ASeptember events in and around Lode
Friday 31 August to Sunday 2 September.
LodeStar Festival, featuring Sir Bob Geldof, Frankie Rose, Michele
Stoddart and Katzenjammer plus theatre, circus, comedy
workshops and much more for all the family to enjoy. St James
Church will be running a bun stall in the Village Green tent
See further details about the festival at www.lodestarfestival.com
Saturday 1 September. See Oscar Wildes classic play The
Importance of Being Earnest performed by the Pantaloons at Anglesey
Abbey. Tickets £14 adult, £10 child, £46 family.
Sunday 2 September. Sacred space: an hour of quiet reflection.
Lode Chapel, 5.30 p.m.
Wednesday 5 September. Womens Institute Open Meeting. Hear
Elizabeth Brown talking about Dads Army: the series
and the actors. Raffle, refreshments. Everyone welcome.
Lode Chapel, 7.30 p.m.
Friday 7 September. An evenings entertainment with John
Woodhouse, ex-Mayor of Cambridge, with his Elvis Tribute and
more. Free entry from 8.30 p.m.
Sunday 9 September. Traditional evening service at Lode Chapel,
Monday 10 September (and 17 & 24 September). Pilates. Lode
Chapel, 7.00 p.m.
Monday 10 September. Parish Council meeting. Fassage Hall, 7.30
Thursday 13 September (and 20 & 27 September). Little Lode
Monkeys parent and toddler group. Lode Chapel, 10.0011.30
Thursday 13 September (and 27 September). The friendly In Stitches
knitting and craft club meets at the Social Club everyone
welcome. 8.00 p.m.
Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 September. Harvest Festival Weekend.
The church is open all weekend for you to view the floral and
produce displays. Teas available 2.003.00 p.m. on the Saturday.
The Family Harvest Service is at 5.30 p.m. on the Sunday followed
by a bring-and-share supper in the Social Club at 6.30 p.m. Please
sign the form at the back of the church if you would like to
come to the supper, or speak to Julie Sale on (01223) 811222.
Saturday 15 September. Quiz Night at the Social Club in aid of
Cancer Research. Entry £3 per person, with teams of up
to six. The evening will also feature a raffle, prizes for which
will be very welcome. 7.30 for 8.00 p.m. start.
Thursday 20 September. Mothers Union meeting. Lode Chapel,
Friday 21 September. Fish & Chip Supper at the Social Club
followed by entertainment from Brian Roy an old friend
who has entertained us for several years at the Clubs Senior
Citizens Christmas Party. All proceeds from the evening
will go towards the Senior Citizens Christmas Party, but
tickets (£6, to include the Fish & Chip Supper) must
be purchased by Sunday 16 September so that numbers are known
for catering purposes. 7.30 p.m.
Saturday 22 September. A night of Hunky Funky, Soul,
Motown and Northern Soul at the Social Club with Wayne Astran
and LJ plus a Special Guest DJ. Great sound system and lights.
Entry £4 at the door.
Wednesday 26 September. Macmillan Coffee Morning at the Social
Club, 10.30 a.m.12 noon.
Thursday 27 September. Charity Film Night
for Cambridgeshire Mencap at The Missing Sock, Stow-Cum-Quy,
doors open 6.30 p.m.. Entrance free, donations to the charity
welcome. "Forrest Gump".
Last updated 19/8/2012