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Monday 14th October
A fireside evening with cowboy Skip Gorman
Skip worked as a cowboy on a ranch in Wyoming. A fine singer, guitarist, fiddler and mandolinist, he brings to life the workaday world of the cowboys of the American West, with songs and music heard around campfires. He also has a deep understanding of the cowboy's Celtic roots. Come share the chorus and a fireside brew.
7.30 - 10.00 pm
To be held at Locherlour, by Crieff. Limited to 25 people.
Cost Adult £10 Child £7 including refreshments
Tuesday 15th October
10.30 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.
Lusan nan Dròbhairean – Plant and herblore of the Highland Drovers
Roddy Maclean looks at the Gaelic names for native plants, folklore associated with them and their traditional uses. Morning lecture and workshop with afternoon walk looking at trees, shrubs and herbs in their natural settings.
Ruairidh is a Gaelic journalist, broadcaster and educator, based in Inverness.
To be held at Locherlour, by Crieff, maximum number of participants is 15.
Day rate (including lunch and teas): £12.00
Booking essential, telephone 01764 655 979 or email:
Scottish Country Dancing
The Crieff Scottish Country Dancing Club meets every Tuesday 7.30 – 10pm.
Royal British Legion Hall, Perth Road, Crieff.
For dancers with some experience; bring your dancing pumps.
Tuesday 15th October
Hear how the earth energy researcher David Cowan has made what he claims are some startling discoveries about the Strath capital, its Masonic layout and how the upper echelons of the Freemasons used the local graveyard to construct energy ley lines through seats of power.
The Tower Hotel, Perth Road, Crieff
7.30 pm, entry free.
Wednesday 16th October
The MacBrayne Story
The story of Caledonian MacBrayne Ferries, a talk by Ian McCrorie MBE
Innerpeffray Library, B8062, 4k south east of Crieff, PH7 3RF
7 for 7.30pm, cost £7 including wine and nibbles
The talk is part of the Friends of Innerpeffray Library’s (FOIL’s) 2013 programme. It will be held in the schoolroom of the delightful Innerpeffray Library, situated on the B8062, 4 miles to the south-east of Crieff.
Thursday 17th October
Muthill Museum presents a look at life in this vibrant and productive village in bygone days.
Muthill Museum, Drummond Street, Muthill
7.30pm, £5 including refreshments
Friday 18th October
‘The Happiest Days of your Life,' a light hearted look at schooldays in prose, verse and drama
Crieff Drama Group
Red Squirrel Cafe, East High Street, Crieff
cost £5, bar available
Saturday 19th October
Closing the Tryst
We aim to organise an informal social gathering on the evening of Saturday 19th, to mark the closing of the Tryst.
More details to follow
Year of Natural Scotland : Environmental Extravaganza
Join Susan Whyte – Greenspace Ranger in an exploration of the wildlife of Crieff's famous MacRosty Park. Learn about its history and identify those plants and trees and wildlife you were never too sure about. This is a free event suitable for all ages and ideal for families.
Meet at MacRosty Park Pavillion at 9.30.
Finish approx. 11.00am in time for a cup of tea or coffee at the Pavillion courtesy of the Friends of MacRosty Park!
Sunday 13th October
Orienteering : Come and Try It
2.30pm at the Knock of Crieff car park, grid ref: NN 865229
Would you like to improve your map reading and navigation skills?
If so, come and practise them with local outdoor writer Felicity Martin on the permanent orienteering courses on the Knock of Crieff before finding some controls on your own. Bring a compass if you have one and suitable warm, waterproof clothes.
Accompanied children welcome. Cost £1 per map - pay on the day.
(Or try orienteering anytime - maps available from Crieff Hydro Activity Centre).
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