30 November - 6 December 2020
Christmas Arts & Crafts Fair
10am - 5pm
Showcasing a select range of arts and crafts, Christmas gifts and decorations, by Scottish artists and crafts people. We will be presenting new artists and crafters this year, in addition to returning favourites from last year. Mince pies & hot chocolate available.
Duke Christie - woodworking
Andy Wilson - drawings and photography
Jackie Hichens - paintings and homewares
Alan Baillie - jewellery
Lucy Brydon - prints & jewellery
Nicola Seal - ceramics
Jane Hope - photography
Dan Cottam - paintings
Just Herbal Teas - teas & gift bags
Janet Taylor - bags & scarves
Eco Soaps - skincare
Ian Grant - wood sculpture
Scott Sangster - furniture & wood art
Carine Eunson - prints & homewares
Jack Spowart - illustrations
Bryan Angus - prints
Helen Avenell - homewares & children's wear
Lynn Robinson - cards, prints & jewellery
Jan Holm - photography & cards
Wickyd Gypsy - candles
Sally Dudleston - decorations & gifts
Scott Sangster - furniture & wood sculpture
Social distancing, mask wearing and hand sanitising will be required.
Saturday 13 March 2021
Blues Guitarist - "Claude Bourbon"
7pm at the museum (doors 6.30pm)
A breathtaking acoustic fusion of blues, jazz, folk, classical and Spanish guitar from a stunning guitar virtuoso…”Altadena News, USA”
Claude Bourbon is an enigma, he is a classically trained musician, who fuses every conceivable genre of acoustic guitar music into a master-class of a stage performance. There are Latin, Spanish, Gypsy, Jazz and Delta Blues influences throughout, and often within one seamless stream of perfection.
Friday 14 May 2021
Folk Concert - 7pm
Doors 6.30pm - Tickets £12
The museum is proud to present the folk singer and songwriter Sarah McQuaid. Her award-winning musicianship, distinctive chocolatey vocals and mastery of the songwriting craft have led reviewers to describe Sarah McQuaid as a “triple threat”. Add to that a warm, charismatic stage presence, five critically acclaimed solo albums and a battery of instruments including acoustic and electric guitars, drum and piano — and you’ve got a one-woman powerhouse who defies categorisation because there simply isn’t anyone else out there quite like her. Not to be missed!
Sunday 16 May 2021
Folk Concert - 7pm
The museum is proud to present one of Scotland's finest fiddle players. Charlie McKerron has been a major figure in the traditional music scene since the early 1980’s and is internationally regarded as one of Scotland's finest fiddlers.
Sunday 23 May 2021
Fundraising Nature Walk
Meet at the museum 10am
Then we will car pool to the starting point near Boat of Garten. The walk is approx 7km and loops past Loch Garten and Loch Mallachie.
Please bring a packed lunch, and suitable clothing and footwear - dogs are welcome (on leads).
Should take around 1hr 45 mins, then back to the museum for tea and biscuits.
Suggested donation £10