Dates for the Diary

Happy New Year to you all! We hope you have all enjoyed a lovely Christmas with your friends and families and have safely arrived in 2022. Let’s hope this year will see us going back to some normality in our daily lives. 

We have an interesting program lined up for you in the last three months of the membership year and hope to see you all at one of the meetings or social events. As always, changes to the regular meeting times or locations for any of the club activities are noted in pink. And remember that the monthly meetings will be held at the Church Hall of Our Lady of Victories in Fairfield Road from this month! 

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* * * J A N U A R Y  * * *

Craft Club

6th January, 2.30pm – The first meeting of the year will see the craft club getting together at the Greenhouse Cafe at the Langton Garden Centre for coffee and a planning meeting to decide on a meeting location for the rest of the year. Bring your knitting if you like!

Book Club

13th January, 2.30pm –  The Book Club is now settling down in the diary on the 2nd Thursday of the month and will continue to meet at the Greenhouse Cafe at the Langton Garden Centre. The January Book of the Month will be ‘The Guest List’ by Lucy Foley.

The Guest List

January Social Event

19th January, 7pm – For our next social event we will be meeting at the Bulls Head in Clipston for Dinner and an evening of Skittles. Participants need to make sure that they have submitted their dinner choice by 10th January at the latest. And if you have not already signed up for this event, please email marketharboroughwi@gmail.com for details. 

Monthly Meeting

26th January, 7.30pm – If January is the month that leaves you a bit depressed or out of sorts then we hope you’ll find our January session helpful. We are kicking the program for the New Year off with a talk by Carmen Harrington about the benefits of Hypnotherapie and how the technique can help restore balance and calm in times of stress. And remember – this meeting will take place at the new location!

* * * F E B R U A R Y  * * *

Craft Club

3rd February, 7pm – Save the day and watch this space! We’ll kick off the Craft Club program for the year and will update you with the plans and location as soon as possible.

Book Club

10th February, 2.30pm –  The February Book of the Month will be ‘I Am an Island’ by Tamsin Calidas

Book Club February 2022

The Book Club will be meeting as usual at the Greenhouse Cafe at the Langton Garden Centre.

Monthly Meeting

23rd February, 7.30pm – Our February monthly meeting will be just the thing to get you started on a good wardrobe rediscovery journey in time for spring. We have planned a session with Annette from Colourworks, who is going to give a presentation on the various colours that suit people and then will talk about “Green and Glam” which involves tips on recycling our wardrobes, how to reuse some of our existing clothes and tips on how to restyle them.  

* * * M A R C H  * * *

Craft Club

3rd March, 7pm – Save the day and watch this space! We’ll kick off the Craft Club program for the year and will update you with the plans and location as soon as possible.

Book Club

10th March, 2.30pm –  The Book of the Month for March will be ‘The Glorious Guiness Girls’ by Emi Hourican

Book Club March 2022

The Book Club will be meeting as usual at the Greenhouse Cafe at the Langton Garden Centre.

Monthly Meeting

23rd March, 7.30pm – In March we will welcome Yuko Dixon, who lives in Leicestershire and runs a Japanese Dining Sevice and Cookery School. Yuko will give us an introduction to Japanese culture and then a cooking demonstration – and of course you’ll be able to sample her dishes! Just so that we can plan the amount of food required we will ask you to let us know if you are coming nearer the time.

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We’ll be updating the ‘Dates for the Diary’ post on a monthly basis, so keep an eye on the website for the latest news. And please remember to let us know if your contact details change so that you won’t be missing out!

 

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