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Monday 27 Mar 2017

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Elite Football Coaching

Monday 27 Mar 2017
5-6pm / 1 hour

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Mearns Community Campus

Aberdeen Road

Laurencekirk

AB30 1JZ

T: 07500005680


Elite Football Coaching are running two FREE sessions at Mearns Community Campus in Laurencekirk. These sessions are for boys and girls aged 5 - 16 years old. Email elite-football@hotmail.com to book. Limited spaces available!

Prices: These sessions are FREE

Contact: Andy Butler

E: elite-football@hotmail.com

W: www.elitefootball-coaching.co.uk

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The Square, Huntly, AB54 8BR, Huntly , Aberdeenshire, United Kingdom

Huntly


Come along and join my Scottish Slimmer class at The Huntly Library every Monday\, weigh in from 5pm-5.30pm followed by a chat 5.30pm-5.45pm Can't wait too see you all there ..... For a lighter\,healthier\, happier future! Find me on my Facebook page at Emma Bleakley Scottish Slimmer Classes\, don't hesitate to message me if you would like more info! Joining fee £9.95 Weekly Fee £5.95

W: http://www.visithuntly.net/event/scottish-slimmer-classes/2017-03-27/

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Baby Sensory Classes

Monday 27 Mar 2017

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Church Street, Huntly, Aberdeenshire, United Kingdom

Huntly


Baby Sensory is a learning and developmental programme for babies from birth to 13 months. The classes will introduce your baby to a world of sensory delights\, where the two of you can relax\, have fun and share some truly special times. As classes are suitable from birth\, it’s also a great way of making new friends\, helping to create a structure in your exciting new life. Ours is a magical world\, full of glowing balls\, light shows\, puppets\, bubbles\, rainbows\, massage\, signing and songs\, with different activities introduced each week. What makes our multi-award winning programme so special is that every element is carefully designed with your baby’s development in mind. Sharing developmental information is really important to us\, explaining what we’re doing and why. Soon after birth\, the brain starts creating two million new connections every second\, so we love helping you make the most of this amazing time in your baby’s life. Visit http://www.babysensory.com/en/classdetails/aberdeen_north to book your place.

W: http://www.visithuntly.net/event/baby-sensory-classes/2017-03-27/

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Wild Weed Floristry

Monday 27 Mar 2017

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Brander Building, The Square, Huntly, Aberdeenshire, ab54 8br, United Kingdom

Huntly


Bring Your Own Greens! Florist Alison Bolger will be here to help with some seasonal floristry. Please bring lots of weeds\, flowers and foliage. Tickets: £5. Booking Essential

W: http://www.visithuntly.net/event/wild-weed-floristry/

Wednesday 29 Mar 2017

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Torphins Market

Wednesday 29 Mar 2017
Held every Wednesday from 10am to 2pm throughout the year, no matter the weather!

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Torphins Market

22 Station Road

Torphins

AB31 4JF

T: 0@339 882807


Scotland's only weekly outdoor market that runs throughout the year. Fantastic local homemade, home grown produce. The market is very proud to support the local community and businesses in the area, bringing visitors from far and wide!

Prices: Free entry

Contact: Emma Pattullo

E: emma@platform22.co.uk

W: http://www.facebook.com/pages/platform22/

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Torphins Market

Wednesday 29 Mar 2017
Held every Wednesday from 10am to 2pm throughout the year, no matter the weather!

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Contact: Emma Pattullo

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King St,, HUNTLY, Aberdeenshire, AB54 8HP, United Kingdom

Huntly


A weekly self-referral "Easy" exercise class for people with health-related mobility issues. l

W: http://www.visithuntly.net/event/gcra-exercise-for-life-class/2017-03-29/

Thursday 30 Mar 2017

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40 South Street, Aberchirder, Aberdeenshire, AB54 7TS, United Kingdom

Huntly


Come and linedance to old and new music and make new friends. All levels of dancers and non-dancers welcome.

W: http://www.visithuntly.net/event/linedance-social-evening-2/2017-03-30/

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Gartly, Huntly, Aberdeenshire, United Kingdom

Huntly


Drop-in session for musicians and listeners.

W: http://www.visithuntly.net/event/tin-hut-sessions/2017-03-30/

Friday 31 Mar 2017

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Meet the Artist

Friday 31 Mar 2017
2 - 4pm

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The Butterworth Gallery

Ballogie

AB34 5DP

T: 013398 86104


"Meet the artist” Enjoy a friendly informal catch up with Howard Butterworth, well known Royal Deeside artist at the family gallery. The Butterworth Gallery is in Ballogie, 2 miles from Potarch Cafe & Restaurant & 4miles from Finzean Farm shop. On the B976 South Deeside Road.

Prices: Free

Contact: sarah harker

E: sarah@butterworthpaintings.co.uk

W: https://thebutterworthgallery.com/

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Brander Building, The Square, Huntly, Aberdeenshire, ab54 8br, United Kingdom

Huntly


With Vera Tamari As part of our programme of Skype talks from those who will never be able to visit Deveron Projects\, due to political\, social or mobility restrictions\, Vera Tamari joins us to talk about her career in the arts\, spanning 45 years. 23 of these years were spent teaching Islamic Art and Architecture at Birzeit University\, in Palestine\, where she was born and raised. Vera established Birzeit University Museum\, a thriving cultural space in Palestine\, and the Virtual Gallery\, an interactive website for Palestinian Art. Originally training in ceramics\, Vera boasts a successful career in art history\, education\, curation and activism. 'The motivation in my personal art work as artist from the simplest wheel thrown pot\, to the most sophisticated conceptual work\, as manifested in “Going for a Ride?” (an art installation of cars crushed by the Israeli tanks in their incursion into Ramallah in 2002)' All welcome for lunch\, talk and discussion. Suggested Donation: £2

W: http://www.visithuntly.net/event/friday-lunch-art-curation-palestine/

Saturday 01 Apr 2017

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Huntly Farmers' Market

Saturday 01 Apr 2017

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Huntly Square, Huntly, Aberdeenshire, AB54,, United Kingdom

Huntly


Up to 20 stalls selling a wide range of produce - all locally grown\, reared\, caught or made. 9am - 1pm on the 1st Saturday each month.

W: http://www.visithuntly.net/event/huntly-farmers-market-3/2017-04-01/

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Old Blind Dogs

Saturday 01 Apr 2017
8pm-10pm

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Burn o Bennie

Banchory

AB31 5QA

T: +441330826520


Old Blind Dogs release their long awaited new album in 2017 and are delighted to play at the Barn, their ‘spiritual home’, as the first date on their album launch tour. With Jonny Hardie (fiddle), Aaron Jones (bouzouki), Ali Hutton (pipes) and Donald Hay (percussion), the band are at their peak, performing with astonishing musical skill and verve.

Prices: £14, £12 conc

Contact: Nina Eggens

E: mail@woodendbarn.co.uk

W: http://www.woodendbarn.co.uk

Sunday 02 Apr 2017

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Gordon Street, Huntly, Aberdeenshire, United Kingdom

Huntly


Free-movement Dance class open to all. In this class moving the body freely to music is encouraged to improve connection between body mind and spirit and open the mind to the intuitive level of functioning. Freeing the body to move intuitively can help with inducing healing responses to trauma\, anxiety\, depression and mental health issues. Dancing in this way is also great for those people who are interested in developing meditation through movement as well as those who are interested in community at a deeper and more responsive level. The class incorporates elements of Gabrielle Roth's Five Rhythms\, along with Shamanic healing techniques. The class facilitator\, Yonten\, is an experienced Dancer\, Intuitive\, and practising Shamanic Healer.

W: http://www.visithuntly.net/event/free-dance-and-movement-class/2017-04-02/

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Saltfishforty session

Sunday 02 Apr 2017
2-4pm

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Finzean Hll

Finzean

AB31 6LY

T: 07971296566


Satlfishforty play music from their new album "Bere". BYOB, doors 1.30pm. Saltfishforty are a duo hailing from the Orkney Islands in the north of Scotland. Douglas Montgomery (fiddle/viola) and Brian Cromarty (songs/guitar/mandola) combine the rich traditional music of Orkney with original compositions. Their focus on Orkney music takes in traditional, contemporary and original material, boldly cross-fertilised with influences from Americana to East European folk, plus a highoctane whiff of heavy metal. Linchpin figures in the currently flourishing revival of Orkney's traditional music, they unite these deep-rooted sources with an exhilarating breadth of influence and expertise, catalysed by a creative empathy born from decades of friendship. The result is a sound of equally thrilling raw attack and multi-dimensional richness. A partnership forged back in 2002 – more by accident than design - the two knew each other since primary school, and played together in sessions and various bands, until they were booked in a four-piece for a charity gig, and only the two turned up: “We decided to go on and just make as much noise as two people possibly could – which is kind of how it's been ever since” they say.

Prices: £15 per ticket

Contact: Jane Bennett

E: finzeangigs@gmail.com

W: https://www.facebook.com/finzeangigs

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Saltfishforty session

Sunday 02 Apr 2017
2pm - 4pm

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Finzean Hll

Finzean

AB31 6LY

T: 07971296566


Saltfishforty are playing music from their new album "Bere". Bere is a six-row barley unique to Orkney. Grown in Orkney for thousands of years it is a staple in the form of bere bannocks and home brewed ale (excellent served with saltfish). It's thought to have been brought to Orkney by the vikings in the 8th century. A distinct island harvest, synonymous with good home fare, and a nod to our Norse ancestry: the story of bere chimed with the music we grew up with, the sound and identity we aspire to. The sound of the word also relates to the stripped back approach we've taken. Our last album was recorded with a band. This time we aimed to get back to basics, play as a duo, and get a sound that we can recreate in a concert setting. About Saltfishforty Saltfishforty are a duo hailing from the Orkney Islands in the north of Scotland. Douglas Montgomery (fiddle/viola) and Brian Cromarty (songs/guitar/mandola) combine the rich traditional music of Orkney with original compositions. Their focus on Orkney music takes in traditional, contemporary and original material, boldly cross-fertilised with influences from Americana to East European folk, plus a highoctane whiff of heavy metal. Linchpin figures in the currently flourishing revival of Orkney's traditional music, they unite these deep-rooted sources with an exhilarating breadth of influence and expertise, catalysed by a creative empathy born from decades of friendship. The result is a sound of equally thrilling raw attack and multi-dimensional richness. A partnership forged back in 2002 – more by accident than design - the two knew each other since primary school, and played together in sessions and various bands, until they were booked in a four-piece for a charity gig, and only the two turned up: “We decided to go on and just make as much noise as two people possibly could – which is kind of how it's been ever since” they say.

Prices: £15

Contact: Jane Bennett

E: finzeangigs@gmail.com

W: https://www.facebook.com/finzeangigs

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Saltfishforty session

Sunday 02 Apr 2017
2pm - 4pm

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Finzean Hll

Finzean

AB31 6LY

T: 07971296566


Saltfishforty are playing music from their new album "Bere". Bere is a six-row barley unique to Orkney. Grown in Orkney for thousands of years it is a staple in the form of bere bannocks and home brewed ale (excellent served with saltfish). It's thought to have been brought to Orkney by the vikings in the 8th century. A distinct island harvest, synonymous with good home fare, and a nod to our Norse ancestry: the story of bere chimed with the music we grew up with, the sound and identity we aspire to. The sound of the word also relates to the stripped back approach we've taken. Our last album was recorded with a band. This time we aimed to get back to basics, play as a duo, and get a sound that we can recreate in a concert setting. About Saltfishforty Saltfishforty are a duo hailing from the Orkney Islands in the north of Scotland. Douglas Montgomery (fiddle/viola) and Brian Cromarty (songs/guitar/mandola) combine the rich traditional music of Orkney with original compositions. Their focus on Orkney music takes in traditional, contemporary and original material, boldly cross-fertilised with influences from Americana to East European folk, plus a highoctane whiff of heavy metal. Linchpin figures in the currently flourishing revival of Orkney's traditional music, they unite these deep-rooted sources with an exhilarating breadth of influence and expertise, catalysed by a creative empathy born from decades of friendship. The result is a sound of equally thrilling raw attack and multi-dimensional richness. A partnership forged back in 2002 – more by accident than design - the two knew each other since primary school, and played together in sessions and various bands, until they were booked in a four-piece for a charity gig, and only the two turned up: “We decided to go on and just make as much noise as two people possibly could – which is kind of how it's been ever since” they say.

Prices: £15

Contact: Jane Bennett

E: finzeangigs@gmail.com

W: https://www.facebook.com/finzeangigs

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Saltfishforty session

Sunday 02 Apr 2017
2pm - 4pm

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Finzean Hll

Finzean

AB31 6LY

T: 07971296566


Saltfishforty are playing music from their new album "Bere". Bere is a six-row barley unique to Orkney. Grown in Orkney for thousands of years it is a staple in the form of bere bannocks and home brewed ale (excellent served with saltfish). It's thought to have been brought to Orkney by the vikings in the 8th century. A distinct island harvest, synonymous with good home fare, and a nod to our Norse ancestry: the story of bere chimed with the music we grew up with, the sound and identity we aspire to. The sound of the word also relates to the stripped back approach we've taken. Our last album was recorded with a band. This time we aimed to get back to basics, play as a duo, and get a sound that we can recreate in a concert setting. About Saltfishforty Saltfishforty are a duo hailing from the Orkney Islands in the north of Scotland. Douglas Montgomery (fiddle/viola) and Brian Cromarty (songs/guitar/mandola) combine the rich traditional music of Orkney with original compositions. Their focus on Orkney music takes in traditional, contemporary and original material, boldly cross-fertilised with influences from Americana to East European folk, plus a highoctane whiff of heavy metal. Linchpin figures in the currently flourishing revival of Orkney's traditional music, they unite these deep-rooted sources with an exhilarating breadth of influence and expertise, catalysed by a creative empathy born from decades of friendship. The result is a sound of equally thrilling raw attack and multi-dimensional richness. A partnership forged back in 2002 – more by accident than design - the two knew each other since primary school, and played together in sessions and various bands, until they were booked in a four-piece for a charity gig, and only the two turned up: “We decided to go on and just make as much noise as two people possibly could – which is kind of how it's been ever since” they say.

Prices: £15

Contact: Jane Bennett

E: finzeangigs@gmail.com

W: https://www.facebook.com/finzeangigs

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Saltfishforty session

Sunday 02 Apr 2017
2pm - 4pm

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Finzean Hall

Finzean

AB31 6LY

T: 07971 296566


Saltfishforty return to Finzean Hall to play music from their brand new album "Bere". Saltfishforty are a duo hailing from the Orkney Islands in the north of Scotland. Douglas Montgomery (fiddle/viola) and Brian Cromarty (songs/guitar/mandola) combine the rich traditional music of Orkney with original compositions. Their focus on Orkney music takes in traditional, contemporary and original material, boldly cross-fertilised with influences from Americana to East European folk, plus a highoctane whiff of heavy metal.

Prices: Tickets £15

Contact: Jane Bennett

E: finzeangigs@gmail.com

W: https://www.facebook.com/finzeangigs

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Saltfishforty session

Sunday 02 Apr 2017
2pm - 4pm

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Finzean Hall

Finzean

AB31 6LY

T: 07971 296566


Saltfishforty return to Finzean Hall to play music from their brand new album "Bere". Saltfishforty are a duo hailing from the Orkney Islands in the north of Scotland. Douglas Montgomery (fiddle/viola) and Brian Cromarty (songs/guitar/mandola) combine the rich traditional music of Orkney with original compositions. Their focus on Orkney music takes in traditional, contemporary and original material, boldly cross-fertilised with influences from Americana to East European folk, plus a highoctane whiff of heavy metal.

Prices: Tickets £15

Contact: Jane Bennett

E: finzeangigs@gmail.com

W: https://www.facebook.com/finzeangigs

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Saltfishforty session

Sunday 02 Apr 2017
2pm - 4pm

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Finzean Hall

Finzean

AB31 6LY

T: 07971 296566


Saltfishforty return to Finzean Hall to play music from their brand new album "Bere". Saltfishforty are a duo hailing from the Orkney Islands in the north of Scotland. Douglas Montgomery (fiddle/viola) and Brian Cromarty (songs/guitar/mandola) combine the rich traditional music of Orkney with original compositions. Their focus on Orkney music takes in traditional, contemporary and original material, boldly cross-fertilised with influences from Americana to East European folk, plus a highoctane whiff of heavy metal.

Prices: Tickets £15

Contact: Jane Bennett

E: finzeangigs@gmail.com

W: https://www.facebook.com/finzeangigs

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