This Friday, 17th November, come along to ‘An afternoon of Celebration at the Citizens Theatre’ from 1pm to 4pm.
An afternoon of entertainment celebrating the rich tapestry of cultures in Glasgow with MIN, Citizens Theatre and many others. There will be music, dancing and knitting from MIN. Everyone is welcome.
The event is inspired by Lampedusa play.
Maryhill Integration Network and Africa in Motion (AiM) film festival invite you to a film screening at Maryhill Community Centre on Friday 6th October, join us from 5.30pm for an introduction to the film with MIN & AiM volunteer Elias Tekle.
About ‘Debbas’: .
‘A 300 year old Ghost, Debbas, believed to be a demon in the Eritrean Highlands, haunts a young artist, Aman, to write the truth about a feudal conspiracy that led to his murder. Aman, terrified but determined, works tirelessly despite all the social isolation. After numerous conflicts with his family, close friends, girlfriend, potential film financiers Aman finally succeeds in producing a film.’
Watch the trailer: https://youtu.be/
FREE event, refreshments provided
Film is in Tigrinya with English subtitles
MIN’s Office will be closed for the September Weekend local holiday on Friday 22nd and Monday 25th September 2017. All activities scheduled in the Weekly Programme will be off on those days with the exception of the Knit for Unity Knitting Group which will meet on Monday at the usual time of 12-3pm.
MIN has partnered with Make It Glasgow and Operation Play Outdoors for some fun and free Woodland Art Sessions for adults. The final session will take place on Saturday 7th of October with a visit to Aberfoyle.
The session will include a walk in a beautiful woodland, an artist led session, and time for tea and cake before heading back into Maryhill.
Meeting at Maryhill Integration Network , 35 Avenuepark St, G20 8TS, at 11.30am.
For more information about the content of the session please contact Ashley on 07597122809 / email@example.com
To book a place on the sessions please contact MIN office 0141 946 9106 /
Funded by Forestry Commission Scotland