"The Wish and a Kiss of spring": Easter event and art installation By Kevin Vincenzo Keating


​The Wish and a Kiss of spring show will run for three days over easter from 19-21st April 
  The three day show will be exhibiting an art installation  By Kevin Vincenzo Keating dedicated to spring art and regeneration.


Saturday 
The Event starts at 1 pm  at the Costa site on keyes Rd..
From 2-5 pm there will be a portrait drawing session. Where the public are invited along to have thier portraits drawn free of charge. The artists that will be present are Tim Major a very talented local artist.     tim@tmajor5.wanadoo.co.uk  
And the glamorous Mary Saxe Falstein http://www.marysaxe-falstein.co.uk/party.html  
The invitation is still open to any one else who may want to come along on the day to Draw portraits.

Sunday
 Sunday Will host a poem and wish writing workshop Where members of the public are invited to write some poetry and their wishes.  The collected wishes will be sent into the air.and kept track of on twitter. https://twitter.com/cricklewoodwish We will also be giving out plant and flower seeds for people to take and plant as they wish. The work shop will be held  by the talented Hanna gordon Who is a member of Creative Cricklewoods Shut up and Write group. https://www.facebook.com/hannah.gordon.10690?fref=ts   Note  The weather for cast is for rain on Sunday. As a contingency we will be holding the Dream writing workshop in the windmill pub.

Monday 
Monday will be hosted by Alina  a talented local hair dresser who will be putting on a hair show a show between 2-5 pm  Dont miss this.http://www.alinahairandbeauty.co.uk/   
There may also be some spoken word. By Hanna Gordo 

This is your show so if you feel like coming along at any time with some fun element that would enhance the event  please feel free to do so. performers and musicians welcome unplugged.

Creative Cricklewood hope to see you all there. 


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