Something for the Weekend 27 April 013 #Manchester #Climate

To start you off a bad joke:

  • How do you know when the moon is going broke?
  • When it’s down to its last quarter.

And this weekend…

Friday 26th, 6pm  Critical Mass bike ride. Starts at Manchester Central Library, 6pm

Sat 27th, 1pm to 5pm “Exchange for Change” – at Friends Meeting House. How do we develop our skills, share our skills with others and enable our groups and our community to grow and achieve the positive changes we want? This event will surprise and inspire. Let it be the beginning of a more confident community activism in and around Manchester as we network the amazing range of skills and knowledge we have collectively. You are invited to attend! http://exchangeforchange.eventbrite.com/#

Mon 29th, 5.30pm“Reading for the Planet: World Literature and Environmental Crisis.”: workshop and lecture
Lecture Theatre 5 in the Geoffrey Manton Building (on Oxford Road, opposite the Aquatics Centre); free of charge and open to the public. Following an informal reception in the Atrium from 5.30, the lectures and seminars will start at 6.00 and conclude at approximately 7.30.

Tuesday 30th, 6pm to 8pm “A Sustainable Future for Manchester” “in conversation” series. Manchester Museum, Oxford Rd. Free. See here for detailshttp://events.manchester.ac.uk/event/event:q8r-hcrtq73c-c5o4cm/a-sustainable-future-for-manchester

And if you know any jokes of the high standard we’ve used so far, please submit ’em.
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About arwafreelance

Freelance journalist based in the UK with an interest in the Middle East, environmental issues, Islam-related topics and social issues such as regeneration.
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