Send us your Camelon news and pictures by noon on Tuesday.
Meets every Friday from 7-9 p.m. in the Scotia Room at Camelon Education Centre. All welcome.
An aerobics and toning class is held in the Mariner Sports Centre every Wednesday from 7.30 p.m. Have fun becoming toned. Telephone Sheila on (01324) 634192 or 07859933877 for further information.
Entertainment on Saturday is by Fraser’s Disco. There is a domino competition every Sunday from 3.30 p.m. Entry fee is £1 per person.
There is a car boot sale every Sunday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Falkirk Stadium. Pitches are £6. Proceeds benefit Falkirk Football Club. For further information call Jim Campbell on (01324) 873498.
There are bingo sessions every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday from 7.30 p.m. There are refreshments at the Tuesday session for a small donation. Entertainment tomorrow (Friday) is vocalist Norman Cox.
There is a cabaret tomorrow (Friday) featuring an Abba tribute by Dancing Queens. Tickets are £5 and can be obtained at the bar.
Camelon Area Regeneration next monthly meeting is on Tuesday, March 4 at 7 p.m. in Camelon Education Centre. It is open to all who live, work or have a general interest in the positive regeneration of Camelon. Meetings are usually attended by at least one community police officer and local councillor. Submissions are also requested for the next issue of Camelon Chat due out in March. Send to email@example.com. CARE can also be found on facebook.
The annual general meeting of Falkirk Gaelic Forum will be held in Room 14, Camelon Education Centre at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 13.
The annual general meeting of Falkirk district branch of An Comunn Gàidhealach will be held in Room 14, Camelon Education Centre at 8 p.m. on Thursday, March 13.
Falkirk Gaelic Forum and Falkirk branch of An Comunn Gaidhealach are holding a family-friendly informal ceilidh in Camelon Bowling Club on Friday, March 28 at 7.30 p.m. Come along to have a chat and find out about Gaelic in Falkirk. You can play an instrument, sing, recite a poem or tell a story. Further info at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is now only seven weeks till our opening day. Your fees can be paid any Friday evening or Sunday afternoon at the club by March 31. The 21 club was not won last Sunday and loads of people require only a few goals to scoop the big prize on Sunday. Please ensure your payments are up to date or you could lose close to £200. Free Wifi is now available in the club for all members and guests, who may be attending a function. We require one volunteer to assist in cutting the greens and surrounds from April, full training will be given.
This takes place every Wednesday in Brown Street church hall at 8.15 p.m. all welcome, no need to book. For more information call or text 07739718361.
Thanks to everyone who came along to the February Independent Living Cafe. It is open to everyone with an assessed need by social work or anyone who has an interest in disability. The next ILA Cafe is on Thursday, March 6 in the Forth Valley Sensory Centre. As it is so near Shrove Tuesday, we are having a pancake demo and tasting. Come along and enjoy a light lunch, meet old friends or make new ones - and sample our pancakes. For further information, please contact Elma on 01324625097. If you would like to help with things like pouring tea/coffee etc., please get in touch. We are now able to help anyone who might have a transport problem. Get in touch with Sandra on 07841725228.
This Sunday, communion will be celebrated at 11 a.m., conducted by the Rev. Stuart Sharp, assisted by Ms Rhona McDonald. At 7 p.m. the Young Camelon Parish is holding a Quiz Night with pie and beans in the Baird Street Hall, tickets £3 for adults, £1.30 for five-16 year olds. For more details view www.camelonparishchurch.org.uk.
Koffee Time meets from 10 a.m. till noon today (Thursday). All change this week as our Canadian visitors fly back to Toronto. We await their snow report with interest. The Thought for the Day this week will be brought to us by Roy Gray. On Sunday we meet for the Breaking of Bread at 10.30 a.m. followed by tea/coffee at 11.30 a.m. The speaker expected at 11.50 a.m. for the Bible Teaching is Anderson Munro. The Sunday Club meets at the same time. That afternoon we meet for a short service in Summerford at 3 p.m. and the following day is our monthly visit to Wallside Grange when our guests are Jim and May Paterson. There is an after-school club at Carmuirs on Tuesday and that evening we have arranged our monthly missionary prayer meeting at 7.30 p.m.
Have fun and improve your health and wellbeing with Tai Chi Qigong Relax. Help reduce symptoms of stress, anxiety, high blood pressure, relieve the pain caused by arthritis, improve mental health, and lesson the likelihood of falls in older people and more. Qigong is a gentle exercise system that improves flexibility, balance and feelings of wellbeing, based on the same principles as traditional Chinese medicine. Meet new people in a friendly relaxed atmosphere. All you need is comfortable clothing and flat shoes. Classes held every Monday from 6.30-7.30 p.m. in Dorrrator Road church hall. Contact Yvonne on 07824507785 for more details.
Would you like to develop your spiritual side and meet like minded open individuals? Then come along to our development group every Wednesday in the Ochiltree Club from 7.30-9.30 p.m.. Subjects covered include mediumship and psychic work, angel card readings, crystals and tea leaf reading to name a few. There are meditations to relax and a cuppa to unwind and chat. We also have our Melrose Spiritual Residential from May 17-19 for more information please contact Elaine on 07866539429. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and Meetup websites.
Bairns ‘n’ Buggies
Camelon buggy group meets every Monday 1.15 p.m. at the community project (old Camelon high school) the walk is free and run by volunteer walk leaders. All welcome for more information contact 01324-504556 or email email@example.com