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Events At Castlehill Heritage Centre

31st October 2014

Friday 31st October, ---
Caithness Astronomy Group talk and observation evening. "An Even Briefer History of Time". 7:30pm at Castlehill.

Wednesday 5th November
Scottish Ornithological Club (Caithness Branch) evening talk, "From Sea to Summit" 7:30pm at Castlehill.

Saturday 15th November
Food Fare, A celebration of the great produce available locally. Cakes, honey, jams, pork, breads and much more. Home baking, teas and coffee to help finish off your afternoon.

Tuesday 18th November
An evening talk by RSPB, " For Peats Sake! Wildlife and Landscape of the Flows".

We have now nearly finished our new exhibition which is based on the Passage of Time, looking at the changes over the years to household items, communications etc.

We are in the process of arranging our winter talks so watch this space.

 

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