Discover the secrets of the past. Local historian Paul Mortimer will bring to life Glasgow’s past in an informative and entertaining evening at Dennistoun Library on Thursday 6th December from 6-8pm.
Glasgow City Heritage Trust (GCHT) are conducting a study into the state of Glasgow’s built environment and the landscape of organisations and community groups involved in the sector. The study will form the framework for a Forum event in Spring 2018, which will identify strategic priorities and actions to be taken forward. This will be incorporated into a final report which will be distributed to interested parties.
Dennistoun Conservation Society have arranged events for this Thursday, next Thursday, and beyond, which should be of interest to anyone with a connection to Dennistoun.
The Friends of Glasgow Necropolis are keen to record your stories to add to the knowledge of First World War via a friendly and informal oral history drop-in event.
Washing Lines is a photography project taking place in Dennistoun over the next two months and is looking for participants.
Join Wendy Woolfson for an evening of storytelling at Coia’s Cafe in Dennistoun.
The Secret History of Our Streets – Duke Street will be airing on BBC Two at 9pm on Friday 1st August 2014.
Due to the success of the tours in 2013, The Friends of Glasgow Necropolis are delighted to announce their walking tour dates for 2014. These informal and informative tours of the Glasgow Necropolis will be undertaken, weather permitting, as per the dates noted below.
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.