DIARY OF EVENTS

 

13 NOV  

Turriff & District U3A Family History

10.15am - 11.45am, Turriff Library

All welcome
13 NOV  

Elgin Community Council monthly meeting

7pm to 9pm, Council Chamber, Council HQ, High Street, Elgin

Speaker: Pam Gowans, Chief Officer, Health & Social Care Moray. All welcome
Contact:
Patsy Gowans
07497 111510

13 NOV  

Inverallan Social Dancing

7.30pm - 10pm, Inverallan Church Hall, Grantown on Spey

£4 per person (incl tea & biscuits)

All welcome
Contact:
01479 851353
13 NOV  

The Greyfriars Club: Tombola

Doors open 6.30pm, eyes down 7.30pm, Elgin Town Hall

£1.50

Fundraiser for Greyfriars Club
14 NOV  

Nairn U3A Talk on The Great War in the Wee Country, 1914-18

1.45pm for 2.00pm., Nairn Community & Arts Centre, King Street, Nairn IV12 4BQ

£2 members, £4 non-members. Refreshments

45 minute talk on the local effects of FWW by Norman Newton, U3A member and historian, with time for questions and chat.
Contact:
Pauline Ross, Secretary
01667-453537

http://u3asites.org.uk/nairn/home
14 NOV  

The Highland Rock Garden Club: Botanical Travels in Wild Places

7.30pm, Nairn Community & Arts Centre

£4 (incl refreshments)

Speaker - Willie Campbell (Scottish Rhododendron Society)
Contact:
John Owen
01320 366246
14 NOV  

Elgin Writers' Group: Romantic Short Story Competition

7.30pm - 9.30pm, Elgin Library

Readings & results
14 NOV  

Brilliance performed by the Farnham Maltings

7.30pm, New Deer Public Hall, Fordyce Terrace, New Deer

Adult - £10, Conc - £9 (OAP, Disability

Suitable for ages 10+. Tickets from The Pharmacy (01771 644217) or from Food for Thought, New Deer (01771 644366)
14 NOV  

Newtonmore & District Floral Art Club

7.30pm - 9.30pm, St Brides Church Hall, Newtonmore

Floral art demonstration open to visitors.
Contact:

15 NOV  

CLAN Coffee Morning

10.30am - 12pm, The Clan Cancer Support Centre, 227 High Street, Elgin

Open to anyone affected by cancer with information & support available. Guest speakers. All welcome
Contact:
01343 544132
15 NOV  

The Arts Society Highland: Food & Art through the Ages

2.15pm, The Free Church Hall, Smithton, Inverness

Suggested donation for Guests/Visitors i

Speaker - Tasha Marker. The history of food as an artistic medium. Tea, coffee & biscuits after the lecture
15 NOV  

Hopeman Primary School Christmas Market

6pm - 8pm, Hopeman Primary School

£2.50 / £1

Start your shopping early at our annual event - more than 30 stalls of local crafts. Refreshments and a raffle.
Contact:
Hopeman Primary School Parent Council
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