What's On in Glasgow for Kids and Young People

Playschools, Nurseries and Children, Family and Young People Projects in Glasgow

Photo: handmade arts. Handmade Art Club at Rio, Partick

UNTIL 26 March 2013 (View Times & Prices)

Rio cafe, Hyndland Street, Partick

Come along to the Handmade Art Club where young artists draw, paint, sculpt, print and design, exploring new ideas and ancient crafts in a friendly relaxed environment.

The club is for ages 7- 12 years and runs each week on Tuesdays from 4- 5.30pm in the fabulous Rio Cafe. (Please note Handmade Arts will be on holiday for the first week on February)

Handmade Arts runs as a social enterprise and as such we aim to make our classes suitable for all family budgets.

Please call Jo on 07588 571 306 if you would like more information or email

Every Tuesday from 4pm- 5.30pm

Cost of classes are £6 on a pay-as-you-go basis and a discount is available of booking for 10 sessions at £50. You may split the payments for a block booking.

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West of Scotland Cricket Club - Juniors

JUNIOR NETS ARE BACK!

Spring 2013

Indoor cricket sessions will start at West next week from Monday 28th January.

First Sessions will be: Mondays 6pm - 7.30pm for all up to U11s, Tuesdays 6pm - 7.30pm for U13s, and Wednesdays 6pm - 7.30pm for U15s and U18s.

For clarity, age groups are based on your age on 1st September last year. Eg Someone now 11 but who was still 10 on 1/9/12 is an U11 for season 2013.

We are always looking for new players so if you have pals/classmates (boys or girls) who might fancy cricket, please bring them along. They'll be very welcome at all age groups.

Lastly, if any senior players/parents can spare a bit of time to help out at the sessions that would be much appreciated.

Any queries please contact Jim Young
0141 337 1199
07711 985033
Hamilton Crescent, Peel Street, Partick G11 5LU

westofscotlandcricketclub.co.uk

Fox Walk

Woodlands Garden

Thursday, February 28, 2013

5:00pm

Come find out what animals lurk around the community garden at night. Join us as we visit some local Fox haunts in and around the Woodlands area.

Cannot gaurantee that we will see Foxes, but the odds are quite high. It's also quite exciting to be out when it's just getting dark!

All children MUST be accompanied by an adult.

Please wear warm clothes and bring a torch.

Woodlands Community Gardens, 91-111 West Princes Street, Glasgow G4 9BY

Photo: projectability film young people. Young Talent On Screen

Every Friday, until 8 March, 2013

An exciting new opportunity for 16-25 year olds interested in film and cinema. The programme will allow young people to increase their awareness of contemporary film-making and to develop critical thinking by accessing and critiquing new and exciting film work. They will be supported to develop the management, communication and organisational skills needed to host Project Ability's first International Film Festival in 2014. A mini festival will be held in February 2013.

If you are interested in finding out more information or would like to be placed on our mailing list to receive a booking form for the January 2013 block please contact create@project-ability.co.uk

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Spy Mission Walking Trail

Glasgow Merchant City

Your mission: The dastardly Dr Weevil and his henchman Hamish have planted a bomb under Merchant Square intent on destroying the Glasgow landmark and throwing the city into disarray. Follow the trail of clues and find the code to disarm the bomb, ultimately saving the city from disaster!

The trail starts in George Square, leading you away from Merchant City, exploring Buchanan St, the River Clyde walkway and Glasgow Green before returning to Merchant City via St Andrews Aquare and through quaint little streets.

Clues for the mission are found on monuments, inscriptions and street signs along the way. A great opportunity for you to enjoy the shops, cafes and sights while keeping your kids entertained too!

Find out more and download your spy documents for £5.99


Photo: aye wrie schools programme. Aye Write! Schools Festival

11-15 March 2013

For the first time ever, the Aye Write! programme for schools will take place seperately, from 11-15 March 2013. With more space, time and resources for schools, and more opportunities for schoolchildren to meet authors, illustrators and storytellers.

The schools programme will also include events for nursery children and children with additional support needs. Plus Continual Professional Development Opportunities for Educators.

Aye Write! Schools Festival - Act Now!

As always our Aye Write! Schools Festival has proven to be very popular with schools all over the city signing up classes to come and enjoy the best in local and national authors for children.

Act quickly and find out about spaces left and booking.

Get in touch with Aye Write Class Connections team on 0141 287 2863 or 0141 287 2987 or email

(Aye Write! 2013 will run from 12-20 April 2013)


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