This Week’s Events (17th-24th Feb)

==Tuesday 17th 8pm==
*Library House Collective Meeting*
We meet as an open collective every tuesday evening from 8pm to discuss use of the space, hear proposals, and if we’re lucky have some hot food  and a cuppa!

==Wednesday 18th 6pm==
*Cafe Marie + Cinema Libre*
As usual, this wednesday 6pm, there will be some hot drinks and hot food on donation. Then at about 8pm, movies about recent political struggles by Cinema Libre.

==Thursday 19th 7-9pm==

We are a group of people sharing and learning some capoeira. We want to have fun while finding our roots The space is rather small but it is great fun as you need to be really aware of your surroundings. We usually practice movements, make a rodinha and play live music. We have all we need: good mood, a lot of energy and wilingness to learn. Sessions are free and you are more than welcome to join us!

==Friday 20th 11am-1pm==

Kundalini Yoga Sessions on donation. Bring your own yoga mat and blanket if you can.

==Sunday 22nd 1-5pm==

*London FreeSchool*
A weekend of free workshops and discussions to promote community organised skill-sharing. In 3 different autonomous spaces in London: Friday the 20th at rampART in Whitechapel, Saturday the 21th at the Culture Center in Dalston and Sunday the 22nd at The Library House.
Program for this Sunday:

  • 1-3pm Basic Internet Security & Encryption for Beginners
  • 1-3pm Pinhole Photography
  • 3-5pm Flour and Water
  • 3-5pm Knitting
  • 3-5pm Spanish

Check the website or details of workshops and update:

==On your diaries!==

*Mini-Eco Fair (People’s Republic of Southwark). Saturday 28th Feb, 12-4pm*
At the Library House on Saturday, Feb 28th. There will be: a seed swap, a walking tour of the neighborhood, a Really Really Free Market, (glorified, participatory free shop!), film screening, Bike power workshop, Free Food…

*KASC – Knitting And Sewing Circle. Sunday 1st March, 4pm*
Our third KASC! Please join us to learn or share skills in
· Woolcrafts: Knitting and crochet
· Mending: darning, patching, sewing and reparative embroidery
Everyone over the age of 8 is welcome to drop in. It would be great if you could bring knitting needles, yarn, or a handknitted garment to recycle. These can often be found in charity shops for next to nothing. Likewise bits of fabric and sewing equipment to practice with. We have a sewing
machine :) Books or photocopies with clear illustrations would also be useful.

*London Social Center Network meeting. Sunday 1st March, 4pm*

The next meeting of the London Social Center Network will be on the 1st of March 4pm, at the Library House. See

*Queer Group Meeting. Tuesday 3rd March, 7.30pm*

A brand new queer (activist) group has started. It meets twice a month, once in North London (at LARC), and once in South London (at the Library House). The group is very new, so discussion about what it should be and do are still ongoing, but there seems to be a lot of enthusiasm to work on race/anti-racism issues, creating a queer bloc/affinity group for demos and actions, and community education (within our own communities and reaching outwards).

*Gardening group Meeting. Sunday 8th March, 12noon*
March is starting soon, and we have a big garden! There’s plenty of space to learn and have fun gardening all together! We will discuss our plans for the garden at 12 and then get our hands dirty!

*Open Day. Sunday 8th March, 5pm*

Come to our Tea party on Sunday the 8th of March at 5pm. Bring your own food/cakes and share with everyone! This will just be a social, so that we can meet, you can see the space, and maybe meet neighbours you haven’t met yet!


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