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Far from the Western Front - exhibition

This free exhibition explores the untold stories of South Asians whose crucial contribution helped shape the First World War (there were twice as many of them as of Canadians and Australians together). Created by volunteers from across London from images, digital archives and records from the archives, the exhibition reminds us that much of the warfare took place in parts of the world far from the mud and trenches of Europe. At Karamel, 4 Coburg Road N22, until 25th February.

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Palace Gates Summer Fete - 17 June from 12.30-5pm - Palace Gates Triangle (corner of Crescent Road)

Famous local garden open for charity - 17 Jun from 2-6.30pm - 5 St. Regis Close, Alexandra Park Road N10 (above St Andrews Church)

Talk: PointlessPlastics with Dr. Paula Owen - 18 Jun at 8pm - Muswell Hill Methodist Church, Pages Lane N10. An MHSG event.

Games Night: Free event at Pavilion Cafe - 21 Jun from 7pm - Pavilion Cafe, Albert Road Rec

Jazz@Karamel: Art Themen - 21 Jun from 7pm - Karamel Restaurant

Film: Dodo Heroes: First Taste of Freedom - 22 Jun at 7pm - Karamel Restaurant. With Jan and Tim from Animal Defenders International.

Haringey4Europe will be on the March for a People's Vote - 23 Jun at 11.45 outside Finsbury Park Station, or from 12 noon in Pall Mall (Green Park tube)

Lovers Splash II - 23 Jun from 9pm - Karamel

Alexandra Park Neighbours Midsummer Social - 4 Jul from 7.30-9.30pm - The Pavilion, Albert Road Rec

Kaleidoscope Festival at Alexandra Palace - 21 Jul from 11am-11pm - Alexandra Palace and Park

Palmers Green Festival - 2 Sep from 12-7pm - Broomfield Park

 

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Fashion Courses: learn how to make your own clothes, pattern-cutting or more advanced - Saturday all day or 6-week courses - near Manor House tube station

Creative Writing for Kids (8-12yrs) - every Saturday until July at Karamel Restaurant, 10-11.15am.

Movers and Shakers: music and movement for babies and toddlers - every Tuesday until July at Karamel Restaurant, 11.15-11.45am.

Alexandra WI - meetings are held in CUFOS (the old train station at the top of The Avenue) on the first Tuesday of every month, 8-10pm.

Gentle monthly walk - the last Wednesday in the month, 12.30-2.30pm, starting from Alexandra Park Library. A free SAPL activity.

Salsa Wednesdays - classes 7-8pm, Bounds Green School, Bounds Green Road N11

Palace Gates Community Gardening - on the Triangle and at the Albert Road mini-roundabout - usually at 11am on the first Saturday in the month

Alexandra Chorus - Wednesdays 7-9pm at Alexandra Park School

Ally Pally Parkrun - free five-kilometer run every Saturday at 9am. Register online

Conservation Volunteers work in Alexandra Park - 2nd Sunday of the month from 10am to 3.30pm

Pavilion Crafts on Thursdays 11.0-12.30 - Cafe, Albert Road Rec.

Go Ape! - in the Upper Field (just below the boating lake), Alexandra Park (booking advised)

Afro Rhythm Aerobics - Fridays 8-9pm at Everyone's Climbing Tree, Station Road N22

Make, Play and Prosecco - free drop-in craft and social sessions on Wednesdays 7.30-9.30 at Pavilion Cafe, Albert Road Rec.

Bowes Park Folk Club - usually on the first Thursday of each month from 8 to 10pm at Mum's Bistro, Myddleton Road

Three Reading Groups at Big Green Bookshop - at 7pm on the last Monday in the month, the second Tuesday in the month, and the Short Story group on the first Thursday in the month

St. Andrew's Parish Church - Sunday services: 10am Sung Eucharist with Footsteps for children; 6pm Evening Prayer

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