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I BIG NOISE Old Athenaeum Theatre. 179 Buchanan Street. 332 2333.

The Space Events for under~ 12s during summer. organised by Big Noise. responsible for kids' events during Glasgow 1990. Tickets cost 50p and can be booked in advance by telephone or pay at the door.

28Jul.11—11.458m Storytelling for 5—8 year olds.

4Aug.10.30—11.153m and 11.30am-12.15prn Backstage Visit. Find out how things work behind the curtain. (10-12 yrs).

4 Aug.11-11.458m Storytelling for 5—8 year olds.

I COLLINS GALLERY 22 Richmond Street. 552 4400. ext 2558.

Indian dance and storytelling workshops for 7—12 year olds led by Mamta Yadau. 30 and 31 Jul. 1. 2. 3 Aug. 1().3()am—12.3()pm. £2. Phone to reserve places.

I CRAWEURO THEATRE Jordanhill College. 76 Southbrae Drive. 950 3437. Summer Workshops 3-day workshops for

' 7—12 year olds. Drama. mask making and

craft work leading up to a performance. 31 Ju1.l& 2 Aug. 11am—4pm. Bringa packed lunch and wear old clothes. £3 per day. Limited numbers, booking esschtial. I OOME OF DISCOVERY South Rotunda. Govan Road. 427 1792.

Over 60 scientific exhibits to pull. push. ride on. sit on. spin on. Demonstrations at weekends. Open all year. Tue—Sun. 10am-5.30pm. Kids £1; Adults £2 (family ticket. 2 adults and up to 3 kids.£5).


Summer Fun Beading Fun Scheme running until 18 Aug. involving lots ofbooks. charts and stickers. Certificates will be award at the end of August in aspecial ceremony with guest Magic Bob. Pop into your local branch for joining details.

I GLASGOW KITE FESIVAL Glasgow High Rugby Club. Anniesland Cross.

Kites galore! Synchronized team flying. stunt kites, sky ballet. Chance to fly your own kite too. Workshops. stalls. parachuting teddy bears. bouncy castles. entertainers. 4 and 5 Aug. 10am—4pm. Admission free.


Games. nits. inflatables Funs sessions (normal pool prices) are running

throughout the school holidays at the following venues:

Govanhitl Mon-Fri. 10.3(Hioon;2—4pm. Pollokshaws Mon—Fri. 10.30am—noon;2—4pm.

Whiteinch Mon—Fri. 2—3pm.

Drumchapol Mon. Tue. Thu. Fri. 1()am—noon;Wed.2—4pm.

I NAGGS CASTLE 100 St Andrews Drive. Pollokshields. 427 2725.

Summer Activities Always very popular. must be booked (in person or by phone). One activity per child. Admission free. age range given in brackets. (Bring wellies and cagouls for Nature Trails if wet). At time ofgoing to press. places still available for the following:

27 Jul.10.158m Summer Storytime (4—7)

2.15m“ Croquet (8—12). 28Jul.10.15am Leaf Printing(4—7) 2.1Spm Summer Flowers (8-12).

Mon 30 Jul, 2.15pm Archery (8—12). 31 Jul, 10.15am Street Games (6—9)/ Keep Cool:Make a fan (8—12) 2.1Spm Sugar Mice (4—7).

1Aug,10.15am How we used to dress (7—12)/ Make a mask (6—9) 2.15m“ Shellwork (8—12).

2Aug.10.153m Croquet (8—12). 3Aug,10.15&m Nature Trail (4—7)/

Victorian Entertainments (o ‘3) 2.15pm Archery (8—12). Mon6Aug.10.15amiterh\(7 12) Storytime(4—7)2.15pm('roquet(S 12) Finger Puppets (5%).

7Aug,10.15am Painting & l’rintingH 7) 2.15pm (ilove Puppets (b ‘1) Make atile (8—12).

8Aug,10.158m Keep eool:\«1akeafan (8—12)’ Street (iamesth-O) 2.15pm Leaf Printing (4—7). Stained glass windows (8—12).

9Aug, 2.15pm Archery(S—-12). 10Aug,10.153m Make a mask (o 0) Summer Samplers (S— 12) 2.15pm liowwe used todress(7—-12) Nature'l'raiH-I- 7). 11 Aug. 10.158!“ Mosaic PicturesH 7) Shellwork (8- 12) 2.15pm ('roquet (#12) Victorian Entertainments (o. 0).

Mon13. Aug 10.1Sam Sugar Mice (i 7) Makea tile (7—12) 2.15pm Making FaceszCollage portraits (4—7). 14At19,10.158mlIerbs(7--12)2.15pm Archery(8—l2)r Summer Storytime (4"7). 15Aug.10.15am Summer 1-‘lovs-ers(S-12) Street Games (ti—9) 2.15pm Finger Puppets (5—8)’ Heraldry (S- 12).

16Aug. 2.15pm Croquet (S- 12) Painting & Printing(4—7).

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