o The Open Llst is a tree listing: service tor ell cultural, educational, political and other events that do not tell into The List’s other listings categories.


o Chrystal Healing The Salisbury Centre. 2 Salisbury Road. Edinburgh 03] 667 5438. “lam—5.30pm. A workshop with Geoffrey Keer on the obscure (to me at least) art of healing using Chrystals - including Chrystal Wands!

0 Living on the Frontline Chaplaincy Centre. Edinburgh University (Potterow Building) £2 (U840 £1.50) 10.30am—5pm. A conferenceidayschool organised by Third World First (031 667 8550), looking at the situation of Southern Africa and its peoples.


0 Guatemala Meeting Peace and Justice Centre. St John‘s Church. Corner of Princes Street and Lothian Road. Edinburgh. 7.30pm. The Edinburgh Latin America Solidarity Campaign turn their attention to Guatemala 31 Janis National Day ofAction on Guatemala. A speaker from the Guatemala Committee for Human Rights will talk about the projects aimed at improving health provision in Guatemala in the context of the country‘s mass human rights violations.


0 Norwegian Week: Dinner Dance Glasgow Holiday Inn. 7.30pm. 041 204 1353 (Stephen Head or Christine Black for ticket details). Part ofthe week long series ofevents organised by the 400 strong Norwegian Student contingent living and studying in Glasgow. Students and general public of all nationalities welcome to take part in the Norwegian Experience.


0 Norwegian Week: Students Show Main Hall. Queen‘s College Glasgow. 1 Park Drive. Glasgow. 8pm. A result of‘the natural innate student crave for fun‘ a sort of Norwegian Footlights Revue.

o Glasgow—West Morning Star Readers and Support Group Concert Maryhill Community Halls. Maryhill Road. 8pm till late. £3 (£1.50) avail. from Craig Dunbar 0-11 334 7621. Dick Gaughan. Wildcat. Indian Dancers and Ceilidh Band plus late bar. Chilean food and stalls.



0 Norwegian Week: Carnival on Ice Summit Ice Rink. Minerva Way (close to SECC). £2. 5pm till late. Ice skating. games. food. music— and you have to wear a costume.

0 Catalyst Pertoamlng Arts Company Dance Workshop The Salisbury Centre. 2 Salisbury Road. Edinburgh. 031 667 5438. 10am—5pm. The exciting dance/theatre group headed by Lindsay John presents a workshop consisting of vigorous workout. massage. variety ofworkshop games etc.


0 Norwegian Week: Student Show 6pm. See Fri 30.lan.


0 Norwegian Week: Jazz Concert Main Hall. Mitchell Theatre. 041 204 1353 (Stephen Head or Christine Black for ticket details). Karin Krog, Louis Stewart. Per Husby and Bjorn Alterhaug with a programme ofJazz standards and originals in mainstream and contemporary styles.

0 Norwegian Week: ‘Dil - Look to Norway’ Boyd Orr Building. Univeristy ofGlasgow. 5.15pm. Hugo Steinnes, General Manager of Noroil talks bout the oil industry.


0 Norwegian Week: Political Debate Glasgow University Union. Debating Chamber. Glasgow. 6pm. Energy and Nuclear Power. MPs from Scotland and Norway debate the role of Nuclear Power as a source of domestic energy the two countries currently have very different perspectives with Norway producing 99% of all its electrical requirement from Hydro Electricity and Scotland building new Nuclear stations.


o The Scottish Boat, Caravan, Camping and Leisure Show Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre. 4—8 Feb. Wed 4 Feb 2—10pm. Thurs 5 Feb—Sat 7 Feb 10am—10pm. Sun 8 Feb 10am—6pm. £2 (50p cone) £5 for family ticket (2 adults. 3 children). 4000 square metres ofexhibition space given over to the latest in outside recreational living. Power boats and cruisers. forest cabins and holiday houses as well as water sport equipment.

0 Norwegian Week: A Selection of Films Grosvenor Cinema. Glasgow. Full programme still to be announced


invites applications for the following posts:


who will be required to produce three issues of the weekly newspaper covering the Festival period and


who will be responsible for attracting advertising revenue and will supervise sales and distribution for the newspaper.

Both posts require expertise, enthusiasm and hard work, forwhich financial reward will be given.

A// enquiries in writing to: The Convener, EUSPB, 48 Pleasance, Edinburgh EH8 9TJ.

Closing date for applicants: 30th January 1987.

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