Calendar

Nov
1
Sun
NovemberFest – All Month!!
Nov 1 @ 12:00 pm – Dec 4 @ 1:18 pm

NovFest
Kebele’s special month of events, NovemberFest, celebrating 20 years of Kebele social centre,
is up and running – list below.  Note that all events are at Kebele social centre unless stated otherwise. And if you’d like to put on an event over the next month then contact us asap at kebelesocialcentre[at]riseup[dot]net  and thanks a lot – come on down! See more info here.

Regular weekly events will continue as usual:
Tuesdays – Arts Workshop from 7-9pm, learn various arts techniques.
Wednesdays – Bike Workshop & Apothecary drop-ins from 12-4.30pm; Yoga 7-9pm.
Thursdays – Baby Notes for 0-5 year olds
Kebele’s Library & Infoshop are available whenever the building is open.
Note – all events/workshops/cafes at Kebele are either free or donation based, but nobody is turned away because they have no funds.

Special Events:
Monday 2nd, 6:30-10pm: Dinner and Mellow Monday ft. Freaky
Panda zine launch and discussions, bring board games etc.

Tuesday 3rd, 7:30pm: Artist/activist A.N.On shares their sketchbook

Saturday 7th, 11-4: Work day at Royate Hill Community Orchard

Sunday 8th, 6:30pm: Dinner and film: Trident ploughshares

Monday 9th, 7-10: Mellow Monday ft. History of Kebele discussion

Tuesday 10th, 7-9pm: Off The Map: space for reflection on our
emotions and responses as activists to the ongoing climate crisis.

Thursday 12th, 7:30pm: Bristol Hunt sabs Quiz night

Friday 13th, 7pm: Songs and stories of the Spanish Revolution

Sunday 15th, 1-5.30pm: Songs & stories of resistance workshop

Sunday 15th, 5-6:30pm: Wellbeing meeting (in the library)

Sunday 15th, 6:30pm: Dinner and film: This Changes Everything

Monday 16th, 7-10pm: Mellow Monday, with board games etc.

Tuesday 17th, 7-9pm: What’s happening at COP21? Workshop

Thursday 19th, 7:30pm: Until All Are Free: A participatory workshop exploring the connections between human and non-human prisons.

Friday 20th, from 6.30pm: fundraising meal & info night organised by Bristol Anarchist Black Cross for US anarchist prisoner Eric King

Saturday 21st, 11-4: Work day at Royate Hill Community Orchard

Sunday 22nd, 6:30pm: Sunday Social set vegan meal, then at 7.30pm Short films for Radical Action

Monday 23rd, 7-10pm: Mellow Monday, with board games etc.

Tuesday 24th, 7:30pm: Puppetry performance: Roots of Resistance – the history of Earth First!

Thursday 26th, 7.30pm: Introduction to Anarchist Ideas – workshop by Kebele’s Dangerous Thoughts Collective

Sat 28th, 10am-5.30pm: Social Centres Network National Gathering

Saturday 28th, 7-11.30pm: Party with live acoustic acts followed by DJs

Sun 29th, 9:45am-4pm: Social Centres Network National Gathering

Mon 30th, 7-10pm: Mellow Monday ft. Alcohol & Anarchy discussion

Friday 4th December, from 6.30pm – Bristol ABC’s Winter Warmer fundraising meal & social

Friday 18th December – Kebele’s 20th birthday bash at a location in Easton. Details to follow…

Nov
22
Sun
Short films for radical action
Nov 22 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

ffaAfter dinner at 7.30pm a series of Short Films for Radical Action – organised by Andrew Butler of the Bristol chapter of Films for Action. FB event.

Jan
12
Tue
Arts group workshop
Jan 12 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Weekly drop-in arts workshop. Learn or skillshare some artistic skills. Materials available, more are welcome, as are donations for materials.

Jan
19
Tue
Arts group workshop
Jan 19 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Weekly drop-in arts workshop. Learn or skillshare some artistic skills. Materials available, more are welcome, as are donations for materials.

Jan
26
Tue
Arts group workshop
Jan 26 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Weekly drop-in arts workshop. Learn or skillshare some artistic skills. Materials available, more are welcome, as are donations for materials.

Feb
2
Tue
Arts group workshop
Feb 2 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Weekly drop-in arts workshop. Learn or skillshare some artistic skills. Materials available, more are welcome, as are donations for materials.

Feb
28
Sun
From slave trade to arms trade
Feb 28 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Bristol Against the Arms Trade (BAAT) presents: From the Slave Trade to the Arms Industry
BAATBristolians played an active part in abolishing the slave trade, despite the economic benefits it had for the city. Now Bristol’s wealth is tied to military aerospace and arms industries which are profiting from the current endless wars. Time to call for conversion?
2.00pm – Open Planning Meeting + speaker from CAAT
4.00pm – Films “Not in our Name” and others
6.30pm onwards – The Legendary Kebele Sunday Social and vegan cafe
FB event

All welcome!

Mar
8
Tue
Bristol Solidarity Network meeting
Mar 8 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Now’s a good time to join the network! We have regular meetings every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month. We meet 7.30pm at Kebele Social Centre.

What we believe…
Faced with relentless attacks on our quality of life from bosses, landlords, authorities and politicians, it is easy to give up the fight, keep our heads down, and accept that this is just the way things are.
Bristol Solidarity Network is determined to show another way, based on principles of solidarity and shared struggle. We are a group of local people committed to sticking together to overcome common problems we face. We can make real changes for the better through concerted, collective effort and direct action.

The story so far…
Since starting out in 2013 we have successfully accompanied workers and tenants to win their struggles against profiteering, bullying bosses and landlords. From putting a stop to management harassment and families being forced into homelessness to forcing bosses to pay stolen wages and a slum landlord to do the repairs, we have chalked up some solid victories. We have clearly seen the strength of working together to pile on the pressure. Solidarity is our best defence and direct action gets results!

Get involved!
If you share our ideas of getting organised to get used to winning, get in touch! We have regular meetings that are open to all who share our ideas and aims. We want to make sure that the solidarity network is open, accessible and welcoming. We have strength in numbers and as the network grows, so will our ability to win more victories!

Get in touch:

https://network23.org/bristolsolnet/

bristolsolidaritynetwork@riseup.net

Mar
22
Tue
Bristol Solidarity Network meeting
Mar 22 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Now’s a good time to join the network! We have regular meetings every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month. We meet 7.30pm at Kebele Social Centre.

What we believe…
Faced with relentless attacks on our quality of life from bosses, landlords, authorities and politicians, it is easy to give up the fight, keep our heads down, and accept that this is just the way things are.
Bristol Solidarity Network is determined to show another way, based on principles of solidarity and shared struggle. We are a group of local people committed to sticking together to overcome common problems we face. We can make real changes for the better through concerted, collective effort and direct action.

The story so far…
Since starting out in 2013 we have successfully accompanied workers and tenants to win their struggles against profiteering, bullying bosses and landlords. From putting a stop to management harassment and families being forced into homelessness to forcing bosses to pay stolen wages and a slum landlord to do the repairs, we have chalked up some solid victories. We have clearly seen the strength of working together to pile on the pressure. Solidarity is our best defence and direct action gets results!

Get involved!
If you share our ideas of getting organised to get used to winning, get in touch! We have regular meetings that are open to all who share our ideas and aims. We want to make sure that the solidarity network is open, accessible and welcoming. We have strength in numbers and as the network grows, so will our ability to win more victories!

Get in touch:

https://network23.org/bristolsolnet/

bristolsolidaritynetwork@riseup.net

Base for Anarchy & Solidarity in Easton