Doctor Who will be guiding his TARDIS towards East Dunbartonshire as part of a range of activities, events and entertainment for all ages.
The autumn What’s On brochure has been released by East Dunbartonshire Leisure and Culture (EDLC) Trust.
It’s packed full of attractions aimed at enticing people into local libraries and facilities, including Who-ctober, which features a range of events dedicated to the legendary TV time-traveller.
From October 13-18 there will be drop-in activities at Bishopbriggs Library to help celebrate the new ‘East Dunbartonshire’ Doctor, Peter Capaldi.
There will also be a Doctor Who Adventure Evening on Friday October 24 (ages 7-12).
There is also an evening with Doug Allan, award-winning natural history photographer and film-maker at William Patrick Library, Kirkintilloch, on November 28.
Doug was principal cameraman on series such as ‘Planet Earth’ and ‘The Blue Planet’, working with Sir David Attenborough.
Youngsters can join the teenage volunteers at The Saturday Club inBishopbriggs and William Patrick Libraries, and try out games such as Minecraft’ and Adventure Time.
Enjoy Chatterbooks Reading Groups, Bookbug for Babies and Toddlers, drop-in computer sessions, heritage events, classes on writing,drawing, jewellery-making and painting.
A series of Crafty Christmas Creations sessions (for 5-11-year-olds) will take place during November and December across the area.
There will also be Christmas Art and Craft Exhibitions at the Auld Kirk Museum inKirkintilloch.
Councillor Alan Moir, Convener of Development and Regeneration, said, “The Council is delighted to be supporting such a fantastic and varied range of events this autumn. There genuinely is something for everyone.”
Pick up a brochure at libraries or visit www.edlc.co.uk