line up - Love Oakwood
line up - Love Oakwood
Venues across Roundhay: 1. Allerton Grange Fields, meet at Talbot Avenue, LS17 6SF 2. Daisy Chain, 58 Street Lane, LS8 2DQ 3. Gledhow Sports and Social Club, Gledhow Lane, LS8 1NQ 4. Jackrabbits, 633A Roundhay Road, LS8 4BA, Tel: 0113 318 9315 5. Lakeside Cafe, Roundhay Park, Park Avenue, LS8 2JL 6. The Mansion, Mansion Lane, LS8 2HH 7. Oakwood Library, 1 Oakwood Lane, LS8 2PZ 8. Oakwood Church, Springwood Road, LS8 2QA 9. Preston bar, 468 Roundhay Road, LS8 2HU 10. Ricos, 450 Roundhay Road, LS8 2HU 11. Roundhay Parochial Hall, 5 Fitzroy Drive, LS8 4AB 12. Ratnasambhava Kadampa Buddhist Centre, 22 Back Wetherby Rd, LS8 2QD Tel: 0113 265 2118 or www.meditationinleeds.org 13. Stew and Oyster, 488 Roundhay Road, LS8 2HU 14. St Edmunds Church, Lidgett Park Road, LS8 1JN 15. Tasty cafe, 482 Roundhay Road, LS8 2HU 16. Thomas Osborne, 83 Street Lane, LS8 1AP 16 2 23rd October 1st November 2015 1 6 14 5 3 11 4 7 12 8 Across Roundhay More details: www.loveoakwood.co.uk @RhayOakwoodFest #RhayOakwoodFest Roundhayandoakwoodfestival 9, 10 13 & 15 Thanks to our sponsors and supporters: Michael Lewin Solicitors, William H Brown and our local councillors Organised by OTRA (Oakwood Traders and Residents Association) Category for events Food Fun Art and Craft Literature and Poetry Kid’s Activities Walk Film Date Event Fri 23rd Oct Festival Launch Party: Join us for the start of the festival and kick off with nibbles and drinks, Location: Stew and Oyster, 8pm, Cost: Free entry Sat 24th Oct Coffee and Cake: organ music, books, traidcraft, home made cards as well as coffee and cake. Information on the stain glass in the church. Location: St Edmunds Church ,Time: 10 - 12pm, Cost: Free entry Street Food Festival: Munch your way through the North’s finest and most delicious street food from ice cream to pizza, tickle your taste buds from Roundhay to Mexico across to Jamaica and Persia, Location: Oakwood Library, Time: 11am - 3pm, Cost: Free entry Book signing with Lynn Hill, founder of Clandestine Cake Club. Following the success of their first recipe collection the Clandestine Cake Club is back with a second delicious helping of 100 gorgeous recipes to whet your appetite. Webpage: www.clandestinecakeclub.co.uk, Location: Oakwood Library Time: 1pm, Cost: Free Unveiling of the new Engraved Bricks at Oakwood Clock, Location: Oakwood Clock, Time: 12pm, Cost: Free Buddhist Meditation Centre Annual Open Day, light refreshments available, Location: Ratnasambhava Kadampa Buddhist Centre, Time: 12 - 4pm, Cost: Free Guided Gipton Woods Walk: Discover this lovely wood in the heart of Oakwood, Location: Meet outside Rico’s restaurant, Time: 3.15pm, Cost: Free The Fat Faced Cat Supper Club, 8 courses + cocktail, BYO, Cost: £25, Only 12 places, more details @thefatfacedcat or facebook.com/fatfacedcat The Grand Budapest Hotel, ‘The adventures of Gustave H, a legendary concierge in Republic of Zubrowka. Organised by Oakwood Cinema, Location: Roundhay Parochial Hall, Age: 12+, Time: 7.30pm Cost: £5 (£4 members), Buy tickets from Tasty, Jackrabbits, City Stationers or oakwoodcinema.org Sun 25th Oct Coffee and Cake afternoon, Cakes by Caroline Cakes of Chapel Allerton, coffee by Dark Woods Coffee. Location: Preston, Time: 1pm - 5pm Cost: Free entry Festival Cream Tea: Free cream tea supplied by the Roundhay Evangelical Church, All welcome, Location: Roundhay Parochial Hall, Time: 4pm, Cost: Free Festival Church Service with 'How well do you know Oakwood' quiz by Roundhay Evangelical Church, Location: Roundhay Parochial Hall, Time:5pm, Cost: Free Mon 26th Oct Family foraging walk with Mina: Discover the edible Roundhay Park, Location: Meet at Mansion, Time:1pm, Cost: £20 adults, £7.50 children, Book on msitu.co.uk Story Time at the Library: Age 0+, Location: Oakwood Library, Time: 2pm, Cost: Free Writer Chris Nickson: He offers a special, exclusive preview of Skin Like Silver, the third in his Detective Inspector Tom Harper series set in the Leeds of the 1890s. Location: Oakwood Library, Time: 6-7pm, Cost: Free Poet Simon Pottinger: He has performed at venues and festivals across the UK. An author of four books, his poems range from the tender to the outraged with humour and a very strong sense of the political. Location: Upstairs in Stew and Oyster, Time: 7.30 - 8.30pm, Cost: Free Craft Evening at Jackrabbits: learn some new crafty skills, Location: Jackrabbits Pottery, Time: 7pm, Cost: £15, Book through Jackrabbits (0113 318 9315) Tues 27th Oct Writer Dr Peter Mills talks about his book yet to be released based on the band, The Monkees, Location: Upstairs in Ricos, Time: 7 - 8pm, Cost: Free Lego Duplo creative play session, open to all children, Location: Oakwood Library, Time: 10-10.45am and 11-11.45am, Cost: Free but require tickets from Library Ballet taster session with Sara Horner School of Dance, all abilities welcome, Location: Oakwood Church, Time: 2pm for Children, 4pm for adults, Cost: Free Board Games evening, Challenge your friends with cards, dominoes and scrabble, Location: Preston, Time: 6pm onwards, Cost: Free Oakwood Themed Pub Quiz: How well do you know Oakwood? A £40 bar tab for first prize. Location: Stew and Oyster, Time: 8pm, Cost: Free Wed 28th Oct Family Fun morning, Fun activity for family and friends. Enjoy games, crafts, stories. Location: Roundhay Parochial Hall, Time: 10-12am, Cost: Free Family walk - singles, twins and multiples, come and meet local families for a walk in our beautiful Roundhay Park, buggy friendly route. Open to all. Organised by the Leeds Twins and Multiples Group. Location: Meet at Lakeside Cafe in Roundhay Park, Time: 1pm Cost: free Halloween Fancy Dress Run: Chapel Allerton Runners run around Oakwood, all welcome. Location: Gledhow Sports and Social Club, Time: 6pm, Cost: Free Writer Frances Brody: She’ll speak about her 7th book, the Kate Shackleton Mysteries set in 1920s Yorkshire. Location: Oakwood Library, Time: 6-7pm, Cost: Free Murder Mystery Party: Whodunnit? You decide. Location: Stew and Oyster, Time: 8pm, Cost: Free Bike ride with Valley Striders Cycling Club, 40 mile bike ride. Location: Thomas Osborne, Time: 7pm, Cost: Free Thurs 29th Oct Pyjama Drama, takes kids on an exciting adventure where their imagination takes the major role, Age 2 ½ - 5, Location: Oakwood Church, Time: 10am, Cost: Free Games Afternoon, Challenge your friends to a board game, Location: Stew and Oyster, Time: 12 - 5pm, Cost: Free Oktoberfest invades Oakwood, German beer served in steins, smoked German sausage, German music with Oktoberfest Hall tables as well as staff in lederhosen. Location: Preston, Time: 3pm onwards, Cost: Free entry Cheese Tasting with George and Joseph of Chapel Allerton, Location: Jack Rabbits Pottery, Time: 7.30pm, Cost:£15, Buy tickets from Jackrabbits (0113 318 9315) or George and Joseph cheesemongers in Chapel Allerton Age of Stupid. Pete Postlethwaite is living in the devastated future of 2055, asking: why didn’t we stop climate change when we had the chance? Introduced by local, Stuart Eggington, British Antarctic Surveyor. Hosted by REAP. Location: Oakwood Church, Time: 7.30pm, Cost: Free but donation welcomed Pub Quiz, Location: Thomas Osborne, Time: 9pm, Cost: Free entry Fri 30th Oct Charlie and the Chocolate Factory themed food craft, Age: 5+. Hosted by Stir Krazy Kids. Location: Oakwood Library, Time: 10-11am, Cost: Free, tickets from Library Craft workshop, Hosted by Stir Krazy kids, Location: Oakwood Library, Time: 11.15am - 12pm, Cost: Free The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe children’s craft event, Location: Oakwood Library, Time: 2.30pm, Cost: Free Pumpkin Carving Demonstration, Halloween inspired creative pumpkin carving with pumpkins for sale, Location: Daisy Chain, Time: 11am and 2pm, Cost: Free Spooky Cake Decorating, Stir Krazy Kids will be hosting a cupcake decorating session, Location: Tasty, Time: 3 - 5pm, Cost: Free Felt poppy making with felt maker Debbie Samuels, Location: Preston, Time 4 - 6pm, Cost: £5 Premiere of the Oakwood Clock Restoration film: Back in Time. Join us on a journey through time and meet the local residents who worked tirelessly to raise the funding for the full restoration of Oakwood Clock from start to the triumphant finish. Hosted by OTRA, made by Tony O’Reilly of Atom Film, Location: Oakwood Church, Time: 7.30pm, Cost: Free but donation welcomed Sat 31st Oct Park Run, Location: Roundhay Park, Time: 9am, Cost: Free Details: www.parkrun.org.uk/roundhay Pumpkin Carving Demonstration, Halloween inspired creative pumpkin carving with pumpkins for sale, Location: Daisy Chain, Time: 11am and 2pm, Cost: Free Halloween Children’s Fancy Dress competition with ghoulish face painting, Location: Stew and Oyster, Time: 12 - 2 pm, Cost: Free entry, £2 per painted face Halloween Adult’s Fancy Dress competition, Location: Stew and Oyster, Time: 8 pm onwards, Cost: Free entry Generation Creation Band, live music, Location: Thomas Osborne, Time: 9pm, Cost: Free Sun 1st Nov 'Breaking Bad Habits', half day course, Location: Ratnasambhava Kadampa Buddhist Centre, Time: 10am - 1.30pm, Cost: Book via website: meditationinleeds.org Guided walk around Green Flag Award winning Allerton Grange Fields by Friends of Allerton Grange Fields, Location: meet at Talbot Ave, Time: 11-12.30pm, Cost:free How did Oakwood get its name?, guided historical walk around Oakwood, Location: Meet at Oakwood Clock, Time: 2pm, Cost: Free All week Kids eat free at Ricos! Children eat free with a paying adult from 24th Oct - 1st Nov, 12-2pm and 5.30-6.30pm. T&Cs: One free child’s meal per paying adult, minimum spend per adult £10, please bring this leaflet to receive this offer. Kids! Please bring your parents when attending any events. Parents and guardians, please supervise your children at all times.