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Intro To Sourdough Bread-Making at Squash Nutrition Windsor Street, Toxteth
Posting this now as it's popular and you need to book!
Squash’s resident baker, Julie Filain will be running 3 Sourdough Bread-Making workshops where we will make our very own sourdough focaccia!
In this 2.5 hour workshop you will: -Learn tips and tricks from Julie Filain, Squash’s resident baker -Make your very own sourdough focaccia -Meet other people with a shared interest of bread-making -Develop your own starter and take it home to continue your own bread-making journey -Get to know a bit more about what we do here at Squash!
Wednesday 6th April- 5-7:30pm Currently SOLD OUT – join waiting list here
Friday 13th May- 12:30-3pm BOOK HERE Maximum 1 ticket per person. Each workshop will cover the same skills, so please only book onto one workshop.
Free/ suggested minimum donation of £10.
Reguar sessions at Squash - Everyone Welcome!
SPRING GARDENING & WELLBEING SESSIONS Wednesdays 10am-noon - join in our drop-in sessions at the Grapes Community Food Garden for spring growing, cooking and chats around the fire
SPRING STRETCHY Fridays 12 noon - bring your beautiful body for a shimmy, stretch & shake, however you're feeling and whatever the weather!
TEA, TOAST & CHAT - 2nd Thursday of the month - come by for a cuppa, some toast & a chat in our calming front room space
ARTS & CRAFT CLUB - 11-2pm Last Saturday of the month - meet a new artist/designer each month and make something marvellous (starts again Saturday 30th April)
SPANISH SOCIAL 5.30-7pm 2nd Wednesday of the month - meet up, eat tasty food and chat in Spanish! Beginners welcome
Also organised by Squash
Windsor Street Wild Food Walk
Saturday 9th April 10.30. Meet outside Squash. FREE/suggested donation £10.
Let's walk together, forage for wild foods then cook! Session last 2-2.5 hours.
The Palm House Sefton Park Tea Dance
Friday 8th April 14:00 FREE event Donations appreciated
Bring your dancing shoes and step back into an age of elegance to have tea with a twist! There will be foxtrots, quicksteps, cha cha chas and many more… whether this will be your first experience or you are a Tea Dance regular, release those inhibitions and join Neil Allcock to dance away the afternoon in stunning surroundings. Make new friends or meet up with old ones in a lovely tea room atmosphere. Everyone is welcome, with or without partners, of all ages and abilities.
Become a Volunteer Community Curator at Calderstones
Can you help unearth challenging connections between Calderstones and the transatlantic slave trade?
Thanks to players of The National Lottery, The Reader is embarking on a mission to make Calderstones Park a place of meaning making for the whole community.
Working with Laurence Westgaph, an expert on Liverpool’s connections to the slave trade, this exciting new project will dig deep into the Maritime history of the Grade II listed Mansion House in South Liverpool.
Over the course of 20 weeks, volunteers will work with Laurence and an artist to build on his existing research, and develop a new artistic display that will be displayed permanently in the Mansion House so that visitors to Calderstones can gain a fuller understanding of its heritage.
Workshops will take place once a week in the Mansion House. If you can help by volunteering then we’d love to hear from you, please get in touch with us on firstname.lastname@example.org before 31 March 2022.
We are particularly interested in hearing from people from a black, Asian or ethnic minority background, as we believe it is essential to have the perspective of people of colour at the heart of this work.
Walk & Talk Photo Club
Here's what the organiser, Rob Collier, says about the event.
I decided to create these events for a couple of reasons; I have battled with mental health for most of my life, hitting complete rock bottom and attempting to take my own life. I got involved with a number of groups to help me overcome my adversities and battle my mental health issues, many of these groups held walk & talk events.
These events where great for getting people together, embracing nature, talking to people who have faced similar issues and just to get out the house helped me massively with not just my mental wellbeing but also physically. However, being an avid photographer, whilst on these walks I would always want to stop and take photos of things that pleased the eye, nature, landscapes, animals etc and would find myself falling behind from the group.
This is where the idea of creating a walk & talk photo group came in. A great way for like minded individuals to get together, share camera skills and experience, teach and learn from others, whilst meeting new people and improving our wellbeing by being out in nature and embracing some of the wonderful scenery we have on our doorsteps. These events are completely FREE to all who attend and open to anybody of any age and skillset, from complete camera novices to seasoned professionals, all are welcome.
Click the link to book: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/walk-talk-photo-group-liverpool-tickets-302533885997
Craft & Gift Fair Dobbies, Southport
8th-10th April 9.39-5.00pm
More opportunities coming soon!