WEDNESDAY 6TH MARCH 7PM -
BUSINESS & ACADEMIC EVENING
Drop in for a complimentary glass of wine and discuss our COrporate Business Accounts.
THURSDAY 14TH MARCH I2 NOON
TV’s Ground Force handyman drops in for a lunchtime chat and signs copies of his latest book 'Tommy Walsh's Basic DIY'
SUNDAY MARCH I OTH
Free Chocs for mum on her special day.
THURSDAY I 4TH MARCH
WORLD BOOK DAY
A whole clay dedicated to reading for young and old
MONDAYS I IAM
Activities and Fun for preschoolers. Free Filter coffee and iuice
Art classes for everyone with Lynda Frame providing hints and tips for all mediums. Prepare that application for Watercolour Challenge now.
Everybody welcome. Prizes to be won but hey, remember it's iust for fun.
HEAD AND NECK MASSAGE
Relax and unwind from those midweek stresses with our free compli- mentary professional Heacl & Neck Massage.
Fancy being the new big thing and grabbing a Brits award. Gordon Balfour our professional guitar teacher can help show you the way. Just bring along your guitar.
SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS — 12PM & 2PM
Keep the kids quiet for iust a little while with their favourite stories from around the world.
THURSDAY 28TH FEBRUARY 7PM
AT THE GLASGOW ROYAL CONCERT HALL
Writer and adventurer Graham Hancock will be discussing his latest book and television series Underworld. Tickets cost £2 and are available only from Borders.
SATURDAY 9TH MARCH 6PM
Discover Peru with Mike Gonzalez of Glasgow University and Centro Espanol Lorca.
THURSDAY 14TH MARCH 7PM
The co-founder of Factory Records and owner of Manchester's legendary Hacienda will be talking about his book 24 Hour Party People. Using the forthcoming Michael Winterbottom film as a starting point, Wilson relives two of the most exciting pop Cultural events in recent music history 7 the birth of punk and the explosion of rave Culture. This is the stuff of legends...
FRIDAY I5TH MARCH I2.3OPM
MERCADO JUSTO - FAIRTRADE
As part of Fairtrade Fortnight, Costa Rican coffee farmer Guillermo Vargas Leiton will be speaking'about the importance of Fairtrade and the positive effect it has had on his life and his community. In association with Oxfam Scotland and the Fairtrade Foundation.
MONDAY 18TH MARCH 7PM
SPEAKING FROM THE HEART
Asylum seekers from around Glasgow join Suhayl Saadi for original poetry readings. In association with Scottish PEN.
WEDNESDAY 20TH MARCH 7PM'
- SAVAGE GIRLS, WILD BOYS, AND LIVING DOLLS
Gaby Wood and'IVlichaeI Newton explore childhood from two fascinating perspectives: Wood's Living Dolls details society's quest fOr and fascination with mechanical life; and Newton's Savage Girls and Wild Boys explores the history of feral children.
THURSDAY 2IST MARCH 7PM AT THE GLASGOW ROYAL CONCERT HALL
MARIO VARGAS LLOSA
Peru's literary genius will be in conversation with Mike Gonzalez discussing his latest novel The Feast of the Goat. Tickets cost £3 and are available only from Borders.
MONDAY 25TH MARCH 7PM
A HISTORY OF TELEVISION
Tony Currie, author of A Concise History of British TV and The Radio Times Story will be speaking about the history of British television.
BOOKS, MUSIC, VIDEO, AND A CAFE
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