BETTYHILL Village Hall. Martial Arts Class, Wednesdays. Bowls, Thursdays.
LOCHINVER Village Hall. Made in Assynt Craft Fayre, Friday, May 5.
Village Hall. Christianity Explored, Wednesday, May 10, and then weekly throughout May, 7-9.00pm.
Village Hall. Reptile Habitat Management Training, Wednesday, May 17, 1.00pm-6.00pm. Join Froglife to learn about native reptile species and how to manage their habitats. Includes two hours indoors and three hours outdoors at Little Assynt Estate. Free, but booking essential. Email james.stead@froglife.org or phone 07972 593603.
Village Hall. Amphibians and Ponds Training Session, Thursday, May 18, 2.00- 4.00pm. Join Froglife to learn about native amphibian species and how to manage ponds. The free course is based indoors for 1-hour learning about amphibian identification and pond management and outdoors for one hour to see newly created pools at Culag Community Woodlands. Email james.stead@froglife.org or phone 07972 593603.
Village hall. Yoga, Monday evenings.
BORGIE Log Cabin. Family Day — Mad Hatters Tea Party — Sunday, May 14, between 11.00 and 3.00pm. Family Treasure Hunt with Fun & Games, Chiming Table. Donations welcome at door.
TONGUE Kyle of Tongue Hostel. Tongue and Bettyhill “Step-it Up Highland group” meets at 1 o’clock 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 welcome.
Village Hall. Tongue Tots meet on Mondays in term time, 10.30-12.10pm. Babies and toddlers welcome.
GOLSPIE High School. Caithness and Sutherland Provincial Mod, Saturday, June 3.
DURNESS Village Hall. Coffee Morning in lounge, Friday, May 5, from 10.30am.
Village Hall. One-day Knitwear Sale in main hall, Friday, May 5.
Village Hall. Yoga classes, Tuesdays, at 7.30pm. Zumba, Wednesdays, at 7.00pm.
ULLAPOOL Village Hall. Book Festival, Friday to Sunday, May 5-7. This year’s 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 of settling in the Highlands.



To add to the list, e-mail whatson@bratach.co.uk or telephone Morag MacLeod at any reasonable hour (01641 561214).

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