What’s on (Mar 19-26)

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Thursday March 19

FREE golf taster session at Mearns Castle Golf Academy for ages 5-13. 4-6pm session in conjunction with Active Schools. To find out more, call 644 8200.

WILLIAMWOOD High’s Young Musician of the Year competition takes place at Williamwood Parish Church from 7pm. Tickets £4 adults/£2 concession available on the door, or from the school office. For more info, call 577 2500.

Friday March 20

SOLAR eclipse event at Whitelee Windfarm. Watch the partial eclipse everyone’s talking about from 8.30am - solar viewing glasses available for safety.

LAUGHS at Eastwood Park Theatre with the monthly Dead Sheep Comedy night. 8.30pm - tickets £13/£11/£9.

Saturday March 21

ART exhibition at The Coach House, Greenbank Gardens, by Lilias Chalmers and Eleanor Lang. Runs today and tomorrow, 11am-4pm.

CELEBRATE International Womens Day with a festival at Rouken Glen Park. 12-4pm for singing, dancing, yoga, crafts and more. Free to join.

THEATRE at Eastwood Park with Hero Worship - a one-man show about a superhero searching for his superpower. 7.30pm show and tickets are £13/£11/£9 from 577 4956.

Tuesday March 24

AUTHOR Alex Gray appears at The Avenue to promote new book Keep The Midnight Out. 7-8.30pm at Primavera Bistro. Free event - to book a place, call 616 3933

Thursday March 26

FIRST in a series of events on exploitation and abuse - tonight, Keeping children safe in the community and online. 7-8.30pm at Barrhead Foundry. Free event open to all, and booking is not required.

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