Summer Party,

Queen’s Park Arena,


from 4pm

MELTING Pot and Heverlee team up to bring a season of parties this summer in Queen’s Park in Glasgow’s South Side. The sessions will be at the bandstand.

The team say they are “very excited” to be bringing a group of friends over to play over the summer. Things kick off with a superbly talented artist who is as adept in the studio as he is behind the decks, Sam Shepard a.k.a. Floating Points, who will play a three-hour set, supported by the Melting Pot mobile DJ team.

Be quick and buy your tickets from before they all go.

Loch Lomond Led Ride,

Bike for Good Glasgow West,

Today, 9.30am

JOIN this guided ride to Loch Lomond via the number 7 National Cycle Route. Meet at Bike for Good Glasgow West at 9.30am for a quick safety check and a chance to borrow a bike. Then move to the number 7 National Cycle Route and follow this until you reach Balloch. The distance to Balloch will be around 20 miles.

All will be encouraged to cycle back the same way, although there is the option to use public transport for the return leg. This will be done through your own choice and at your own expense. These rides are open to adults and children. Free to take part in but register at Eventbrite.

Finding Your Feet,

Number 18,

Today, 5pm

ON the eve of retirement, a middle-class, judgmental snob discovers her husband has been having an affair with her best friend and is forced into exile with her bohemian sister, who lives on an impoverished inner-city council estate.

This moving film is at 18 Farmeloan Road, Rutherglen. Number 18’s Community Cinema aims to bring affordable experiences for all. All events include food and drink with your movie ticket. Seating is on a first-come, first- served basis. Bosses hold up to 50 people seated and have luxury bean bags for those lucky enough to get there early. Call 0141 646 0123.