The School Of Sound RSAMI). 100 Renfrew Street. 020 7323 3437.

9.30am 6pm. £465 (£188). See Wed 4.


Glasgow Art Fair George Square. 553 1937. 10.30ain~8pin. £3.50 (£2.50); under 10s free. See Thu 5.


Bright Ideas SliCC. 15innieston Quay. 08700404000. 1 12111170pm. £5.50 (£4). See Thu 5.


The School of Sound RSAMI). l()() Renfrew Street. ()20 7323 3437.

9.30am 6pm. £405 (£188). See Wed 4. Arts In Focus titistwtititl Theatre. (iiffnock. 577 4970. 1.30 4.30pm. liree. liast Renfrewshire‘s annual arts conference wltere yoti can network. express ideas and opinions and comment on the plans for arts in the year ahead.


Glasgow Art Fair (ieorge Square. 553 1937. l0.30am«6.30pm. £3.50 (£2.50); under 10s free. See Thu 5.


Scottish Self-Build Homes Show SliCC. 15innieston Quay. 0870040 4000. 10am —5pm. £4 (children under 16 free). Practical advice and inspiration on building the home of your dreams and Bob the Builder is nowhere in sight.

Bright Ideas SliCC. l-‘innieston Quay. 0870 040 4000. 10am-0pm. £5.50 (£4). See Thu 5.

Craft Fair David Livingstone Centre. 105 Station Road. Blantyre. 01098 823140. 1 lain-4pm. 1"ree. Hand-made crafts and unusual gifts front a wide variety of stalls. Plays In Progress Tron theatre. (i3 Trongate. 552 4267. 4.30pm. £2. Listen to the rehearsed reading of a play which is being developed for radio. It will be followed by a discussion with the writer. producer and cast.


Celtic v St Mirren (‘eltie Park. Kerrydale Street. Parkhead. 551 8653. 12.55pm. £19 (£1 1 ) Millennium Cltib members only. Could the League Championship be wrapped up today‘.’ St Mirren were the opponents on two Celtic title-winning occasions in the 80s. so they may wish to gatecrash the party for once. And there is the little matter of SP1. survival for Toni llendrie's men to consider.

Scottish Cup 2000/2001 Wishaw Sports Centre. Alexander Street. Wishaw. 01698 355821. Volleyball championship featuring the Men‘s and Women's semi- finals. l'nfortunately for some. there is no beach involved.

by the philanthropic 10am—5pm:


Who is telling tales? lt‘s (iav in Bell.

Who’s he? lie was foreign corespondent for The 'Iinu's and Reuters and is an award-winning travel writer. What is he talking about? He is talking about his experiences as a travel writer and will be reading froin his new book .S'onir'vv‘liei'r' ()l't‘l' the Ruin/mun

I Gavin Bell, Royal Concert Hall, 2 Sat/chieha/l Street. 353 8000. Tue 3 Mar. 7pm. £3.


Garden Willow Weaving Mtigtloek Country Park. Craigend Visitor Centre. Craigallian Rd. Milngavie. 956 6100. 10am -4pm. £12. Learn to work with willow and give your garden climbers something to cling on to and create teepees for your sweetpeas. Book in advance.

Raising the Rainbow Linn Park. Clarkston Road. 632 9299. l~3.30pm. Free. Spring is in the air (hopefully) and it is time to sow the wildflower meadow at Linn. llelp plant colour for everyone to enjoy in summer. Meet at the Visitor Centre.

Scotland’s Garden Scheme Finlaystone Country listate. 01475 540505. 2~5pm. £3 (£2). Buy your garden plants with all the proceeds going to charity.


Glasgow Art Fair George Square. 553 1937. Noon—6.30pm. £3.50 (£2.50); under 10s free. See Thu 5.


Scottish Computer Fair SliCC. Finnieston Quay. 08700404000. 10am. £3. Everything computer related at trade prices. froin the latest hardware and software to top quality second hand equnnnent

Scottish Self-Build Homes Show SliCC. Finnieston Quay. 0870040 4000. 10am-<5pm. £4 (children under 16 free). See Sat 7.

Bright Ideas SliCC. Finnieston Quay. 08700404000. 10am—6pm. £5.50 (£4). See Thu 5.

Scotland’s Largest Autojumble Chatelherault Country Park. Carlisle Road. Hamilton. 01698 426213. 10am.

Fri 8. Sun phernalia. devoted to

1"i‘ee. Chatelherault is transformed into a sprawling car boot and classic car sale for one day only.

Daffodil Day/Spring Fair (irccnbank (iat‘dc‘tts. l'llctldcl's Road. (ilut'kston. 010 5120. £3 (£2). Belicv c it or not it is actually spring. and (ireenbank (iardens are celebrating it with a day of arts and crafts. afternoon teas and games for the children.

Monday 9

Book events

David Gemmell Borders Books. 3s} Buchanan Street. 222 7700. 7pm. lirec. l)avid (iemtnell w ill read front and discuss his latest book Riii‘t'iilit'tirt (Bantam Press £16.99). the third in his series of ‘Rigante’ novels.


CADE 2001 (ilasgow School of Art. The Mackintosh (iallery. 107 Renfrew Street. 353 4500. The CAIN-I (Computers In Art and l)esign liducalion) Conference comes to the (ilasgovv School of Art. ()ne of the world‘s main forums for digital creativity in education. CAI)1£ 2001. the aim of the conference is to look at interdisciplinary and international character of digital media in the 2 1 st century. For further information check out the website w or call 0141 434 1500.

Other events

RSA Student Design Awards The Lighthouse. Mitchell Lane. 225 8414. 10.30am 75pm. £1.A showcase of the best in bright young talent from design schools across the l'K. There w ill also be a ('1) ROM presentation with a full review of last year's w inncrs and awards. Victorian Games David Livingstone Centre. 105 Station Road. Blantyre. 01098 823140. 2 4pm. 50p. Take a step

mural by DEl‘.'l(1

Haiti—53pm. Free.

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back in time and try otit traditional games such as the gird and cleek or the w hip and pectic.

Colour Therapy Workshop \Vaterstone's. 153 157 Sauchiehall Street. 332 9105. 7pm. l‘rec. Aura-Sonia is a form of colour therapy which tises ‘equilibi'itiin bottles' to reflect individual patterns in life and work. l’ind out more about this non-intrusive therapy during the course of the workshop.

Tuesday 10

Book events

Fiona Watson Borders Books. 283 Buchanan Street. 222 7700. 7pm. Free. l‘~l()11;l\\itll\(‘ll. presenter of the BBC's [uni/mull. series and author of Scotland: .-t IIHIUI'V .s'iiiiii Iit' .‘(iiiii .itl) ('l‘einptis Publishing £l 1.99) w ill give a short talk to launch her book.


CADE 2001 (ilasgow School of Art. The Mackintosh (iallery. 167 Renfrew Street. 553-151111. Sec 3100‘).

Other Events

RSA Student Design Awards the lighthouse. Mitchell Lane. 225 8414. 11am 5pm. £1. See Mott 9.

Wednesday 1 1


CADE 2001 (ilasgow School ofArt. The Mackintosh (iallery. 167 Renfrew Street. 35.“ 451111. See Mon 9.

Other Events

RSA Student Design Awards The Lighthouse. Mitchell Lane. 225 8414. 10.30am 5pm. £1. See Mon 9.

Book events

Ian Rankin Waterstone's. 153 157 Sauchiehall Street. 332 9105. 7pm. 1‘rec. Sec Tltc‘ 3.


CADE 2001 (ilasgow School of Art. The Mackintosh (iallery. 167 Renfrew Street. 353-15111). See .\1()tl t).


Get A Grip on Litter (ileniffer Braes Country Park. 884 3794. l‘ree. Lend a hand restoring the Bluebell Woods as part of the National Spring ('lean Campaign.

Other Events

RSA Student Design Awards The Lighthouse. Mitchell Lane. 225 8414. 10.30ams5pm. £1. See Mon 9.


Plant Habitats In South America llillhead Library. Bytes Road. 339 7223. 7.30pm. £2 for non-members. Dr Kevin Murphy of the l'niversity of (ilasgow gives an insight into South American plant life.

tiin of world faiths. fea-

Hutcbesmi brothers in 1802—5. the hall has recently been completely refurbished to give a taste of its fOrmer glory. The Hall also includes a ten-minute audio trail on the Merchant City. Also permanently on display. Glasgow Style. a mai0r multi media exhibition of objects made Or designed by yOung Glasgow designers. Museum Of Transport

Kelvin Hall, 1 Burnhouse Road. 287 2720. Mon-Thu & Sat

11am—5pm. Free. A museum crammed with buses. trams. fire engines. ships and other para-

the history of transport. Permanent exhibitions

include Shipbuilding On The River

Clyde. a large

McFarlane; iii/a/king Drum. an ll‘1(3f8(lll'.*€ sculpture by Stephen Healy: and Victims Of Transpon by Justin Carter.

People’s Palace 8. Winter Garden Glasgow Green, 0223. Mon—Tint; 8 Sat 10am—Son! Fri 8. Son

GlEngO‘i‘JS best-loved institution has recrmtly tindeigone a llléllOf facelitt to celebrate its centenary year. The new displays are set out thematically ‘.’/ltll subjects incitirlzng The Patter. "/JS/O/lS Of The City and Crime And Punishment,

St Mungo Museum of Religious Life And Art

2 Castle Street. 8:33 25:37. Mon—Thu 8 Sat 10am—Shin; Fri 8 Sun Haiti—Spin. Free. An anard-winning iiitise-

ttiriiig a Zen garden. priceless art works from the world's SIX ina;or religions. Dali's. Christ Of Saint John Of The Cross and the story of religion in Scotland through words and pictures. Tenement House tilt") Biiccleuch Street. Gari‘ethill, 333 0183. Daily 2—5pm. £33 (£2i. This typical Victorian tenement flat of 1892 provides a faSCinating look at Glasgow life during the first half of the 20th century.

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