If you’re shopping along Harrow Road, why not pop a short way down Bravington Road to The Rainbow Family Centre Market Stall, from now until 18th December.
From noon on 5th December, St Thomas’s Church, just over the canal, are having a Christmas Bazaar.
Also on 5th December, the All Sing! Harrow Road Choir will perform at St John’s Church. You can also catch them at Foyles, South Bank on Tuesday and at our very own Winter Fair on the 12th. More details here.
There is also a Christmas Market at Ark Atwood Primary School on the 5th December.
On the 9th December, The Beethoven Centre are holding a Santa’s Workshop.
Queen’s Park Library are holding an Under 5s Christmas Party on Friday, 11th December between 10:30 and 11:30 am.
Of course, the main event is the Queen’s Park Garden’s Winter Fair on Saturday, 12th December, then why not relax in St John’s Church, Harrow Road/Kilburn Lane with a concert from Silk Street Sinfonia?
If you have time beforehand, why not visit a fascinating project over in Croxley Road. Leslie is holding another Straw Bale Office Open House day. It really is worth a look but you must book.
Over that same weekend, there will be a Christmas Fayre at Paddington Rec in aid of the St John’s Hospice. Luckily, it is on both Saturday and Sunday so you don’t need to miss our own event.
St John’s Kensal Green are welcoming local schools to sing for their congregation. On Wednesday 16th December the Ark Franklin School will visit St John’s for their Carol Service at 01.30pm.
Back in the library, they are holding a Christmas Crafts workshop for children of all ages between 4pm & 5:30pm on 17th December.
The Ark Atwood Primary Academy are coming to St John’s Kensal Green for their Carol Service on Thursday 17th December at 06.30pm
Over to the library again, there’s a screening of Minions on Saturday, 19th December between 3pm & 5pm for adults & children.
There’s a Three Churches Carol Service at St Luke’s, Fernhead Road on Sunday, 20th December from 6pm.
Finally, don’t forget you can help the local youth groups by getting your Christmas trees from either St Luke’s Church or Maida Hill Market over the next few weekends.
If you hear of any other events, do get in touch!