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? FRIDAY 7 I Edinburgh

O Zen Retreat The Salisbury Centre. 2 Salisbury Road. 667 5438. Enquiries and bookings to Rawdon Goodier.

: 46 Fountainhall Road. A weekend

9 reatreat run by monks from Throssel 2 Hole Priory in the Soto Zen tradition.

I ' SATURDAY 8 I I Glasgow

5 o Karate Meditation Day Glasgow Buddhist Centre, 329 Sauchiehall Street, 333 0524. Karate as DO ie, as an art form and as a method of personal development.

SUNDAY 9 2 Edinburgh

0 Music for Meditation Bedlam Theatre, Forrest Road. 7.30pm. Free. A performance by the Edinburgh Sri Chinmoy music group ‘Transformer‘ ofcompositions by Sri Chinmoy arranged for sythesiser, flute, saxophone. clarinet. violin, vocals and percussion.

FRIDAY 14 Glasgow

0 Tibetan Meditation Samye Dzong. 1416 Dumbarton Road G14. 954 8692. Lama Ganga. a Tibetan Lama will be giving meditation instruction on Fri evening. Sat and Sun. Attendance can be for part or all of the course. payment on a ‘whatever you can afford’ basis. Contact Samye Dzong for more details. times etc.

SATURDAY 15 Glasgow

0 Dancing Inside Out Notre Dame ' Primary, Victoria Crescent Road, G12. 10am—4pm (reductions available). Structured movement, sequences to increased awareness, visualisations as individual and group dance scores. Develop your own style ofeasy, spontaneous movement. Bookings and enquiries to the Natural Dance Workshop. 15 White Street. 334 4203.


0 Christian Evolution The Salisbury Centre, 2 Salisbury Road, 667 5438.

10am—5pm. £8 (£5). How does the spiritual path ofa Christian relate to the ‘new age‘ and Eastern meditation practices? A panel discussion with Father Noel O‘Donoghue and Elspeth Strachan.

MONDAY 17 Glasgow

0 Birth Chart Interpretation Glasgow Astrology Group. The Theosophical Society, 17 Queens Crescent, Nr St Georges Cross. 7.30pm. £1 (non-members). Discussion and comparison of birth chart interpretations, one ofa series of meetings held on alternative Mondays. For further information

1 ring Danny Harkins 3340583.


FRIDAY 7 Glasgow

0 Working with the Media, lobbying MPS Centrepeace. 143 Stockwell Street. 7.30—9.30pm. Part ofthe continuing ‘Friday Evening at Centrepeace‘ series aimed primarily at teachers. youth leaders and people interested in starting up Peace and Justice Centres.

SATURDAY 8 Glasgow

0 CND Jumble Sale Clarkston Hall. If you want to contribute jumble ring Martin Baillie. 638 3890.

THURSDAY 13 Glasgow

0 Pacific Women’s Tour Renfield Street. Stephen‘s Church Centre, 260 Bath Street. G2. 7.30pm. A Public meeting with women from Belau and Rongelap in the South Pacific, ‘the most nuclearised and militarised area in the world.‘ Rongelap was evacuated in May 1980 because ofcontamination from the US nuclear testing programme in the Pacific (see Priority list).


0 A Comprehensive Test ban Treaty, verilication and arms control The Centre for Human Ecology. 15 Buccleuch Place. 7.30pm. A talk by a speaker from SANA (Scientists Against Nuclear Arms).

FRIDAY 14 Edinburgh

0 Pacific Women's Tour City Chambers, High Street. 7.30pm. Free. See above listing for Glasgow. SATURDAY 15



0 Clydebank Blitz- Commemoration March and Rally Meeting at 11am at Dalnottar Cemetary, March Assembly 12 noon at Mountblow Road, Rally at 1pm Clyde Shopping Centre, Queen Square. Speakers-- Meg Beresford, General-Secretary ofNational CND, Councillor Betty Brown, Gavin Strang MP. 7.30pm Grand Folk Concert. Hub Community Education Centre, Kilbowie Road, Clydebank. Other events are being organised throughout the weekend, enquiries and requests for accommodation to Mr J. Morgan Duntocher 73928. Edinburgh i 0 Make the Links— Break the Chains : Day School to Promote Action for International Peace and Justice. The T Pleasance. 10am—5pm (social event in evening). £3 (£1). Edinburgh‘s 3 contribution to the International Year of Peace organised by i Stockbridge CND and supported by Edinburgh District Council. The dayschool brings together peace groups, environmental groups, Third World action and poverty 5 groups, trades unions and other organisations in an effort to improve coordination and campaigning. For further information and bookings ring 226 2719 or 556 6233.

; TUESDAY 18 ; Glasgow

_ o The International Peace March through Central America Wellington Church Crypt, University Avenue. 7.30pm. A talk by Paul Baker recently returned from the Peace March. Part ofCentral America Week organised by Centrepeace.

0 Central America Week-

5 Campaigning Workshop with videos

; and speakers The Cornerstone, West | : End. 7.30pm.

THURSDAY 20 Glasgow

0 Latin American Music Night Victoria Bar, The Briggait. 8pm. Organised by Centrepeace. Contact Jamie

1 Cossar at Centrepeace 143 Stockwell ; Street (552 8357) for more details.

: Edinburgh

0 Central America- Underthe Eagle Theatre Workshop, Hamilton Place, ; Stockbridge. 7.30—10pm. A public meeting with speakers including Campbell Christie. Secretary (Designate) ofthe STUC. Jenny Pearce, author of Under the Eagle. and members of a visiting Nicaraguan delegation. For further details about Central America Week in Edinburgh contact SEAD, 29

: Nicolson Square, 667 0120.

w; l . jSATURDAY 8 iGlasgow

o A Seminarior International Womens 5 Day Transport and General Workers Unions, 290 Bath Street. 2—5pm. £1. = Organised by the Clydeside Womens Health Campaign. There will be

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as various workshops.

food, entertainment, activities. . .

i All women are invited to drop in any time during the day. Please bring

contributions for Medical and

L Toiletries Kits for SWAPO/ANC

: The Pleasance. 10am—4pm. £2/£1. I Creche. Wheelchair access. Lunch ' available from 12 noon. Please book

' in advance. Organised by

small but growing range ofnovels for young lesbians and gay men.

"‘7"? Edinburgh

0 Womens lntemationai Day Celebration Missing Links Cafe, St James Place (behind St james Centre, in St Andrews Hall). 10am—5pm. Organised by SEAD (Scottish Education and Action for Development) with music, stalls.

I women, eg plasters. bandages. ; vrtamin pills,soap,nappies etc. i

0 Women and Psychotherapy Day 60

Womanzone, there will be

workshops on Gestalt, Dreams. Understanding Ourselves.

Feminism and Psychoananlysis, Assertiveness, and Compulsive

Eating. A woman-only event.

FRIDAY 7 Edinburgh

0 Where the Nile and the Jordan iiows Kirk 0’ Field Parish Church Social Club. Harry Millar Hall, Pleasance. 7.30pm. Adults 20p, Children 10p. An illustrated talk by Mrs J. Lindsay.


0 Gender and poetry Room L1.()3.

j Livingstone Tower. Richmond 1 Street. 5.30pm. Free. A seminar I j with poet and playwright Liz I

Lochhead as part ofStrathclyde

. University‘s ‘Women in Literature’

series. 0 Scottish Careers and Education ’86

, Anderston Exhibition Centre

(above Anderston Bus Station) Glasgow. 13/14/15 Mar 10am—5pm. 16 Mar 12 noon—5pm. £1 (50p). An

' exhibition offering information on

courses, ideas for employment, and how to obtain grants and assistance. Aimed at young people and older people who have been made redundant. are out ofwork. or would like to find out about further education. There will be a workshop area where designs/portfolios/models can be

displayed free ofcharge. For further . information phone Crieff (0764) 4204/3312.

; WEDNESDAY 19 : Edinburgh

0 Poetry Reading 27 George Square.

7.30pm. Anne Stevenson reads from ‘The Fiction Makers‘ and other recent works.

iTHURSDAYZD é Edinburgh

0 Lesbian and gay literature Lavender Menace, 11a Forth Street. 8pm. lona McGregor, author ofTree of

Liberty, will be talking about the j

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