Stonehouse Creative Walk
Join artists Kate McAllan and Martyn McKenzie on their free outdoor arts workshop, Sunday 5th March between 12 - 3pm and explore watercolour, reflective writing and trail collecting.
As part of the Make Your Way Project, this free workshop, invites you to explore paths and trails from Stonehouse Memorial Park near the river, offering the chance to produce a collection of artworks that will be contained in your own personal journey box.
All abilities are welcome and materials will be supplied. The workshop will entail mild walking terrain so appropriate footwear and clothing is advised. The walk itself is only over a mile from the Cafe and most of the time will be spent painting or writing. We will be meeting at the Stanehoose Cross Cafe at 12pm then make our way to the Alexander Hamilton Memorial Park.
It is always useful to get an idea of numbers by letting us know in advance if you are planning to come along, but also feel free to turn up on the day.
Make Your Way is a new project encouraging local people to walk and cycle more whilst exploring the rich heritage of their local area. The project is focussed on the communities of Larkhall, Lanark, Carluke, Stonehouse and Glassford, and includes multiple ways for people to get involved, including activities like Dorodango mud ball challenges, walks with periscopes, art workshops, creative place name activities and creating new art installations to mark certain walking routes.
If you would like to get involved in any of the events, or have information you would like to share about your area then get in touch with the Make Your Way team via firstname.lastname@example.org