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Thursday April 3
COUNCILLOR Vincent Waters’ surgery at Thorntree Hall, Thornliebank at 7pm.
COUNCILLOR Stewart Miller’s surgery at Montgomerie Hall, Eaglesham at 7pm.
COUNCILLOR Jim Swift’s surgery at Kirkhill Primary, Newton Mearns at 7pm.
COUNCILLOR Alan Lafferty’s surgery at Duff Memorial Hall, Eaglesham, at 7pm.
SOUTHSIDE sessions at Sweeneys on the Park from 8.30pm.
Friday April 4
HEAR to Help drop in clinic - providing free advice and support for people with hearing difficulties - at Mearns Library from 2pm.
Cracking Open Easter is an evening for all ages to explore Easter, held at Maxwell Mearns Castle Church. Starts at 6.30pm.
COUNCILLOR Jim Fletcher’s surgery at Rhuallan House (7pm).
Saturday April 5
QUEEN’S Park farmers market — 10am till 2pm.
CHAS Easter charity fair at South Shawlands Church from 10am.
FAMILY film Monsters Inc at Eastwood Park Theatre from 10am. Tickets £2.
CHOIR of Newton Mearns Parish Church holds a coffee morning in aid of Mary’s Meals from 10am till noon.
GIFFNOCK North Social Club presents It’s That Swing Thing on April 5. Tickets £10. Call 07790085048 to book. Starts at 7.45pm.
Sunday April 6
WEEKLY quiz night at Ivy India from 6.30pm.
HINDU festival of renewal, Holi, at Rouken Glen Park from noon till 4pm.
GREATER Shawlands Republic comedy night from 8pm at The Bungo. Entry is £6.
Monday April 7
CLARKSTON community council meeting at Williamwood High from 7.30pm.
THORNLIEBANK Tenants and Residents Association meets at Rhuallan House from 7pm.
JOIN Peter Morrison for a night of Broadway and Beyond at Eastwood Park Theatre. Tickets are £17 from 577 4956. Show starts at 7.30pm.
Tuesday April 8
MEET author Louise Welsh at Primavera Cafe who will be discussing her new book A Lovely Way to Burn from 7pm.
For more events, visit What’s On East Renfrewshire.