Things to do outside and in, 24th February – 2nd March 2012

The rather uneventful months are over and we’re back into the swing of lots of activities being offered either outdoors or about nature indoors.

To get an overview of what’s on, have a look at the calendar of events where I try to add all the things that I find out about.

However, in spite of trying to be ever so meticulous, even today I came across events this weekend that are not in the calendar. So, fittingly, I’m going to feature them here and now.

The Scottish Youth Theatre have their most recent Family Storytime event on with The Lad Who Went to the North Wind, on 25th and 26th February. We like the Scottish Youth Theatre very much so this is bound to be another fun filled and interactive event, a great introduction to the theatre for 3-7 year olds. 10.30am and 12.30pm, price £5 per ticket, under 2s go free, family of 4 £15. Booking highly recommended: www.scottishyouththeatre.org, 0141 552 3988

Find out more about the RSPB, their campaign work and how they help birds of all kinds, from back garden species to birds on the other side of the world. Thinking of becoming a member but not sure what it involves? Come along to this FREE membership taster day and find out all about Lochwinnoch, and take part in a guided walk of the reserve. Includes introductory talk, guided walk, Q&A session, tea/coffee and a chance to find out more about RSPB campaigns and how you can get involved. 25th November, Lochwinnoch Nature Reserve, 11am-2pm, free.

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One Response to Things to do outside and in, 24th February – 2nd March 2012

  1. cartside says:

    did I say November? February of course…

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