What's On September-December
Posted: Fri 31 Aug
Our autumn programme
Open to Southside men from all backgrounds. Activities include; foraging, tai chi, music and cooking.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
TAI CHI ON THE LAWN
FRIDAYS; 10-11AM till 14 DECEMBER
Drop in | Boilerhouse used on wet days
Free guided tours of The Gardens by our wonderful volunteers for community and gardening groups. To book contact email@example.com.
Tours available in Urdu and Arabic.
WEDNESDAYS & FRIDAYS; 10AM-1PM
Good gardening skills? Would you like to join our team of gardening volunteers? Contact Andrea 0141 433 2722.
SATURDAYS; 8 & 29 SEPT, 13 OCT, 10 NOV 1-3PM
SUNDAYS; 28 OCT, 25 NOV 1-3PM
Come and get involved, meet new people and have fun. No experience necessary. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to book your space.
All welcome whatever your ability | Meet at the chimney
DOORS OPEN DAY
SAT 15 SEPTEMBER 1-4PM
TOURS; 1pm, 2pm, 3pm (approx. 40 mins)
Discover the transformation of the old Coplawhill Tramworks through volunteer led tours. Go bug hunting with RSPB, make wax rubbings of textures found in The Gardens, and make a picture using sunlight!
Drop in | All ages
INTO THE WILD:
Activities discovering the wild side of the garden
All ages | Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
SAT 15 SEPTEMBER 5.30-8PM
Discover the world of bats! Featuring bat detectors, guided bat walk, bat games and much more!
COFFEE & CHOCOLATE: FOOD FOR THOUGHT
SAT 6 OCTOBER 5.30-8PM
A Black History Month event featuring lantern-lit walk around The Gardens, coffee and chocolate tasting and much more!
STARRY NIGHTS, COSY FIRES
FRI 26 OCTOBER 5.30-8PM
Discover the night sky! Featuring a pop-up planetarium, storytelling campfire, ‘Light Field’ interactive artwork and much more!
For more information about;
VOLUNTEERING & LOCAL SCHOOLS ENGAGEMENT contact email@example.com
ACTIVITIES contact firstname.lastname@example.org