONDAY 11TH MARCH 1pm to 8pm
Come and see our fantastic library and help make the Minet the best that it can be!
The council has now agreed budgets for all of Lambeth’s libraries and needs your help to decide the next steps about:
How the library can better serve you and your community
People will be available to talk to you and get your views, ideas, proposals and opinions about the decisions that need to be made together.
It’s your library and we want to know what you would like to see it provide.
Expanded community use?
Changes to opening hours?
What sort of books do you want?
During the day there will be:
Story telling for children by Penny Levick
An exhibition of local history
Bookreading of ‘Vauxhall’ by the author Gabriel Gbadamosi
LITTLE CAT CAFÉ AND TAKE AWAY
The Little Cat Café will open from 11am to 4pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday throughout March.
The take away menu for this week will be a delicious slow cooked lamb massaman curry and stir fried vegetables with chilli paste and basil. Portions each serve two people and cost £5 for meat curries and £3.50 for vegetable curries. To pre-order text Monique on (number no longer available) or just turn up and buy your food from noon on Friday or all day on Saturday or Sunday.
FOOD SESSIONS AT THE PARK
Everyone is welcome to come along and learn how to make food from the Ivory Coast at our Food Heroes programme this Saturday (9th March).
The sessions are open to everyone – come along and help cook, or just turn up and eat at noon if you want to. You don’t need to be an expert cook, we design the sessions so people can just roll up their sleeves and help with chopping, stirring and eating!
We pay food heroes £40 to teach other people about the food they know and love. No experience is needed and you will be supported by our food manager Fiorella Fronzi during the session. If you are interested in becoming a food hero please emailFiorella Fronzi.
FAMILY COOK AND EAT BREAKFAST CLUB
We’ll be meeting up to make breakfast together at the family cook and eat breakfast club this Friday (March 8th) from 9am in the Mulberry Centre. The family cook and eat sessions allow children and adults to cook and eat together. Everyone welcome.
RETIRED PEOPLE'S LUNCH CLUB
Retired people are welcome to come and eat lunch made with vegetables and fruit from the greenhouse at the depot from noon each Friday. These sessions are informal and friendly and everyone is welcome.
The food sessions are funded by the Big Lottery Fund’s Local Food scheme.
Our free events for 2013 will include:
March 17th: screening of Ratatouille
June 2nd: Big Lunch
June 22nd: Summer fair and family fun day
August 25/26 Sleepover (dependent on funding)
14th September Harvest Festival
19th October Big Draw
15th December Christingle carol concert