Park Lane Market
Pop-up market in Shawlands, every first and last Sunday of the month. Browse a range of boutique stalls from some of your local favourites and beyond, as well as food court with a selection of hot/ cold, meat and vegan friendly delights. If you interested in having a stall with us we still have a few places available, Just email your details to email@example.com.
Come and join the vibrant mixed voice adult choir of the Eastwood Choral Society . All voices welcome. No auditions required. The repertoire is largely choral and classical, with concerts twice a year. Bring a mug for break time tea and biscuits! Park Church, Ravenscliffe Dr, Giffnock 7.30-9.30pm; every Monday from September 3 untilMonday, December 3. For further information contact Gill Bain on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come and see a beautiful selection of paintings by local artists, of local scenes in and around Neilston on display in The Bank Café, Neilston. Many of the items on display are for sale or please just pop in for a coffee and cake whilst enjoying some art! Until October 18.
Stamperland Wine Circle welcomes new members who have an interest in understanding more about wine and the enjoyment associated with it.
The opening night will be on Thursday, September 6 at 7.30pm in Clarkston Halls. Club members enjoy tastings, displays by leading distributors and the matching of different wines to certain kinds of food. There will be demonstrations on how to make wine and an opportunity to chat about to making your own very drinkable varieties.
The Wine Cicrle then meets the first Thursday of the month between September and May.For more details contact: - Glyn Jones M. 07943435843. Email. email@example.com
Today (Friday, August 31)
Marisa Anderson is a wanderer at heart, creatively as curious as she is pro cient. On Cloud Corner, Anderson’s music is boundless. Rooted in American folk music, her pieces are inspired by 20th century classical and West African guitar techniques. At The Glad Cafe; 7.30pm.
Saturday, September 1
Doors Open Days 2018
For the first time, Newton Mearns Parish Church is participating in this event coordinated by the Scottish Civic Trust. The Church will be opening its doors from 10 - 3pm, sharing something of its history, and Newton Mearns Parish Church today. Visit www.doorsopendays.org.uk.
Family fun day with Free BBQ and live music, Prosecco tent, arts and crafts bouncy castles face painting and hook a duck. Great family day out everyone welcome tickets can be bought from the pharmacy in Busby or the Whitecart pub. Busby Parish Church from 1.30pm - 5pm.
Don’t miss a full day (and night) of music, shopping for vintage clothing and vinyl records, and of course scooters when the Friday Street Mod Alldayer hits Eaglesham. Eglinton Arms Hotel; Midday - 5pm & 7.30pm - Midnight.
Sunday, September 2
Join the Real Businesswomen of East Ren at Eastwood House, Giffnock for their Ladies Day event in support of Give a Dog a Bone. The all female event will feature some of the best businesses around East Renfrewshire bringing you fashion, lifestyle, crafts, arts, nutrition, mindfulness and wellbeing. There will be a wellness room, and plenty of opportunities for shopping and pampering. There will also be a bar serving cocktails and a tea room serving afternoon tea.
Open mic night
The Glad cafe’s long running, popular open mic night, hosted by house band, The Bucks. Quality acts, friendly atmosphere, prize draws, funtimes. Get down early to book a slot or to get a seat! The fun starts from 7.30pm.
Sinatra and Me
Join Richard Shelton, as he recreates his critically acclaimed performance of Frank Sinatra, which looks behind the iconic blue eyes of, while knocking you dead with, Sinatra’s timeless repertoire and the incredible synchronicity linking their lives. Featuring Sinatra’s best loved hits - ‘New York, New York’, ‘The Lady Is A Tramp’, ‘I’ve Got You Under My Skin’, ‘My Way’ and many more. At Eastwood Park Theatre; 7.30pm.
Read more: Let Richard Shelton under your skin
Monday, September 3
Discovering local history
Discovering Netherlee is the first in a new series of local history courses, join an expert tutor for a guided historical walk and three sessions to explore the development of the area. Takes place at the Clarkston Hall from 1pm - 2.30pm.
Tuesday, September 4
The Tuesday Friendship Club is a weekly night for adults with learning disabilities and ASN. The Tuesday Friendship Club (TFC) promises a Professional Club night with a person centred itinerary compromising of: discos, buffet, raffle and cash bingo. At the Columba Club, Barrhead from 6-9pm.