Park Life LOCAL EVENTS Beth Christie: Journey to Antartica
February - March
Strathendrick Singers Spring Concert
Featuring Haydn’s supreme choral masterpiece, THE CREATION Sun 24th Mar 7pm Killearn Kirk Tickets (£12 for adults, under 16s free) will be available at the door or from choir members.
Thurs Feb 28 7.30-9pm. Victoria Halls, Sinclair Street Beth shares her passion for transforming education for a sustainable future by weaving reflections from an all-female expedition to Antarctica with stories from her academic research. She highlights the essential role of outdoor learning and learning for sustainability in fostering the values, attitudes, skills and confidence needed for people, places and the planet to flourish. Organised by Royal Scottish Geographical Society. Tickets free to Royal Scottish Geographical Society Member. Tickets £10 + booking fee for non members Book tickets via EVENTBRITE
Forest Theatre Company presents The Sound of Music Wed 13th -Sat 16th March Gartmore Village Hall Doors and bar open at 7.00pm Performance starts at 7.30pm Tickets £10 adults £7 child (under 16) Concessions for 60+ £7 on Wed & Thu Further information contact 01877 382910 firstname.lastname@example.org
Strathendrick Singers Musical Coffee Morning
Sat 2nd Mar 10 am -12 noon Killearn Kirk Hall Home baking, musical entertainment and much more.
Crochet, Knit and Natter (Free) – 10.30am – 12.30pm – Come along and share your knitting and crocheting ideas. Beginners welcome. Monday 4th February. Monday 18th February Monday 4th March. Monday 18th March Bookbugs – 10am – 10.30am - 0-4 years (free) – Songs, rhymes, stories and lots of fun with Bookbug. Tuesday 15th January. Tuesday 12th February Tuesday 12th March Storytime – (free) – (pre-school) – 9.30am – 10.30am – Songs and stories, play and coffee. Friday 1st February If anyone needs any more information, they can call the library on 01360 660 751.
Marie Currie Daffodil collection 2019 March/April www.mariecurie.org.uk Grab a friend and join a Great Daffodil Appeal collection near you Just two hours of your time will make a big difference to families facing the toughest times. Why volunteer? Volunteering just two hours of your time will help to raise the money needed to make sure more dying people get the care and support they need at the end of their lives. What’s more, collecting is lots of fun, you can do it on your own or with friends, and we'll support you from the moment you sign up.
Buchlyvie Village Hall on the second Tuesday of each month 12th March. The Story of Stirling Gin Distillery, with tasting June McCann, Co-Owner of Stirling Gin 9th April. Become a Dementia Friend Annie McWhinnie. Alzheimer Scotland
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