Sing Along Group 21st June

June 19, 2018

Our next Sing Along is on Thursday 21 June at 1.30 until 3pm. This is open to all in the community and is dementia friendly. We hope you will join us for a very relaxed and fun afternoon and would encourage you to invite a friend or neighbour along.

Bouncy Castle and Games!

June 14, 2018

To start the ball rolling for this year’s Holiday Club we have arranged to have a bouncy castle at the church café on Thursday 28th June between 10am and 12pm. Parents can bring their children, and while they have lots of fun, you can enjoy a cuppa with friends! There will be responsible adults on hand to maintain safety at all times. On this day there will be Registration forms available to sign up early for the Showstoppers Holiday Club in August.

Wildfest – Glasgow Wildlife Garden Festival

May 29, 2018

Take part in our festival celebrating Glasgow’s green spaces! There are events suitable for
the whole family, with plenty of opportunities to get outdoors and discover more about urban
wildlife. See notice board for more information – ‘Giving Nature a Home in Glasgow’ or
E-mail:gnahg@rspb.org.uk or visit www.glasgowwildfest.org

Crossover – Ceilidh

May 29, 2018

There will be an ‘End of session Ceilidh’ at the Church on Saturday 2nd June 2018 from 7-9pm. (Tickets £5). P7-S3 (P6’s also welcome!) Parental consent required – forms available on the night.

Alzheimer Scotland – Forthcoming Events

May 20, 2018

‘Come dine with us’ – on Wednesday 23rd May at 7pm at Garvie & Co. 1 Station Road, Milngavie, G62 8PD.
‘Tea and a cultural blether’ – on Thursday 14th June at 1.30-3pm at Boclair Academy, Inveroran Drive, Bearsden, G61 2PL, accompanied by musical recitals and a show. For details and to book either of the above contact: Anne O’Donnell on 0141 946 0966 or email: ao’donnell@alzscot.org.
‘Shall we dance?’ – on Wednesday 6th June at Milton of Campsie Parish Church 1.30 -3.30pm. To book call Angi or Anne on 0141 946 0966 or 07976 618419 or email Angie at Alnch@Alzscot.org

Act For Our Future

May 13, 2018

Take part in a free interactive workshop led by Diane Green of Christian Aid, in partnership with Stop Climate Chaos Scotland, to give you more information on Scotland’s new Climate Change Act and how you can get involved in the campaign for climate justice. Venue: Springburn Parish Church, 180 Springburn Way, Glasgow G21 1TU on Thursday 14th June 7-9pm. Space is limited, so please book your place by emailing coordinator@ecocongregationscotland.org by 25th May.

Community Sing-Along

May 6, 2018

Our next Sing Along is on Thursday 17 May at 1.30 until 3pm. This is open to all in the community and is dementia friendly. We hope you will join us for a very relaxed and fun afternoon and would encourage you to invite a friend or neighbour along.

Boys’ Brigade Display

May 6, 2018

Family and friends are invited to our annual BB display on Friday, 11th May at 7pm.
Please come along and support the boys and leaders and see what we get up to on a Thursday night throughout the year. Please stay and have some refreshments at the end (donations of home baking gratefully received). The boys would be grateful for the following items: –
Jamaican (Rastafarian) hats/headgear x5
– Australian hats (corks round the rim type thing) x5
– Scotland wee Jimmy hats x5
– Flags of these countries and other commonwealth countries
– Sports gear associated with these countries
Please make sure all items are named so they can be returned.

Friendship Lunch

April 27, 2018

The next Friendship Lunch will be on Tuesday, 1st May at 1pm. Margaret and Marion will be leading us in a sing-along of some of our favourite songs. We hope you will come along, in good voice, and join us for lunch.

BB Display – Fri 11th May, 7pm

April 27, 2018

Family and friends are invited to our annual BB display on Friday, 11th May at 7pm. Please come along and support the boys and leaders and see what we get up to on a Thursday night throughout the year. Please stay and have some refreshments at the end (donations of home baking gratefully received). Many thanks, John Hair.

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