Summer Holidays at Riverside Museum 2014

 

riversideSummer Holidays at Riverside Museum

1 July 2014 to 17 August 2014

100 Pointhouse Place, Glasgow, G3 8RS
0141 287 2720
    
Riverside Museum this Summer there’s a range of drop-in events for kids and families.

The Road from Delhi

In the run up to the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, Glasgow Life has launched a new display at the Riverside Museum, celebrating Glasgow’s part in the Closing Ceremony of the Games in Delhi in 2010.  The handover of the Commonwealth Games Flag marked the beginning of the city’s journey toward hosting the Games and the Opening Ceremony of July 23rd.also on and an exhibition by Alan Currall as part of GENERATION.
The Road from Dehli also explores the common links between Delhi and Glasgow and celebrates cultures and associations between both cities.

There’s a range of stuff for kids on at the Tall Ship too daily throughout the summer.

Keep On Truckin’

Saturday 5 July, Thursday 17 and Thursday 7 August
Book on the day for sessions at 1.00, 2.00, 3.00 (45 mins each). Inspired by The Road from Delhi display. Come and make your own decoration to put on your vehicle.

Play In A Day

Saturday 12 July and Saturday 9 August: 12.00-4.00
Riverside’s Old Street is the scene for these short performances from ‘Allofthethings’ who will bring the people who might have lived there and their stories to life.

Glasgow Riverside Masters Beach Volleyball

Is also on 12 July. Watch the elite Scottish team in action

Sports And Playtime Games

Saturday 19-20 July: 12.00-4.00
A fun day finding out more about games and sports that were popular once. Also enjoy some hilarious exercise routines – or workouts – from bygone days.

Around The World

Monday 4 August: 1.00-3.30
Follow the clues and see where they take you and what you find along the way.

Stories At The Riverside

Tuesday 5 August: 11.00-11.45
Stories and creative fun for children aged 7 and under and their grown ups.

Call My Bluff

Tuesday 5 August: 1.00-3.30
Can you identify the mysterious objects? Can you tell who is telling the truth? Fun activity for the family.

Itchy Feet Trails

Wednesday 6 August: 11.00-4.00
Back by popular demand. Follow one of the family-themed trails.

Messy Making

Thursday 7 August: 11.00-11.45
Short fun arts and crafts session for kids under 7 and their grown ups.

Riverside Express Scenes

Friday 8 August: 1.00-3.30
Arts and crafts session.

All Aboard

Saturday and Sunday, 16-17 August: 1.00-3.30
Find out more about the fascinating people behind the Riverside’s famous collection.
Prices:
Free
Website: www.glasgowlife.org.uk

Riverside Museum

100 Pointhouse Place, Glasgow, G3 8RS
0141 287 2720
museums@glasgowlife.org.uk

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The Tin Forest International, 21 - 24 July, South Rotunda, Glasgow
Sensory Summer at St Enoch Centre, Sense Scotland

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