The evening will include a showing of Amelie and there will be servings of French Onion Soup available.
Bursting with imagination and having seen her share of tragedy and fantasy, Amelie is not like the other girls. When she grows up she becomes a waitress in a Montmartre bar run by a former dancer. Amelie enjoys simple pleasures until she discovers that her goal in life is to help others. To that end, she invents all sorts of tricks that allow her to intervene incognito into other people's lives, including an imbibing concierge and her hypochondriac neighbour. But Amelie's most difficult case turns out to be Nino Quicampoix, a lonely sex shop employee who collects photos abandoned at coin-operated photo booths.
Friday 21st June sees The Carnival Band performing at the Community Centre. Tickets are £12 in advance and £15 on the door. Children's tickets are £5.
A Carnival Band concert is a kaleidoscope of instrumental and vocal colour, crossing continents, travelling through time, and bending the rules
Between them the band’s musicians have a track record in folk, contemporary, classical, baroque, medieval and Arabic music. Moving effortlessly from one to another they add a sprinkling of rock, world music and theatricality for extra flavour. Their own songs draw on this rich palette, perfectly complementing the music of earlier centuries and other cultures and bringing their repertoire right up to date.
From the vibrant blare of shawms, bagpipes and electric guitar to the seductive tones of Turkish clarinet and fiddle and the enchanting delicacy of the renaissance cittern, The Carnival Band mix and match their collection of over twenty instruments, adding vocal harmony to create an astonishing range of sounds.
We have been lucky to have had Sheila come into the cafe and demonstrate the ways to pot up and on and so our next talk will be 7th May. Mick from Rhos Market Garden will be in to talk about growing organic Veg.
These talks coincide with our Garden Market. This includes plant sale and seed swap. Please see poster below.
Hannah at Knighton Library is holding an Easter egg hunt on Tuesday 18th April from 3:30 - 4:30pm
for ages 4-11 and its completely free! If you know of any youngsters who would love this then pop on down.
The next film to grace the Community centre will be WIDOWS - A police shootout leaves four thieves dead during an explosive armed robbery attempt in Chicago. Their widows -- Veronica, Linda, Alice and Belle -- have nothing in common except a debt left behind by their spouses' criminal activities. Hoping to forge a future on their own terms, Veronica joins forces with the other three women to pull off a heist that her husband was planning.
Doors open 7pm for 7:30pm start
Are you at least 12 years old and in year 8 , looking for fun, friendship and adventure then come along and see us at the rear of the community centre any Wednesday night between 7 and 9 pm.
I'm a little late to post in February but we have been very busy last month!
This month we have the Developing a Voice in Writing class at the community centre and French classes will start at the end of the month.
As usual we have our regular users here every week and to add to this we have been joined by a Neuro chat café from the Stroke Association who will be in the Reynolds Room on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month.
In addition to the Tuesday Library café the Job Club will be there to help support people looking for work, creating CV's and helping people through Universal Credit.
Our latest project to start will be Intergenerational Work with Cymryd Rhan - The first session will be Thursday 28th February - Young children, Childminders and elderly are welcomed to come along and see what the sessions hold.
We are very much looking forward to working with all these amazing service providers to create the Hub the Comm is becoming!