AVAILABLE ONLINE: Food for Thought Sessions - 2020

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food for thought

 

Part of the Humanities Cultural Programme

Available Online:

Food For Thought sessions will continue to run online on Wednesdays at 6.00pm. Sessions are open to womxn of ALL ages. For more information please visit: https://www.ywmp.org.uk/food-for-thought or email Zahra for the session links: zahra@ywmp.org.uk

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Nourish your soul by sharing good conversation and good food with fellow womxn at Young Women's Music Project's (YWMP) new FOOD FOR THOUGHT sessions. Over 8 months of 2020 YWMP will be holding a womxn’s discussion group led by staff and chosen guests, exploring a theme relating to womxn’s experiences & liberation in a relaxed, safe space. The last week of the month will cumulate in an open session for anyone of any age or gender to come along to, where we will share our ideas, listen to a collectively curated playlist, hear from a guest speaker, and eat together!

We’ll be opening sign ups for every monthly series, with a capacity of 10 womxn per session-- anyone 14+ who identifies as a womxn is welcome to sign up to attend. We have no criteria for involvement: it will be first come, first served. We suggest a £3 donation per session for over 21’s, but no-one will be turned away. Food provided, but sharing of dishes also welcome. Through sharing and listening, we can build up something powerful! Come along and be part of this amazing new project brought to you by Young Women’s Music Project.

 

Womxn’s Sessions

Wednesdays 6-8pm

10 spaces available per session

April - 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd

June - 3rd, 10th, 17th

July - 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd

September - 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd

October - 7th, 14th, 21st

 

Open Sessions for All

Last Wednesday of each month 6-8pm

30 spaces available

April - 29th

June - 24th

July - 29th

September - 30th

October - 28th

 

Sign up sheet

To sign up for any of the above sessions please click here, or visit the Young Women's Music Project website.

 

These sessions are part of the Humanties Cultural Programme.