What’s on (Feb 12-19)

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Friday February 13

DANCE theatre for ages 0-3 with The Pine Tree, Poggle and Me at Eastwood Park Theatre. 11am start and tickets are £5 standard, family £15 from 577 4956.

EPIC weekender at The Glad Cafe as Pop!South returns for 2015. Music festival running until Sunday, 7.30-11pm each night and tickets are £6-£20. Acts include Kid Canaveral, Withered Hand and Shambles Miller — see www.thegladcafe.co.uk for more info.

COMEDY at Eastwood Park Theatre’s monthly Dead Sheep Comedy night. 8.30pm and tickets are £13/£11/£9 from 577 4956.

Saturday February 14

Charity coffee morning, courtesy of Eaglesham Guild. All welcome 10am until noon at Carswell Hall, with stalls, homebaking and gifts. Adults £2, children 50p.

BIG book sale by East Ren libraries. This event is at Carmichael Hall 10am-4pm, with books, CDs and DVDs up for grabs starting at 10p.

FAMILY storytime at Eastwood Park with How the Leopard Got Its Spots. Scottish Youth Theatre presents extracts from Rudyard Kipling’s Just So Stories from 11am. Tickets £5/£15 family.

HELP feathered friends set up a new home for spring at Birdbox DIY SOS. Free workshop at Whitelee Windfarm from 1pm — bird box kits are limited and given on a first come, first served basis.

Sunday February 15

WILDLIFE buffs welcome to a talk on otters by photographer Laurie Campbell. The Scottish Wildlife Trust event kicks off at 7.30pm at Duff Memorial Hall in Busby and entry is £3/£2 (children free).

Tuesday February 17

MOVIE night at The Glad Cafe as the Southside Film Festival and Scottish Queer International Film Festival present Hit So Hard, on Hole drummer Patty Schemel. Doors 7.30pm for 8pm - tickets £6/£5 conc.

For more events, visit What’s On Glasgow.