Sisters in Song

MIN’s Joyous Choir were the subject of this wonderful video made by students from the 2019 Documentary Production Course at the University of Stirling. We think the video gives great insight into the individual stories of members of the Choir and how being part of the Choir helps them to have a sense of belonging. You can catch the next Joyous Choir performance in Maryhill Park on Sunday 9th June at the Friends of Maryhill Park Summer Fair.

MIN Closed for May Public Holiday Weekend 2019

MIN will be closed for the May Public Holiday Weekend on Friday 24th and Monday 27th May 2019. There will be no Knitting Group or Football at Firhill Complex on Monday either. The Office will re-open and normal activities resume on Tuesday 28th May, apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.

MIN Director Wins Spotlight Award

Huge congratulations to our Director Rema on winning the Spotlight Award at the Scottish Women’s Business Awards on Sunday 19th May 2019! You can read more about the Rema and the awards here and about Rema’s journey and how she came to join MIN here in articles from the Evening Times.

Scottish Women in Business Awards 2019 hosted by Jane McCarry at the Grand Central Hotel in Glasgow – 19 May 2019 – © Julie Broadfoot // Juliebee – www.juliebee.uk

Moving Minds XI

MIN’s Joyous Choir and the Colours of Life International Dancers will be performing once more at this year’s Moving Minds event at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum on Saturday 25th May 2019. Join us at the event for our performances and stalls including henna painting, hand massage and knitting with the Knit for Unity: Across the Globe group from 11am.

MIN Closed for European Elections May 2019

MIN will be closed from 6pm on Wednesday 22nd May 2019 and all day Thursday 23rd May due to Maryhill Community Centre being used as a Polling Station, this means there will be NO Family Nest or Youth Group on Wednesday and NO Oasis Women’s Group or Joyous Choir on Thursday. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause, activities will return as normal the following week.


Image by John Mounsey from Pixabay