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Upcoming Events

Bellahouston Park

George Square

Take the Challenge Launch Event
Sunday 28 April 2019
10.30 am until 4.30 pm
Free entry

Come along for a family fun filled event. Not only is this event launching the Take The Challenge in May 2019, there will be a Climbing Wall, MTB/BMX pump track, Free Fall Airbag, eBike tryout, Bike Set-Up, Music, NextBike Promotions, Dr Bike, Heart Radio Paparazzi Wall, Cycle Training, Play Outdoors, Face Painting and much more.

Glasgow Green

Inflatable Fun City
Saturday 30 March until Monday 22 April 2019
12 noon until 6.00 pm daily
Charges apply

Come along to the inflatable city. Bounce and play on the ten different inflatables available.

Kelvingrove Park

St Enoch Square

Elsewhere in the city - Parks and Open Spaces

Events taking place all year round

Glasgow's Farmers' Market
Mansfield Park, Partick: second and fourth Saturday of the month
10.00 am to 2.00 pm

Enjoy a delicious range of affordable, healthy and locally produced food. You'll find a wide variety of seasonal vegetables, fresh fruit, quality meat, free range eggs, bread, cakes, cheese and fresh street food.

Pollok Country Park, Ruchill Park, Springburn Park, Tollcross Park and Victoria Park
Every Saturday at 9.30 am

Sign up for this free weekly 5K park run. Register at the parkrun website.

Junior parkrun
Victoria Park
Every Sunday at 9.20 am

Weekly timed runs for children aged 4 - 14 years. For more information visit: parkrun website.

Glasgow Botanic Gardens - Find out about future events for the Botanic Gardens in Glasgow by visiting the Friends of Glasgow Botanic Gardens website.

Heritage Trails - Heritage Trails exist throughout Glasgow. They are a great way of exploring the city, and finding out a little more about some of the sites and monuments along the way.

Seven Lochs Wetland Park - What's On

To find out what events are taking place at Seven Lochs please visit the Seven Lochs website

MyParkScotland - is an innovative online portal which helps people discover and support their local parks. Find out what's on in your park by visiting: MyParkScotland website

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