We will be opening The Café Hub exclusively to residents of the Partick and Thornwood community every Friday from 10am to 12pm from the first week in February (subject to COVID-19 requirements) for special Community Meetups. We would like to invite you to join us and to meet others for some cake, chat, and more.
Due to the uncertainty of the ever-changing COVID restrictions, we are currently unable to confirm that this event will be held as face-to-face sessions at the Hub Café, or as online sessions.
In the event that we do have to provide online sessions, we will publish a schedule showing the type of content we will offer on each of the ten days.
You can still register your interest in joining us at anytime up until 24-hours before the start time of the first event, but please bear in mind that it may be held online. You can, of course, change your mind at anytime, but please let us know if you do.
The following description applies only if the sessions are held face-to-face at the Hub
The Café Hub will provide refreshments and food while encouraging everyone to chat before and during weekly activities. Each week there will be an activity for guests to take part in if they want. The activities are suitable for all age groups and will include book readings/discussions, short language learning sessions, playing games, quizzes, arts & crafts, etc.
We would love for people to make suggestions for activities which we can prepare on their behalf if needed. This will enable them to demonstrate and share their skills to others. Perhaps you are a great at knitter or know Origami or another type of craft. Maybe someone writes poems or has special knowledge about a specific topic. Learning from and with each other with the assistance of our team will ensure everyone is well looked after, and feels included and welcome. Everyone is welcome – old and young, irrespective of background.
This event is fully funded by the Partick & Thornwood Ideas Fund 2020
and you will need to register for your preferred date in advance
. You can register for on session or for all ten.
In line with covid guidelines for our café (which we presume will be still in place at the beginning of next year), we will be limited to a maximum of 14 people/households (no more than two in one household) so two parties can share one table.