Wee Write! Family Day

Wee Write! the dedicated book festival for children and families returns to the Mitchell Library for two days!

When, Where & How Much...

Next Date: 25 February 2017
Future Dates: 04 March 2017
01 January 1970
Time(s): 10am - 5pm
Where: The Mitchell Library, Glasgow City Centre
Price: See listing for details

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About Wee Write! Family Day

Make a note to join us on Saturday 25th February or 4th March, for an amazing families day at Wee Write! Children’s book festival.

Free Events Running Both Saturdays


BOUNCE & RHYME
11am – 11.45am | FREE

Action songs, rhyme-time and stories for parents/carers and little ones to enjoy together.
Ages 0 – 2 years

BODYWORKS/FIT LAB WITH THE SCIENCE CENTRE
Sessions running throughout the day | FREE

Glasgow Science Centre’s BodyWorks on Tour is a fantastic travelling exhibition all about the science of the human body. The experience is built around “hands-on” stations that are accessible and fun for people of all ages. Participants will have a great time being scientist and subject as they get to test out how their body works!
Suitable for all ages

BIG KID TWISTER
FREE

Big Kid Twister will create amazing and unique balloon models throughout the day for children to take home.
Ages 3+ years

TODDLERS TALES
2pm – 2.45pm | FREE

Toddlers Tales is a fun, interactive activity for parents, carers and children to enjoy together giving them the opportunity to enjoy physical play and help the child build vocabulary and knowledge.
Ages 2 – 3 years

DIGITAL GARAGE @ WEE WRITE
10am – 4pm | FREE

The Digital Garage is the place where anyone can come to give themselves a digital tune-up and pick up the skills they need to make the most of the web. Drop in to the Digital Garage for a virtual reality experience with Google Cardboard and navigate the giant Google Earth wall.
Great family fun!

BRAW TALES FOR BAIRNS
3.15pm – 4pm | FREE

Storytime with a real Scottish flavour. Hear about hungry cats and hairy coos, a midgie-swallowing lassie, and help us sing our very special Auld Lang Syne.
Ages 3 – 5 years

Saturday 25th February


MINECRAFT MYTHICAL BEASTS & MONSTERS
10.40am -11.30am, 12 – 12.50pm, 1.20pm – 2.10pm | £5

Explore myths & legends through the blockbased game of Minecraft with digital artist Gemma May Latham. Create your own mythical beasts and monsters. Write a story that will become the stuff of Legend, from two-headed sea squids to llama-eating dragons, and build your creatures in game.
Age 8 + years

OMMIE AND THE MAGICAL GARDEN, WITH SIRKKA FISK
11am – 11.45am, 12.15pm – 1pm and 1.30pm – 2.15pm | £5

A lovely active story time with Sirkka reading from her book Ommie and the Magical Garden, which combines an imaginative story to inspire young minds with simple yoga movements to benefit the body. Stretch and join in! Ommie is a brand new concept created to improve the health and happiness of children by teaching them simple everyday yoga.
Ages 3 – 7 years

MACASTORY’S MYTHS! MAGIC! MYSTERY!
12noon – 1.00pm | £5

Macastory take you back through the mists of time to experience some of the world’s greatest myths and legends... stories that have been told for thousands of years, full of adventure, gods, heroes and mysterious creatures that will have you on the edge of your seat! Macastory will bring these ancient tales to life... and youwon’t just be listening either, you’ll be part of the adventure too! Prepare for an hour of magical ‘mything’ fun, action and adventure!
Ages 7+ years

THE GLASGOW GRUFFALO WITH ELAINE C SMITH
12noon – 1pm | £5

Everybody loves The Gruffalo and now you can enjoy this children’s classic for the very first time in Glaswegian! Translated by actress and comedian Elaine C. Smith, The Glasgow Gruffalo will delight both children and adults alike. “A gallus moose taen a dauner through a scary big wood. A fox clocked the moose an the moose looked good.”
Ages 5+ years

SHIVER ME TIMBERS! IT’S CAPTAIN FIREBEARD, WITH CHAE STRATHIE
1.30pm – 2.30pm | £5

Welcome to Cap’n Firebeard’s School for Pirates – the fiercest, baddest school on all the Seven Seas. Students are taught to be fierce and brave, and lessons include ‘walking the plank’, ‘pirate speak’ and ‘crow’s nest climbing’. Get ready for Chae Strathie’s latest adventure, as the class put these new-found skills to the test! Chae’s popular live events are a mad mash-up of reading, singing, fun and daftness.
Ages 5 – 9 years

BOY. WIZARD. HERO. CELEBRATING THE HARRY POTTER BOOKS
2pm – 3pm | £5

Have you ever wanted to explore the magical world of Harry Potter books? Which Professor of Hogwarts would you like to meet? Join Fleurble Laffalott (super-assistant to the Professor of Potter) for a fun and interactive hour as she introduces some of the great Professors from J.K. Rowling’s much loved books, and throws in some transfiguration, potions and even a slow-motion Quidditch match along the way! New and exclusive bookmarks for all who attend.
Age 7+ years

CODERDOJO@WEE WRITE
2.45pm – 4.30pm Drop In | FREE

If you like writing stories but wish you didn’t have to choose just one way for a story to end, join this workshop. Discover how to use computer code to write a story with lots of different endings, which you can put online for your friends to read.
Ages 12 – 16 years

PAVLA’S PUPPETS PRESENTS THE OWL WHO WAS AFRAID OF THE DARK Adapted from the original book by Jill Tomlinson
3pm – 4pm | £5

In this charming and witty story Mrs Barn Owl sends Plop to talk with all sorts of characters on the ground. Gradually Plop discovers how interesting the dark can be and in the end he knows for sure that he is a night bird, just like his parents.
Ages 5+ years

COMIC WORKSHOP BROUGHT TO YOU BY JOHN FARDELL
3pm – 4pm | £5

Join the author-illustrator of Manfred the Baddie, and The Day Louis Got Eaten, for this fun interactive workshop. With lots of tips, techniques and inspiration to create exciting comic strips and picture stories. A must for budding comic strip writers.
Ages 8+ years

Saturday 4th March


PLAY, TALK, READ BUS
10am – 4pm | FREE - situated outside The Mitchell

Jump aboard the Play, Talk, Read bus Benji, to listen to stories, join in with rhymes and get involved in some messy play.
Ages 0 – 5 years

3 BEARS: A PERFORMANCE BY THE CLYDEBUILT PUPPET THEATRE
11am – 12noon | £5

The metal world of Goldilocks meets the lovely natural wooden world of 3 BEARS – the result, a very sticky adventure all round. Happily they become friends and cook up the most wonderful porridgey recipe together. The cook, Steve, bakes in the kitchen and finds time to tell a wonderful warm story using kitchen implements in a very intriguing and unusual way. This very successful Clydebuilt show is performed with objects found in the kitchen.
Ages 3 – 7 years

FIVE GO!
11.30am – 12.30pm | £5

Join us for some Famous Five fun and find out if you have what it takes to be a member of the mystery-solving gang. Codes, puzzles, games and lashings of ginger beer. Of course!
Ages 8 – 10 years

COLIN AND LEE, CARROT AND PEA WITH MORAG HOOD
11.45pm – 12.45pm | £5

Lee is a pea. All of his friends are peas; except Colin. Colin isn’t a pea. A deliciously funny story of an unlikely friendship between a small green pea and a tall orange carrot stick. Join author Morag Hood as she shares their story, all about the beauty of making friends with people (or vegetables) who are different from you. Then story with Morag and discover the special qualities unique to each vegetable friend. A fantastically funny story that appeals to the very youngest child - and makes adults laugh out loud.
Ages 4 – 6 years

ADVENTURES WITH THE GAELIC TREE ALPHABET WITH ARIEL KILLICK
11.45am – 12.45pm | £5

An Gille Dubh / The Guardian of the Trees, saddened by the clearing of his beloved trees and people, has left his forest home to sit alone atop the highest mountains, leaving his beautiful, prized possessions to Sìne to tell his tale. This touching, subtly powerful yet fun workshop, including Gaelic poetry, affords opportunities to learn, lie and dream amongst the ‘stars’ under a magical Gaelic spell, and take part in creating an exciting Scottish forest adventure!
Ages 7+ Years

SPY QUEST: CURSED DIAMOND
1.15pm – 2.15pm | £5

Spy Quest author and Super Spy Camp online game creator David Goutcher talks about his inspiration for Spy Quest and how he uses cutting edge technology in the game/ books, to immerse readers like never before in this action packed adventure about an international jewel thief.
Ages 7+ years

DINOSAUR DETECTIVES: A HISTORICAL THEATRE SHOW BY THE CLYDEBUILT PUPPET THEATRE
1.15pm – 2.15pm | £5

Follow the clues to the Dinosaur Bones...
Once upon a time enormous creatures walked the earth, creatures that became known in Victorian times as Dinosaurs. The Dinosaur Detectives follow a fascinating journey of discovery, fun and conflict surrounding the first fossil finds. A show with puppetry combined with projection and shadow theatre create their fascinating world. Dinosaur fans will love this show! A fossil table will be available at the end of the show for everyone to study fossils – including Dinosaur Vertebrae and Dinosaur Poo!
Ages 5 – 95 years

I AM A VERY CLEVER CAT WITH KASIA MATYJASZEK
1.30pm – 2.30pm | £5

Stockton the cat is very clever – he can dance, he can paint, he can juggle and he can knit. Or can he? Kasia Matyjaszek will help you find out all about Stockton and the friends who help him out when he gets in a terrible tangle in her hilariously brilliant new picture book.
Ages 2 – 5 years

CODERDOJO@WEE WRITE
1.30pm – 4pm Drop In | FREE

If you like writing stories but wish you didn’t have to choose just one way for a story to end, join this workshop. Discover how to use computer code to write a story with lots of different endings, which you can put online for your friends to read.
Age 12 – 16 years

ESTELLE MASKAME: DID I MENTION I LOVE YOU TRILOGY
3pm – 4pm | £5

4 Million Hits Online 140k Twitter Followers
19 Years Old!
Estelle Maskame began writing at 13, and had completed her DIMILY trilogy - already an international bestseller - by the time she was 16, uploading chapter by chapter on Wattpad. Estelle was the winner of the Arts Award in the Young Scot Awards 2016. DIMILY is an addictive, illicit love story with a clever modern twist.
Age 13 + years

Additional Dates: 04 March 2017

While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for Wee Write! Family Day are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment.

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Aye Write! BBC sports presenter Mark Chapman discusses his book 'The Love of the Game' at the Mitchell Library.
Laurence Rees - The Holocaust: A New History

Laurence Rees - The Holocaust: A New History

16 March 2017
Laurence Rees's The Holocaust: A New History attempts to answer two of the most fundamental questions in history.
Jim Carruth Introduces... Adam O’Riordan & Rachael Boast

Jim Carruth Introduces... Adam O’Riordan & Rachael Boast

16 March 2017
Aye Write! The Glasgow Poet Laureate Jim Carruth will introduce two prize winning poets in this session.
Ian Donaldson - A Rainbow in the Basement

Ian Donaldson - A Rainbow in the Basement

16 March 2017
Ian Donaldson, former lead singer and lyricist of 80s Glasgow synth-pop group H2O will be discussing his debut novel.
House Histories

House Histories

16 March 2017
Aye Write: Does your house have an interesting history? Researching its 'life story' can be fascinating and rewarding.
Chris Leslie - Disappearing Glasgow

Chris Leslie - Disappearing Glasgow

16 March 2017
Aye Write: Photographer and filmmaker, Chris Leslie, examines Glasgow’s process of demolishing tower block estates.
Tim Burgess - Tim Book Two

Tim Burgess - Tim Book Two

17 March 2017
Aye Write: Charlatans front man Tim Burgess' Tim Book Two is a tale of his lifelong passion for records.
Lynn Knight - The Button Box

Lynn Knight - The Button Box

17 March 2017
Aye Write: The Button Box traces the story of women at home and in work over three generations.
James Hanratty - The Making of an Immigration Judge

James Hanratty - The Making of an Immigration Judge

17 March 2017
Aye Write! James Hanratty's book tackles the most talked about issue of recent times, the European immigration crisis.
Howard Cunnell & Brian Johnstone - Family & Secrets

Howard Cunnell & Brian Johnstone - Family & Secrets

17 March 2017
Aye Write! Howard Cunnell and Brian Johnstone will be discussing their absorbing family memoirs.
Four Mums in a Boat

Four Mums in a Boat

17 March 2017
Aye Write! Four Mums in a Boat is the incredible true story of four ordinary working mums from Yorkshire!
Elaine C Smith - The Books That Made Me

Elaine C Smith - The Books That Made Me

17 March 2017
Aye Write! Elaine C. Smith will be sharing her most treasured books, in what will be a memorable event!
Daniel Rachel & Dave Randal - Mixing Pop and Politics

Daniel Rachel & Dave Randal - Mixing Pop and Politics

17 March 2017
Aye Write: These books both explore how musicians have tried to change the world with the political power of music.
Aonghas MacNeacail & MacGillivray - The Sharpening Stone

Aonghas MacNeacail & MacGillivray - The Sharpening Stone

17 March 2017
Aonghas MacNeacail and MacGillivray present poems, film and song in Gaelic and English for this unique event.
Alex Gray, Douglas Skelton & Les Wood - The Dear Gritty Place

Alex Gray, Douglas Skelton & Les Wood - The Dear Gritty Place

17 March 2017
Join three top notch crime writers whose books are set in our fair city - Alex Gray, Douglas Skelton and Les Wood.
Alastair McIntosh - Poacher’s Pilgrimage

Alastair McIntosh - Poacher’s Pilgrimage

17 March 2017
Alastair McIntosh returns to the islands of his childhood and explores the meaning of these places in his new book.
Michael Hutchinson - RE:Cycling, 200 Years on Two Wheels

Michael Hutchinson - RE:Cycling, 200 Years on Two Wheels

18 March 2017
Aye Write: Michael Hutchinson's book, 'RE:Cycling, 200 Years on Two Wheels' looks at 200 years of cycling history.
Mark Billingham - Die of Shame

Mark Billingham - Die of Shame

18 March 2017
Aye Write: Die of Shame is the spectacular new book from number one bestseller Mark Billingham!
Mark Beaumont - Africa Solo

Mark Beaumont - Africa Solo

18 March 2017
Join Mark Beaumont as he discusses his latest world record attempt, cycling the length of Africa in under 50 days!
Louise Welsh Introduces... Polly Clark and Sarah Day

Louise Welsh Introduces... Polly Clark and Sarah Day

18 March 2017
Aye Write: Professor of creative writing at Glasgow University Louise Welsh introduces Polly Clark and Sarah Day.
Lois Pryce & Sarah Outen - Revolutionary Journeys

Lois Pryce & Sarah Outen - Revolutionary Journeys

18 March 2017
Aye Write: Join Lois Pryce & Sarah Outen as their adventures take them to beautiful and unexpected places.
Mike Herron & Andrew Greig - Tuning Into the 1960s

Mike Herron & Andrew Greig - Tuning Into the 1960s

18 March 2017
Aye Write: This singular book offers two harmonising memoirs of Mike Herron & Andrew Greig.
Peggy Hughes Introduces... Rory Gleeson & EM Reapy

Peggy Hughes Introduces... Rory Gleeson & EM Reapy

18 March 2017
This event brings together Rory Gleeson and EM Reapy with a pair of impressive Irish debuts introduced by Peggy Hughes
Peter Mackay & Iain Macpherson - 500 Years of Gaelic Love Poetry

Peter Mackay & Iain Macpherson - 500 Years of Gaelic Love Poetry

18 March 2017
Aye Write: Join Peter Mackay & Iain Macpherson for 500 Years of Gaelic Love Poetry.
Rob Scott & Anthony Burton - Crafted in Britain

Rob Scott & Anthony Burton - Crafted in Britain

18 March 2017
Crafted in Britain is a celebration of traditional crafts and industries that have survived into the modern world!
Travis Elborough & Malachy Tallack -  Improbable Places and Undiscovered Islands

Travis Elborough & Malachy Tallack - Improbable Places and Undiscovered Islands

18 March 2017
Two young travel writers will be discussing their unusual books of improbable places and undiscovered islands.
Val McDermid - Out of Bounds

Val McDermid - Out of Bounds

18 March 2017
We are so excited to be welcoming the legendary queen of crime back to Aye Write! with her latest novel Out of Bounds.
Vybarr Cregan-Reid - Footnotes: How Running Makes Us Human

Vybarr Cregan-Reid - Footnotes: How Running Makes Us Human

18 March 2017
Aye Write: In Footnotes, Vybarr Cregan-Reid sets out to discover why running means so much to so many.
Le Mùirn (with affection)

Le Mùirn (with affection)

18 March 2017
Aye Write: Conversation and song in the company of the author Catriona Murray, Margaret MacLeod and Ishbel Murray.
Kit Wharton - Emergency Admissions

Kit Wharton - Emergency Admissions

18 March 2017
Aye Write: Emergency Admissions gives us a fascinating glimpse into the extraordinary world of ambulance driving!
Aarathi Prasad & Margaret McCartney - National Health Services

Aarathi Prasad & Margaret McCartney - National Health Services

18 March 2017
Aye Write: This fascinating session will compare our NHS with the healthcare sysem in India.
Alan Rowan, Anna Magnusson & Vicky Jack - Mountain Quests

Alan Rowan, Anna Magnusson & Vicky Jack - Mountain Quests

18 March 2017
Aye Write! Join Vicky Jack and Alan Rowan for some eye-watering tales of their mountain adventures.
Anne Galastro -  Joan Eardley: A Sense of Place

Anne Galastro - Joan Eardley: A Sense of Place

18 March 2017
Aye Write: join Anne Galastro as she gives a detailed account of artist Joan Eardley's life and art.
Brix Smith Start - The Rise, the Fall and the Rise

Brix Smith Start - The Rise, the Fall and the Rise

18 March 2017
The Rise, The Fall, and The Rise is the extraordinary story, in her own words, of musician Brix Smith Start.
Chris Mullin - Hinterland

Chris Mullin - Hinterland

18 March 2017
Aye Write: Join former politician Chris Mullin as he discusses his memoir, Hinterland!
Christopher de Bellaigue - The Islamic Enlightenment

Christopher de Bellaigue - The Islamic Enlightenment

18 March 2017
Aye Write: The Islamic Enlightenment is essential reading for anyone engaged with the state of the world today.
Craig Robertson & Stav Sherez - Online Crime

Craig Robertson & Stav Sherez - Online Crime

18 March 2017
Aye Write: Join Craig Robertson & Stav Sherez as they discuss the opportunities the internet provides for crime.
Kapka Kassabova & Garrett Carr - Hard Borders

Kapka Kassabova & Garrett Carr - Hard Borders

18 March 2017
Aye Write: Kapka Kassabova and Garrett Carr will be discussing their very topical books about the borders of the EU.
Ian Cobain - The History Thieves

Ian Cobain - The History Thieves

18 March 2017
Aye Write: In this important new book, Ian Cobain offers a fresh appraisal of the Official Secrets Act.
Frank Gardner - Crisis

Frank Gardner - Crisis

18 March 2017
Aye Write: Join the BBC Security Correspondent Frank Gardner as he discusses his new thriller Crisis!
Diana Bretherick & ES Thomson - Ripping Victorian Yarns

Diana Bretherick & ES Thomson - Ripping Victorian Yarns

18 March 2017
Aye WRite: Victorian Edinburgh and London provide the setting for these ripping gothic tales.
David Hepworth - 1971 - Rock’s Golden Year

David Hepworth - 1971 - Rock’s Golden Year

18 March 2017
Aye Write: Join legendary rock journalist David Hepworth as he discusses what made 1971 Rock's Golden Year!
Mark O’Connell - To Be a Machine

Mark O’Connell - To Be a Machine

19 March 2017
Aye Write: Mark O'Connell’s To Be a Machine, presents us with an exploration of transhumanism.
Martin Sixsmith - Ayesha’s Gift

Martin Sixsmith - Ayesha’s Gift

19 March 2017
Join Martin Sixsmith for the story of a young Pakistani woman whose life is thrown into turmoil.
Mary Edward & Michael Keating - A Wealthier, Fairer & More Diverse Scotland?

Mary Edward & Michael Keating - A Wealthier, Fairer & More Diverse Scotland?

19 March 2017
How can Scotland use its new and existing powers to create a brighter economic and socially inclusive future?
Michelle Birkby & Mick Finlay - Sherlock-ish

Michelle Birkby & Mick Finlay - Sherlock-ish

19 March 2017
Aye Write: here are two novels that take place in Sherlock’s world but with imaginative twists!
Richard English - Does Terrorism Work?

Richard English - Does Terrorism Work?

19 March 2017
Richard English brings his expertise studying terrorism to the task of answering this complex & controversial question
Ross Raisin & Anthony Cartwright - Football in Fiction

Ross Raisin & Anthony Cartwright - Football in Fiction

19 March 2017
Aye Write: Join Ross Raisin & Anthony Cartwright as they discuss topics far beyond what happens on the pitch.
Sally Magnusson - The Books That Made Me

Sally Magnusson - The Books That Made Me

19 March 2017
Aye Write: Join Sally Magnusson as she talks through some of the books that have made the greatest impact on her life!
Susan Calman - Cheer Up Love

Susan Calman - Cheer Up Love

19 March 2017
Aye Write: Well-known comedian and writer Susan Calman discusses her memoir, Cheer Up Love at the Mitchell Library!
Madeleine Bunting - A Hebridean Journey

Madeleine Bunting - A Hebridean Journey

19 March 2017
Aye Write: Madeline Bunting considers the extent of The Hebrides' influence beyond their shores.
John Hunter - The Small Isles

John Hunter - The Small Isles

19 March 2017
Aye Write: Join John Hunter for a tour of the Small Isles, Rum, Eigg, Canna and Muck in this illustrated talk!
Alan McKirdy - Scotland’s Geology

Alan McKirdy - Scotland’s Geology

19 March 2017
Aye Write: Join Alan McKirdy as he presents an illustrated talk on Scotland's Geology at the Mitchell Library.
Catherine Mayer - Attack of the Fifty Foot Woman

Catherine Mayer - Attack of the Fifty Foot Woman

19 March 2017
Aye Write: Join Catherine Mayer as she discusses her book 'Attack of the Fifty Foot Woman' at the Mitchell Library.
Chris Fleet & Margaret Wilkes - Scotland: Mapping the Islands

Chris Fleet & Margaret Wilkes - Scotland: Mapping the Islands

19 March 2017
Aye Write: Join the authors of Scotland: Mapping the Islands for an engaging and visually stunning illustrated talk!
Chris Morgan Jones & Mick Herron - Our Kind of Spies

Chris Morgan Jones & Mick Herron - Our Kind of Spies

19 March 2017
Aye Write: Join Chris Morgan Jones & Mick Herron as they discuss British espionage fiction at the Mitchell Library.
CL Taylor & Sarah Pinborough - Gripping Psychological Thrillers

CL Taylor & Sarah Pinborough - Gripping Psychological Thrillers

19 March 2017
Aye Write: CL Taylor and Sarah Pinborough will be reading from and discussing their gripping psychological thrillers.
Jason Donald & Laura McVeigh - Refugee Tales

Jason Donald & Laura McVeigh - Refugee Tales

19 March 2017
Aye Write: These two remarkable books take an unflinching look at the refugee experience.
John Boyne - The Heart’s Invisible Furies

John Boyne - The Heart’s Invisible Furies

19 March 2017
From the best-selling author of The Boy in the Striped Pajamas, John Boyne, comes The Heart's Invisible Furies.
John Burnside - New Poetry and Prose

John Burnside - New Poetry and Prose

19 March 2017
It’s always a pleasure to hear John Burnside read and for Aye Write this year we have not one, but two new books.
Oh What A Night!

Oh What A Night!

29 March 2017
Oh What A Night! is a celebration of the amazing music of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons featuring The Jerseys!

Books Events you might like...

Waterstones Sauchiehall Street Sci-Fi, Horror & Fantasy Book Group Waterstones Sauchiehall Street Sci-Fi, Horror & Fantasy Book Group
22 Feb 2017
Join Waterstones Sauchiehall Street for their monthly book group focusing on all things Sci-Fi, horror and fantasy!
Bounce and Rhyme Bounce and Rhyme
22 Feb 2017
Bounce and Rhyme are free and fun sessions for parents, carers and children 3 or under ran weekly in Glasgow Libraries
Toddlers Tales Toddlers Tales
22 Feb 2017
Toddlers Tales are free and fun sessions for parents, carers and children aged 3-5 held weekly in Glasgow Libraries!
Bounce and Rhyme Bounce and Rhyme
23 Feb 2017
Bounce and Rhyme are free and fun sessions for parents, carers and children 3 or under ran weekly in Glasgow Libraries
Toddlers Tales Toddlers Tales
23 Feb 2017
Toddlers Tales are free and fun sessions for parents, carers and children aged 3-5 held weekly in Glasgow Libraries!
Bounce and Rhyme Bounce and Rhyme
24 Feb 2017
Bounce and Rhyme are free and fun sessions for parents, carers and children 3 or under ran weekly in Glasgow Libraries

Days Out Events you might like...

What’s on for Families at Glasgow Museums Resource Centre What’s on for Families at Glasgow Museums Resource Centre
22 Feb 2017
Bring the family along to the Glasgow Museums Resource Centre for a day crammed with fun events!
Model Rail Scotland 2017 Model Rail Scotland 2017
24 Feb 2017 - 27 Feb 2017
Model Rail Scotland is the biggest model railway show held in Scotland and is a must for every railway enthusiast!
What’s on for Families at Glasgow Museums Resource Centre What’s on for Families at Glasgow Museums Resource Centre
25 Feb 2017
Bring the family along to the Glasgow Museums Resource Centre for a day crammed with fun events!
What’s on for Families at Scotland Street School Museum What’s on for Families at Scotland Street School Museum
25 Feb 2017
Scotland Street School Museum hold a fantastic programme of activities for all the family throughout the year!
Wee Write! Family Day Wee Write! Family Day
25 Feb 2017
Wee Write! the dedicated book festival for children and families returns to the Mitchell Library for two days!
What’s on for Families at Riverside Museum What’s on for Families at Riverside Museum
25 Feb 2017
The Riverside Museum hold a fantastic programme of activities for all the family throughout the year!

Family & Kids Events you might like...

What’s on for Families at Glasgow Museums Resource Centre What’s on for Families at Glasgow Museums Resource Centre
22 Feb 2017
Bring the family along to the Glasgow Museums Resource Centre for a day crammed with fun events!
Hartbeeps at St Enochs Hartbeeps at St Enochs
22 Feb 2017
Enjoy Hartbeeps sessions for a unique, interactive and sensory experience for youngsters at the St Enoch Centre!
Project Craft Project Craft
22 Feb 2017
Learn new skills, create something unique and have lots of fun along the way with Project Craft at Paperchase!
Wee Weans Workshop Wee Weans Workshop
22 Feb 2017
Enjoy playing in our messy workshop where you can create fun filled memories with your wee one!
Bounce and Rhyme Bounce and Rhyme
22 Feb 2017
Bounce and Rhyme are free and fun sessions for parents, carers and children 3 or under ran weekly in Glasgow Libraries
Toddlers Tales Toddlers Tales
22 Feb 2017
Toddlers Tales are free and fun sessions for parents, carers and children aged 3-5 held weekly in Glasgow Libraries!

Music Events you might like...

LeAnn Rimes LeAnn Rimes
22 Feb 2017
LeAnn Rimes is embarking on a UK tour next year. See her at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on 22nd February.
Back To Bacharach Back To Bacharach
22 Feb 2017
Back to Bacharach celebrates the magical music of Burt Bacharach, catch it at The Pavilion Theatre Glasgow!
Bounce and Rhyme Bounce and Rhyme
22 Feb 2017
Bounce and Rhyme are free and fun sessions for parents, carers and children 3 or under ran weekly in Glasgow Libraries
Toddlers Tales Toddlers Tales
22 Feb 2017
Toddlers Tales are free and fun sessions for parents, carers and children aged 3-5 held weekly in Glasgow Libraries!
Dukes Open Mic Dukes Open Mic
22 Feb 2017
Enjoy live music every Wednesday night at one of the most historic and atmospheric venues... Dukes Bar!
Nathaniel Gow’s Dance Band: Ceilidh Nights 3 Nathaniel Gow’s Dance Band: Ceilidh Nights 3
23 Feb 2017
Celebrate the roots of ceilidh dancing courtesy of Nathaniel Gow's Dance Band at The Glad Cafe on February 23rd!

Workshops Events you might like...

Observational Drawing (Natural Forms) Observational Drawing (Natural Forms)
22 Feb 2017
Join artist Sheena Russell at House for an Art Lover for an Observational Drawing course on Natural Forms.
LIFEdrawing (Wednesday, Feb - March) LIFEdrawing (Wednesday, Feb - March)
22 Feb 2017 - 29 Mar 2017
Explore a variety of life drawing techniques, materials & approaches on this 6 week course at House for an Art Lover.
Project Craft Project Craft
22 Feb 2017
Learn new skills, create something unique and have lots of fun along the way with Project Craft at Paperchase!
Hand Weaving Workshops Hand Weaving Workshops
23 Feb 2017
Join artist Dee Leckie on Thursday evenings at Maryhill Burgh Halls to learn the therapeutic art of hand weaving!
Project Craft Project Craft
23 Feb 2017
Learn new skills, create something unique and have lots of fun along the way with Project Craft at Paperchase!
Project Craft Project Craft
24 Feb 2017
Learn new skills, create something unique and have lots of fun along the way with Project Craft at Paperchase!

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