Interested in the regeneration of the former abattoir and meat market site off Duke Street and Bellgrove Street between Dennistoun and Collegelands? Then get along to Dennistoun Library on Thursday 14 December between noon and 8pm to find out about Glasgow City Deal plans to develop the site, with housing to be built in the first phase.
The Dennistoun Diggers Community and Craft Fair is back for 2017 on Saturday 9th December from 11am – 4pm at the Dennistoun New Parish Church hall.
Parents/Grandparents/Carers – look out for our DINOSAUR HUNT posters at the school gates – the entry forms have all gone into the schools and the kids should all know about it by now.
This year’s Alexandra Park Festival takes place between 12 noon and 4 pm on Saturday 29th July 2017. Free entry. A carnival procession will leaving City Park at 12 noon.
Come and join in the summer festivities with lots to do for all the family. Enjoy live music, children activities and inflatibles, carnival drummers, community market stalls, arts & crafts, and tasty food. A great day out for everyone.
Dennistoun Community Council will host a general election hustings for the Glasgow North East constituency on Friday 2nd June 2017 in the Large Church Hall, Everlasting Arms Ministry, 12 Whitehill Street, Dennistoun, Glasgow, G31 2LH. Doors open 7pm for a 7:15pm start, to be concluded by 8:45pm.
Pedal on Parliament is a free, family friendly event on Sunday 23rd April at 1pm (gathering from 12:30pm). It’s a short ride from Glasgow Green (McLennan Arch) to a demo in George Square. It’s on closed roads so even wee kids can ride/skate/skoot along. You can join in on your own bike or a hire bike (there’s a free offer on the day – see below). Alternatively, you can walk the route (if you get down the front for 1pm).
There will be a public meeting in relation to the development proposals for the former Golfhill School, as follows: Wednesday 5th April 2017 (12:00-19:00) at Milnbank Community Hall, 53 Ballindalloch Drive, G31 3DQ.
£15,000 will be given out in grants to local organisations in Dennistoun, Haghill, Alexandra Parade, Carntyne, Cranhill, Riddrie, and Gartcraig.
Enjoy singing musical theatre? Want to develop your vocal technique but can’t find the time to commit to a production?
Market Gallery would like to invite you to their second Night School event of the year: “The Uncritical Critic (Whatever Happened to Opinion?) – a talk by Rosanna Mclaughlin”, which will take place on Friday 4th November 7pm – 9pm at Market Gallery, 34 Duke Street, Glasgow G31 1QZ.