Community Activities

Tai Chi for Relaxation

Tuesdays 9.30–10.30am & 10.30–11.30am

and

Thursdays 9.30–10.30am

(except in August)

Energize your day with a morning Tai Chi for Relaxation course. Taught in a friendly and informal atmosphere. It is suitable for all ages and abilities and seated tai chi exercises are also included. We look forward to welcoming you!

For further details contact Jack Kenny at (01227) 272304

Cost: £6 per session (£5 concessions)

Beginners and Occasional Visitors Always Welcome!

Whitstable Windy Whistlers

3rd Wednesday of the Month

7.30–9.00pm

This flute group (until now exclusively for adults) meets monthly to encourage others to play the flute. It is now ready to welcome young adults to join; those playing at above grade five level will probably enjoy it the most. The group has been running for about six years and has put on several fund raising and community based concerts as well as played in many local schools.

Four professionals provide sight-reading materials and guidance for any adults wanting to pick the flute back up after a few years off. The group largely consists of those playing concert flutes in C, although there is also a bass flautist, alto flutist, several piccolo players and one tin whistle player already in the group.

The group provides free performances in local area schools and for local events.

Bring a music stand and your flute! £3.50 per session.

Whitstable WI

3rd Wednesday of the Month

10am–12pm

The Whitstable Women's Institute (WI) is a member of the largest voluntary women's organisation in the UK with almost 220,000 members nationwide. The WI plays a unique role in providing women with educational opportunities and the chance to build new skills, to take part in a wide variety of activities and to campaign on issues that matter to them and their communities.

For further details please ring (01227) 263179.

Doors open at 9.45am.

Visitors are always welcome!

2nd Tuesday of the month (except January & August)

from 7.30pm

Visitors welcome £5

Churches Together in Whitstable (CTiW)

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