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A Light In The North - A Neil Gunn Celebration

1st November 2005

A Celebration Of The Work Of Neil Gunn in the Dunbeath Heritage Centre.

Friday 4 November 2005
7.00pm - Wine Reception
7.45pm - George Gunn with Dunbeath and Lybster Primary Schools Performance
8.45pm - Ian Stephen - Story Teller


Saturday 5 November 2005
10.00am - Diarmid Gunn (The authors nephew) introduces:
Dr Margery McCulloch - "Neil Gunn Re-visited"
Tom Bryan - "Neil Gunn Now"
Followed by George Gunn "Butcher's Broom Schools Project 2007"
Lunch 3
2.00pm - 4.00pm
"Butcher's Broom" & "The Key Of The chest"
then Neil Gunn Reading Group led by Christine Russell


Saturday Evening
8.00pm - Evening Celidh in Inver Arms & Sea Stories with Ian Stephen

 

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