What’s on (Jan 15-22)
SATURDAY JANUARY 17
FREE fun at the Glasgow Museums Resource Centre. Today, Wee Pirates craft session for ages 2-5, 11am and 2pm. Tomorrow, Fossil Fun for ages 5+, 1-3pm.
FAIRYTALE singalong at Broom Nursery at Broom Parish Church, 2.15-4.30pm. £5 entry, under twos go free for an afternoon of guest singers and well-known characters.
CHARITY disco night at Giffnock North Social Club, in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care. 7.45pm til late and tickets are £6 from the bar, or 07790085048.
SUNDAY JANUARY 18
FUNDAY Sunday at The Avenue. Kids activities and mall mascots with balloons from 11am-4pm - free to join.
CLASSIC cinema for grown ups at the Burrell Collection, today showing musical Les Miserables. 2pm start, and entry is free. Call 287 2550 to find out more.
TALK on local charity - Fiona’s Eye Fund, enabling doctors and nurses from Scotland to work in developing countries to impove eyecare - at Giffnock South Parish Church. 7-8pm, tea and coffee served after.
MONDAY JANUARY 19
PLAYTIME at Eastwood Park Theatre. Introduce under threes to music. Runs 30 mins and free to join, but tickets are required. Call 577 4956 for more info.
SCOTTISH Wildlife Trust talk entitled Living on a remote seabird reserve. Join Laura Cunningham at Duff Hall, 7.30-9.30pm as she discusses her summer as a ranger on Handa Island. £3 entry, £2 for SWT members and free for children. More info on 433 9099.
LEARNERS invited to try their hand (or foot) at Scottish country dancing. The Royal Scottish Country Dance Society are at Hillpark Secondary every Monday until March 16, 7.30-9.15pm. RSCDS members £4, non-members £6 - and remember to wear soft shoes.
TUESDAY JANUARY 20
STAR gazing at Rouken Glen with Katy Mould, an astronomer from the Glasgow Science Centre. Runs 7-9pm - to find out more, call 577 3912.
For more events, visit What’s On East Renfrewshire.