It’s nearly the beginning of March, the Easter school holidays are so near you can almost taste them and that can mean only one thing – it’s time for us to blow the dust off the SiMY bikes and get them ready for the dry trails and sunny weather that’s sure to come our way!
SiMY is holding a Ceilidh on Saturday 1st March at 7.00pm in Townhead Village Hall. If you’d like more information on the Ceilidh, want to buy tickets, or want to organise a quick refresher course on a Strip the Willow, contact us using the form below, give us a shout on Facebook, or call us
Any of you developing dancers, musicians, actors and the like interesting in an amazing opportunity to be part of one of the biggest events taking place in Scotland – click the link for more info
If you’re interested in DJ’ing, making music for videos, or becoming the next Skrillex (god help us), then you may be interested in the sessions that are starting on Thursday 23rd January at 7.00pm. Sean Coyle will be coming along to run an introductory session on music production, and if people are interested, will
Thursday Dance classes are back up and running for the new year. We are looking for young people aged 12 and over to come and join the group, especially if you’re a beginner. Classes run from 6.30pm on Thursday evenings, and can be used for one of the sections of your DofE Award.
It’s that time of year again, when we’re starting to help people organise their DofE award activities! The DofE Award is open to anyone over the age of 14, and you can start at any time. If you would like to take part, or you’d like to find out a bit more about what’s involved,