What’s On For Kids has been busy updating the site with all the Christmas stuff and will be posting a round up very shortly - there’s so much stuff but a lot of it gets booked up quite quickly e.g. Santa’s Grotto at Finlaystone
is already pretty booked up.
This weekend has a strong Frozen theme. Head along to St Enoch Square on Saturday morning at 11.00 for a free screening and sing-a-long. If that might be too cold for you (and yours) or you just can’t get enough, enjoy a Frozen Winterland
on Sunday evening at Jurassic Jungle Soft Play. Families at GMRC this Saturday is all about Future Cities
- free but booking essential. On Saturday afternoon, there’s a Grimm Fairy Tale inspired puppet show at the Scottish Mask and Puppet
Centre. On Sunday, it is the Style Mile Christmas Carnival
with street performers and entertainers bringing some festive cheers to the city.
St Andrew’s Day is at the end of the month and there will be free celebrations in George Square. However, there are many special offers available over the next couple of weeks at attractions including SEA LIFE Loch Lomond, House for An Art Lover amongs others. To find out more, check out www.scotland.org/fun
to find out what’s on offer and to download vouchers. (There are some good deals in Edinburgh
including free entry to the Palace of Holyroodhouse on 30 November.) Anyway, by the time that St Andrew’s Day is over, the countdown to Christmas will officially begin!
Children’s Classic Concert Christmas spectacular is a great way to start your festive season. There are two shows in Glasgow and now is time to book your tickets.