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.
20th & 21st December 2013, Scottish Borders:
A decadent Festive Celebration organised be Lee Marcey Events.
13th - 21st December 2013, Lanarkshire:
Welcome to the best Christmas Party Nights in town featuring one of Scotland’s best live bands, Big Vern and the Shootahs.
31st December 2013, Inverclyde:
Join us for our “Nearly New Year Hogmanay Show” starring Alan Beck (Caledon) and his wife, the fabulous Polly Kirwan Beck.
31st December 2013, Glasgow:
Ashton Lane is a flurry of festive lights, live entertainment and fantastic food and drink this New Year.
Queen’s Park Farmers’ Market is a great day out that brings a little piece of rural Scotland to the South Side of Glasgow.
Mansfield Park Farmers’ Market is a great day out that brings a little piece of rural Scotland to the West End of Glasgow.
18th January 2014, Glasgow:
"One mans trash is another mans treasure.
25th January 2014, Scottish Borders:
Talented Hawick High School pupils commandeer the auditorium for the fourth concert in the Hawick Music Live season.
28th January 2014, Lerwick
Held on the last Tuesday in January every year, this traditional Viking fire festival features a torch-lit parade, the burning of a replica galley, plus dancing and singing until dawn.
10th April 2014, Dundee:
An adventure tale for all the family, Kidnapped tells the story of Davie Balfour as he survives shipwreck and murder to dramatically escape to the Highlands of Scotland.