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  • SMHAFF launch all-day events at Kelvingrove on Saturday

    Wellbeing and diversity take centre stage this World Mental Health Day as the Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery – one of Scotland’s most iconic buildings – is transformed to mark the beginning of the Scottish Mental Health Arts...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    Mary Queen of Scots among West End Festival opening highlights

    The West End Festival is underway, so here are the weekend highlights and listings. Our picture highlights Mary Queen of Scots, a world premiere, at the Mackintosh Church tonight. Louise Macdonald presents new works by Judith Bingham, Dee Isaacs and...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    Glasgow Mela ready for 25th party in the park

    Glasgow’s Mela, Scotland’s biggest free multi-cultural festival, is celebrating 25 years this summer. The huge outdoor festival at Kelvingrove Park on Sunday, June 14 offers a diverse programme of music, dance and performance representing cultures from across the...

    • Posted 2 years ago
  • Community councils diary dates

    Summer’s not over yet but it’s not just the schools that will start gearing up for a new term soon – so will our community councils … Community councils have statutory rights of consultation so that means they play...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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    Mother India’s Cafe

    Mother India’s Cafe, 1355 Argyle St G3 8AD – Classy location, just across the road from Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum and on the edge of the Kelvinhaugh-Finnieston restaurant hub. Laid-back and urban-cool, this a good spot for people...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Join the Carnival on the Green at Kelvingrove

    Join the Carnival on the Green at Kelvingrove next weekend (Saturday & Sunday June 28-29) for the KNCC Open 4s Bowls Tour – plus some great music from RamJam Radio and Jamaican cuisine. The KNCC Trophy was launched...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • WEF Mardi Gras Parade picture gallery

    Samba Ya Bamba led the Mardi Gras-style parade today as a throng of colourful bands, dancers, floats and children in fancy dress kept up the beat all the way from the Botanic Gardens, down Byres Road and on...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Get Ready Glasgow – how the Games will affect where you live and work

    Get Ready Glasgow – the city council information programme to help prepare citizens for any potential disruption around the Commonwealth Games this summer – is revisiting every directly affected community in May. Special events have been organised to help local residents...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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    James Watt Organ appeal at Kelvingrove

    Glasgow Museums has secured £3000 from charitable foundation The Leche Trust to help support the conservation of the James Watt Organ. But they are still looking to raise another  £3500 as work goes on to bring the...

    • Posted 4 years ago