Local History
13 - 24 Nov 2014 2014 Sponsors

For ticketed events:  Buy tickets At Bishopbriggs Library / 0141 772 4513 or

Literature Literature Symposium Comedy Comedy Theatre All Events History Festival Volunteers

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CADDER FREESTONE SOCIAL CLUB

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Music Music Kids / Family Kids / Family Local History Theatre Festival Nov 2014 Theatre WHATS ON / Local History


Balmore

Venue 10 - Meet at the Coach House, Balmore

Sunday 16th / 14:00 - 16:00 / Free / All / Walk and Talk to Cadder Church along the Forth & Clyde Canal towpath / A Baldernock Local History Group Event…   just turn up, no booking required


Bishopbriggs


Venue 1 - Bishopbriggs Library


Friday 14th / 18:00 – 19:00 / Free / Ticketed / Book launch / The Liberty Tree by Murray Armstrong


█ Daily 13th - 24th / Free / Drop in / Women in History book display


Venue 8 - Mavis Valley (Meet at the front of Leisuredome)


█  Saturday 15th / 10:30 - 11:30 / Free / Family / All / Talk & Tidy / Mavis Valley: A deserted mining village / Local History Groups and families working together to maintain sites of local significance & importance - includes receiving a Community Service Certificate


█  Sunday 23rd / 14:30 - 15:30 / Free / Family / All / Talk & Tidy Local History Event - Mavis Valley: a deserted mining village - includes receiving a Community Service Certificate d


Clachan of Campsie

Venue 11 – Aldessan Café

█ Thursday 20th / 19:00 - 20:00 / Free / All / A local history talk on the Clachan of Campsie and the Red Tub Tearooms


Venue 12 - Shoenstatt


█ Tuesday 18th / 19:30 – 20:30 / Free / All / A rare opportunity to hear the history of Ballancleroch by Father Michael


Kirkintilloch


Venue 13 – Kirkintilloch Marina


Saturday 22nd / 12:45 – 17:00 / £5 / All / Booking Essential / Canal cruise & Cadder Church tour – Includes talk on boat by Professor Gerard Carruthers (UofG) Burns, Muir & the Lassies and music


Venue 14 – William Patrick Library

Thursday 20th / 19:00 and 21:00 / Free / All / Trails & Tales - Pechakucha event / Presentations by secondary schools about arts and heritage

█ Saturday  22nd / 12:00 and 13:00 (10min shows) / Free / All / ‘Conversation with Tom Johnston’ performed by members of the Kirkintilloch Players


Venue 17 - Kirkintilloch Aqueduct


 Sunday 23rd / 14.30 – 15:00 / Free / Family / All / Talk & Tidy – The double decker bridge / Kirkintilloch & District Society of Antiquaries and families working together to maintain sites of local significance & importance - includes receiving a Community Service Certificate


Lenzie


Venue 20 - Lenzie Academy


█ Wednesday 19th / 12.45 - 17.00 / Free / All / Host of this year’s prestigious symposium ‘Women Suffrage & Radical Women’. Speakers include Elspeth King and Katie Hunter with Academy pupils debating and performing music


Torrance


Venue 23 - Caldwell Hall


Monday 24th / 19:30 – 21:30 / Free / All / Torrance Local History Group - A local history talk on Thomas Muir of Huntershill by Jimmy Watson


Twechar


Venue 24 - Twechar Healthy Living Centre


█ Sunday 23rd / 19.30 - 20:30 / Free / Family / All / Talk & Tidy – ‘Remembering Near and Far’ / Twechar Community Action, Twechar Youth Group and families working together to maintain sites of local significance & importance - includes receiving a Community Service Certificate


Springburn


Venue 25 – Springburn Library


█ Daily  13th - 24th / Daily / Free / Drop in / Exhibition / Local history display & selected reading materials