Extra Time: what’s on in your neighbourhood? (January 3-10)

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Inclusion in Extra Time is free! Send your event 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, January 3

YOUNG people from Roma, gypsy, traveller and non-Roma backgrounds present DreamMakers – an exhibition of photos with an identity theme. Open until Jan 11 at Govanhill Baths. Free entry.

FESTIVE activities continue until Sunday at Xscape Braehead. Snow Ho Ho runs 11am-6pm and is free to join.

Friday, January 4

SUPPORT and advice from Hear to Help drop in clinic in Newton Mearns. Open 2-4pm at Mearns library, and is free to attend. To find out more, call 341 5338.

Saturday, January 5

LOCAL produce returns to Queen’s Park for the first farmer’s market of the year. 10am-4pm, and entry is free.

Monday, January 7

CLARKSTON community council meeting takes place at Clarkston Hall, from 7.30pm. Meetings are open to the public.

EASTWOOD Choral Society rehearsals begin again. Meetings take place Mondays, 7.45pm, in Park church in Giffnock.

Tuesday, January 8

FIRST meeting of 2013 for Thornliebank community council, gathering at Thorntree Hall from 7.30pm.

Thursday, January 10

EXPLORE the huff at puff of life, air and your lungs at Up, Up and Away, at the Glasgow Science Centre. Workshop for ages 3-5, from 10am-2pm. Cost included in admission.

TASTER night for all would-be Boys Brigade members. P1-6 welcome, running 6.30-7.45pm at 1st Barrhead Boys Brigade, Arthurlie parish church. More info on 07504234290.

PARK Players present the last panto of the season, Aladdin. Runs until Saturday at Park church – doors 7pm, as well as 12.30pm Sat mat. Tickets £5-£6, available from park_players@hotmail.co.uk.

MEET your Muslim neighbours for tea at the Woodfarm Education Centre open community evening. 7-8pm at the Thornliebank facility, and entry is free.

For more events, visit What’s On East Ren.