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ON ZOOM: every WEDNESDAY at 3pm. To register: email: firstname.lastname@example.org
FACE TO FACE: every THURSDAY at 3pm in Wellington Church G12
To register: email: email@example.com
AWAY DAY PROGRAMME
SATURDAY 11 JUNE: Picnic and POETRY in the PARK: Rouken Glen Park G46 – Great place for children and there is a waterfall, a duck pond and an ice cream van.
Led by Kenny and Dion
FRIDAY 24 June: Walk along the Clyde and Forth Canal. Then sail on a canal boat the last stretch to The Stables restaurant for lunch. Full details of time and cost from: firstname.lastname@example.org
Led by Liz and A.N.Other
FRIDAY 15 July: Picnic and POETRY in the PARK: Hyndland Old Station Park G12 – Once a terminus for a low-level train line – this space was saved by local residents to become a pretty park. Enter off Hyndland Road opposite St Bride’s Episcopal Church. Full details from: email@example.com
Led by Judith and Jen.
TUESDAY 26 July: Picnic and POETRY in the PARK: Victoria Park G14 – Named after Queen Victoria on her golden jubilee as monarch in 1887, these 50 acres of green delight offer lots of lovely experiences. Full details from: firstname.lastname@example.org
Led by Isobel and A.N. OTHER
FRIDAY 5 August: WALK in Balloch on the banks of Loch Lomond. A pleasant, stroll in beautiful countryside with no hill climbing though proper walking boots/shoes are advisable. Full details from: email@example.com
Led by LIZ and A.N.Other
MONDAY 15 August : DAY TRIP to Largs. Famous for the Viking battle, ice cream and beautiful views across the Firth of Clyde. An invigorating day by the coast. Full details from: firstname.lastname@example.org
Led by Isobel and A.N.Other.
FRIDAY 26 August: BBQ – Launch of the International Club’s autumn programme. Location and cost to come: Full details from: email@example.com
Led by Grace and A.N.Other.
Other events to look out for that are NOT organised by the International Club:
Friday 17 June – Sunday 26 June: Refugee Festival Scotland on the theme of STORYTELLING. Check their website: https://www.refugeefestivalscotland.co.uk/
Saturday 18 June – Ceilidh 2pm until 4pm outside in front of Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
Saturday 18 June – Japanese Matsuri Workshops 1.30pm – 3.30pm Wellington Church
Saturday 18 June – Saturday 25 June – Wellington Arts Festival 2022
Saturday 25 June – United Yemeni Community in Scotland- celebrate the Refugee Festival Scotland in Maryhill Community Central Halls with a NETZERO Yemeni event with VIPs, HALAL HAGGIS and FREE ENTRY.
Sunday 26 June – Glasgow Mela 12midday until 8pm to be held in Kelvingrove Park
All events are free.