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Museum Book Group

Thursday 29th February

In Person: 3.30pm - 4.30pm

Online: 7.30pm - 8.30pm

Our current Museum Book Group read is Study for Obedience  by Sarah Bernstein. If you would like to read along and join our friendly and informal group (with both an online and an in-person option for participation) please get in touch to let us know. The group is free to attend, donations to cover tea and coffee costs are welcomed. 

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EXHIBITION PREVIEW

Friday 1st March

7pm - 8pm

We are delighted to have Sadie Paige and Celia Garbutt exhibiting with us this March and April. 

 

We hope you can come along and help celebrate and launch the first exhibitions of 2024 with us at Gairloch Museum. 

Romance by Celia Garbutt

Hello Sweet Cheeks! by Sadie Paige

Ceilidh House Get-Together 

Monday 4th March, 7 - 9pm

Suggested donation £2

Anyone can come along to participate or just enjoy the atmosphere. Take a turn singing, playing music, reading some poetry or prose, telling a story – all artforms welcome! Bring musical instruments if you have them and if you are a knitter, stitcher, weaver, or have another craft you would like to work away at during the evening, bring it along with you too. Doors open from 6.30pm. We depend on donations from those attending to run these sessions.

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If you would like to come along, drop in on the night or email if you would like to know more.  Future dates are Monday 22nd January and Monday 5th February. 

MUSEUM TALK:

The Campaign for Women's Suffrage in the Highlands

Dr Susan Kruse

Wednesday 13th March, 7pm

Tickets £3

A timely talk coming soon after this year's International Women's Day, Dr Susan Kruse looks at the courageous women and men who campaigned and eventually won the vote for women. Based on community research sessions held over the past few years, Susan will explore some of the issues and people involved.

Dr. Susan Kruse recently retired as the Learning and Engagement Manager at ARCH, which she co-founded in 2009 after a number of years as tutor with the Workers’ Educational Association (WEA). She has led many projects investigating Highland archaeology and heritage,  and is a passionate supporter of community involvement. She is currently working on a book on the campaign for women’s suffrage in the Highlands. In 2018 Susan was awarded an MBE for services to community archaeology in the Highlands.

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Tickets for this event can either be booked online, via Art Tickets, using the link below or can be bought at the Museum.

Whatever the Weather Wednesdays

6th, 13th, 20th & 27th March
10.30am – 3pm

Donations welcome

 

In the morning, our session uses Museum objects and other inspiration to aid discussion. Enjoy a sociable lunch by either bringing a packed lunch or buying lunch in the café. In the afternoon, we play bingo and other group games. All our activities are accessible and dementia friendly. If you need help with transport please get in touch.

 

With thanks to GAMS and the Scottish Government Communities Mental Health and Wellbeing Fund for their support.

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Gairloch and District Winter Pub Quiz Challenge 

Saturday 16th March

Grand Finale  Pub Quiz

In the Old Inn

 

Doors open 7pm, Quiz starts 7.30

 

Teams of four particularly welcome, or just come long on the evening and we’ll find you a table.

 

Magnificent Prizes and Raffles

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