Get out walking
Popular magician Douglas Cameron re t u r n s to Rutherglen Town Hall this Saturday, March 5, with another of his fun, interactive shows for kids and big kids alike.
He’ll be delivering his latest magic tricks at the show.
The show is titled Nothing Up My Sleeves because despite making things vanish and appear, he is able to do this with ‘nothing up his sleeves’.
As always he will need some assistance from his audience to share in the fun that ensues during the course of this magic filled performance.
Laughs and amazement are guaranteed and the performance is suitable for ages three to 103.
Tickets are on sale now priced at £5.
They’re on-sale from the Town Hall in person, by calling 0141 613 5700 or by visiting www. sllcboxoffice. co.uk
The show starts at 2pm. Get Walking Lanarkshire has two health walks taking place in the Cambuslang area.
They both take place on Fridays.
The first leaves from Westburn Nursery at 9.30am, with the second leaving from Whitlawburn Resource Centre at 10.30am.
GetWalking Lanarkshire is a partnership project between Paths for All, North and South Lanarkshire councils and NHS Lanarkshire.
The aim of the project is to improve the health and wellbeing of Lanarkshire’s residents by getting more people walking .
This is done by supporting existing health walks, establishing new local groups, supporting and training volunteer walk leaders and promoting walking for health across Lanarkshire.
Go to http://www. northlanarkshire.gov.uk/ getwalking for more information.