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Thursday September 20
Verdi’s tragic opera La Traviata is taking place at Eastwood Park Theatre. This adaptation interestingly updates the original setting to 1950’s Paris. Starts at 7.30pm, call 0141 577 4970 for tickets.
The Avenue shopping centre is hosting a social dancing programme: Primavera Bistro Tea Dance. From 7pm-9pm take part for free for all Primavera customers. All other tickets cost £5.
Friday September 21
It’s World Peace Day, so take part in a relaxing event culminating in some Thai Chi over at Whitelee Windfarm. This chill-out occasion is free, however booking may be required. Call 0141 614 0962 for more information.
Saturday September 22
Stock up on some of the best local produce at the Clarkston Farmers Market this Saturday from 9am-1pm. Get down to Clarkston Hall car park for some great tasting food.
Pub rock classics are coming to Giffnock North Social club in the form of covers band Confusion. You name it, they’ll cover it. Tickets are £7 from the bar, or call Jim on 07790 085048. Starts at 7.45pm.
Whitelee Windfarm Visitor Centre is allowing visitors the chance to meet some beautiful owls. discover all you can about them and even hold the wonderful creatures from 12pm. This event is free.
Sunday September 23
Take part in a 10mile trek with other walking enthusiasts. This free event begins at 10am, however booking may be required. Call 0141 614 0962 for more information.
Tuesday September 25
Busby Flower Club are hosting a meeting at the Redhurst Hotel from 7.30pm. Members and visitors welcome, for more information contact Anne Burnside by email at email@example.com.
Wednesday September 26
Shakespeare gets a miraculous overhaul in A Dream on Midsummers Night. Playing at Eastwood Park Theatre for £7 at 1pm & 7.30pm. Contact Alana Brady to book on 0141 577 3710.
Eaglesham History Society is hosting an open meeting at 7.30pm. The evening is being held free, as local historians consider the formation of an Eaglesham History Society.
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