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  • Old Town Street Food Festival at The Three Sisters
  • Edinburgh Schools Jazz Orchestra in St Andrew Square
  • Female Academics get on their Soapbox for Science 
  • Inverleith Park Outdoor Fitness Equipment
  • Warriston Road planning

The Three Sisters pub on Cowgate will once again host an afternoon of street food, craft beer and music as part of the Old Town Street Food Festival. The festival will take place from midday in their courtyard and will place a heavy emphasis on vegetarian and vegan food. The food will be presented by a mix of local restaurants and suppliers- including Tuk Tuk and Hendersons- as well as by the Three Sisters themselves, who will serve homemade pizzas from their log-fired oven. Music will be provided by local DJs.
12pm-late, event page here 

The Edinburgh Jazz and Blues festival kicks off its last day with a showcase of local youth talent in the form of the Edinburgh Schools Jazz Orchestra. The group will be performing big band classics from 12:30 in the Spiegeltent venue in St Andrew Square. Head down to catch the possible festival headliners of the future.
12:30-13:00 tickets here 

SoapBox Science, a public outreach organisation who seek to promote female voices in the realms of science and academia, are putting on a free public speaking event at the Galleries Precinct of the Mound Sunday afternoon.

The event will feature speakers from Scotland’s top universities giving passionate and accessible soapbox lectures on topics as wide-ranging as cancer medicines, quantum mechanics, environmental science and geology, as well as fielding questions from interested passers-by.
12pm-3pm, free, event page here 

This weekend! Don’t forget to visit Inverleith Park on Sunday 24th July for the launch of the sparkling new outdoor fitness equipment aimed specifically at older people! Seize a senior, kids and get a free gift

A ‘Proposal of Application Notice’ PAN has been lodged for a development on Warriston Road (former B&Q) including details of community consultation opportunities

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