LAIRG Mart. Lairg Hill North Country Cheviot Sheep Show, Saturday, November 8. Advert on page 8.
TONGUE Village Hall. Zumba, Tuesday evenings, October 7 and 14.
Kyle Centre. “Step it up Highland Tongue and Bettyhill Walking Group” meet every Wednesday at 2.00pm. For more information, call Ruth on 01847 611327.
LOCHINVER Village Hall. Craft Fayre, tomorrow (Friday, October 3).
Glencanisp Lodge. Còmhlan Gàidhlig Asainte: Gaelic Adult Learners’ Weekend, Saturday, November 15, and Sunday, November 16. Advert on page 4.
BETTYHILL Village Hall. Martial Arts Class, Wednesdays.
Village Hall. Bowls, Thursdays.
MELNESS Community Centre. History Talk by Dr Annie Tindley: “A Communist and Revolutionary People? — Landlordism and Tongue in the late 19th Century”, Saturday, October 4, at 7.00pm.
Community Centre. Ceilidh with Donnie MacDougall, Alasdair Mearns and Local Artistes, Saturday, October 4. Follows History Talk (above).
Community Centre. Badminton, Mondays, 7.30-10.00pm.
DURNESS Village Hall. Health Hub Taster Day, Wednesday, November 8.
Village Hall. Zumba, Wednesdays, at 7.00pm.
BORGIE Forest Cabin. Northlands Creative Glass Waymarker Project, suitable for children of 5 years and over. Under 7s must be accompanied by an adult. Saturday October 11 and Sunday October 12, 10.30am-4.00pm.
INVERNESS Eden Court (One Touch Theatre). Mike Vass: “In the Wake of Neil Gunn”. In 1937 Neil Gunn sold his house, quit his job and went off in an old converted lifeboat for a summer to inspire his writing; voyaging around the west coast of Scotland. He wrote about the places he visited in his book “Off in a Boat”. “In the wake of Neil Gunn” is a traditional arts commission that sees fiddler Mike Vass create a new suite inspired by his own voyage in May 2014, mirroring Gunn’s 1937 odyssey. The music celebrates Scotland’s coastal communities, the inspirational joy of sailing, and Neil Gunn’s outstanding contribution to Scottish literature. He will be joined by the Cairn String Quartet, Innes Watson, Hamish Napier and others. Wednesday, October 8, at 8.00pm.







To add to the list, e-mail whatson@bratach.co.uk or telephone Morag MacLeod at any reasonable hour (01641 561214).

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