It’s the week before half term, so if you’ve got kids you might find that they’re buzzing to get out and about and start having fun. Or maybe you’re hoping for a day out before the chaos of half term kicks in. Either way, here’s what’s going on in Kent this week.
An Author Visit From Susan Lewis
When: Wednesday 7th February, 2pm-3:30pm
Where: Chatham Library
Whether you’re an avid reader or an aspiring writer, meeting an author is an exciting opportunity. And this week Susan Lewis, author of recently published ‘Believe in Me’ will be visiting Chatham Library.
Pop along to meet Susan in person, and join in a discussion about her novels.
Canterbury Ceramics And Antiques Circle
When: Wednesday 7th February, 7pm-9pm
Where: St Dunstan’s Church Hall, Canterbury
If you’re interested in antiques, specifically ceramics, and the designing of them, this illustrated lecture could be the perfect event for you.
Hear about the process of decorating Chelsea porcelain with botanical designs, and talk with real experts of the subject.
When: Thursday 8th February, 6pm-11pm
Where: Nevill Bull, Birling
If you’re interested in getting spiritual, this could definitely be an interesting event. Reconnect with loved ones or get your tarot readings, all for £20 and no bookings needed!
When: Saturday 10th February, 2pm-3:30pm
Where: St Nicholas Church, Strood
Pop along to this jumble sale to grab some real bargains. Whether you’re looking for toys, books, clothes or home items, you can find a whole range of pre-loved items at jumble sales.
When: Saturday 10th February, 7:30pm-10:30pm
Where: Shorne Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul, Shorne
Quizzes are always good fun, so head to Shorne Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul this Saturday with a team of up to 8. It’s a great chance for a family or friendly get together. Bring your own refreshments, and be prepared for not only an 8 round quiz, but also a raffle and a heads and tails competition.