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Activities and tun
I COLLINS GALLERY 22 Richmond Street. 552 4400/553 4145.
Workshops Tile Painting for 7—12 year olds led by potter Andrew Adair. 1 Sept. two sessions. 10am—noon or 1—3pm. £2. Limited numbers. for bookings phone Laura Hamilton ext 2558.
I DOME OF DISCOVERY South Rotunda. Govan Road. 427 1792.
Over 60seientific 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).
I GLASGOW ZOO Calderpark. Uddingston. 771 1185.
Open every day. 10am—6pm. Animal handling sessions available for groups. Kids£1 .50; Adults £2.60 (family ticket £7).
I LITTLE MARCO'S Templeton Street. 554 7184.
Children's indoor play centre with climbing frames. slides. ball pits. soft play areas. Children under 4ft 7in only and under 3 year olds must be supervised. One and a half hour sessions. £3. Mon—Sat. 10am—8pm.
I GLASGOW MUSEUMS
See Museums. Hear Museums Most museums now have Walkman Tour Guides available for hire. kids 50p; adults £1 . with the following aimed especially at kids.
Mysteries ot the Universe at Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum Turns the entire collection into an instructive computer game.
Faces 01 History at The Burrell Collection The faces on various exhibits tell theirown stories as Hayley Mills takes you through 5000 years of history. For 7—12yearolds. Drivers at The Museum at Transport Meet the people who worked on or built the vehicles through the ages. For 7— 12 year olds.
I MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT Bunhouse Road. 357 3929.
Everything on wheels. ranging from prams to trams. Reconstructed street complete with cinema and subway. Mon—Sat. 10am—5pm; Sun 2—5pm. Admission free.
I PAISLEY ARTS CENTRE New Street. Paisley.
Just Dennis (U) Mr Brown‘s pesky little
neighbour strikes again. (Not acartoon). 1 Sept. 1.30pm. Kids 50p; Adults£1.
Out and About
I EASTWOOD BUTTERFLY KINGDOM Rouken Glen. 620 2084.
Tropical atmosphere created indoors to make hundreds of butterﬂies feel at home. insect Kingdom houses lots ofcreepy crawlies. Open every day. 10am—5.30pm. Kids£l; Adults£1.50.
I KELBURN COUNTRY CENTRE On the A78 between Largs and Fairlie. 0475 568685. Junior Viking Games Tug-o-war. boot throwing. archery. log hauling. . .Four teams of 1 1—14 year olds will compete against each other in a variety ofgames with a traditional Viking feel. Places limited to twenty. contact Kelburn ifyou with to compete. Display of Viking action by the Gall Gael Dark Age Society complete with authentic costumes. armour and weapons. Lots ofother activities for non-competitors. face painting. bouncy dragon. archery. Punch & Judy. plus all the Kelburn regulars. adventure playground. pony rides. pets
corner. 2 Sept. from 1pm. Accompanied kids£l (non-accompanied. £1 .40); Adults £2. Free minibus service leaves Largs
Station at 11.45am and 1.45pm.
l I SUMMERLEE HERITAGE TRUST West (‘anal Street. ('oatbridge. 023631261. 3 23-acre museum illustrating 200 yearsof i Scottish industry. people and working I machinery. including Scotland's only
I working tramway. Open daily.
; 10am—5pm. admission free.
'OF WOMAN '
ART COMPETITION & EXHIBITION Glasgow - September 1990
Women artists working in Scotland are invited to submit 20 and 3D work.
£1,000 prizes - deadline August. Sponsored by K. D.L. Homes
For information write: Kaye Lynch, Women 2000. 1 Bankhouse Road, Lesmahagow, Lanarkshire ML11 OES.
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I PAISLEY ARTS CENTRE New Street. . Paisley.887 1010. I Best to book for these shows. phone or call in at the Box Office. Kids 50p; Adults£1.
Mr Boom Songs and fun from the man from the moon. 8 Sept. 11.30am and 1.30pm. Kids 50p; Adults£l.
Activities and tun
I EDINBURGH ZOO Corstorphine Road. 3349171.
Open every day of the year. Animal handling session (must be booked) on the hour. 50p. Don't miss the Penguin parade at 2.30pm. 9am—6pm. Kids £1 .80; Adults £3.20.
I KENNEDY'S FUN CENTRE Windsor Place. Portobello. 669 1075.
Saturday morning open sessions for children up to age ten. accompanied by an adult. Trampolines. soft play equipment. tree house. bouncy castle. pirate ship. 9.30—1 l.30am.£1.50.
I KOKOS Franchise Village. Craig Park. Newcraighall Road. 6690082.
(‘hildren‘s leisure centre. Adventure maze. ball pool. soft play areas. bouncy castles. climbing nets. Fully supervised—
Kids art classes at the 369 Gallery
children over 3 yrs can be left. Height limit 55 inches. One and a half hour sessions. Mon—Fri. 10am—2pm. £2: 2—6pm. £3. Sat. Sun and public holidays. 10am—6pm.£3. I MURRAYFIELD ICE RINK Riversdale Crescent. 337 6933.
Various sessions from 10am at the weekend. 2pm weekdays. including Beginners skating Mon and Thu 5—7pm. Admission £1.10. Skate hire 50p.
I ROYAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND (‘hambers Street. 225 7534 ext 219.
The Discovery Room Ever X-rayed an axehead or tested animal teeth“? Do you know where the fish went on holiday? Pop in and find out. Open until 2 Sept. Mon—Sat. 10am—4pm: Sun. 2—4pm. Admission free. Not suitable for under6 year olds and under 10s must be accompanied by an adult. (Family groups. one adult to 4 kids).
I THINS BOOKSHOP 53—59 South Bridge. 556 6743.
Saturday Club Every Saturday.
10.30—1 1.30am. Activities and competitions for 3—11 year olds. plus story-telling for younger children. Free. I 359 GALLERY 233 Cowgate. 225 3013. Book now for 10 week term ofautumn art classes for 6—10 year olds. starting Sat 13 Oct. 10.30am—noon or 2.30—4pm. Drawing. printmaking. model-making. collage etc. all materials supplied. £28 per term. Further info from Sandra Duncan at the gallery. Mon—Fri. 10.30am—5pm.
I MUSEUM OF CHILDHOOD 42 High Street. Doctor Who Exhibition Photographs. games. toys and models ofthe many characters from the television series. including a life-size Tardis. Open Mon—Sat. 10am—6pm. Admission free.
Out and About
I MARKLE LDCI’I Iiast Linton. liast Lothian 0620860155.
Children's Fun Fishery Special pond at Markle fisheries with lots of trout! Rod hire £1 .50 (or bring your own). catch costs you £1 .80 per lb. Bait supplied free. Open every day. 9am—8pm.
72 The List 31 August — 13 September 1990