Tuesday 5th June - Maryhill Walk (7pm)

Combining work by many of Glasgow’s leading architects, including Mackintosh, with housing from all eras from Victorian to post war, Maryhill retains a distinctive community identity and some of Glasgow’s best-kept historical secrets – including the Maryhill Burgh Halls, re-opening later in 2011.  This varied walk, led by Gordon Barr of Maryhill Burgh Halls Trust, will take in Maryhill itself, the canal that made the area, and a selection of landmark buildings, stained glass and artwork – some of which no longer exist.

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Tuesday 12th June - Free Hillhead Library Talk: The Crown Jewels of Maryhill (6.30pm)

Gordon Barr takes you round Maryhill’s wealth of interesting history, centred around Maryhill Burgh Halls and their unique series of iconic stained glass windows showcasing the historic trades of the area. Hidden away for decades, the restored windows are now back on display, and full of interesting stories…

Free talk, no tickets required. Hillhead Library, Byres Road.


Saturday 16th June - Canal Cruise from Spiers Wharf to Maryhill! (2pm)

Join canal historian and writer Guthrie Hutton and work your passage from Spiers Wharf to Maryhill (and back) aboard “Voyager”, exploring some of Glasgow’s canal side industrial archaeology.  A trip at walking pace that requires no actual walking!  

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Saturday 23rd June - The Muppets in Maryhill! (11am)

It's time to play the music, it's time to re-light the lights - as film returns to Maryhill Burgh Halls for the first time in decades! 

The popular Grosvenor Cinema of Ashton Lane in Glasgow’s West End, as a part of The West End Festival,  are proud to present a ‘Community’ screening of the brilliant family movie ‘The Muppets’ at Maryhill Burgh Halls on Saturday 23rd June at 11am.

Tickets are only £1.00 but be there as you will also see a demonstration of authentic 35m projected film. 

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