Liverpool Cares September Virtual Social Clubs

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Here are all of the virtual clubs Liverpool Cares have planned this month! The camera symbol 🎦 means it’s a group video chat on zoom, using the internet. The phone symbol 📞 means it’s a group phone chat which you can join
in by calling in using your landline or mobile. All of these clubs are free to attend.

Book onto clubs in advance by calling 0151 659 1789 and pressing option 1, or emailing abbie.beckett@liverpoolcares.org.uk and you will be sent the links to join the clubs.

🎦 Wednesday 2nd September 1:45pm – 3:00pm: Indian Dance Class
We’ve teamed up with World dance teachers Movema and Indian Arts
development trust Milapfest to bring you a fantastic Indian dance class!
Limber up and learn something new, exercise and have fun – all in one!
This club is open to all abilities – these moves are equally fun and
expressive whether done from a seated or standing position.

📞 Friday 4th September, 3:00pm – 4:00pm: Phone-in cuppa and catch
up
Call in for free from your phone and have a gab at this relaxed, chatty club.
We will put you in small groups so you can have some good conversation
with new and old friends. Make a brew, get comfortable and enjoy a natter,
what could be better?
Call us on 0151 659 1789 for more information.

🎦 Tuesday 8th September 2:00pm – 3:00pm: French Club
Bonjour! Roisin, a volunteer from Manchester Cares has kindly offered to
run a French Club. Join in to learn some basic French words and phrases,
chat about any holidays you’ve had, your favourite French food (frog’s legs
anyone?) or share your memories of France. Absolute beginners welcome.

🎦 Friday 11th September, 4:00pm – 5:00pm: Ged’s quiz!
Older neighbour Ged is holding his own quiz for us tonight, so embrace the
healing properties of mindless trivia, and join your neighbours for this
Virtual Quiz Club. Test your general knowledge and have a laugh all from
the comfort of your living room!

🎦 Monday 14th September, 2:00pm – 3:30pm: Movies, music and
memories
We will email you some old video clips of places and people from times
gone by. We then come together to chat about what memories they inspire
in you. This club is great for reminiscence, and teaching younger
neighbours about things they may not have even heard of! Previous chats
have included The Bachelors and Bri-Nylon.

🎦 & 📞 Friday 18th September, 5:00pm – 6:30pm: Desert Island Discs
You can phone in to this social club OR join us on video! Like the radio
show of its namesake, come with a song in mind and an anecdote about
why it’s meaningful to you. This month’s theme is movies – think of a song
from a film or TV show and share it with the group, we’ll play them aloud
for everyone to enjoy.
Call us on 0151 659 1789 for more information.

🎦 Tuesday 22nd September, 6:00pm – 7:00pm: The Cares Family
Choir
What could be better than having the company of neighbours from far and
wide as we get together for some joyous song with amazing choir coach
Gabriella? She will be leading us in warmups, laughter and the lyrics of
‘Can’t Help Falling In Love’ by the king himself, Elvis Presley! We’ll be
joining neighbours from North London Cares, South London Cares, East
London Cares and Manchester Cares for this singalong. No singing
experience is necessary, all levels are welcome to come along and howl
the hour away!

🎦 Monday 28th September, 2:00pm – 3:30pm: Movies, music and
memories
We will email you some old video clips of places and people from times
gone by. We then come together to chat about what memories they inspire
in you. This club is great for reminiscence, and teaching younger
neighbours about things they may not have even heard of! Previous clips
have included Doris Day and Opportunity Knocks.

🎦 Wednesday 30th September, 6:30pm – 7:30pm: Cares Family Disco
Join us for the Cares Family-wide party! There will be older and younger
neighbours from East London, North London, South London and
Manchester, as well as lots of the Cares Family staff at this fun-filled club.
We’ll provide the music, so get your glad rags on and come together for a
good boogie.

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