Hiya! I’ve got a number of different dates for you to put in the diary today! There are lots of free activities for you and your little one to get involved with at the moment!
Firstly, this Saturday (3rd August) it’s Pollok Family Fun Day at Pollok Park. This is a free event held in the park from 10am to 4pm….. get down there, it’s lots of fun!
If you’re at a loose end on Sunday (4th August) then why not go to the Tramway Family Day: Albert Drive? From 12 noon to 4pm there will be lots going on all focusing on getting to know your neighbours on Albert Drive. For more information go to the Tramway website. This is a free event.
Finally, why not get involved with Playday 2013 on Wednesday 7th August. There are quite a few things going on across Glasgow and the surrounding areas but the event that grabbed my attention is one called Playful Places which is taking place at the Glasshouse at Queen’s Park from 12pm to 3pm. Activities will include Den building, Arts and Crafts, Animal Man, Commonwealth Games and much more!! All pre-5 children must be accompanied by an adult. For more information you can telephone 0141 2761330 or you can visit the Playday 2013 website here. This is a free event.
Any plans for the weekend? If you’re looking for something to do on Sunday 2nd June then why not head down to The Tramway for their Family Day?
“This playful event explores our wild instincts. The Red Shoesinteractive installation takes place in Tramway 1, with workshops and performances across the venue.”
The day starts at 12 noon, and finishes at 4pm, and will feature a variety of activities including performances, music, visual treats and arts and crafts.
This is a free event and you are welcome to drop in at anytime although some activities are on at specific times and have a limited capacity. Activities are suitable for children aged 0-12 years.
For more information please visit the Tramway website.
A date for your diary!
The Tramway Family Day: The Big Idea is coming to the Tramway on Sunday February 17th from 12pm until 4pm.
The Family Day includes an afternoon of workshops, performances and installations for the whole family. There will be opportunities to get involved for babies, toddlers and primary school-aged children and the adults that accompany them.
This event will feature brand new works in progress by a wide range of artists and performers.
For more information visit the Tramway website here.
I love the Tramway Family Days and I am really looking forward to taking my little one to the next one which is on Sunday March 11th. This one is called Impossible Bodies and aims to introduce young children to contemporary performance exploring movement and transformation. There is a ticketed performance and workshop called, “We are the Monsters” by Colette Sadler along with a range of drop-in activities that are free and suitable for children aged 0-12 and their parents. You will have the opportunity to make puppets, create mobiles and streamers and play with live visual projections….. looking forward to it already.
If you want more information and the details for booking, go to the Tramway website and if you go have a great time.