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October 2014

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Quirky performance Family Theatre - Jack at the Beanstalk Cafe
1400-1500, Northwood Community Arts
Jack at the Beanstalk Cafe is a story telling performance, perfect for children aged from 4 – 8 years and their families.
Mon
27
We Need You
1400-1500, Oak Farm Library
Create a recruitment poster for World War 1
Bookstart Rhymetime
1100-1230, Oak Farm Library
Come and join us for songs and play for the under 2's and meet other mums/carers for coffee and chat. Term time only.
Disability Reading and Writing Group
1400-1530, Hillingdon Sports and Leisure Complex
Reading and Writing group for people with disabilities, consisting of fun and interactive activities.
Ruislip Manor Rhyme Time
1415-1445, Ruislip Manor Library
Singing and stories for pre-school children in a friendly and relaxed environment.
Reading group
1900-2000, Ruislip Manor Library
Monthly
Tue
28
Quest for the First World War
1030-1130, West Drayton library
Free interactive drama workshop
Glory Days
1400-1500, Charville Library
Computer game for children
Talking books to talk about
1030-1200, Uxbridge library
An audio reading group
Wed
29
Read out Loud
1000-1200, Yeading Library
Reading thought provoking poetry and prose together in a group and then having a discussion on what we read
Rhythm & Rhyme
1030-1130, Botwell Green Library
For children up to 2 years
Thu
30
Biggles flies again
1030-1200, Local Studies, Uxbridge Library
Children's craft session on the RAF
Animal stories from the web
1400-1500, Charville Library
For age 6 to 11 years.
WW1 poem plus M Morpurgo
1400-1500, South Ruislip Library
Children's session.
Glory Days
1500-1600, Ickenham Library
Football in times of war
Empire, Faith and War: The Sikhs and World War I
1800-1930, Botwell Green Library
An illustrated talk by Parmjit Singh
Stories, songs and crafts
1030-1130, Botwell Green Library
For children 3-4 years
Reading group
1400-1500, Manor Farm Library
A different book each month
Fri
31
Find your world war 1 ancestors online.
1000-1200, Harlington Library
Booking essential.
Life in the Trenches
1930-2200, Uxbridge Library
Author Peter Hart

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