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when the Palace redevelopment programme was completed so what better excuse to have a bi

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a tree which is what Lord Charles Bruce, a descendant of George Bruce, the laird who moulde the town in its youn er days, will do. This occurs at 6.30pm on Fri 11 while other highlights include Opera On A Shoestring with Il Bar ierie di Siviglia and the Royal Scottish Academy of Music.




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The Heritage of Hats Hill of Tamil Mansionhouse. info: (H.334 653 I27. 7.30pm. £9 (£6). Devised and presented by hat historian Donald Lovat Fraser. this is a unique and fascinating show. featuring a series of recreated hats inspired by old portraits and prints. Light music and anecdotes invoke a special atmosphere. If you think the price is a bit hairy. maybe a mite over the top. it includes wine and strawberries.

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Hopetoun Country Fair Hopetoun House. South Queensferry. 33l 245 l. Ham—5pm. £3.50 (£1 ). lleadlining the fourth Hopetoun Country Fair is an all- girl aerial theatre company called Exponential while there is The l’okey Hats Pipers. go-karts. trade stands. earthball and terrier racing. lf you‘re reading this and happen to be under five. get your mummy and daddy to take you along and get in for free.

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Minding The Children Kinning Park Community Centre. by Kinning l’ark Underground. 419 ()329. 7 9pm. This is one for those who realise that good parenting is a bit more than handing out pocket-money and/or credit cards and sticking them in front of a l’laystation all night. This talk is about social. emotional and academic learning for a child-centred revolution. A discussion and party follows.


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Line Dancing Workshops llowden l’ark Centre. ()l5()6 43363-1. £ 1 S for si\ weeks (£12). 7.3()--9pm. liach 'l‘hursday until Aug 28. you can learn a few steps and add spice to your casual conversation with terms like Boot Scootin' Boogie and Trashy Women. Yee-ha. and so forth.



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Activities And Fun

Children's Nature Club Sat )2 Jul. 2—4pm. Cornalees Bridge Centre. Clyde Muirshiel Park. ()1475 521458. An afternoon looking at pond life in the park.

Minibeast Mania On Drumclog Sun 13 Jul. 2-—3.3()pm. Mugdock Country Park (meet at Drumclog Moor Car Park. by Mugdock Reservoir). 956 6l()(). Take a closer look at the beasties. beetles and butterflies of Drumclog Moor.

Wild Week 2 Mon 21 Jul. 1.45—4pm. Visitor Centre. Pollok Country Park. 632 9299. The second week of fun activities for 8—] 2 year olds.


Fly Away Home(U) on Sat 12 Jul. 2pm & 4. l 5pm and The Wind In The WillowstPG) on Sat 19 Jul. 2pm & 4pm. Glasgow Film Theatre. l2 Rose Street. 332 8128.

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Fame School Tue 22—Wed 23 Jul & Thu 24—Fri 25 Jul, 9.3()am—4.3()pni £20. Ages l3--l6. King's Theatre. Bath Street. For further information on the workshops. telephone lilspeth Kennedy on 287 0253. Whether your interest is in dance and singing or learning the technical tricks of the trade. then this workshop is designed for you. and will teach you everything you ever wanted to know about the inner workings of a theatre.


The Magical World Of Puppets The Scottish Mask & Puppet Theatre Centre. 8— l () Balcarres Avenue. 339 6185. A permanent exhibition of puppets and figures from around the world reflecting the diverse and multicultural heritage of an ancient and popular art form. The display includes Javanese and Balinese shadow puppets. Japanese Bunraku. Sicilian rod puppets and figures from the John M. Blundall television series 7711’ 7i/lIlll(l(’I'/)I.I'(/.\'.


Activities And Fun

Quickies For Kids Royal Museum of Scotland. 2 Chambers Street. 225 7534. Free ten-minute talks for children held every Saturday at 2. l 5pm. Moles And Their Hills is the subject on Sat l2 Jul. with Bicycles on Sat l9 Jul. Special kids‘ tours of the Birds and Animals Section take place every Sunday at 3pm. Wild Life Tue 22—Thu 24 Jul. l—4pm. Vogrie Country Park. l)alkeith (meet at Vogrie House). To book tickets and for further information. call 445 5969. Ages 8--- l 4. ()ld clothes at the ready for fun- packed afternoons at Vogrie Park.


The Singing Kettle The Busy Road Show See photo caption.

The Little Mermaid Wed 16 Jul. 2pm & 7.30pm. £5 (£3). St Bride's Centre. l() ()rwell Terrace. 346 I405. ()rchai'd Theatre Company presents the wonderful tale of the little mermaid who is curious to discover what life is like above the waves.