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Events on Saturday 21 September 2019

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Poster for Indoor Market
Foyer, Caithness House, Market Square, Wick

Come along and support local arts and crafts folk and local food producers..   ... [ Full Details ]

Poster for Coastline Boat Tours
Wick Harbour Marina

Join the Geo Explorer for an exciting tour of the East Caithness coastline.  Exploring caves, Whaligoe Haven, castles, geos, natural arches and much more.   ... [ Full Details ]

Macmillan Coffee Morning
Castletown Drill Hall

Come along and have a cuppa with home baking.  Bottle stall, parcel stall.   ... [ Full Details ]

Poster for Harvest Festival
Thurso Community Garden, Falconer Waters Court, Thurso

Come celebrate the first garden harvest with us.   Eat local food, enjoy family crafts and toasting marshmallows around the fire!.   ... [ Full Details ]

Poster for Ceilidh
Pentland Hotel, Thurso

We're having a ceilidh! The Flows to the Future Project is coming to an end at the end of October.   We would like to thank you for all your support with an evening of dancing to the fabulous Colin Donaldson Ceilidh Band.   ... [ Full Details ]

Pentland Hotel, Thurso

As the 'Flows to the Future Project nears its end, we are celebrating our achievements and hard work by hosting a Ceilidh at the Pentland Hotel in Thurso.   Join us for light refreshments, music and dancing.   ... [ Full Details ]

Prize Bingo
Harpers bar. Back Bridge Street, Wick

Prize bingo to raise funds for Thrumster primary school.  The money raised will fund essential items or opportunities for our children.   ... [ Full Details ]

Poster for GLASCHU
Lyth Arts Centre

Award-winning Gaelic singer Mary Ann Kennedy and guitarist Finlay Wells showcase their highly acclaimed album, ‘Glaschu’.   Inspired by Mary Ann’s home city of Glasgow, ‘Glaschu’ features songs and poetry celebrating city life past and present, from the city’s main artery – the River Clyde, to street-life and markets, social deprivation and religious tension, and traditional Scottish sport and play.   ... [ Full Details ]

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