Belsize Community Library
“Belsize Remembered” an illustrated talk by Ranee Barr who will take the audience through her journey compiling this unique book, which charts memories of Belsize from the 1930’s to the present day.
Thursday, 18th October at 7.30 pm. Belsize Community Library, Antrim Road, NW3 4XN. Donation £3 and refreshments.
Burgh House & Hampstead Museum
The house and museum are open Wednesday to Friday & Sunday from 12.00pm until 5.00pm.
The Buttery Cafe opens as above plus Saturday. 10.00am until 5.00pm on weekdays and 9.30am until 5.30pm at the weekend.
The Springett Lecture on John Constable and Hampstead Heath’: Lindy Guinness, contemporary British painter, talks about her fascination with plain air painting and Constable’s passion for the Heath.
Wednesday, 25th October at 8pm. Free entry.
Regent’s Park Decorative & Fine Arts Society
Lectures in St John’s Wood Church Hall, St John’s Wood Roundabout NW8 7NE. Coffee is served from 7pm, lectures start 7:30pm.
The power and glory of our country houses: Anthony Russell, lecturer who assists the British Museum, celebrates these magnificent buildings.
Tuesday, 6th November
Belsize Community Choir
Join our inclusive community, pursuing choral excellence in a playful and relaxed way. To find out more, contact: 020 7431 7554 or email@example.com
Rehearsals on Thursdays between 7pm and 9pm at St Peter’s Church, Belsize Square, NW3
Hampstead Heath Croquet Club
This year Hampstead Heath Croquet Club celebrates ten years since its foundation. The season started on Saturday 21 April and finishes on Sunday 16 September 2018.
The Club hosts free sessions for anyone who wants to try out the game on the first Sunday of the month during the season at Golders Hill Park and new members are always welcome. For further details, go to www.hampsteadheathcroquetclub.org.uk.
To book use of the lawns and the equipment at Golders Hill Park independently telephone 07786 583990 (Golders Hill Park staff mobile).
Primrose Hill Childrens’ Choir
Have fun, boost confidence and learn to sing well, improve teamwork and language skills, enjoy exciting performances and solo opportunities. Ages 4-11.
FIRST TIME FREE then £8 per week (siblings 50% off)
Wednesdays, 4.10 pm until 5.10 pm, from 12th September at St. Mary’s Church NW3 3DJ (enter via Primrose Hill Road).
Full details www.primrosehillchoirs.com, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, 07817 234925