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Thursday May 15
The Southern Art Club return to Greenbank Garden for a week’s exhibition of work with many of the exhibits for sale. Runs till Sunday (11am till 4pm).
NETHERLEE and Stamperland community council meeting at Clarkston Hall, from 7.30pm.
EROS Musical Society presents classic tale Oliver! at Eastwood Park Theatre from 7.30pm (runs till Saturday.) Tickets £15 from 577 4956.
Learn to take control of your finances at Cartsbridge Evangelical Church, Busby from 7.45pm. Free event.
Friday May 16
TECHNOLOGY session, 2pm at Giffnock Library. Learn how to use the latest gadgets. Phone 577 4976 for more info.
CATS Protection Giffnock and District Branch holds an 80s night fundraiser at the Redhurst Hotel from 7pm. Entry £8.
Saturday May 17
HELP give Clarkston a spring clean. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how to take part.
COMMONWEALTH Sports and Arts festival at Williamwood High running ground, 1-5pm.
GLUTEN free coffee afternoon at St Aidans Church from 2pm — part of Coeliac Awareness Week.
Sunday May 18
JOIN the countryside rangers at Dams to Darnley park from 10am till 12.30pm to see what is available for your plate in spring. Phone 577 4053 for more info.
FUNDAY Sunday at The Avenue from 11am till 4pm.
WEEKLY quiz night at Ivy India from 6.30pm.
Monday May 19
Join the Activity Rangers and get active on this monthly evening stroll through the glen, 7pm at Rouken Glen Park.
Busby community council meets in the Duff Memorial Hall at 7.30pm. Meetings are open to the public .
GIFFNOCK community council meet at Giffnock library at 7.30pm.
Tuesday May 20
The Whitelee Stroller Striders fitness (11am) class at 11am, after regular Tuesday morning walk (10am).
Wednesday May 21
Open mic night at The Cartvale in Busby from 8.30pm.