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Have a look at what's on in the Village Hall this week 20th-27th Feb 2017

Monday
Art Group — A great way to relax in a friendly group and develop your own creativity. You don't need be a expert and we welcome people of all abilities. We meet on Mondays 9.45am-12.45pm in the Chatham Room of the Village Hall (except Bank Holiday Mondays).

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Table Tennis — A brilliant way of getting some light physical exercise, improving mental agility and making friends. All welcome no matter what your ability level may be. We meet on Mondays 10.00-11.00am in the Village Hall. New Great table.

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Tuesday
Line Dancing — Fine Lines Line Dancing Classes are held twice a week in the Village Hall on Tuesdays 10.30-11.30am and Wednesdays 7.00-8.00pm. These are beginner-level classes aimed at those who have little or no line dance experience and are a great way to keep body and brain fit and make new friends.

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Short Mat Bowls — Meet Tuesdays 7.00-10.30 pm and Thursday 1.30-3.30 pm in the Village Hall, there are three mats of short mat bowls. New members are very welcome. Please wear soft shoes — you can borrow woods from the club.

Short Mat Bowls

Wednesday
Melody and Moves for Babies — a fun singing, music and dance class for newborn to 3 years with instruments, scarves,ribbons, props, and adults get to join in too. Babies will love the sensory interaction and toddlers will love the songs and dances! A cuppa and a biccies all round afterwards, we welcome any new adults and little people to just drop by!!9.45-11am. Call Kern on 07732197030. Lil_kernicle@hotmail.co.uk

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Line Dancing — Fine Lines Line Dancing Classes are held twice a week in the Village Hall on Tuesdays 10.30-11.30am and Wednesdays 7.00-8.00pm. These are beginner-level classes aimed at those who have little or no line dance experience and are a great way to keep body and brain fit and make new friends.
CRiB are holding an open meeting in the Village Hall on February 22nd at 7.30 in the Chatham Room to discuss and share ideas about the entry as a village community into the Britain in Bloom South West competition. All are invited to come and discuss what will be a hectic lead up to the judging. Curry Rivel in Bloom

CRiB Meeting Flyer


Thursday
Brownies and Rainbows — Meet Thursdays 4.00-5.30pm in the Village Hall. The 1st Curry Rivel Rainbow Guides is for girls aged 5-7 years. It offers fun and challenging activities to help girls discover and develop new skills both indoors and outdoors. The 1st Curry Rivel and Drayton Brownies is aimed at girls aged 7-11 years and provides the opportunity to make new friends and enjoy new experiences in a safe environment.

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Friday
Get Together Club (Active Living) — We meet on Fridays in the Village Hall 10.00am-2.00pm and offer a variety of activities both active- and craft-based. Speakers and musical events are on every fortnight. A friendly and interesting day including coffee, tea and biscuits and a home-cooked lunch. All welcome but please ring to pre-book lunch. New volunteers are most welcome — please contact Greg Phillips greg.phillips2@btinternet.com

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Twinning Assoc Film Night — 24th February at 7.30 p.m in the Chatham Room in the Robert Sewers Village Hall, a film in French, with subtitles, 'Intouchable'. This is poignant and hilarious true strory about a black carer employed by a wealthy disabled Parisian.
£5 entry to include the first glass of wine or soft drink. Pay on the night but places must be booked in advance......
thepavilion54@btinternet.com or tel: 252946

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Saturday
Movies in the Village Hall mvh.curry.wix.com/filmsSully: Miracle on the Hudson (12A) Stars: Tom Hanks, Aaron Eckhart and Laura Linney. Directed by Clint Eastwood.
Doors open at 7.00pm; show starts at 7.30pm in the village hall. Refreshments are on sale. Tickets £7 are available at the door. Don't forget we have our new annual ticket for only £50 — saving you £20.

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