Extra Time: what’s on in your neighbourhood? (Oct 11-18)

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Inclusion in Extra Time is free! Send your events to the email above no later than the Friday before publication and it could be mentioned in both the paper and on the website.

Thursday, October 11

Box of Frogs is being performed at Eastwood Park Theatre. Devised with highly-skilled circus performers, this is a circus show with a difference exploring circus as a metaphor for emotional instability. Tickets £13/conc. £11/student £9.

Friday, October 12

Scentsational Stories and Tasty Tales comes to Whole Foods Market Giffnock. Shortlisted for Most Outstanding Newcomer at the British Awards for Storytelling Excellence, Amanda Edmiston combines various threads from her life to tell amazing stories. Time 1pm. Cost £3 for each small person (accompanying adults go free).

Saturday, October 13

Coffee morning, St Aidan’s on Old Mearns Road, Clarkston., 10 to noon. Raffle, home baking, gifts. Entry £1.50 including coffee and home baking. Warm welcome to all.

The Hillside Quilters will be holding an exhibition in the Coach-house at Greenbank Garden from 10.30am until 4pm today and tomorrow. Cushions, bags and gifts will be on sale with proceeds going to charity. Free entry and there will be tea and coffee in the National Trust tearoom.

Sunday, October 14

Trumpet Shall Sound! at Williamwood parish church, Clarkston. Musicians Matt Edwards and Grant Golding play the special sound of the organ and trumpet together

Monday, October 15

Busby community council meets tonight at Busby library. Open to the public.

Tuesday, October 16

Sports Services Road Shows. Come and try a number of different sports and activities at the roadshow in Rouken Glen Park. For children aged 3 to 12 years. Free from 10am until 2pm.

Wednesday, October 17

East Renfrewshire U3A meeting is at 2.30pm in the Fairweather Hall, Newton Mearns. A guest speaker will be followed by tea and coffee. Membership is £15 per year.

Thursday, October 18

Netherlee and Stamperland community council meeting tonight at 7.30pm in Netherlee library. Open to the public.

Visit What’s On East Ren for more event listings.