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E102e - Dinosaur Hunt at West Highland Museum [LO]
18 October 2019
Starts: 10:00
Ends: 16:00

12 wee dinosaurs have escaped around the Museum! 

Help find them this October school holiday!

Let us know where they are hiding and claim your prize!

Free entry to the museum for dinosaur hunters. Special event for children.

West Highland Museum.  Phone 01397 702169
Email info@westhighlandmuseum.org.uk
www.westhighlandmuseum.org.uk


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E70f - Drop In Activities at Glencoe Folk Museum [LO]
18 October 2019
Starts: 10:00
Ends: 15:00

We’ll be running a series of fun activities for children all week. Check our social media pages nearer the time for full details. Entry to museum £3, children free. Wheelchair access. Special event for children.

Glencoe Folk Museum. Phone 01855 811664

Email curator@glencoemuseum.com

www.glencoemuseum.com

www.facebook.com/GlencoeFolkMuseum


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E74b - Wolf Brother: Mesolithic Menus and Much, Much More [IN]
18 October 2019
Starts: 10:00
Ends: 16:00

Join Torak’s team to take part in a series of survival skills and challenges in and around the Abriachan forest. You will live lightly on the planet - build shelters, cook over the campfire, make leather pouches and cordage. Meet at the Abriachan Forest Classroom. Note there will be different activities on the 17th and the 18th.

£. Special event for children ages 8+. Bring a packed lunch.

Bookings to:

Abriachan Forest Trust. Phone 01463 861236

Email abriachanforest@gmail.com

www.abriachan.org.uk


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E111b - Dingwall Walk 1 - Dingwall's Thousand Years
18 October 2019
Starts: 11:00
Ends: 12:00

Once more, as part of Dingwall’s very own Arts Festival Word on the Street, resident Walking Talker Jonathan McColl, one of  Dingwall’s clued-up historians, will guide you through the town on a specially prepared guided tour.

People and subjects covered range from the biggest town house built for a local landowner and showing the French influence of the pre-Revolutionary day, through the hundred-year-old memories of a hundred-year-old woman that take us back from the 21st Century to the 18th, and taking in Canada’s Hudson Bay Company and the North-West Passage to the Pacific, the Earls of Cromartie, the Stevenson family lighthouses and the Viking settlements in the area before and during the life of Macbeth.

Meet on the High Street outside Renato's. Free, donations welcome. Part of the Word on the Street Festival.

This walk will be offered on Thursday 17th, Friday 18th and Saturday 20th.


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E112b - Dingwall Walk 2: The Road to the Castle [RC]
18 October 2019
Starts: 13:30
Ends: 14:30

Once more, as part of Dingwall’s very own Arts Festival Word on the Street, resident Walking Talker Jonathan McColl, one of  Dingwall’s clued-up historians, will guide you through the town on a specially prepared guided tour.

We look at the oldest roads in Dingwall, Viking trade and settlement, Major General Sir Hector MacDonald, Scotland’s church history, and the Earls of Ross with their possession of the largest stronghold in Scotland north of Stirling, and bring in Aleister Crowley, Victorian African exploration, early wireless, Dingwall’s own privateer and even the Black Death!

Meet at Castlebank House, opposite the National Hotel.  Free, donations welcome. Part of the Word on the Street Festival.

This walk will be offered on Thursday 17th, Friday 18th and Saturday 19th.


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E92 - Highland Heritage Archives [IN]
18 October 2019
Starts: 14:00
Ends: 16:00

The Highland Archive Centre in Inverness will host a display of archives relating to the history and development of the Highlands. Historic documents telling the story of some of the Highlands' churches, schools, businesses and families will be on display, along with a variety of family trees and other information.

Free/donations welcome. Wheelchair access. Children with adults welcome.

Highland Archive Centre (High Life Highland). Phone 01349 781130

Email archives@highlifehighland.com

www.highlifehighland.com/highland-archive-centre


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E91 - Highland Artefacts [IN]
18 October 2019
Starts: 14:00
Ends: 16:00

Workshop leaders at ARCH’s Experimental Archaeology project made a variety of objects, and have donated them for loans boxes. Come and handle prehistoric to modern artefacts and replicas, and hear stories of their manufacture and use.

Free/donations welcome. Wheelchair accessible. Children with adults welcome.

ARCH & Culloden Library (High Life Highland). Phone 077888 35466

Email info@archhighland.org.uk

www.archhighland.org.uk

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