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I DO LIKE MONDAYS! Free networking event in Saltcoats


Do you like Mondays? If you do then come along. WHO Anyone who likes what they do. Instead of getting the Monday morning blues you get the Monday morning highs. Your least favourite pop tune should be "I don't like Mondays". WHY Why not? WHERE We meet at the right hand side of the main bar. WHEN We meet every Monday of course. Get there between 7pm and 7.30pm. The night finishes whenever.... WHAT What's on? The best banter in Saltcoats, that's what's on. COST It's 100% free and always will be.  DRESS CODE Wear something red. When you see someone in red say "Hello!" RULES Be courteous and wear something red. That's it. ATTEND If you want to attend you have to reserve your free ticket for every attendee. AFTER THE EVENT Share your experience on social media using the hashtag #idolikemondays MORE INFO Visit EveryMonday.org and follow us on Instagram @idolikemondays

Venue:
The Salt Cot
7 Hamilton Street Saltcoats

When:
Mon, 22 Jul 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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I DO LIKE MONDAYS! Free networking event in Ayr


Do you like Mondays? If you do then come along. WHO Anyone who likes what they do. Instead of getting the Monday morning blues you get the Monday morning highs. Your least favourite pop tune should be "I don't like Mondays". WHY Why not? WHERE We meet at the right hand side of the main bar. WHEN We meet every Monday of course. Get there between 7pm and 7.30pm. The night finishes whenever.... WHAT What's on? The best banter in Ayr, that's what's on. COST It's 100% free and always will be.  DRESS CODE Wear something red. When you see someone in red say "Hello!" RULES Be courteous and wear something red. That's it. ATTEND If you want to attend you have to reserve your free ticket for every attendee. AFTER THE EVENT Share your experience on social media using the hashtag #idolikemondays MORE INFO Visit EveryMonday.org and follow us on Instagram @idolikemondays

Venue:
The West Kirk
58a Sandgate Ayr

When:
Mon, 22 Jul 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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I DO LIKE MONDAYS! Free networking event in Irvine


Do you like Mondays? If you do then come along. WHO Anyone who likes what they do. Instead of getting the Monday morning blues you get the Monday morning highs. Your least favourite pop tune should be "I don't like Mondays". WHY Why not? WHERE We meet at the right hand side of the main bar. WHEN We meet every Monday of course. Get there between 7pm and 7.30pm. The night finishes whenever.... WHAT What's on? The best banter in Irvine, that's what's on. COST It's 100% free and always will be.  DRESS CODE Wear something red. When you see someone in red say "Hello!" RULES Be courteous and wear something red. That's it. ATTEND If you want to attend you have to reserve your free ticket for every attendee. AFTER THE EVENT Share your experience on social media using the hashtag #idolikemondays MORE INFO Visit EveryMonday.org and follow us on Instagram @idolikemondays

Venue:
The Auld Brig
Units 13–15 Rivergate Shopping Centre Irvine

When:
Mon, 22 Jul 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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VIP Tours


Meet your guide at the visitor centre and collect your keepsake VIP pass, handle weaponry/artifacts and get dressed up (if you wish)  before heading  to the castle for a tour lasting approximately one hour.  Your dedicated tour guide will give an in depth historical account of the castle with plenty opportunity for photographs, questions and answers. Limited Availability 11am till 1pm approx. Every Wednesday with Erik Bloodaxe and every Friday with Dave the English prisoner throughout July and August 2019. Your ticket includes VIP pass, Dundonald Castle  branded gifts, dedicated tour guide. Tickets must be purchased in advance and are non refundable.

Venue:
Dundonald Castle
Winehouse Yett Dundonald

When:
Wed, 24 Jul 2019 11.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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I DO LIKE MONDAYS! Free networking event in Kilmarnock


Do you like Mondays? If you do then come along. WHO Anyone who likes what they do. Instead of getting the Monday morning blues you get the Monday morning highs. Your least favourite pop tune should be "I don't like Mondays". WHY Why not? WHERE We meet at the right hand side of the main bar. WHEN We meet every Monday of course. Get there between 7pm and 7.30pm. The night finishes whenever.... WHAT What's on? The best banter in Kilmarnock, that's what's on. COST It's 100% free and always will be.  DRESS CODE Wear something red. When you see someone in red say "Hello!" RULES Be courteous and wear something red. That's it. ATTEND If you want to attend you have to reserve your free ticket for every attendee. AFTER THE EVENT Share your experience on social media using the hashtag #idolikemondays MORE INFO Visit EveryMonday.org and follow us on Instagram @idolikemondays

Venue:
The Wheatsheaf Inn
70 Portland Street Kilmarnock

When:
Mon, 22 Jul 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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I DO LIKE MONDAYS! Free networking event in Prestwick


Do you like Mondays? If you do then come along. WHO Anyone who likes what they do. Instead of getting the Monday morning blues you get the Monday morning highs. Your least favourite pop tune should be "I don't like Mondays". WHY Why not? WHERE We meet at the right hand side of the main bar. WHEN We meet every Monday of course. Get there between 7pm and 7.30pm. The night finishes whenever.... WHAT What's on? The best banter in Prestwick, that's what's on. COST It's 100% free and always will be.  DRESS CODE Wear something red. When you see someone in red say "Hello!" RULES Be courteous and wear something red. That's it. ATTEND If you want to attend you have to reserve your free ticket for every attendee. AFTER THE EVENT Share your experience on social media using the hashtag #idolikemondays MORE INFO Visit EveryMonday.org and follow us on Instagram @idolikemondays

Venue:
The Prestwick Pioneer
87 Main Street Prestwick

When:
Mon, 22 Jul 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Summer School 4 (Week Commencing 21st July)


Youth Summer Program The cost of this course is £185 which includes membership of the club for use on completion of your training course at our weekly sailing nights. (Note: if you are already a member of the club or this is your second week training the cost is £150) 5 days intensive dignhy sail training, this is a great way for children to learn to sail or improve their skills. The enthusiastic instructors will tailor the course and deliver it at an appropriate level to each group ensuring it provides a fun and enjoyable experience. Following the RYA Youth Sailing Scheme, this course combines practical sailing with some theory. This is one of our most popular courses for all school children up to age 17. This course runs from 9:30 to 4:30 each day. There will be a presentation of certificates on the Friday at 4:15 which all parents and guardians are invited to attend. Parent/guardian is required to come into the club on the Monday morning to sign a permision slip.  If you would like any more information regarding our Summer Schools or Youth Sailing Program, please contact us at [email protected] or Call: 07921258860 Each week we run various groups split by previous experience/level: RYA Stage 1 - For complete beginners this course teaches you to the basic boat handling techniques such as launching/recovery, steering and basic boat controls. This course will be run with an instructor in each boat and up to 3 students. RYA Stage 2 - Assumed basic knoledge and steering ability. Proressing from Stage 2 (most people will do combined course of both) looking at rigging, different points of sail, tacking and some ropework/theory. This course will introduce sailors to single handed boats RYA Stage 3 - This level progresses on the previous levels looking at perfecting those tacks, intorducing gybing and sailing in all directions. This course brings more independence to the sailors as they carry out various manouvers in single handers.  RYA Advanced Courses (OFFERED ON SELECTED WEEKS ONLY - PLEASE EMAIL TO REGISTER YOUR INTEREST OR TO GET FULL LIST OF DATES) RYA Seamanship Skills - This course is run in double handed dinghies and look at controlling speed, reducing sail area, anchoring, man over board and may include a day trip.  RYA Stage 4 / Sailing with Spinnakers - Run in combination this course will consoladate double handed sailing with/without instuctor onboard and then go on to teach you how to rig the boat, gybe and recover an asymmetric spinnaker. How to sail the best possible course downwind.   RYA Race Courses (OFFERED ON SELECTED WEEKS ONLY - PLEASE EMAIL TO REGISTER YOUR INTEREST OR TO GET FULL LIST OF DATES) RYA Start Racing - This course is run in single handers and looks at all the basic race technique required to start club racing. It focuses on maximising boat speed round the course.  RYA Intermediate Racing - Builds on your previous racing experince focusing on starting, boat handling, boat speed and introduces some tactics and strategy.  RYA Advanced Racing - This course is mainly practical based and looks at further enhancing your technique and skills to allwo you to take part in higher level events outwidth the club. 

Venue:
Prestwick Prom
31 Grangemuir Road Prestwick

When:
Mon, 22 Jul 2019 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Tackling child poverty in North Ayrshire: Challenges & opportunities


Scotland has ambitious targets to reduce child poverty by 2030. Delivering on these targets will require action from national and local government in Scotland, as well as from organisations in the third and private sectors. But what actions will make the biggest difference, what matters most to people living on low incomes, and what do we know about what works right now? This event - hosted in partnership between the Poverty Alliance and North Ayrshire Council - will look at the opportunities and challenges that exist in North Ayrshire for addressing child and family poverty, and how these challenges can be addressed using the voices of people experiencing poverty. Specifically during the event we will: discuss the commitments that are being made in the new North Ayrshire Local Child Poverty Action Report; hear more about the approaches that are being taken across Scotland; explore how community and voluntary organisations, and people with direct experience of poverty, can feed into the development of action to tackle poverty. At the event you will also learn more about the Get Heard Scotland initiative, which is working to ensure people with experience of poverty and those working on the frontline can feed into the development of anti-poverty policy at local and national levels. This event is for everyone who wants to better understand the Scottish Government’s approach to addressing child poverty, who wants to know how child poverty is being tackled in North Ayrshire, and who wants to contribute to shaping local and national priorities. The event is free to attend, with travel and caring costs reimbursed for people living on a low income. Please let us know (by emailing [email protected]) if you will need these costs covered.

Venue:
Irvine Town House
66 High Street Irvine

When:
Tue, 23 Jul 2019 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


OPEN TRAINING Session - Kilmarnock (East Ayrshire) - Understand, Communicate and Resolve


UNDERSTAND, COMMUNICATE AND RESOLVE Free training opportunnity The subject of conflict resolution is vast; however, this training identifies generic core elements that individuals, irrespective of their role, will benefit from. The training will give participants the opportunity to reflect on and understand some of the dynamics of conflict within relationships. The training supports the overall aim of the SCCR - to reduce the risk of youth homelessness through reducing family conflict. Delegates will be awarded an 'open badge' which is a digital certificate recognising learning and achievement and is a great way to record your continuous personal development.  Who is it for? The course is aimed at practitioners working with families, parents and young people and has been designed in such a way that it allows the practitioner to share their knowledge and experience with like-minded individuals. The delivery is informal and is a mix of presentation, discussion, activity and evaluation. Do you fit this criterion? If yes, then you will benefit from this course What does it cover? The training session will allow participants to review and explore the following Relationships - meaning and value Conflict - a term of reference Perspectives - behaviour norms Growing up - stages and influences Triggers - silly wee things Anger Response Styles Resolution resources What do we expect from you? The cost of a course like this is significant therefore your commitment to attending, participating and contributing is a key requirement. As part of our funding criterion the SCCR are required to measure the influence and impact of your participation on your own personal development and your work with families, parents and young people. This will be done through end of session evaluation a follow up contact, normally at 3 month and 6 month timeframes. What can you expect from us? The SCCR will commit the dedicated resources to host and deliver the course. It will be delivered in a safe, informal environment conducive to the learning, to encourage as much shared learning, reflection and group discussion as possible. Networking with liked minded individuals and peer education, We are able to offer the course free of charge at point of access. Certificate of attendance Digital badge recognising learning and achievement  Important note – Once your place is confirmed and you find you cannot attend as a matter of professional curtesy please contact us ASAP so we can offer the place to another on the waiting list. For further information on this and all other SCCR training and events being held across Scotland, please contact our Event Organiser, Caroline Ross, on [email protected] or call 0131 475 2493.

Venue:
WG13
WG13, 13-15 West George Street, Kilmarnock, KA1 1DH Kilmarnock

When:
Wed, 24 Jul 2019 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Shakespeare's Macbeth by the Three Inch Fools


Returning to Dundonald Castle for a third year, the Three Inch Fools will be presenting Macbeth this summer! £36 Family (2 Adults 3 Kids)£14 Adult£8 Under 18'sFREE Under 10's Picnics from 6pm. Licensed wine/beer bar. Tickets can be purchased via Eventbrite or from the Visitor Centre (in person or over the phone). Five actors, with all manner of musical instruments, present an inventive take on Shakespeare’s infamous Scottish play, Macbeth. The Three Inch Fools are a five-strong troupe of actors, performing a highly imaginative and vibrantly musical take on Shakespeare's plays across the UK. The Fools do Shakespeare differently - a fast-paced, musically-driven style, using all sorts of different instruments, plenty of multi-roling and many a quick costume change along the way. Shakespeare’s infamous Scottish tale imaginatively retold by a troupe of five multi-roling, music-playing actors. This physically driven and vibrant performance will tell the story of witchcraft, prophecy, a dominant wife, and Macbeth’s unstoppable desire to become King of Scotland. All of this accompanied by an original folk inspired soundtrack. Website: threeinchfools.comTwitter: @threeinchfoolsFacebook: @threeinchfoolsInstagram: @threeinchfoolsYoutube: The Three Inch Fools (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCM3yrSC0aHn1UrxcyOx2lVw)     FAQS Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? Not to enter the event, but to enter the bar area and to purchase alcohol. Children will not be permitted in the enclosed bar area.   What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event? Our car park is small and will fill quickly, please car share, walk or use public transport where possible. Parking on the main street is available, although it can be busy on Friday evenings  Can I bring food and drink? Yes, we open for picnics from 6pm. Please ensure you help keep the castle and surronds clean by disposing of your rubbish in a bin or taking it home with you.  You can also purchase food and drinks from the visitor centre How can I contact the organiser with any questions? Contact us at [email protected] Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? Save on paper and show us your emailed receipt. What can I bring into the event?  It's outdoors, it's May, it's Scotland...that could mean any type of weather, so we have a 'plan b' in place in case the weather is very poor (like the thnderstorm of 2018). The performance in that case will move to the community hall in the village.  Otherwise, dress appropriately for the weather/temperature, please do not bring umbrellas as these can block other's views and therefore enjoyment.  Bring a campchair, blanket, cushion.      

Venue:
Dundonald Castle
Winehouse Yett Dundonald

When:
Fri, 26 Jul 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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