Thursday April 19
Table Top Sale - 7 pm at the scout hall at 71 Glencairn Drive, Pollokshields. Entry 50p.
Giffnock Theatre Players perform Eugene O’Neill’s coming of age comedy Ah Wilderness (opens Wednesday night and runs till Saturday) at 7.30pm. For more info visit www.giffnocktheatreplayers.com or phone 577 4970.
Friday April 20
Selection of fun and exciting stories and songs every Friday for 3-5 year olds from 10.30am at Busby library.
Saturday April 21
Rouken Glen park hosts the first National Highland games of the season and year. Free entry from 11am.
Young Scotland’s Got Talent road show , an employment campaign for people with learning difficulties and on the autistic spectrum. Free event will take place at Orchardhill Parish Church, Giffnock from 9.30am to 3pm.
Sunday April 22
Animal stories from around the world at the Burrell collection from 2pm. Entry is free, phone 287 2550 to book.
A night of Broadway at Eastwood Park theatre (tickets £15). Phone 577 4970 to book.
Afternoon tea social in the Sherbrooke castle hotel from 2pm, organised by the Just Us Women Meetup Group.
Monday April 23
The Avenue in Newton Mearns celebrates world book night with live music from Hugh MacGilp and comedy storytelling from local autrhor Harry Morris. The event, organised by Waterstones, takes place in Costa.
Tuesday April 24
Exhibition of work from Glasgow’s experimental art-into-music scene, including an installation from James Thomas and Solina Hi-Fi and performances from David Sherry and others. Starts 2pm at Queen’s Park Railway club.
Wednesday April 25
Free Interactive bookbug session for children aged 0-3 years at Busby library at 10.30am.
Thursday April 26
Cathcart ME support group meets at 7.30pm in Cathcart trinity church. Guest is speaker is a medical herbalist (please note a correction from this week’s paper, which stated that the topic was hair loss). For more info call Tony on 571 1991 or John on 632 2486.
For more events, visit www.whatsoneastrenfrewshire.co.uk