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Dumfries and Galloway

What's On in Dumfries and Galloway

Please find below information about what's on and events coming up in Dumfries and Galloway in south west Scotland ... click on a month to get started

June 2017

filmThroughout Junerbc film theatreFilms at RBFCT in Dumfries
Films and Film Workshops at Robert Burns Centre Film Theatre, Dumfries >>

outdoorEvery day June 2017 Guide in the Hide
11am - 3pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
Our friendly, knowledgeable guides will be out and about in the hides to point out the best wildlife of the day. See the ‘What’s On’ board in the visitor centre for information and availability.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

Week Commencing Monday 19th June:

musicFriday 23rd June Scottish Chamber Orchestra in Langholm
7.30pm @ The Buccleuch Centre, Langholm DG13 0AW
The Scottish Chamber Orchestra makes a welcome return to the Buccleuch Centre with a programme that is full of energy and bound to put a skip in your step! Stenhammar's Romances are favourite pieces from the homeland of the animated and lively Swedish conductor and violinist Tobias Ringborg. Mendelssohn's sunny "Italian" provides Mediterranean flavours, Principal players from the Orchestra have fun with Bottesini's duo for violin and double bass, and Mozart's "Haffner" brings the concert to a rousing close.
Tickets available online and in person at Buccleuch Centre - tel: 01387 381196.

otherFriday 23rd June Everything From Nothing: How Our Universe Was Made
6pm @ Sanquhar Town Hall, Church Road, Sanquhar, DG4 6DF
Cosmology confronts some of the most fundamental questions in science. How and when did our universe begin?  What is it made of? How did galaxies and other structures form?
There has been enormous progress in the past few decades towards answering these questions. For example, recent observations have established that our universe contains an unexpected mix of components: ordinary atoms, exotic dark matter and a new form of energy called dark energy. Gigantic surveys of galaxies reveal how the universe is structured.  Large supercomputer simulations can recreate the evolution of the universe in astonishing detail, highlighting the role of cosmic collisions and providing the means to relate processes occurring near the beginning with observations of the universe today. A coherent picture of cosmic evolution, going back to a tiny fraction of a second after the Big Bang, is beginning to emerge. However, fundamental issues, like the identity of the dark matter and the nature of the dark energy, remain unresolved.
About the speaker
Professor Carlos S. Frenk is Director of the Institute for Computational Cosmology, Durham University’s world-renowned theoretical cosmology research group. Along with collaborators from all over the world, he builds model universes in state-of-the-art supercomputers, trying to understand how the structures in our Universe evolved from simple beginnings to the complex structures composed of stars and galaxies that we see today.
£5 for this talk only or £20 for all five talks, including entry to Crawick Multiverse.
DG4/ML12 residents & students £3 per talk or £10 for all talks.
Buy your tickets here through Ticket Source.

comedy showFriday 23rd June Andy McGowan Is Mrs Brown
7.30pm. Show Starts 8pm - 11pm (With Intervals) @ Johnstonebridge Community Centre, Kirkbank Road, Johnstonebridge, Lockerbie DG11 1ES
Johnstonebridge Community Centre presents Andy McGowan As Mrs Brown
Fantastic one man stand up show!
Lots of belly laughs guaranteed
Tribute to Mrs Browns Boys.
This show involves a lot of audience participation and a lot of laughs. Andy is also an excellent vocalist and a fab sax player. A great all round entertainer. The Super Mammy of Irish Comedy
Tickets: £8.00 Per Person - available from:  JB Centre & Moffat TIC
Bar, Prize Raffle, Pie n Peas supper £1.50
Adults over 18 Only (Adult Humour) Strictly no Children

outdoorSaturday 24th & Sunday 25th JuneGiant LEGO® Brick Animal Trail
10am-5pm (workshops at 11am) @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
Do the LEGO® trail to see the 11 giant LEGO® brick animals around the reserve. 
Take part in an awesome hour-long LEGO brick workshop! There is a LEGO brick frog to make and take home.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. £5pp for workshops. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

outdoorSaturday 24th & Sunday 25th JuneThe Hidden Gardens of Mansegate
@ Mansegate, Dunscore, DG2 0TD
4 private gardens opening between 2-5pm.
£6 entry including Fairtrade tea.

otherSaturday 24th JuneCloseburn Gala Day
@ Closeburn Village & School Playing Field
Closeburn Gala day kicks off at 12pm with fancy dress judging, then parade sets off at 12.30 and heads towards Closeburn playong fields where there will be an afternoon packed full of fun for all ages, from side stalls and competitions to Jez Avery Stunt Show and inflatables(these are FREE to kids and for as many times as they wish).
So come along for an amazing day out.

otherSaturday 24th JuneGravity sang and LIGO was listening, Martin Hendry MBE
10.30am @ Sanquhar Town Hall, Church Rd, Sanquhar DG4 6DF
Gravitational waves are the ripples in spacetime predicted more than a century ago by Einstein's general theory of relativity. On September 14th 2015 two giant laser interferometers known as LIGO - the most sensitive scientific instruments ever built - detected gravitational waves for the very first time, from the collision of a pair of massive black holes more than a billion light years from the Earth.
Hear the inside story of this remarkable discovery, hailed by many as the scientific breakthrough of the century, and explore the exciting future that lies ahead for gravitational-wave astronomy as we open an entirely new window on the Universe.
Martin Hendry is Professor of Gravitational Astrophysics and Cosmology at the University of Glasgow. He is a member of the LIGO Scientific Collaboration, a global network of more than 900 scientists leading the search of gravitational waves – the “ripples in spacetime” predicted by Einstein’s theories. He is a passionate enthusiast for communicating science to schools and the public and in 2015 he was awarded the MBE for his services to public understanding of science.
£5 for this talk only or £20 for all five talks, including entry to Crawick Multiverse. DG4/ML12 residents & students £3 per talk or £10 for all talks. Coffee included.
Booking tickets: Buy your tickets here through Ticket Source. You can also purchase tickets through Midsteeple Box Office
Buy your tickets here through Ticket Source. You can also purchase tickets through Midsteeple Box Office, High Street, Dumfries in person or by calling 01387 253383. Crawick Multiverse and A' the Airts are also selling tickets (cash or cheque only).

otherSaturday 24th JuneTalk by Professor Monica Grady, CBE
11.30am @ Sanquhar Town Hall, Church Rd, Sanquhar DG4 6DF
Monica Grady is Professor of Planetary and Space Sciences at the Open University, where she studies the origin and evolution of the Solar System through measurement of meteorites. She is a science advisor to one of the Instrument teams associated with the Philae comet lander. Before joining the Open University, she worked in the Department of Mineralogy at the Natural History Museum in London. She is a regular contributor to TV and other media, and was awarded the CBE in 2012 for services to space sciences.
£5 for this talk only or £20 for all five talks, including entry to Crawick Multiverse. DG4/ML12 residents & students £3 per talk or £10 for all talks. Coffee included.
Booking tickets: Buy your tickets here through Ticket Source. You can also purchase tickets through Midsteeple Box Office
Buy your tickets here through Ticket Source. You can also purchase tickets through Midsteeple Box Office, High Street, Dumfries in person or by calling 01387 253383. Crawick Multiverse and A' the Airts are also selling tickets (cash or cheque only).

otherSaturday 24th JuneThe Opening of Galactic Collisions, 'Sea Hames' Oceanallover Performance & Picnic
12.30pm @ Crawick Multiverse, Sanquhar, DG4 6ET
Pre-book your picnic lunch to enjoy on site in the amphitheatre at Crawick Multiverse before the opening of Charles Jencks latest installation, Galactic Collisions, and outdoor performance Sea Hames by Oceanallover. If the weather is poor, picnics will be served in the Sanquhar Town Hall.
Free entry to Crawick Multiverse included in ticket deal for all 5 talks or regular admission prices apply. You are very welcome to bring your own picnic, or pre-order a picnic lunch for £7.50 per person.
Buy your tickets here through Ticket Source. You can also purchase tickets through Midsteeple Box Office, High Street, Dumfries in person or by calling 01387 253383. Crawick Multiverse and A' the Airts are also selling tickets (cash or cheque only).

otherSaturday 24th JuneOur place in the Universe, Dr Noam Libeskind
3.15pm @ Sanquhar Town Hall, Church Rd, Sanquhar DG4 6DF
How astronomers can measure and locate our cosmic address. Where is the Milky Way in relation to everything else? How much of the Universe has been chartered and how much remains elusive? Mapping the heavens in 4 dimensions is an incredibly difficult task and is known as cosmic cartography (or "cosmography"). With modern methods we are pushing the horizons of the known universe ever further, revealing a cosmic landscape that helps paint a picture of our place in the cosmos.
Dr. Noam Libeskind was born in Detroit Michigan and grew up in Boston, Toronto, Helsinki, Milan, Berlin and Los Angeles. After completing high school he started as a film student at NYTU but dropped out after a year and half. He then completed a Bsc in Theoretical Physics at University College London, followed by a Masters degree in Mathematics at the University of Cambridge and a PhD in Physics from Durham University. His first post doctoral appointment was at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and he is now faculty in the Cosmology group at the Leibniz Institute of Astrophysics in Potsdam Germany.
£5 for this talk only or £20 for all five talks, including entry to Crawick Multiverse. DG4/ML12 residents & students £3 per talk or £10 for all talks. Coffee included.
Booking tickets: Buy your tickets here through Ticket Source. You can also purchase tickets through Midsteeple Box Office
Buy your tickets here through Ticket Source. You can also purchase tickets through Midsteeple Box Office, High Street, Dumfries in person or by calling 01387 253383. Crawick Multiverse and A' the Airts are also selling tickets (cash or cheque only).

otherSaturday 24th JuneIn the Beginning, Daniel Libeskind and Charles Jencks in Conversation
4.15pm @ Sanquhar Town Hall, Church Rd, Sanquhar DG4 6DF
Daniel Libeskind first gained global recognition as the designer of the Jewish Museum in Berlin, and won the competition for Ground Zero in New York.  His work around the world has a cosmic and spiritual grounding, as does the recently opened Ogden Centre in Durham, the heart of the exhibition Cosmic Collisions at the Merz studio in Sanquhar.
Come and hear him present his ideas and creations, in conversation with Charles Jencks, the creator of the Garden of Cosmic Speculation and Crawick Multiverse. Friends for many years, they both pursue the question of meaning in design, and how the universe inspires it. Polish-American architect, Daniel Libeskind is an international figure in architecture and urban design. Informed by a deep commitment to music, philosophy, and literature, Mr. Libeskind aims to create architecture that is resonant, original, and sustainable.
£5 for this talk only or £20 for all five talks, including entry to Crawick Multiverse. DG4/ML12 residents & students £3 per talk or £10 for all talks. Coffee included.
Booking tickets: Buy your tickets here through Ticket Source. You can also purchase tickets through Midsteeple Box Office
Buy your tickets here through Ticket Source. You can also purchase tickets through Midsteeple Box Office, High Street, Dumfries in person or by calling 01387 253383. Crawick Multiverse and A' the Airts are also selling tickets (cash or cheque only).

musicSaturday 24th JuneSWing Band Concert
7.00 pm - 8.30 pm @ Noblehill Community Centre, Annan Road, Dumfries
Following the Bands jazz workshop with Richard Ingham Honorary Professor of Jazz at St Andrews University there will be a concert by the SWing Band.
Also during the day we will be joined by some members of The Band of the Royal Regiment of Scotland who will be recruiting, and if you would like to find out more on a career in Army Music please come and meet them before and after the concert.
Donations only and refreshments will be available.

kidsSunday 25th June FUNBOX HIGHLAND FLING
2.00pm @ The Ryan Centre, Fairhurst Road, Stranraer. DG9 7AP
Hoots mon and help ma boab! Take the high road (or the low road) and get roamin in the gloamin for Funbox's brand new show. Join Anya, Kevin and Gary and Bonzo the dog as they take a trip to the Highlands of Scotland to battle midgies, become monarchs of the glen and hear the skirl of the bagpipes in their latest singalong adventure. You'll need to help us get the Funbox open - which contains everything you need to sing a song or have an adventure.
Packed with family favourites like 'Buy Me A Banana', 'Shove yer granny aff a bus' and ‘The midgies are comin ', as well as brand new songs, Highland Fling is the perfect treat for kids of all ages - from nought to ninety. Wear something Tartan and join the hoolie.
Tickets £11.00 (Family Saver £40.00) - Tel 01776 703 535

otherSunday 25th JuneLaggan Outdoor Open Day
10am - 5pm @ Laggan Outdoor, Laggan, Gatehouse of Fleet, DG7 2ES
We're offering taster sessions on many of our activities, along with discounted rates on others, a bumper barbecue, a chance to tour our new weddings and events venue.
No need to book for the day, just come along and we'll allocate you a time slot.
Keep your eyes peeled on Facebook and on our website www.lagganoutdoor.co.uk

outdoorSunday 25th June Scotland’s Gardens - gardens open for charity
2pm-5pm @ SEABANK, Rockcliffe DG5 4QH
Directions: Park in the public car park at Rockcliffe and walk along the Merse to the garden. Disabled parking available adjacent to the house.
This 1½ acre garden extends to the high water mark with fine views across the Urr Estuary. Herbaceous borders surround the house and there is a new walled garden with fruit and vegetables. A wide range of interesting and unusual plants. Plant sales and Teas provided by the local Marie Curie fundraising group.
Admission £4.
For further information visit www.scotlandsgardens.org Charity No: SC011337

Event listings are FREE - just email us the details ...

July 2017

filmThroughout Julyrbc film theatreFilms at RBFCT in Dumfries
Films and Film Workshops at Robert Burns Centre Film Theatre, Dumfries >>

outdoorEvery day in July 2017@ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
Giant LEGO® Brick Animal Trail
10am-5pm (workshops at 11am) Do the LEGO® trail to see the 11 giant LEGO® brick animals around the reserve. 
Take part in an awesome hour-long LEGO brick workshop! There is a LEGO brick frog to make and take home.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. £5pp for workshops. Booking is essential.
Dusty’s Wildlife Rangers
10am – 5pm daily
Find out what it is like to be a wildlife ranger and take part in a range of different activities, collecting stamps along the way in your log book! Family event.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Guide in the Hide
11am - 3pm
Our friendly, knowledgeable guides will be out and about in the hides to point out the best wildlife of the day. See the ‘What’s On’ board in the visitor centre for information and availability.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

Week Commencing Monday 26th June:

otherSunday 2nd July Party in the Park
1.30pm @ Threave Rovers FC, Meadow Park, Castle Douglas
A great day for all ages! Live music from The Kindling Splitters, Rockin' Raymondo, Kimber and Not Guilty accompanies a bouncy castle, face painting, beat the goalie, and circus skills with Tammy 'Tamtastic' Davidson for the kids! With a bar, BBQ and ice cream van, you'll be well refreshed.
 The fun starts at 1.30pm with a football match between a Threave Rovers XI vs. Rockin' Raymondo's XI.
Admission price: £5
All funds raised will go towards providing much needed youth football facilities in Castle Douglas at Birkland Road.
Come along! Everyone welcome!

outdoorSunday 2nd July Scotland’s Gardens - gardens open for charity
2pm-5pm @ SOUTHWICK HOUSE, Southwick DG2 8AH
Directions: On A710 near Caulkerbush. Dalbeattie 7 miles, Dumfries 17 miles.
The extensive gardens at Southwick House comprise three main areas. The first is a traditional formal walled garden with potager and large glasshouse producing a range of fruit, vegetables and cutting flowers. Adjacent to this is a hedged formal garden with herbaceous, shrub and rose beds centred around a lily pond, with roses predominating as an interesting feature. Outwith the formal gardens there is a large water garden with two connected ponds with trees, shrubs and lawns running alongside the Southwick Burn. Teas and plant sales.
Admission £5.
For further information visit www.scotlandsgardens.org Charity No: SC011337

Week Commencing Monday 3rd July:

outdoorTuesday 4th July Bug Hunt
11am – 1pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
Spend a morning hunting for bugs on the reserve.  Look under stones, in wood and on plants and trees. Family event.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

outdoorWednesday 5th July Pond Dipping
11am – 1pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
What creatures can you catch in our raised pond? Use nets, bug pots and aquascopes to find and identify the pond creatures. Family event.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

musicFriday 7th - Sunday 9th July 2017 Newton Stewart & Minnigaff Traditional Music Festival
Throughout Newton Stewart & Minnigaff
3 day celebration of traditional Scottish and Irish music in the heart of Galloway featuring concerts, workshops, tune and song sessions, tune and song writing competitions, pipe band...a great weekend altogether! 
Tickets and information available at www.tradmusic.com

theatreSaturday 8th July Luke & Elliott LIVE!: Tour 2017
8pm @ Theatre Royal, Dumfries
Luke and Elliott are a World first! Not only do they hold a joint county record for most jokes told in a single second, they are also the first ever 'Dual-Comics' in the solar system!
Luke & Elliott's 2017 show consists of the 'Cheeky Chappies' telling side-splitting tales and hilarious anecdotes from the not-so-distant past, which set to raise the roof, all with the aid of videos, music and photos from their projector. With their combination of boyish charm and relentless energy, this tour is set to be, as young people would say, 'sick'. But don't worry if you don't know what those words mean! Neither do they!
Join them for an unmissable evening of wit, observation and worry.
Be prepared to laugh like you've never laughed before, to cry like you\'ve never cried before and to sit in your chair like you've never... Well, you get the idea.
All tickets £10 - www.ticketweb.co.uk

outdoorSunday 9th July Scotland’s Gardens - gardens open for charity
2pm-5pm @ DRUMSTINCHALL HOUSE with DRUMSTINCHALL COTTAGE, Drumstinchall, Dalbeattie DG5 4PD
Directions: From the A711 just east of Dalbeattie, take the B793 towards Southwick/Caulkerbush. After 4.2 miles take a right turn signposted Drumstinchall and follow this road for 0.8 miles to Drumstinchall House.
Drumstinchall House has an extensive and established garden, surrounded by mature trees, with fine views to the sea two miles away. There are colourful herbaceous and mixed borders, and a rose garden in front of the house. A variety of paths wind their way through more borders, a rock garden, rhododendrons and azaleas, and past the ruin of the original house to a woodland walk around the edge of the garden.There is a vegetable garden, including a polytunnel and you can walk through the farmyard to the loch. Drumstinchall Cottage has a small informal quintessentially cottage style garden surrounded by farmland and hills, and with views to Criffel and Drumstinchall Loch. The main area has been reclaimed from agricultural land over the last seven years and continues to evolve, with the emphasis on growing a wide range of vegetables, herbs and fruit organically. Unusual varieties are combined with as many colourful wildlife friendly flowers as possible. There is a wildlife pond area and a few rescue chickens pottering about! An authentic Bolivian bread oven will be producing delicious treats to try and buy at Drumstinchall Cottage. Teas at Drumstinchall House.
Admission: £5 includes admission to both gardens.
For further information visit www.scotlandsgardens.org Charity No: SC011337

Week Commencing Monday 10th July:

exhibition Monday 10th - Monday 17th July Loreburn Camera Club Photography Exhibition
@ The Old Bakers Over, High Street, Dumfries
We are a small group of enthusiastic photographers who meet to enhance our enjoyment of photography.  Our skills range from beginner to professional.  Above all we are happy to share our skills, our ideas and out enthusiasm with others.
Come along and see our latest shots.  FREE event.
We are always looking for new members to join us.
For more information please contact Lindsay Murdoch, Secretary on 07732 164010 secretary @ loreburncameraclub.co.uk or John Pearson chairman @ loreburncameraclub.co.uk

outdoorTuesday 11th July Bug Hunt
11am – 1pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
Spend a morning hunting for bugs on the reserve.  Look under stones, in wood and on plants and trees. Family event.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

outdoorWednesday 12th July Pond Dipping
11am – 1pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
What creatures can you catch in our raised pond? Use nets, bug pots and aquascopes to find and identify the pond creatures. Family event.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

outdoorSunday 16th July Scotland’s Gardens - gardens open for charity
2pm-5pm @ BARMAGACHAN HOUSE, Borgue, Kirkcudbright DG6 4SW
Directions: From Borgue follow the coast (Carrick) road up hill past the church and down. Take the first and only right turn and follow the lane winding past farms for about 1/2 mile. Barmagachan House is on the left by a wood.
This new garden surrounds an 18th century house on a rocky knoll overlooking Wigtown Bay. It is profusely planted with a large variety of alpines, perennials and shrubs, including rhododendrons. Two themes are plants from SW China and Australasia e.g. meconopsis, Asian primulas, eucryphia, hebe. Many plants have been chosen for their wildlife value. The grounds also include an orchard, wall trained fruit area, potager and meadow. The woodland is rich in birdlife. There is a 13th century motte. Teas and plant sales.
Admission: £4.
For further information visit www.scotlandsgardens.org Charity No: SC011337

Week Commencing Monday 17th July:

outdoorTuesday 18th July Bug Hunt
11am – 1pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
Spend a morning hunting for bugs on the reserve.  Look under stones, in wood and on plants and trees. Family event.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

outdoorWednesday 19th July Pond Dipping
11am – 1pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
What creatures can you catch in our raised pond? Use nets, bug pots and aquascopes to find and identify the pond creatures. Family event.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

otherWednesday 19th July Brow Well service and social
From 7pm
Join members and friends of Southern Scottish Counties Burns Association (SSCBA) for the annual outdoor Brow Well service, commemorating Robert Burns visit to Brow Well days before his death in 1796.  Service will be conducted by Rev G Moulle with oration by B Kane President of the Robert Burns World Federation. After service social, will be held in The Cairndale Hotel Dumfries, compered by SSCBA secretary John Caskie and music from William McRobert, tickets for social £12 including buffet available from John Caskie 01387710975 / 07711573071

outdoorThursday 20th July Paper Making Workshop
11am – 1pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
Make your own paper to take home, using natural resources to decorate it. Family event.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

otherSaturday 22nd July Dental Implant Morning
between 10:00 and 12:00 @ Murray Ettle Dental Care, 26 Castle St, Dumfries
The Ultimate Solution to Missing Teeth- If you have missing teeth, badly fitting dentures or are just worried about your smile, come along and talk to our specialists for free.

otherSaturday 22nd & Sunday 23rd July Creative Whithorn Art and Craft Trail
@ Whithorn
Over 30 artists and makers exhibiting work in various venues located in the historic town of Whithorn.
Totally free and all venues are open from 11am to 5 pm on the Saturday and from 10am to 4.30pm on the Sunday

filmSaturday 22nd & Sunday 23rd July FILM AND ARTISTS' MOVING IMAGE FOR CHILDREN | FAMILIES | YOUNG PEOPLE
@ Cample Mill, Cample, Dumfriesshire DG3 5HD
CAMPLE LINE is pleased to present a series of three screening weekends, featuring films and artists’ moving image suitable for a range of ages. The programme includes both short and feature-length films made by a wide range of artists and filmmakers, many of whom have chosen to explore the perspectives, dreams, games and imaginings of children and young people, as well as the decisions, expectations and disciplines placed upon them and the journeys they embark upon.
Over the three weekends, we will show films by artists and filmmakers who bring compassion, humour, interest, respect and integrity towards their young subjects, and who reflect the experiences and lives of children and young people around the world.
Please come and share with us wonderful films by Albert Lamorisse, Norman McLaren, Robert Breer, Ana Mendieta, Colin Low, Margaret Tait, Sally Potter, Miranda Pennell, Otto Bell, Dryden Goodwin, Salla Tykka, Pilvi Takala, Moufida Fedhila, Mohammed-Ali Talebi, Jillian Schlesinger and others.
More details and booking info at campleline.org.uk

outdoorSunday 23rd July Scotland’s Gardens - gardens open for charity
2pm-5pm @ CROFTS, Kirkpatrick Durham, Castle Douglas DG7 3HX
Directions: A75 to Crocketford, then three miles on A712 to Corsock and New Galloway
Victorian country house garden with mature trees, a walled garden with fruit and vegetables and glasshouses, hydrangea garden and a pretty water garden. Delightful woodland walk, colourfully planted with bog plants, with stream running through. Teas.
Admission £4.
For further information visit www.scotlandsgardens.org Charity No: SC011337

Week Commencing Monday 24th July:

outdoorTuesday 25th July Bug Hunt
11am – 1pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
Spend a morning hunting for bugs on the reserve.  Look under stones, in wood and on plants and trees. Family event.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

outdoorWednesday 26th July Pond Dipping
11am – 1pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
What creatures can you catch in our raised pond? Use nets, bug pots and aquascopes to find and identify the pond creatures. Family event.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

outdoorThursday 27th July Beautiful Butterflies
10am – 12 @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
Find and identify the butterflies out on the meadow.  We may find green veined white, ringlet, meadow brown and tortoiseshell. Family event.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

Event listings are FREE - just email us the details ...

August 2017

filmThroughout Augustrbc film theatreFilms at RBFCT in Dumfries
Films and Film Workshops at Robert Burns Centre Film Theatre, Dumfries >>

outdoorEvery day in August 2017@ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
Dusty’s Wildlife Rangers
10am – 5pm daily
Find out what it is like to be a wildlife ranger and take part in a range of different activities, collecting stamps along the way in your log book! Family event.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Guide in the Hide
11am - 3pm
Our friendly, knowledgeable guides will be out and about in the hides to point out the best wildlife of the day. See the ‘What’s On’ board in the visitor centre for information and availability.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

Week Commencing Monday 31st July:

outdoorTuesday 1st August Bug Hunt
11am – 1pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
Spend a morning hunting for bugs on the reserve.  Look under stones, in wood and on plants and trees. Family event.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

outdoorWednesday 2nd August Pond Dipping
11am – 1pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
What creatures can you catch in our raised pond? Use nets, bug pots and aquascopes to find and identify the pond creatures. Family event.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

outdoorThursday 3rd August Dragons & Damsels
10am – 12 @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
Discover the dragonflies and damselflies present on the reserve and learn the differences between them.  Family event.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

Week Commencing Monday 7th August:

outdoorTuesday 8th August Bug Hunt
11am – 1pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
Spend a morning hunting for bugs on the reserve.  Look under stones, in wood and on plants and trees. Family event.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

outdoorWednesday 9th August Pond Dipping
11am – 1pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
What creatures can you catch in our raised pond? Use nets, bug pots and aquascopes to find and identify the pond creatures. Family event.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

outdoorThursday 10th August Small Mammal Trapping
10am – 12 @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
See what small mammals live on the reserve and find out what we have caught in our small mammal traps.  Family event.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

outdoorFriday 11th August Caerlaverock Bioblitz: Evening Walk
8pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
To celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the Caerlaverock NNR, we are holding a Bioblitz at WWT Caerlaverock, in partnership with Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH). Join us on an evening walk around the reserve to look for badgers, bats, moths, otters and any other creatures that come out at night!
FREE
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

outdoorSaturday 12th August Caerlaverock Bioblitz
10am – 4pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
To celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the Caerlaverock NNR, we are holding a Bioblitz at WWT Caerlaverock, in partnership with Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH). We will find and identify as many different species of bugs, plants, birds, mammals, amphibians etc as we can, with the help of natural history experts.
FREE
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

outdoorSunday 13th August Family Writing Workshop
10am – 1pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
Take this unique opportunity to participate in a nature writing workshop specifically for families, with our Writer in Residence, Karen Lloyd.  Booking is essential. Family event.
£20 per family. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

otherSunday 13th AugustDay Trip from Edinburgh to Little Sparta, Crawick Multiverse & Merz Gallery
Crawick Multiverse, Sanquhar, DG4 6ET
As part of Edinburgh Art Festival, we are running a unique day trip from Edinburgh to two symbolic artlands, Little Sparta and Crawick Multiverse. Little Sparta - the celebrated garden of Ian Hamilton Finlay - is located 25 miles from Edinburgh in a rural setting in the Pentland Hills. From there the bus will travel to Sanquhar, Dumfries & Galloway for lunch and an opportunity to see an exhibition Cosmic Collisions: Birth, Re-birth and the Universe at MERZ studio featuring leading thinkers and creators, including architect Daniel Libeskind.
Then spend the afternoon exploring Crawick Multiverse, a 55 acre land art restoration project designed by Charles Jencks.
Note on suitable clothing: This excursion involves walking over rough terrain. Please dress for hill-walking with sturdy shoes.
Tickets are priced £45 per person and the charge includes all admissions and return transport from Summerhall, Edinburgh, departing 9.30am and returning approx. 6pm. You are welcome to bring a packed lunch or pre-book soup & sandwich lunch for £6.50.
Booking tickets: Call 01387 253383. Crawick Multiverse and A' the Airts are also selling tickets (cash or cheque only).

Week Commencing Monday 14th August:

outdoorTuesday 15th August Bug Hunt
11am – 1pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
Spend a morning hunting for bugs on the reserve.  Look under stones, in wood and on plants and trees. Family event.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

otherTuesday 15th AugustDumfries Diabetes Support Group
7 - 9 pm @ St George's Church Hall, Dumfries
A friendly and informal get together. Receive information, advice and share experiences over a cuppa. Please feel free to bring someone for company.
For more information contact Lindsay on 07732 164010.

outdoorWednesday 16th August Pond Dipping
11am – 1pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
What creatures can you catch in our raised pond? Use nets, bug pots and aquascopes to find and identify the pond creatures. Family event.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

outdoorThursday 17th August Owl Pellet Dissection
10am – 12 @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
Find out what our barn owls are eating – dissect an owl pellet and work out what all the bones are!  Family event.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

filmSaturday 19th & Sunday 20th August FILM AND ARTISTS' MOVING IMAGE FOR CHILDREN | FAMILIES | YOUNG PEOPLE
@ Cample Mill, Cample, Dumfriesshire DG3 5HD
CAMPLE LINE is pleased to present a series of three screening weekends, featuring films and artists’ moving image suitable for a range of ages. The programme includes both short and feature-length films made by a wide range of artists and filmmakers, many of whom have chosen to explore the perspectives, dreams, games and imaginings of children and young people, as well as the decisions, expectations and disciplines placed upon them and the journeys they embark upon.
Over the three weekends, we will show films by artists and filmmakers who bring compassion, humour, interest, respect and integrity towards their young subjects, and who reflect the experiences and lives of children and young people around the world.
Please come and share with us wonderful films by Albert Lamorisse, Norman McLaren, Robert Breer, Ana Mendieta, Colin Low, Margaret Tait, Sally Potter, Miranda Pennell, Otto Bell, Dryden Goodwin, Salla Tykka, Pilvi Takala, Moufida Fedhila, Mohammed-Ali Talebi, Jillian Schlesinger and others.
More details and booking info at campleline.org.uk

Week Commencing Monday 21st August:

outdoorTuesday 22nd August Bug Hunt
11am – 1pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
Spend a morning hunting for bugs on the reserve.  Look under stones, in wood and on plants and trees. Family event.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

outdoorWednesday 23rd August Pond Dipping
11am – 1pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
What creatures can you catch in our raised pond? Use nets, bug pots and aquascopes to find and identify the pond creatures. Family event.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

musicSaturday 26th August The Sweetest Hours - songs of Burns at Ellisland
@ Robert Burns' Ellisland Farm, Holywood Road, Auldgirth, Dumfries DG2 0RP
This dynamic duo will present a concert of traditional, classical and contemporary songs. Focusing on the works of Robert Burns they have created fresh new arrangements for Harp and Voice.
Esther Swift (Harpist) and David Douglas (Tenor) are two renowned Scottish musicians. As a duo they have performed throughout the UK. Their unique approach to Scottish music, as well as their versatility in performing a variety of styles from traditional, classical, opera and musical theatre see them in much demand. Esther and David have recently released their debut album, "The Sweetest Hours", a Robert Burns album consisting of new and exciting arrangements.
Tickets prices at £10 are available by emailing or calling Ellisland - friends@ellislandfarm.co.uk or 01387 740426.

outdoorSunday 27th August Scotland’s Gardens - gardens open for charity
2pm-5pm @ 3 MILLHALL, Shore Road, Kirkcudbright DG6 4TQ
Directions: On the B727 between Kirkcudbright and Borgue on the west shore of the Dee Estuary. Parking at Dhoon beach public car park, about 3 miles south of Kirkcudbright.
Impressive five acre garden with a large collection of mature shrubs, including rhododendron species, many camellias, perennials hydrangeas and rare southern hemisphere plants. The garden is on a steep hillside running along the rocky shore of the Dee Estuary in Kirkcudbright Bay.
Admission £4.
For further information visit www.scotlandsgardens.org Charity No: SC011337

Week Commencing Monday 28th August:

outdoorTuesday 29th August Bug Hunt
11am – 1pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
Spend a morning hunting for bugs on the reserve.  Look under stones, in wood and on plants and trees. Family event.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

outdoorWednesday 30th August Pond Dipping
11am – 1pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
What creatures can you catch in our raised pond? Use nets, bug pots and aquascopes to find and identify the pond creatures. Family event.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

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September 2017

outdoorEvery day September 2017 Guide in the Hide
11am - 3pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
Our friendly, knowledgeable guides will be out and about in the hides to point out the best wildlife of the day. See the ‘What’s On’ board in the visitor centre for information and availability.
Normal admission charges apply, WWT members free. Booking is essential.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

Week Commencing Monday 28th August:

outdoorSunday 3rd September In Focus
10am – 4pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
Try before you buy the latest binoculars and telescopes from the huge range available today. In Focus experts are on hand all day to give advice.
Free. WWT Caerlaverock benefits from every sale.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

Week Commencing Monday 4th September:

outdoorMonday 4th - Friday 8th September Stars & Stripes Badger Watching
8pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
Watch wild badgers feeding just outside our comfortable observatory. Fair trade tea, coffee and biscuits available.
Adults: £10, Concession £7.50, Children £5. Booking is essential. Tickets must be paid for in advance.
Please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

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October 2017

otherMonday 2nd OctoberChalloch SWI (Scottish Women's Institute) -'Newton Stewart Museum'
19:30 - 21:30 @ St Ninian's Church Hall, Newton Stewart
Talk by Kirsty Robertson
Competitions are: (1) Antique item (2) Premature baby hat
Bring your own teacup and bring a friend.
First visit free.
For more information contact Margaret on 01671 403 023

otherTuesday 17th OctoberDumfries Diabetes Support Group
7 - 9 pm @ St George's Church Hall, Dumfries
A friendly and informal get together. Receive information, advice and share experiences over a cuppa. Please feel free to bring someone for company.
For more information contact Lindsay on 07732 164010.

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November 2017

otherMonday 6th NovemberChalloch SWI (Scottish Women's Institute) Annual General Meeting
19:30 - 21:30 @ St Ninian's Church Hall, Newton Stewart
+ Tips and ideas
Competitions are: (1) Pillbox (2) Gift wrapped box
Bring your own teacup and bring a friend.
First visit free.
For more information contact Margaret on 01671 403 023

otherTuesday 14th - Thursday 16th November 3-day Residential Writing Course
@ Durhamhill. Kirkpatrick Durham, Castle Douglas, DG7 3HP
3-day residential writing course based at DurhamhilWhether starting out as a writer or seeking to enhance your skills, this is your opportunity to discover your writing potential at our 3-day residential course based at Durhamhill in the beautiful & tranquil Galloway countryside. The tutors are Margaret Elphinstone & Mary Smith, well-established, published writers with a wealth of teaching experience who will support & encourage you in developing your writing. Workshop topics include the creation of character & plot, the role of the narrative voice & writing from personal experience. There is ample opportunity to discuss your work with the tutors & fellow students.
Margaret Elphinstone, a historical novelist, had her first novel published in 1987. Her novel, 'The Sea Road’ is in 'The 100 Best Scottish Books of all Time' produced by 'List Magazine'. She also writes poetry & short stories & is an Emeritus Professor of Strathclyde University & was visiting Professor at central Michigan University in 1998 & 2001. She has taught creative writing to all levels of experience & has been a regular tutor on international Arvon courses.
Mary Smith is a writer, poet & journalist, her poems being widely published. A full collection, "Thousands Pass Here Every Day", was published in 2012. Her novel, "No More Mulberries", is set in Afghanistan where she worked for several years. "Drunk Chickens and Burnt Macaroni: Real Stories of Afghan Woman", a lively account of her time there, provides an insight into the lives of Afghan women. She was senior reporter on a local paper, & staff features writer with the award-winning magazine, 'Dumfries and Galloway Life'. She has an MLitt in Creative Writing & has taught the subject at Glasgow University.

Testimonials from past participants:-
• 'superb tuition, lovely group with widely divergent experience, beautiful and comfortable surroundings' Frances H.
•'a beautiful location, very welcoming hosts and just the right amount of challenge and reassurance' Cate M.
• 'valuable, intense, worthwhile' Ian B.
• 'neither intimidating nor too formal, instantly absorbing. Una C.
• 'we all came away better writers. Roger W.

Course fee £350, includes. 2/3 nights stay in the 4 star Coach House, or main house, & food. Participants welcome to arrive the preceding evening.
Non- residents fee £250

MORE INFO / TO BOOK:
www.durhamhillcourses.co.uk Tel. Juliet Caird - 07843 476867

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Ongoing Exhibitions

exhibitionUntil 17th June ‘Mr Spaghetti Head Flies the Cuckoo Nest’ by Andy Ormandy
10am to 5pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
Paintings and photographs focusing on the beautiful landscape of Dumfries and Galloway and wildlife at WWT Caerlaverock. The paintings draw on influences from artists such as Mondrian, Peter Blake and Warhol.  
All proceeds will be split equally between Support in Mind Scotland and WWT Caerlaverock.
Free. For more information please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

exhibitionFrom 18th June ‘Brock, paper, scissors’ by Hilary Keating
10am to 5pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
An exhibition of paper sculptures and other wildlife art by local artist Hilary Keating. 
Free. For more information please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

exhibitionUntil 18th June 2017 Selected works of sleepysilver
Mon - Sat, 10am - 4pm + Sun, 1pm - 4pm @ Tolbooth Art Centre, High St, Kirkcudbright DG6 4JL
A selection of hand-decorated boxes, prints of original oils and watercolours as well as the latest originals in watercolour.

exhibitionUntil 23rd June 2017 Spring Exhibition
@ Unit 3 Gallery, Bladnoch Bridge Estate, Wigtown, DG8 9AB
Our Spring Exhibition features seven artists and has a contemporary feel from graphics to pop art to pen and ink - entry is free - the gallery is open Wed - Fri 10 - 4 and on Saturdays from 12 - 4.

exhibition23rd June - 10th September 2017 Cosmic Collisions, Birth, Rebirth and the Universe
(Closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays) @ Merz Studio, Queens Road, Sanquhar DG4 6DH
This exhibition reaches back to the structures at the origin of our universe and interprets these forces "those cosmic collisions" in new and unexpected collisions of art, architecture and the cosmos. The exhibition's daring sweep from the world of computational cosmology to art and back again,  brings together leading creators and thinkers, including architect Daniel Libeskind, cosmologist Carlos Frenk, and land artist Charles Jencks.
From cosmologically inspired landscapes and architecture seeded from galaxies, the exhibition is framed from the standpoint of cosmic collisions: collisions of planets, comets and galaxies and the subsequent birth of billions of new stars. It also acts as a location for the collision of ideas - the collisions that take place at the intersections of arts and science and collisions that give birth to new ideas, over and over again.
Preview date: The exhibition begins with a preview on Friday, 23 June from 5pm onwards. All are welcome to attend.

exhibitionUntil Saturday 29th July ‘Brock, paper, scissors’ by Hilary Keating
10am to 5pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
An exhibition of paper sculptures and other wildlife art by local artist Hilary Keating. 
Free. For more information please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

exhibition1st August until Saturday 16th September ‘Durham to Dumfries’ Exhibition by Fishburn Art Group
10am to 5pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
Artwork based on local wildlife and scenes of Dumfries and Galloway.
Free. For more information please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

exhibition Sunday 17th September - Saturday 28th october ‘Back Again’ by Keith Brown
10am to 5pm @ WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
Exhibition of paintings representing the arrivals of the geese and ducks that return to the Solway during the winter.
Free. For more information please contact the centre on 01387 770200 or info.caerlaverock@wwt.org.uk

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