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28th August 2013

What’s On At Caithness Horizons: September 2013

Cafe Exhibitions

Mary Edmonson
September 2013
This exhibition contains paintings by local artist Mary Edmonson of the Caithness landscape and the wildlife found within the landscape.

Special Events

Caithness Astronomy Group Open Day
Saturday 31st August
1.30-4pm
Come along and find out more about the universe we live in and about the activities of Caithness Astronomy Group.
FREE ADMISSION

“A Mountain In My Hand”
Magic Lantern Show & Informal Talk For Adults
6th September
7-9pm
For Livingstone’s bicentenary this year Author and Storyteller Ewan McVicar is touring a “Livingstone’s Magic Lantern” show around Scotland.

The show will investigate links between Livingstone and Thurso baker and botanist Robert Dick. It will be followed by an informal non-expert investigation of aspects of local geology, involving handling geological specimens and fossils.
This is a FREE event but places are limited so pre-booking is essential.
To book your place please contact Caithness Horizons on 01847 896508 or e-mail info[AT]caithnesshorizons.co.uk


The Big Craft Giveaway
14th September
1-3pm
Caithness Horizons is one of the venues across Scotland taking part in the Big Craft Giveaway. Come and join us at a FREE drop in session on Saturday 14th September and help us to create ceramic seed pods and the leaves of Scottish plants with ceramicist Lorna Fraser.

The Big Craft Giveaway
21st September
1-3pm
Join us on Saturday 21st September when the craft objects, made at Caithness Horizons by community groups working with ceramicist Lorna Fraser, will be given away to inspire people to enjoy craft.
Visit www.bigcraftgiveaway.org for more information.

 

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