Here To Summer Splashing’s

plants rose bowl

Ahhhhhhh Summer has arrived hasn’t it? Crazy temperatures of last week aside, I’m feeling rather invigorated by a rise in sunshine levels aren’t you?

Speaking of Summer…. community events and Here To fun get all the more magical when the summer vibes kick in don’t they? Well we are donning our sun hats, digging out our sandals and dusting off our shorts to connect with you all over the next coming months.

In collaboration with green space guru’s Global Generation and Isledon’s latest lovely youth hub Rose Bowl, we are searching for Islington residents itching to get in to the great outdoors and help us make things happen in our garden spaces.

Follow the link below to find out more about….

The Big Dig –  24th of July,

The Pergola Plant In – 31st of July

Any Thing Grows – 19th of August.

http://www.rosebowlislington.org.uk/events/programme-at-a-glance

You can also find us Popping up in our usual fashion at….

Kings Square Garden Event on the 31st of July

Islington Green on the 4th of August between 14:00-17:00

and St Paul’s Park on the 6th of August from 14:00-17:00

Come along to get stuck in to some crafty random acts of kindness or simply to say hello and enjoy the park and some sun (fingers crossed)

Hope to see you at a Summer event soon.

Love from the Here To crew.

 

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About Sinead Emery

I struggle to know what to label myself as in these little boxes.... A once was Theatre and Development Practitioner, an in the past Arts Development Consultant, an all round enthusiast for creative community engagement processes..... I am delighted to be currently working with Isledon Arts, heading up Here To and community engagement initiatives across the organisation. It's super refreshing to be a part of a buzzing and forward thinking organisation who speak the same language in terms of youth and community engagement. I am currently writing a paper on Applied Arts and Appreciative Inquiry techniques, challenging the deficit mode when working with young people to engage, empower and educate. I also love curry and cake and am enjoying exploring offerings of both in and around my new dwellings.

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