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Craigie Folk Club-singing group

About eighteen months ago, Dave Dewar, one of the organisers of Ayrshire's Craigie Folk Club, decided that a singing group comprising of attendees at the folk club might be a good idea.  The aim was to have a musical ensemble which would be informal, fun, but serious as well.

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Hearts&Minds

Artful Minds – experiential dementia training for artists

Date: Monday 7 March 2016 9.30-17.00

Venue: The Studio at Festival Theatre, 22 Potterrow, Edinburgh EH8 9BL

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A season of Gaelic events at SSC

Tha coimhearsnachd bheòthail de luchd-labhairt agus luchd-ionnsachaidh na Gàidhlig a’ fuireach ann an Dùn Éideann, agus tha sinne aig Ionad Sgeulachdan na h-Alba glè thoilichte gu bheil sinn am measg nan ionadan a tha a’ toirt taic do na h-ealain Gàidhlig anns a' bhaile.

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Remembering Brigid this winter

In Celtic mythology, Brigid – sometimes known as ‘Bride’ in Scotland – is the goddess of healing, poetry, smithcraft, and childbirth. Myths and stories of her power, goodness and compassion have existed for centuries, and she is still celebrated as both a saint and a goddess around the world.

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European Folk Network Launch Event

EUROPEAN FOLK NETWORK

LAUNCH PRESENTATION
SUNDAY 31st JANUARY
15.45 to 17.00 – at the Scottish Music Centre
and at the
SHOWCASE SCOTLAND TRADE FAIR
FRIDAY 29 JANUARY from 10.00

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