We're delighted to share our Autumn programme of upcoming events. This year we are running both in-person and online events celebrating the harvest season of autumn and the wonder of nature at this time of year. We hope that you can join us either at the allotment or online in the coming weeks, here is all the information that you'll need to get involved:
Masala Chai Sharing Event | 2nd October, 11:00am - 1:00pm in Boundary Way Community Garden
We are looking forward to welcoming visitors back to Boundary Way Community garden for a celebration of Masala Chai (Indian tea) in October. Artist Kom Achall will talk about the benefits of this comforting drink and demonstrate how to make it. Find out more about this special spice blend with many beneficial properties.
Join us for a cup of tea in our peaceful garden. There will be poetry readings from members of Wolverhampton's Punjabi Women's Writer's Group including Kuli Kohli, Parveen Brigue and Serina Achall. The event showcases some of the work commissioned during lockdown by Boundary Way Project supported by the Cultural Recovery Fund.
Book your place for the Masala Chai sharing event here.
Wolverhampton Open Studios | 9th October, 11:00am - 5:00pm in Boundary Way Community Garden
As part of Wolverhampton Artists Open Studios weekend, Boundary Way Project will be showcasing creative projects developed in lockdown. Join us to explore the community garden at Boundary Way Allotments and take a look at some of the creative work that has been produced. Work in display will include paintings by Boundary Way Botanical INKollective, Sustainable Floristry by Gretel Cooper and poetry by Boundary Way Writer's Group. This is a drop in event, with no need to book.
Boundary Way Project Film and Projection Evening | 9th October, 7:00pm - 10:00pm in Boundary Way Community Garden
Join us for an atmospheric film and projection evening in the community garden at Boundary Way. As part of Wolverhampton Artists Open Studios Weekend Boundary Way Project will be sharing a new film created by community film maker Rachel Gillies alongside a projection show created by artist Graham Everitt.
The presentation will tell the story of Boundary Way Project during lockdown, celebrate landscape and community and showcase nature inspired poetry and art.This event has been made possible thanks to support from the Cultural Recovery Fund for Heritage.
Book your free place for the Film and Projection Evening here.
Boundary Way Writer's Group | 18th October, 2:00pm - 4:00pm on Zoom
An online poetry group for anyone interested in writing poetry that explores nature and green issues. Join us for friendly, monthly meetings to create and share poetry inspired by poetry prompts on a green theme. Write about your garden, allotment, or local park. Express your thoughts on climate change and the environment. Nurture your nature poetry. Wax lyrical about waxwings. Use the language of flowers.
Beginners are welcome. Sessions will take place via Zoom.The group is self run with members taking turns each session to set writing prompts for the group and the sessions are supported by funding from the Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage.
Book your place for this Writer's Group Session here.