Location: Chatelherault Country Park
Cost: £3.10 per child
Creative Clay Day 26 May 2017 12:00 noon £3.10 Chatelherault Country Park
Let your imagination run wild and create a beautiful piece of clay art. All pieces can be taken away on the day as we use air dry clay. This may get messy so make sure you wear old clothes!
There are limited spaces on each workshop, so booking and pre-payment is required to secure your place.
To book, call 01698 426213 and select option 0.
All materials supplied.
Suitable for children aged 5+ or younger if assisted by an adult.
See what other activities are available at our country parks by downloading the Events Guide.
Location: East Kilbride Arts Centre
Cost: £10.00 / £8.00 concession
It Runs in the Family 25-27 May 2017 8:00pm £10.00 / £8.00 concession East Kilbride Arts Centre
Lanarkshire Little Theatre presents It Runs in the Family
Written by Ray Cooney
Just as Dr David Mortimer is about to deliver the most important lecture of his life, ex-girlfriend Jane Tate turns up with a shocking revelation.
As he tries to hold together his career and his marriage he turns for help to his faithful friend and fellow doctor. Chaos ensues!
This is farce at its best as the situation spins hilariously out of control in typical Ray Cooney fashion.
Available to book online or by calling East Kilbride Arts Centre on 01355 261000.
Location: All Libraries in South Lanarkshire
Read The Past Imagine the Future 24 April - 3 December 2017
Read The Past Imagine the Future is something new at your local library.
In this Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture libraries are launching a new campaign to encourage more people to get reading.
The Read The Past Imagine the Future campaign supported by the Scottish Library and Information Council*, will be live in libraries in South Lanarkshire from 24 April to 3 December 2017.
Read the Past Imagine the Future aims to raise awareness among people of all ages to discover what their local library offers, including book lending, computers and IT facilities, e-books, newspapers and magazines, author events, children’s activities, reading groups, local and family history resources and employment support. It also aims to encourage reading throughout communities across Scotland and to widen knowledge of local and national history.
The seven month Scottish national reading promotion will include fiction, non-fiction and will celebrate Scotland’s rich heritage, history and culture of writing and reading. Stock will include local and national history and local authors as well as stock that focuses on our heritage and depicts images and ideas of the future.
Gerry Campbell, General Manager of South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture said:
“With this campaign, we want to inspire people to visit their local library and pick up a new book and enjoy reading for the pleasure it brings. It’s amazing how much books and reading can teach you and open up your imagination.
“Modern libraries offer something for people of all ages. We want to connect people to the possibilities and opportunities at their local library, through our books, our people and our technology. Your local library will be running a competition from the 24 April to 12 November 2017 with winners of the Book Tokens announced during Book Week Scotland."
The competition to win a £50.00 book token runs in libraries across Scotland. To enter - submit a book review at a local library or tweet using #ReadThePast17 and include @southlanarkshirelibraries in the tweet. A copy of the terms and conditions are available at your local library.
* The Scottish Library and Information Council (SLIC) is the independent advisory body to the Scottish Government on library matters. For more information on SLIC visit