Sunday 7 May — Children’s Feast!

We have all the usual stuff hap­pen­ing — you know, great food, great music, great hanging out oppor­tun­it­ies, great weath­er — all that. But as you wander around the one hun­dred plus stalls, you may notice a pre­pon­der­ance of bears…

If you go down in the hood today (eh hem, Sunday), you’d better go in disguise…”

Bring your ted­dies and come to the Pic­nic & Play area by the leis­ure centre. There will be rugs and tea sets a plenty, a bear hunt (!) and you can even make your teddy a lovely out­fit whilst you’re there.

We also have Wingit, our open mic ses­sion in the after­noon for our young and aspir­ing local tal­ent — hos­ted by the incom­par­able Uncle Errol from Word on the Kerb.

Entertainments

There’s also enter­tain­ing stuff for the grown ups — here it is.

If you love a bit of Stevie Smith, bring your favour­ite poem of hers along to PoetrySlabs at the West Nor­wood Old Lib­rary on Feast day — and read it in good com­pany.

WeNo Insider’s Guide blog

Here’s the latest won­der­ful blog post about those busi­nesses in West Nor­wood that you maybe didn’t know were there…or did and have never been in.…or know and love and wish more people knew about them!

This one is about Hobby's, a ver­it­able treas­ure trove of little things to make and do.

May’s Feast Film Nights

This month’s fab­ulous offer­ing from the volun­teer team at Feast Film Nights is Pan's Labyrinth “One of the greatest of all fantasy films” – Roger Ebert. You can watch this on Fri­day 26 May at the Book & Record Bar for just a fiver.

See you all at Feast!