A big West End Christmas Fortnight Saturday!
10am to 11am – Spex Pistols Christmas Family Workshops at Gallery 48, West Port – Handmade embossed foil decorations with Cara Findlay and Sooz Gordon. Unfortunately fully booked.
10am to 12 noon – Harris Academy Christmas Fayre – including stalls – Free entry – all welcome!
Fayre will include – at a small fee – barista style coffee and bacon rolls.
10.30am – 11.30am – Blackness Library -“From Garden to Eden” -a free talk at Blackness Library by Iain Flett on the history of the Eden Project site.
Have a wee break from the Christmas stress – come along to Blackness Library for this free talk by retired city archivist Iain Flett.
Take a seat, have a cup of tea, and enjoy an hour of Dundee history. Starts 10.30am with teas/coffees from 10.15am.
11am to 4pm – Christmas Vintage market at Roseangle Kitchen Café.
Find everything you need for your sustainable celebrations. Festive tunes on original vinyl, gorgeous jewels from throughout the decades, classic & kitschy homewares to brighten the season and that perfect outfit.
If you’re searching for a unique gift for a loved one or just want to treat yourself, we’re sure to have just what you’re looking for.
Free entry – Upper Hall of Roseangle Kitchen Café, Roseangle/Perth Road.
12 noon to 1.30pm – “A space to connect” – at Victoria Gardens, with Eden Project Communities.
If you’re looking to meet like-minded people, find out a little about community gardening or have expertise you’d like to share, we’d love you to join us.
Plants and people have the power to create lasting change so come along to hear from Victoria Gardens (301 Blackness Road) around food, food waste, recipe, ideas and much more! They’ll be lots of fun activities to get involved in.
An informal opportunity to connect, share and learn and get involved in some activities all apart our ‘a space to connect’ roadshow series.
Lunch will be provided.
2.30pm – The West End Christmas Fortnight Primary 6 football competitionat Harris Academy. With thanks to the schools for all their help with this. P6 teams participating from our local primary schools.
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