‘ EVENTS AT BRDERS
THURSDAY 14TH FEBRUARY
An evening of fun and Irolics and Hey! Who knows maybe romance?
SATURDAY 16TH FEBRUARY IIAM
An interactive talk with Tristan Bruce and his collection of Snakes.
Guaranteed to excite the kids and score mum!
WEDNESDAY 20TH FEBRUARY 7.3OPM
WINE TASTING EVENING
In the Borders Cafe (tickets El , only from Borders) Sample wines from around the world. In an evening dedicated to wine drinkers of all
ages and experience.
Art classes for everyone with Lynda Frame providing hints and tips for all mediums. Prepare that application for Watercolour Challenge now!
Everybody’s welcome at our popular general knowledge quiz night. Fun to be had, prizes to be won.
HEAD and NECK MASSAGE
Cure those midweek stresses with a complimentary head and neck massage.
For wannabe guitarists of all ages. Free lessons with our professional guitar
teacher. Who needs Pop Idol!
SATURDAYS I2 & 2PM
Listen to all your favourites in the kids department.
SUNDAYS I 2PM
Lions, tigers and bears. whatever you choose in the children's department.
Relaxing tunes to help you unwind on Sunday afternoon.
UNIT 26, FORT KINNAIRD, EDINBURGH, EH15 3RD TEL: 013] 657 4041
www. bordersstores.com/stores/4 74
OPENING HOURS: MONDAY TO SATURDAY 9AM TO 10PM SUNDAY IOAM TO 8PM
THURSDAY 14TH FEBRUARY 7PM
THE LION AND THE EAGLE
Dr Diana Henderson discusses her book a collection of unique stories of war, courage and pride from the surviving fOunders of the wartime Polish Community in Scotland.
THURSDAY 21 ST FEBRUARY 7PM
SOUL AND SOIL
Alastair McIntosh explores how global capitalism is affecting life in the Hebrides.
THURSDAY 28TH FEBRUARY 7PM
GRAHAM HANCOCK AT THE GLASGOW ROYAL CONCERT HALL
The real Indiana Jones discusses his book and television series Underworld. Tickets cost £2 only from Borders.
THURSDAY 28TH FEBRUARY 7PM
The blues group play a live set in the café.
THURSDAY 14TH MARCH 7PM
24 HOUR PARTY PEOPLE - TONY WILSON
Using the forthcoming Michael Winterbottom film as a starting point, Wilson's magnum opus reveals the personal stories behind the headlines of some of the seminal artists of our time, and the highs and lows of one man’s "wonderful rollercoaster" from the birth of punk to the death of acid house.
WEDNESDAY 20TH MARCH 7PM
SAVAGE GIRLS, WILD BOYS & LIVING DOLLS
Gaby Wood & Michael Newton explore childhood from two fascinating perspectives: a history of feral children and a quest for mechanical life.
MONDAY 25TH MARCH 7PM
HISTORY OF TV
From the first forays into the technology that changed the way we live, through the launch of the world's first high definition television series, the first broadcast war, the austere fifties, the swinging sixties, colour and the
seventies and the burgeoning new cable and satellite channels in the eighties and nineties, media guru, Tony Currie, discusses the history of TV in the UK.
0, AND A CAFE
98 BUCHANAN STREET, GLASGOW GI 38A TEL: 014] 222 7700
OPENING HOURS: MONDAY To SATURDAY 8.3OAM To 10.30PM SUNDAY 10AM To 9PM