Events at Woodlands Community Gardens, July 2014
A Picnic with Nature and Film
Saturday 19th July 2pm to 5.30pm
Join in with the Commonwealth Film & Theatre Festival. We will take you and your family on a journey through Kelvingrove Park and round up the afternoon with a film screening of Moon Man – specially selected for a young audience. Meeting at Stewart Memorial Fountain, Kelvingrove Park, followed by film screening of Moon Man, 3.30pm at the Andrew Stewart Cinema, Gilmorehill Centre, G12 8QQ.
About our film Moon Man: “The man on the moon is bored. One day, he hitches a ride to Earth on the tails of a passing comet — an “attack from outer space” that sets alarm bells ringing in the President of Earth’s headquarters — and starts to explore the fantastical creatures and sights of a new planet. But all is not well — the Moon Man’s absence from his post means that all the world’s children are unable to sleep. Before the President can capture him, they must join forces to return him to his rightful place in the sky.”
Check out the full Commonwealth Film and Theatre Festival Programme
Wild Words: Writing Walk Along The River Kelvin
Sunday 20 July 1-4pm
On its long and winding path, the River Kelvin runs through the heart of Glasgow’s West End, taking in the Botanical Gardens and Kelvingrove Park; familiar to many local residents. But how much of the little details do we really notice everyday, as we walk along the path? How much do we really see? Join poet Nalini Paul for an inspirational walk and Creative Writing workshop, which covers a small stretch of the riverside path, giving you the chance to slow down and absorb the natural atmosphere and to see nature and wildlife anew.
Meet at entrance to Kelvinbridge Subway at the bridge on Great Western Road, finishing up at Kibble Palace in Glasgow Botanics
Indian Experience: Kirtan
Sunday 20 July 3.30pm at the Community Garden
A collaboration with Scotland Kirtan, part of Commonwealth Film and Theatre Festival
We are delighted to invite you to experience Kirtan – an ancient participatory enchanting mantra music experience. As one of the oldest sacred music traditions from India it serves to quiet the mind and bring us back to the centre of our own. Accompanied by the music of Scotland Kirtan we will meet at the Woodlands Community Garden to spend an hour listening, relaxing and meditating. Throughout this summer Scotland Kirtan will host weekly Kirtan sessions all over Scotland.
Pop-up Community Cafe
Monday 21st July 6-8pm
Our commmunity cafes takes place every Monday evening at Windsor Hall,
1 Windsor Street, G20 7NA Join us for free healthy, tasty food and access to information, advice and volunteering opportunities.
All events are free.
Children should be accompanied by parents/adult.
Please wear suitable footwear for outdoor events.
For more information about our walks and outings contact Sarah on email@example.com
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This section: Kids and young people, Woodlands Community Garden
- G20 Youth Festival – Raising Funds
- Back to the future: 1979-1989 Film Screenings at Kelvin Hall
- The Magic Circus, Websters Theatre
- Wizard’s World Tours, KelvinHall
- Outdoor Art Film, Eglantine, North Kelvin Meadow Glasgow
- Julia Donaldson – The Gruffalo and other stories at West End Festival
- Dear Dinosaur: T Rex on Tour
- Glasgow Youth Film Festival 2019: Call for Submissions & Careers Day
- OLIVER! Websters Theatre
- Take 2: The Secret of Kells
- Wild Festival and Gala, Children’s Wood
- Nobody Knows GFT
- Free Comic Book Day, City Centre Comics
- Take Access 2: Bumblebee
- Save Otago Lane Family Festival
- T.Rex is in Town, Kelvin Hall, Glasgow
- Aye Write 2019 Gaelic Reading and Singing (Family Event)
- Woodlands Community Garden’s 9th Birthday Celebration
- Music Broth Grow With Music Youth Project
- Joe Thomas announced as first Young Films Foundation Ambassador