DIARY OF EVENTS

 

20 FEB  

Inverness Field Club: Sugar, Slavery & the North Highlands Before 1707

7.30pm, The Lecture Theatre, UHI Inverness Campus

Speaker - David Worthington, Director, UHI Centre for History
20 FEB  

Live Music with Tweed

9pm, Winky's Bothy Bar, Grampian Road, Aviemore

Free

All welcome
21 FEB  

CLAN Cancer Drop Ins with Coffee

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

Free

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

Why Feather Trumps Fur

8.30pm, The Grant Arms Hotel, The Square, Grantown on Spey

Speaker - Mike Dilger on why birds are at the top of his 'must see' list.
21 FEB  

Johnny Foxes

10pm, Johnny Foxes, Inverness

All welcome
22 FEB  

Scottish Rock Garden Club (Moray Group): The Dolomites

7.30pm, New Elgin Hall Annex, Land Street, New Elgin

Speaker - Andrew Fraser
Contact:
Alan Souter (Convener) or Amanda Willox (Sec)
013440 871504 or 07787 289372
22 FEB  

The Inverness Battle of the Bands: Semi Final

TBC, Tooth & Claw, Inverness

21 acts ranging from Rock to Hip-Hop to acoustic to Metal
22 FEB  

Nairn Literary Institute: A Very Scottish Admiral; "Loup de Mer"

7.30pm, Nairn Free Church, Gordon Street, Nairn

Speaker - John Hart
22 FEB  

Live music with Scott MacDonald

9pm, Winky's Bothy Bar, Grampian Road, Aviemore

Free

All welcome
22 FEB  

Mary Magdalene (Film)

7.30pm, Universal Hall, Findhorn, The Park, Forres, Moray, IV36 3TZ

£5 on door

In the Holy Land Mary must confront the reality of Jesus’ destiny and her own place within it. (Screened with subtitles)
Contact:
Universal Hall Promotions
01309 691170 (enquiries only)

http://www.universalhall.co.uk
22 FEB  

Where 2 Today Monthly Ceilidh/Music Afternoon

2pm - 4pm, Grantown Legion

£2.50

All welcome to our Ceilidh/Afternoon Tea Dance, held on the last Friday of every month (none in December).
Contact:
Ros Munro
01479 810004

http://www.ct4u.co.uk
23 FEB  

Mother's Ruin

10pm, Johnny Foxes, Inverness

All welcome