Community events in Scotland - what’s on
Community spirit is strong in Scotland. Towns and villages all over the country take great pride in the events they host – as a celebration of friendship and true Scottish traditions.
12th March 2014, Dundeee:
The European Movement in Scotland is putting on a panel discussion at the University of Dundee entitled: “Scotland and the EU - why should we care?”.
14th March 2014, Ayr:
Join us for a fabulous evening of music, drama, dance, laughter and song, presented throughout by our two dynamic hosts – Fraser Boyle and Chris Taylor.
15th March 2014, Aviemore:
Enjoy a packed line-up from local dance groups from across the Badenoch & Strathspey.
15th March 2014, Glasgow:
The Festival in conjunction with Tourism Ireland presents a day of family celebration with music, song and dance.
1st - 16th March 2014, Falkirk:
With a whole host of community-based events, plus programmes for schools and adults, the Grangemouth and Falkirk District Science Festival 2014 has something for everyone.
15th & 16th March 2014, Inverness:
Etching Weekend Class (Beginner/Refresher).
19th March 2014, Ayrshire:
Open Meeting to find out about starting a self-help/support group for anxiety and depression.
21st March 2014, Aberdeen:
Come along and warm up a winter evening with some traditional Scottish dancing to one of the North-east’s most exciting ceilidh bands.
23rd March 2014, Perthshire:
Choose either a 6K or 11K sponsored walk along the stunning Heritage Trail around Loch Leven National Nature Reserve.
23rd March 2014, Lanarkshire:
If you’re thinking about getting married, then come along to Lanark Memorial Hall’s Wedding Fayre to look around our fabulous newly refurbished wedding venue and gather inspiration for your big day.