Banffshire Coast Event Guide
September 2014 Events
A special exhibition presenting information about Portsoy during the First World War: it includes information about the outbreak of the war, Portsoy's soldiers, sailors and airmen, the Homefront and the end of the war.
There is also a programme of talks and films: details can be found on www.salmonbothy.org.uk.
Come and join the Bothy Knitters - suitable for any level from beginners to advanced - from 10.00 to 12.00.
Learn new techniques and take a sneaky peak at some of the projects coming up for the group.
Join this informal get together, share thoughts, ideas and a blether.
Come and join us for folk music, story telling, poetry and a delicious cup of coffee.
Join in or just relax and enjoy the vibes.
Banff Cinema hosts: Planes 2: Fire and Rescue (U) at 17.30; then Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (12A) at 19.30.
Tickets available from Strachan Pharmacy in Banff or Turriff.
Come along - bring a friend, bring an instrument, bring your voice, bring a bottle!
We open the doors at 7:00pm and look to start by 7:30pm. Don't forget the raffle!
Market Day in the Heart of Aberdeenshire
From its historic origins, Turriff is once again The Market Town at the heart of rural Aberdeenshire.
Farmers Market, Arts, Crafts and Entertainment make Turra Market the destination of choice every 3rd Saturday of the month.
A great family day out.
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Jolomo, one of Scotland’s most popular artists, presents a major exhibition of new paintings which compare and contrast the light of the North-east with the light of the West Coast. John, who is based in Argyll, has painted the West Coast for more than 40 years, but painted the North-east for the first time in 2007.
He has created an exhibition which celebrates the light and colours of both Scotland’s coasts, from the beaches and crofts of Islay and Harris to the lighthouses of Rattray Head and Buchan Ness and the villages of Crovie and Pennan.
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