Upcoming Talks

Just looking at my diary, and realising I have quite a busy time coming up with talks and presentations. Here are the current dates until the end of the year…

The Crown Jewels of Maryhill – Thursday 10th October 2013, 19.30
Bearsden Horticultural Society in Bearsden Burgh Hall

The Life and Adventurous Times of Ian Barr – Wednesday 16th October 2013, 10.00
Workers Educational Association in Skelmorlie Community Centre’s Reading Room

The Crown Jewels of Maryhill – Monday 21st October 2013, 19.00
Johnstone Church Guild, St Andrews Trinity Parish Church

Glasgow’s Canals Unlocked – Thursday 24th October 2013, 19.00
AHSS Strathclyde Group in Adelaide’s, Bath Street, Glasgow

The Crown Jewels of Maryhill – Tuesday 29th October, 10.30
Glasgow BMA Ladies Club in the Mitchell Library, Blythswood Rm, Level 5

Scottish Cinemas – Weds 30th October 2013, 14.30
Volunteer Guides, Graham Hill Bldg, George St, Glasgow

The Crown Jewels of Maryhill – Mon 18th November 2013, 14.00
Bearsden Cross Church Guild in Bearsden Cross Church

Cinemas of the South Side and Beyond – Tuesday 19th November 2013,
Pollokshields Heritage Society in the Fotheringay Centre

The Crown Jewels of Maryhill – Friday 29th November 2013, 19.00
Greenock Philosophical Society in Watt Hall, McLean Museum, Kelly Street, Greenock

The Crown Jewels of Maryhill – Thursday 5th December 2013, 14.00
Edinburgh NTS Members Centre, Augustine Church, George VI Bridge in Edinburgh

About Gordon Barr

Old buildings fan, ex-scientist, software dev, old cinemas buff, occasional boffin & cow-wrangler. Too many books, too few bookshelves.
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