Activities and Events this week (19th January – 26th January 2012)

The long winter break is over and we’ve back to having organised activities happening all over Glasgow and some favourite places just outside of Glasgow. Personally, I can’t wait to get out a bit more often after the heavy storms, so we’re definitely looking forward to some of the events below. If you are in other parts of Scotland, please feel free to share upcoming events in the comments section or on the Nature Kids Glasgow facebook page.

There’s a Tracks and Trails event on Saturday 21st January 10am-12noon. Follow those footprints and learn how to be a nature detective as we discover the tracks and trails left behind by the creatures of Castlemilk Park. Meet outside Castlemilk Community Centre, 121 Castlemilk Drive, Castlemilk, G45 9UG.

Also on Saturday 21st January  You can Rumble in the Jungle at Glasgow Museums Resource Centre and explore the Amazonian rainforest and the people who live there right at your doorstep. Free but book in advance 276 9300. Suitable for ages 5+.

On Sunday, 22nd January, 2pm, the Burrell Collection offers a themed walk. Suitable for ages 5+ and children need to be accompanied by an adult. Phone 287 2550 for further information.

Also at the weekend, both Saturday and Sunday, you can join the RSPB at Kelvingrove Museum for the Schools Wildlife Art Event. Come along and see the entries for RSPBs 2011 art competition, join in the art activities and discover more about Scotlands amazing wildlife. 11am – 4pm on both days, free of charge.

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