What’s on...

Thursday, May 17

AS PART of Coeliac Awareness Week, Sainsbury’s staff will be cooking up some gluten-free recipes and sharing quick and easy ideas at their store. Copies of the recipes will be given out. Free event begins at 7pm.

Friday, May 18

GIFFNOCK library is hosting a Scotland’s Bookshelf: Aye Write event. A select panel was tasked with picking two of the best books in Scottish writing for each decade of the last 100 years. Come along and see if you agree with their choices. Free event which runs all day.

Saturday, May 19

THERE’S a coffee morning at St Aidan’s church at Clarkston Toll from 10am until noon. Includes a raffle, homebaking, gift and book stall. The £1.50 entry includes refreshments.

MEARNS primary is holding a Fayre and Fun day from noon until 3pm. Attractions include mini Highland Games for all the family, bubble runners, bouncy castle and so much more.

WILDLIFE weekend (whatever the weather) at the Hidden Gardens from noon until 5pm. Free to take part. Visit www.thehiddengardens.org.uk for more information.

Sunday, May 20

GIFFNOCK South parish welcomes motivational speaker Chris Moon. Chris was blown up in Africa clearing landmines and lost his lower arm and leg. Chris is speaking from 7pm. Free event.

FOOTBALL Memorabilia Fair. Programmes, books, photographs, etc. Free entry. Holiday Inn Express hotel at 165 West Nile Street from 10am till 2pm.

Tuesday, May 22

GLASGOW Chiropractic is running a free seminar from 7pm at the clinic on 97 Ayr Road. Learn simple exercises and hear sound advice on how to increase your mobility through both your nervous system and your musculo-skeletal system. Get in touch with them beforehand to give an indication of the numbers they can expect.

Wednesday, May 23

EASTWOOD Theatre for Youth will stage its production of Bugsy Malone, starting tonight and ending on Saturday. Tickets are between £10 and £12 and the show starts at 7.30pm.

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