Free Online Activities

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Storytime with Richard O’Neill
Mon 22 June, 2:00pm, Suitable for all children and their grown-ups too!

Join author and storyteller Richard O’Neill for his second event at Govanhill Baths! In this session, Richard will read from his book Ossiri and the Bala Mengro. In the story, a Traveller girl creates her own musical instrument from a willow branch and lots of recycled objects. She plays it enthusiastically, but it sounds terrible! Ignoring warnings not to awaken the ogre in the hills, Ossiri goes there to practise playing her instrument. Will she wake the ogre, and will it appreciate her playing?

Richard O’Neill is a sixth generation master storyteller and author from the Romany tradition. His all original stories, books and plays are Inclusive, inspiring, funny, traditional and contemporary, with strong themes of inclusion, identity, community and ecology. His skills at encouraging children’s reading and writing have been rewarded with a National Literacy Hero award and an outstanding from Ofsted.

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Online classes and Activities

  1. Book in for a class or activity at least one hour before the class starts.  You will be emailed a registration form to fill in and email back.
  2. You will receive an invite in your email shortly before the class starts to join via Facebook Live or Zoom. Check your junk mail if you can’t see it.  In the email there will be a list of suggested things you could have to hand.
  3. Get comfy at home, with a good internet signal and anything you might need.
  4. Enjoy the class!  Any feedback or suggestions can be emailed to

If you need a phone call to talk you through downloading Zoom please text 07933 271580 and we’ll arrange a time to talk you through it.

Southside LGBTQI+ Gardening Workshops (On Zoom)

Mondays 06 & 20 July, 03 & 17 August, 5:30 – 6:30pm

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Calling all queers… Join us for a series of workshops on growing food and gardening. You will receive a growing pack with seeds, compost and pots – everything you need to grow vegetables and herbs on your windowsill.

In our first session on Monday 6 July, we will sow seeds from our growing packs and choose what we want to do in future workshops. Ideas include growing from seed to harvest, guerrilla gardening, nature writing, queer ecology, propagating herbs and houseplants, using herbs for wellbeing and making natural dyes.

The group will be facilitated by Martha Adonai Williams, who is a black queer facilitator, community organiser and food grower based in the Southside.

Please get in touch if you have any questions. Email us on or send us a message on our Facebook page.

The project is supported by Govanhill Baths and Urban Roots.

Yoga and relaxation (On Zoom

Every Tuesday, 11:00am – 12:00pm 

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Illustration practising yoga

Gentle yoga and relaxation open to all.  Suitable for beginners and those who have been attending our regular yoga classes.

We’ve also started a WhatsApp Group where local Yoga teacher Jagjit posts weekly Yoga exercises to do at home. Please email to book onto this group.

Yoga Videos

Are you finding that you’re spending more time looking at screens during lockdown?  Feeling increased tension in your neck, shoulders and lower back?  Click to view a great video on YouTube for easing tension.

Never done Yoga before? Here’s a great beginners video on Youtube video to give you a taster before you join the Zoom class. Click to view Yoga video on YouTube

Yoga is for everyone. It can help bring you into the present, calm the mind and celebrate your body. Click to view a video that shares grounding practices and exercises for Anxiety and Gender Dysphoria.

Govanhill Youth Club: Galaxy High School

Mondays, 3:00 – 5:00pm, 8yrs+
The Youth Club wants you to join in on Mondays at 3:00pm for ‘Galaxy High School’
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Govanhill Youth Club: Dance Class

Thursdays, 1:00 – 3:00pm
Move like a robot and tut like a king with Kid_X star aka AndroidX. Join in On Thursdays, no experience needed. Robot dance and tutting with Malik.
Check out our social media for updates!


Gardening Lessons – United we will grow!

Illustration: Plant pots with rainbow behind

Growing vegetables at home is easy and fun! Join in the conversation with #GrowingGovanhill

Are you trying to grow veggies indoors? Would you like to learn more? Join us and the amazing Urban Roots gardeners via Zoom for tips, advice and troubleshooting. Currently scheduled days are below. Click here to book online.

Wednesday Jun 24, 2:00pm
Wednesday July 01, 2:00pm
Wednesday July 08, 2:00pm
Wednesday July 15, 2:00pm
Wednesday July 22, 2:00pm
Wednesday July 29, 2:00pm

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Beginners Guide to Photography (YouTube)
Episode 1: Light, View on YouTube
Episode 2: Composition, View on YouTube

In this Beginners Guide to Photography Martyna Maz talks through some key techniques for working with both natural and artificial light and composition. With just a few simple tips and tricks this video will teach you how to take some great photos on any camera or camera phone.

Martyna Maz is a local artist with a passion for photography. Since graduating from the Glasgow School of Art she has been developing her practice using a variety of digital and film cameras and working in her self built darkroom. Martyna’s love of music used to take her to many concerts to photograph vibrant acts on stage. She feels most connected photographing nature and also likes to bring out the best in people when taking their portraits.

Paper chain from your Craft Pack (on Facebook Live)
Wed 24 June, 5:00pm

Have you received one of our craft packs? Why not join artist Sarah Leal as she talks you through How to make a Paper Chain using origami to brighten your home. Being home and feeling comfortable and happy is more important than ever nowadays. If you didn’t receive a pack all you need for this project is:

  • Origami square paper sheets
  • A string
  • A needle to help put the string through