Woodside Library DOD Programme


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An action packed and full programme of events has been organized for Woodside Library as part of the Glasgow Doors Open Day festival next weekend.  The activities arranged are shown below and are suitable for all the family. All Woodside residents and workers are invited to join the many visitors from other areas who will be visiting our fabulous library as part of this city-wide event.

Saturday 19th September

10.30 – 11.30                 A talk on our rich industrial heritage by John Hume OBE

10.30 – 13.00                 Arts and Crafts for young people by Nicola

12.00 – 13.00                 Talk and slideshow by author and illustrator William Golding

13.00 – 14.00                 Tales for all ages by Jim’s Woodside Storytellers

14.00 – 15.00                 Guided Walk by Kit Lindsey (Fully Booked!)

15.00 – 16.00                 An hour of musical excellence by Robert and Eiger Music


Sunday 20th September

12.00 – 13.00                 Kid’s Music Favourites played ‘Jug Band’ style

12.00 – 14.00                Arts and Crafts for Young People by Nicola

14.00 – 15.00                 More tales from Jim’s Woodside Storytellers

15.00 – 16.30                 Another musical happening by Robert and Eiger Music

16.30                              Event Close and refreshments for participants

Volunteer Storytellers:

Ian Black                                     Writer

Sam Ainsley                                Former Director of GSA Fine Arts Course

Derek Bateman                          BBC Scotland Presenter

Andy Gillespie                            Musician

Wendy Kirkup                             Artist

Jimmy Macgregor                       Folksinger

Linda Duncan McLaughlin         Playwright

Gavin Mitchell                             Actor

Simon Murray                             Senior Lecturer Theatre Studies GU

Tea, coffee and home baking will be provided throughout each day as well as our Woodside Heritage and Andrew Carnegie and Open Museum displays.


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