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SingAbout is a social singing activity based on recognised music therapy which meets in East Cowes on a Thursday, run by Independent Arts on the Isle of Wight. It can help to improve your memory, breathing, speech, movement and confidence.
It’s great and an opportunity to get out and meet people. Refreshments are provided. Everyone welcome.
The Elephant Club Circle Dancing is a group activity, developed by Dementia Pathfinders. A group specifically for people suffering from memory loss or dementia in Cowes.
The sessions are free, fun, and gentle, and aimed at helping participants gain physical and mental confidence.
The sessions will be monthly on the 1st Thursday of each month.
No need for special clothing or equipment, just a willingness to give it a go and be with others!!
Free parking is available in the hall’s car park and free refreshments are served during the session.
Walking Netball is held every Thursday from 6pm – 7pm at Cowes Enterprise College.
The cost is £3 and there is no need to book, just turn up. No experience required.
Come and try it, first session is FREE!
This is a slowed down version of the game designed so that anyone can play regardless of age or fitness levels.
2000 Legal drama based on true story US
In this true-life drama, Julia Roberts’ mesmerising performance as an ordinary yet extraordinary woman taking on the might of big business earned her an amazing six top awards, including the Best Actress Oscar.
Director: Steven Soderbergh
Film starts at 7.30pm. Doors are open from 7pm.
Booking in advance is needed – either call 01983 240615 or text 07801 532482 – there is seating for a maximum of 30 people.
At the time of booking you will need to advise how many seats you need and whether together or socially distant. You can have 1, 2, 3 or more seats together. There will be a 2 meter distance to the next seat or group and a 1.5 m distance between rows. Please book asap and before midday on Friday 6th November.
Face coverings are now a requirement in community halls, unless exempt or when eating or drinking your refreshments.
* Payment is by cash only (until we can afford to buy a card reader) so please have your £5 for each person ready to put in the box at the entrance, possibly outside, or just inside the outer door.
* Hand sanitising will then be required in the porch before going into the hall.
* You will be shown to your seat and you are asked to remain seated at the end of the film until shown when to leave.
* Please arrive between 7.00 and 7.30 p.m. to give us extra time for cleaning and to give you time for payment, hand sanitising and getting to your seat before the film starts. Although the seating is socially distant you will still be able to converse with ‘near neighbours’ 2 meters around you while you wait.
* You are welcome to bring your own refreshments (including alcohol) and cushions as we will not be supplying any just yet.
The Cowes Library is a holding a Children’s Games Club for 5 – 12 year olds. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
There are a variety of different games available, such as giant jenga, knock-down dominoes, twister to different board games for older children such as chess.
It’s really fun and children can make friends!
If you have any games you no longer want, then please donate them to the Library.
Children can bring their own games to share too.
A variety of games available.