Extra Time: what’s on in your area? (Apr 17-24)

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Thursday April 17

NETHERLEE and Stamperland community council meeting at Clarkston Halls (7.30pm).

Giffnock Theatre Players’ production of ‘Allo ‘Allo! runs till Saturday at Eastwood Park Theatre . Tickets are £10. To book, or for more details, phone 577 4956.

SOUTHSIDE Sessions presents new acts at Sweeneys on the Park from 8.30pm.

Friday April 18

EASTER egg trail at Greenbank House and Garden from 11am till 4.30pm. £1.50 per child. Phone 08444932201 to find out more.

WHITELEES Windfarm visitor centre Easter crafts all weekend (starts 11am). Visit www.whiteleewindfarm.co.uk for more information.

Saturday April 19

PULSE 98.4FM host their Easter part at Eastwood Park theatre from 12.30pm. Tickets are £12.50 from 577 4956.

Sunday April 20

AN EGGCELLENT adventure at Rouken Glen for an afternoon of kids activities from 2pm till 4pm.

EASTER family fun at Whitelee Windfarm from noon till 4pm.

QUIZ night at the Ivy India from 6.30pm.

Monday April 21

ROUKEN Glen Park seven bridges walk from 7pm till 8.30pm.

Tuesday April 22

BUSBY Flower Club meets at the Redhurst Hotel in Giffnock from 7.30pm.

Wednesday April 23

GIVE blood session at Broom Parish Church of Scotland in Newton Mearns from 2pm till 3.45 and 5.15pm till 7.30pm.

OPEN mic night at the Cartvale in Busby from 8.30pm.

REFERENDUM debate hosted by STV news presenter John Mackay at the Redhurst Hotel from 7.30pm. Tickets (£15) from 887 6181.

EAGLESHAM and Waterfoot community council meeting scheduled for Monday April 28 has been brought forward. The meeting will be held at 7.30 in the Committee Room, Montgomerie Halls, Eaglesham.

Thursday April 24

BOOKBUG session at Mearns Library from 10.30am.

TEA dance at The Avenue from 7pm.

Orienteering at Pollok Country Park from 7pm. Phone 07846587797 to find out more. Open to newcomers to orienteering, families and club members.

For more info visit What’s On East Renfrewshire or What’s On Glasgow.