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Some of the latest opportunities from Liverpool's wellbeing and creative communities.


 


Summer Solstice at Squash 112-114 Windsor Street, Liverpool L8 8EQ

SOLSTICE EVE JOURNEY:

PROCESSION & SUPPER, MONDAY 20TH JUNE 7PM - 10PM

Join us for a joyful midsummer eve, travelling together in and around the landscape of Windsor Street, processing with water & fire, planting & harvesting as we go, stopping to pay our respects, dancing in the street, tasting the summer flavours of L8.

In partnership with Tate Liverpool and the Radical Landscapes exhibition. Limited tickets available HERE. Free/suggested donation £10.

This Saturday (11am-3pm) & next Wednesday (10am-12 noon), drop by Squash and make something beautiful to carry or wear on the procession! And this Sunday - join Friends of Princes Park & Squash volunteers to help 'prepare the ground' for squash planting in the park this solstice (see below). Pop by anytime between 10.30am and 2.30pm.


MIDSUMMER GARDEN PARTY Sunday 26th June 1-3pm


Families! Bring the little ones along for a lovely summer solstice play session in the garden with Family Hive & the Squash Garden Gang – harvesting, cooking, eating and planting. Plus join in the mini midsummer procession and music bash! Tasty snacks on sale!


 

St Lukes Bombed Out Church in Liverpool

Summer Cinema


Fight Club tickets

Friday 1st July 2022 7:30pm til 10:00pm No age restrictions


Grease tickets

Thursday 7th July 2022

7:30pm til 10:00pm

No age restrictions

WE'RE BACK! Get ready for some amazing cinema with 80/90’s classics, rom-coms, family friendly days and pure nostalgia!

Book tickets here: https://www.skiddle.com/whats-on/Liverpool/St-Lukes-Bombed-Out-Church/IL-x-Bombed-Out-Church-Summer-Cinema--Fight-Club/36109476/


 

Mind, Body & Spirit Fayre

Sunday 19th June 2022 12 - 5 pm Large Sports Hall Green Bank Sports Academy Greenbank Lane, Liverpool L17 1AG

Free






 

Come and meet see us at Africa Oye Festival 2022 Sefton Park 18th-19th June

About this event Africa Oye Festival is the UK’s largest free celebration of African music and culture for all the family. This year, we are celebrating their 30th Anniversary and will be bigger and better than ever! NHS Blood and Transplant will partner with African Oye Festival and National Association of Seadogs to increase awareness about Blood donation. At the moment we need Black donors because of a rise in demand for some rare blood types that are more common in people of Black heritage. Everyone can make a difference. Come and meet us, register to be a blood donor. It only takes a few minutes and you will be able to know your likely blood type. Please can you encourage your friends / family / staff / contacts to meet us, register & book an appointment to donate.

 


 

More events and opportunitie coming soon!

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