MIN’s Office will be closed on Monday 18th December 2017 due to essential builiding maintenance work being carried out by Glasgow Life. We apologise for any inconvenience.
Last dates for weekly groups at MIN 2017
The office will close on Wednesday 20th December and weekly activities will finish/have finished on the following dates:
Dance Project: Monday 11th December
Men’s Group: Tuesday 5th December
ESOL: Wednesday 13th December
Family Nest: Wednesday 20th December
Oasis Women’s Group: Thursday 14th December
January 2018 opening dates
The office will reopen on Thursday 4th January for drop-in advice and weekly activities will start back on the following dates
Dance Project: Monday 8th January
Men’s Group: Tuesday 9th January
ESOL: Wednesday 10th January
Family Nest: Wednesday 10th January
Oasis Women’s Group: Thursday 11th January
Choir: Thursday 18th January
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
Thanks to everyone who attended our AGM on Tuesday 5th September and gave us the opportunity to share our achievements from 2016-17! Wonderful to end the afternoon with Gujurati dancing from volunteer Mina and some of the Colours of Life dancers.
For more info on the presentation from our Development Worker, Rose, on her Winston Churchill Memorial Trust UK fellowship award, looking at Arts & Integration, please visit her blog: https://rfilippiblog.wordpress.com