BETTYHILL Leisure Centre and Village Hall. Sponsored
Swimathon, Saturday, February 11, 12 noon to 5.00pm,
followed by Dance in hall to Big Sky, at 8.30pm.
to the list, e-mail email@example.com or telephone Morag MacLeod
at any reasonable hour (01641 561214).
Village Hall. Otago Classes restarted Wednesday, January 25.
Martial Arts Class, Wednesdays. Bowls, Thursdays.
LOCHINVER Glencanisp Lodge. Gaelic Learners Weekend, Saturday
and Sunday, March 25 and 26. Advert on page 11.
TONGUE Village Hall. Church of Scotland Community Lunch,
Saturday, February 11, 12.30-2.00pm. Admission: £3.50 per
Hostel. Tongue and Bettyhill Step-it Up Highland group
meets at 1 oclock every Wednesday at the hostel to enjoy
a short walk. Contact Ruth on 01847 611327 for details.
Village Hall. Indoor Bowling, Thursdays. Juniors (aged 8-14 years),
7.00-8.00pm; Seniors, 8.00-10.00pm. Bowls provided. Beginners
Village Hall. Tongue Tots meet on Mondays in term time, 10.30-12.10pm.
Babies and toddlers welcome.
GLASGOW Concert Hall. Celtic Connections: Strì
is Buaidh: Strife and Success, Saturday, February 4, at 8.00pm.
Glasgows Gaelic arts development agency, An Lòchran,
hosts a concert focusing on the past and present political dimensions
of Gaelic song, with material addressing such issues as war,
land rights, forced emigration and cultural survival. Musical
director Ewen Henderson (Mànran/Battlefield Band) leads
an outstanding vocal and instrumental cast, including Cathy-Ann
MacPhee, Allan MacDonald, Sineag MacIntyre, Alasdair Whyte and
DURNESS Village Hall. Scottish Opera presents Opera Highlights,
Tuesday, February 28, at 7.30pm. Advert on page 10.
Village Hall. Zumba, Wednesdays, at 7.00pm.
SKERRAY Village Hall. Peter Price, Blues Guitarist, Thursday,
February 23. Check Skerray Facebook page for details.
ULLAPOOL Book Festival, Friday to Sunday, May 5-7. This
years festival will feature two early morning 30-minute
sessions one of which will see Brian Macleod from Skerray talk
about his book Wherever I Eat My Bread which features
stories of immigrants experiences on settling in the Highlands.