- EVENTS AT BRDERS
SAT 7TH SEPTEMBER I2PM
Tristan Bruce Our expert snake handler guides y0u through all things reptilian.
THURSDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER 7PM
ROLE PLAYING GAMES GURU J.L. MUMFORD
Role playing games guru talks about the history of wargaming, introduces his novel Exiled and gives a role-play demonstration.
WED 18TH SEPTEMBER
TEACHER DISCOUNT DAY
Save IS% on Books, CDs, DVDs and Videos (Conditions apply). Enjoy a glass of wine and massage from 7pm.
TUES 15TH OCTOBER 7PM
TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE
A discussion and meditation on the teachings of Geshe Kelsang Gyatso with a Buddhist monk disciple. Learn to achieve calm and focus in all aspects of your daily life.
THURS 17TH OCTOBER 7PM
JASMINE BIRTLES & JANE MACK
The pair Discuss their witty and wise financial guide written for women, A Girl's Best Friend is Her Money. They present a financial cabaret on how to get out of debt, stay there and build a solid future.
TUES 22 OCTOBER 7PM
'WINE TASTING EVENING
Explore the world of supermarket wine where hidden gems can be had, less the expense. Tickets £2 each. Please ask at information for full details.
REGULAR EVENTS MONDAYS 7:30
Jan Williamson introduces sessions based on the simple truth that yOur beliefs create your experience of life. Alternate Mondays from 23rd September. Ask at information for more details and topi(s.
THURSDAY 5TH SEPTEMBER 7PM
Author of Ratpack Confidential, Shawn Levy will be talking about his new book Ready, Steady, Gal: Swinging London 8. the Invention of Cool. Enioy an evening of nostalgia as London in the sixties is baught alive through this fantastic story of those who created the scene that changed the world.
FRIDAY 6TH SEPTEMBER 6PM
Pedro Bueno, Spanish composer, lyricist, singer and lead guitarist of the band Gas will be playing an acoustic set of songs at BORDERS on Friday 6th September at 6pm.
TUESDAY IOTH SEPTEMBER 6-8PM
GLASGOW UNIVERSITY ADULT LEARNING OPEN EVENING
The University of Glasgow's Department of Adult and Continuing Education will be holding an open evening with information about their night classes for the new academic year.
WEDNESDAY I ITH SEPTEMBER 7PM POSTPONED
One of Scotland's most influential contemporary writers, Irvine Welsh will be reading from his new novel Porno at Barfly (ex-I3th Note Club). Tickets £2, available only from Borders.
MONDAY IoTH SEPTEMBER 7PM
American author Laurie Graham will be reading from and discussing The Future Homemakers of America as well as her new nOvel The Unfortunates.
WEDNESDAY 18TH SEPTEMBER 7PM
Asif Kapadia, the director of acclaimed tilm The Warrior will be giving an illustrated discussion on his work to celebrate its DVD release.
THURSDAY I9TH SEPTEMBER 7PM
Neal Ascherson will be (IiS( ussing his book Stone Voices, an exploration of S<ottish identity based (naund the story of his return to his native Scotland.
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