Mud Pies on Monday mornings

Calling all 2 to 5 year olds - come and discover nature and play and explore outdoors!
Mud Pies runs weekly outdoor classes for nursery-aged children and their adults - yes, even in the winter too.
Come along to this 5 week course and have fun squelching in mud, playing hide and seek, making things from nature, drinking hot chocolate and lots more!
Mondays 8 January to 5 February - 5 weeks
10am to 11.30am

Mud Pies on Monday afternoons

Calling all 2 to 5 year olds - come and discover nature and play and explore outdoors!
Mud Pies runs weekly outdoor classes for nursery-aged children and their adults - yes, even in the winter too.
Come along to this 5 week course and have fun squelching in mud, playing hide and seek, making things from nature, drinking hot chocolate and lots more!
Mondays 8 January to 5 February - 5 weeks
1pm to 2.30pm

Mud Pies on Thursday mornings

Calling all 2 to 5 year olds - come and discover nature and play and explore outdoors!
Mud Pies runs weekly outdoor classes for nursery-aged children and their adults - yes, even in the winter too.
Come along to this 5 week course and have fun squelching in mud, playing hide and seek, making things from nature, drinking hot chocolate and lots more!
Thursdays 11 January to 15 February - 6 weeks
10am to 11.30am

Business Boosters - Does Your Organisation have the Right Behaviours, Values and Attributes?

ABS invites you to attend our presentation. We are certified Consultants who have advanced accreditation in ADV PROFILING, which is an International brand. We offer a unique Profiling solution to drive organisational improvements for our Clients, supporting their business growth and realignment.

As Leading Business Support specialists ‘ABS’ wants to help ensure ambitious companies have the right behaviours, values and attributes in their businesses.

Cafe Scientifique - Which Mammals live in NE Scotland

An informal way to engage with the latest topics in science.

A standing army of citizen scientists helped create the recently published "Mammal Atlas for North East Scotland and the Cairngorms". Hear fascinating stories about the area’s amazing mammals, including red squirrel recovery, the eastward march of pine martens, and a new bat species for the area.

Speaker: Dr Annie Robinson, School of Biological Sciences, University of Aberdeen and Nick Littlewood, lead editor, Mammal Atlas of North-East Scotland and the Cairngorms

Jakim Cudem, The Melting Pot Collective, Rebecca Dunn @ The Lemon Tree

This event is part of the Polish-Scottish Mini Festival - Celebrating 25 Years of Polish Association Aberdeen.

Jakim Cudem www.facebook.com/JakimCudem , an explosive mix of Polish folk, jazz arrangements and electronic power and will be supported by The Melting Pot Collective www.facebook.com/TMPCollective - a band of multicultural fusion, diverse and dynamic. They bring people together from all different cultures and backgrounds.