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
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
01479 851353
13 NOV  

The Greyfriars Club: Tombola

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


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.
Pauline Ross, Secretary

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)
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.

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
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.
Hopeman Primary School Parent Council