Can you imagine a Utopian Dennistoun? East-Enders, young and old, have come together to explore this idea, creating short stories, monologues, characters, and songs which are inspired by the people and the place.
Dennistoun Community Council, in conjunction with architectural practice Dress for the Weather, have a created a free fold out guide to our area called A Day Out In Dennistoun. It features an A2-sized map of the area noting locations of interest, with a wealth of background information on the rear of the map.
Do you know someone who would like to get online, search the Internet and send emails? Or just find out how to switch on a computer? Perhaps they, or you, would like a recognised qualification to prove those newly acquired knowledge and skills? If so, Glasgow Libraries offers a variety of computer courses – from absolute beginners to intermediate learners.
Dennistoun library, a wonderful two-storey Baroque building designed by Inverness architect James Robert Rhind, opened 29th December, 1905. It was the second Glasgow library constructed by a 1901 gift from Andrew Carnegie to the city of Glasgow.
What better excuse to make a visit to your local library than Book Week Scotland? It’s the first national celebration of books and reading, taking place from 26th November to 2nd December 2012.