2015 Kirkintilloch Canal Festival
15th August -
21st August 2016

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Gala Sunday 21st August 2016

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WILLIAM PATRICK LIBRARY EVENTS
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AULD KIRK MUSEUM EVENTS 12noon - 4.00pm

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Glasgow Barnstormers Model Flying Club


Time: Afternoon
Fee: Free
Age: Everyone welcome

Glasgow Barnstormers Model Flying Club fly radio controlled model aircraft from their dedicated field just off Birdston Road, Kirkintilloch. The club will be providing a static display of model aircraft in Peel Park and you can also try out your flying skills on the simulator. If you’re interested in becoming involved in the hobby then talk to one of the members who can advise you on equipment and how to join the club. New members are very welcome!

Beginners: Learning to successfully and safely fly model aircraft takes practice and patience therefore beginner flyers are supervised by an instructor at all times learning to fly on a docile aircraft. Once you have mastered the basics and you’re on your own then it’s time to develop your skills further and the options and thrills are limitless! Helicopters, Jets, a Spitfire, it’s up to you!

 

 

TRAILS AND TAILS Stone Carving Taster Sessions

Come try your hand at the tradition craft of relief stone carving which dates back to our Roman ancestors in East Dunbartonshire with artist Lucinda Wilkinson on 21st of August 2016 as part of the canal festival celebrations.

Sessions are 45 minutes long and free of charge.
10.00AM – 10.45AM, 11:00AM – 11:45AM. 13:00PM – 13:45PM, 14:00PM – 14:45PM & 15:00PM – 15:45PM

Booking ESSENTIAL http://www.booking.edlc.co.uk/horizons/culture
For more information -
Email: info@trailsandtales.org
Phone: 0141 777 3092

Kirkintilloch Male Voice Choir 'Pop Up'

Kirkintilloch Male Voice Choir was founded in 1921.  Over the last 90 years KMVC has performed throughout the country raising thousands of pounds for various charities and good causes.  In the last year they were involved in raising around £12,000 for charities including the Beatson, Yorkhill, Christian Aid and CHAS.

KMVC have 50 active members at present. The choir will be performing at this year’s Festival as a ‘Pop Up Choir’ and will be singing at various locations in the town from 1pm to 3pm. Last year they sang Flower of Scotland at a ‘Flash Mob Choir’ for the launch of the RBS Rugby 6 Nations. You can view the video on You Tube.

The choir have over the last 18 months raised in excess of £35,000 for charities and good causes and have just recently joined with St Mary’s Parish Church Congregation to record a CD of favourite Hymns to mark the centenary of the present St Mary’s Church building on Cowgate.

If interested in joining or getting more information on the choir access the web page on  www.kmvc.co.uk or their Facebook Page or by phoning 0141 776 6058.



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East Dunbartonshire Council


 

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