DIARY OF EVENTS

 

3 OCT  

Nairn U3A Talk "Farewell to Britian's Africian Empire" by Callum Christie

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 history of the British Empire in Africa by Callum Christie, U3A member and historian.
Contact:
Pauline Ross, Secretary
01667-453537

https://u3asites.org.uk/nairn/home
3 OCT  

Sweet Adeline Women's Barbershop Singing by Alice Morrison.

1400, St. Ninian's Hall, Culduthel Road, Inverness.

A talk on the history and activities of Sweet Adeline.
Contact:
Richard Baxter
01463571372

4 OCT  

Bookbug Sessions

10am, Forres Library

Free

Songs, rhymes & stories
4 OCT  

Nairn & District Gardening Club: "The Living Art of Bonsai"

7.30pm, Nairn Community & Arts Centre

Speaker - Harry Nicholls
4 OCT  

Elgin Library Afternoon Reading Group

2.30pm - 3.30pm, Elgin Library

All welcome
4 OCT  

Have a go with Lego

3.30pm - 5pm, Huntly Library

All welcome
4 OCT  

CLAN Cancer Drop Ins

10am - 4pm, Turriff Library

All welcome
4 OCT  

NBF: The Dark Stuff; Stories from the Peatlands

2pm, Inverness Town House

Poet & author Donald S. Murray explores the extraordinary effect living close to moors has had on him & others.
Contact:
01463 234234
4 OCT  

NBF: Larchfield

5pm, Waterstones, Eastgate Shopping Centre, Inverness

Novelist Polly Clark on her debut novel
4 OCT  

NBF: What is Passed Down & WHat is Lost between the Cracks

7.30pm, Inverness Town House

Malachy Tallack's Shetland novel, "The Valley at the Centre of the World"
4 OCT  

M Forster Heddle - minerologist and mountaineer

7.30pm, Elgin Museum Hall, 1 High Street, Elgin

£3, £2 for Moray Society members, £1.50

A talk by Hamish Johnston, descendent and author
Contact:
Janet Trythall
01343543675

http://www.elginmuseum.org.uk
4 OCT  

REAP's Harvest Festival

1pm - 3pm, Maryhill Medical Practice

Free

Join us at Maryhill Medical Practice on Thurs 4th October. Lots to see and do and its all FREE!! All ages welcome.
Contact:
REAP
01542888070

http://www.reapscotland.org.uk