rudha mor open day
traditional music
friday quiz
regatta 2014
hogmanay 2014/15
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Rudha Mor Open Day
An open day in aid of charity
Afternoon Tea
served from 2–4 pm
Easter Egg Hunt for children
Face Painting
And, of course, the flora and fauna
on the great walks around the estate.
More information is available at our website.
Rudha Mor, just up from the village hall
Monday 21 April, in the aftenoon.
Admission £5.00
Visitors, please park in the village. Thank you.
Plockton Historical Society
Programme of talks — 2014
15 May — Ian Grimmer
"The History of West Coast Fishing Boats"
25 September — Richard Wilberforce
"The History of Local Mansions"
16 October — Bill Ramsay
"The History of West Coast Wrecks"
20 November, "Subject and speaker to be arranged" — followed by an informal evening with wine, cheese and mince pies. No admission charge. All welcome.
All talks are on a Thursday 7:30pm
Plockton Village Hall
members, £3.00 non-members
Music at the Hotels
Traditional ceilidh music by local musicians
At the Plockton Hotel
every Wednesday starting in the early summer,
from 21:00
At the Plockton Inn
every Thursday through the year
and every Tuesday from around Easter,
from 21:00
The Plockton Inn Quiz
The long-running Friday Quiz, MC is Susan or Mary
Every Friday from 21:00, until the summer
Regatta 2014
The main fortnight of the sailing season, although races take place before and after. Culminates with Regatta Weekend: concert (tickets), dance (tickets), Commodore's Party (invite only), all on Friday.
On Saturday, after the children's Ragamuffin race (morning), street parties with local bands outside the hotels (all welcome).
Regatta always starts on the Monday following the fourth Sunday in July.
Monday 28 July — Saturday 9 August
Hogmanay New Year 2014/15
Traditionally celebrated
There will be a bonfire and fireworks at midnight (the bells) on the island, viewed from the car park. Bring your own bottle.
There will likely be a dance at the hall, going through midnight till the wee hours.
Wednesday 31 December 2014
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20 April 2014