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Forthcoming Events through 31st August 2017

(Read on down or click here for major events that will take place throughout 2017)

 
Date Event Details Venue & Contact
Daily   (10:00 - 17:00). Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre   and Rainbow Trout Fishing Ponds. Auchingarrich, by Comrie  (01764-679469)
Daily. Earth Adventures, Bushcraft,   Archery and Fly & Bait Fishing activities for all.                     Do It Outdoors, Auchingarrich by   Comrie  (079-73802620)
Daily   (09:00-17:00). Mountain safaris; Forest   safaris; Walking safaris; Biking safaris; Red Deer Centre. Summer  Watch safaris from June to August. Highland Safaris, Dull, by   Aberfeldy  (01887-820071)
Daily,   April to November. Loch Tay Safaris: a unique   90-minute cruise on Loch Tay exploring the history, heritage and folklore of   Perthshire’s largest loch. Loch Tay Safaris, Pier Road,   Kenmore (01887-820071)
Daily to   31st October (10:00 - 17:30). Scottish Crannog Centre: living   history from discoveries underwater. Loch Tay, by Kenmore   (01887-830583)
Mon -   Sat (10:00-18:00); Sun (12:00-16:00).    Last entry 1 hr prior to closing. Dewar's Aberfeldy Distillery -   visit distillery, warehouses and museum. Aberfeldy PH15 2EB   (01887-822010)
Sat 8th   July - Tue 29th August. Lotte Glob - North and South:   Landscapes of Lotte Glob.  A series of   tiles that can only be described as ceramic paintings, inspired by winters   spent on La Gomera, Canary Islands. Aberfeldy Watermill &   Gallery (01887-822896)
Saturday   22nd July to Saturday 5th August. Comrie Fortnight: walks,  children's fun days; open gardens   afternoon; watersports on Loch Earn;    Strathearn Harriers hill race; treasure hunt; fiddlers' rally; art   exhibition  etc. Comrie and environs
Saturday   22nd July - Sunday 6th August (10:00 - 18:00). Fortingall Art 14th Summer   Exhibition - over 30 local artists, featuring painting, photography,   printmaking, sculpture, jewellery and furniture. Molteno Hall, Fortingall
Thursdays   (19:00 - 22:30) Celtic Accoustic Music Sessions   - folk to blues, bluegrass to instrumental. Birks Cinema, Aberfeldy   (01887-829141)
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Tuesday   1st  (10:30 - 12:30). Mini-beasts of the mountain   (adults must be accompanied by a child and vice versa). Ben Lawers National Nature   Reserve car park  (01567-820988)
Wednesday   2nd  (10:00 - 17:00). Killin International Highland   Games - Parade from Falls of Dochart at 13:00. Breadalbane Park, Killin 
Wednesday   2nd  (14:00 - 17:00). National Trust for Scotland:   Moirlanich Longhouse. Glen Lochay, Killin 
Friday   4th  (21:00). Live Music: Stuart McFarlene. Coach House Hotel, Killin  (01567-820349) 
Saturday   5th  (10:30 - 16:30). The Celts are Coming - Living   History Fair: hog roast; iron forging; hide tanning; sword making; iron age   cooking; log boats; archery; pot firing; textiles. Scottish Crannog Centre, Loch   Tay, by Kenmore and Dalerb Picnic Site (01887-830583)
Saturday   5th  (21:00). Live Music: The Shine. Coach House Hotel, Killin  (01567-820349) 
Sunday   6th  (10:00 - 17:30). Bridge of Allan Highland Games. Games Park, Bridge of Allan 
Sunday   6th  (10:00 - 14:00). Aberfeldy Farmers Market and   Arts & Crafts Market. The Square and Birks Cinema,   Aberfeldy 
Sunday   6th  (10:30 - 16:30). The Celts are Coming - Living   History Fair: hog roast; iron forging; hide tanning; sword making; iron age   cooking; log boats; archery; pot firing; textiles. Scottish Crannog Centre, Loch   Tay, by Kenmore and Dalerb Picnic Site (01887-830583)
Sunday   6th  (13:00 - 17:00). Scottish Gardens Open Day:   Drummond Castle. Drummond Castle By Crieff 
Sunday   6th  (14:00 - 17:00). National Trust for Scotland:   Moirlanich Longhouse. Glen Lochay, Killin 
Mon 7th   (10:00) - Thu 10th (16:00). Do It Outdoors - John Muir   Award: the Discovery Award requires a minimum of 4 days of outdoor   activity.  Includes shelter building,   tree conservation, path maintenance, fire building, spear making and perhaps   catching and cooking a fish. Do It Outdoors, Auchingarrich by   Comrie  (079-73802620)
Mon 7th   (18:00 - 19:30). National Trust for Scotland:Moirlanich Longhouse - Fireside Tales. Glen Lochay, Killin
Wednesday   9th  (13:30 - 16:00). Hillside Safari: ranger-led   exploration of the flora & fauna of the National Nature Reserve. Ben Lawers National Nature   Reserve car park  (01567-820988)
Wednesday   9th  (14:00 - 17:00). National Trust for Scotland:   Moirlanich Longhouse. Glen Lochay, Killin 
Wednesday   9th  (20:00). Illustrated talk: Ben Lawers -   not just a pretty place.  Helen Cole,   NTS Senior Ranger Naturalist. National Trust for Scotland   Office, Killin 
Friday   11th  (09:00). Atholl & Breadalbane   Agricultural Show  (horse & pony   day, plus pet show & funfair). Wade's Park Aberfeldy 
Friday   11th  (10:30 - 16:30). An Introduction to Real   Navigation: how to use a map and compass in the hills.  Telephone to book. Ben Lawers National Nature   Reserve car park  (01567-820988)
Friday   11th  (21:00). Live Music: Kevin Fraser. Coach House Hotel, Killin  (01567-820349) 
Saturday   12th  (09:00). Atholl & Breadalbane   Agricultural Show & Highland Games (agricultural show commences at 9:00,   highland games at 13:00). Wade's Park Aberfeldy 
Saturday   12th  (21:00). Live Music: The Minogue   Brothers. Coach House Hotel, Killin  (01567-820349) 
Sunday   13th  (10:00 - 17:45) Perth Highland Games. South Inch, Perth 
Sunday   13th  (14:00 - 17:00). National Trust for Scotland:   Moirlanich Longhouse. Glen Lochay, Killin 
Tuesday   15th  (10:30 - 12:30). Mini-beasts of the mountain   (adults must be accompanied by a child and vice versa). Ben Lawers National Nature   Reserve car park  (01567-820988)
Tuesday   15th (19:30). Concert: Baile - Glasgow-based   traditional band. The Big Shed, Tombreck, by   Killin  (075-0864-5453)
Wednesday   16th (14:00 - 17:00). National Trust for Scotland:   Moirlanich Longhouse. Glen Lochay, Killin 
Friday   18th  (09:30 - 17:00). An introduction to   identification of grasses, sedges & rushes.  Telephone to book. Ben Lawers National Nature   Reserve car park  (01567-820988)
Friday   18th  (21:00). Live Music: Ted Christopher. Coach House Hotel, Killin  (01567-820349) 
Saturday   19th (10:30 - 17:00). Stirling Highland Games. Stirling Sports Village, Royal   Stuart Way, Stirling
Saturday   19th  (13:30 - 17:00). Rannoch Highland Gathering. Weller Poley Park, Kinloch   Rannoch 
Saturday   19th  (9:00 till late). Killin Agricultural Show: Pipe   Band parade from Dochart Bridge @ 12:30; Evening ceilidh with Siobhan   Anderson & Friends. Breadalbane Park, Killin 
Saturday   19th  (21:00). Live Music: Candlemaker Row. Coach House Hotel, Killin  (01567-820349) 
Sunday   20th  (07:00 - 15:00). Aberfeldy Middle Distance   Triathlon:  1,900m Loch Tay swim, a   90Km Bike and a 21Km run.  Registration   Saturday 19th (13:00 - 19:30). Kenmore, by Aberfeldy
Sunday   20th  (10:30 - 18:00). Crieff Highland Gathering   (highland games), plus Glenturret Music Tent. Market Park, Crieff 
Sunday   20th  (14:00 - 17:00). National Trust for Scotland:   Moirlanich Longhouse. Glen Lochay, Killin 
Wednesday   23rd  (13:30 - 16:00). Flora and fauna of the   hillside.  Booking advisable. Ben Lawers National Nature   Reserve car park  (01567-820988)
Wednesday   23rd  (14:00 - 17:00). National Trust for Scotland:   Moirlanich Longhouse. Glen Lochay, Killin 
Wednesday   23rd (20:00). Concert: Iain Thomson & Marc   Duff. The Big Shed, Tombreck, by   Killin  (075-0864-5453)
Wednesday   23rd  (20:00). Illustrated talk: Goatfell -   everything but the goats.  Kate   Sampson, NTS Senior Ranger Naturalist. National Trust Office,   Killin 
Thursday   24th  (10:30 - 16:30). Argyllshire Gathering (highland   games) commencing with piper's march from town centre (Argyll Square). Mossfield Park, Oban 
Thursday   24th - Sunday 27th. Blair Castle International Horse   Trials: dressage, cross-country & show jumping.  Country Fair, with demonstartions.  Over 200 trade stands including food hall. Blair Castle, Blair Atholl 
Friday   25th  (21:00). Live Music: Alex Clarke. Coach House Hotel, Killin  (01567-820349) 
Saturday   26th  (11:00 - 17:00). 153rd Dunkeld & Birnam   Highland Games. Games Park, Little Dunkeld 
Saturday   26th  (12:00 10K; 12:15 Fun). Tay Fitness Killin 10K and   Family Fun Run: www.killin10k.co.uk to register. Dochart Bridge, Killin  (077-8655-8861)
Saturday   26th (19:30). Concert: Red Note. The Big Shed, Tombreck, by   Killin  (075-0864-5453)
Saturday   26th  (21:00). Live Music: Mak-a-Din. Coach House Hotel, Killin  (01567-820349) 
Sunday   27th  (10:00 - 14:00). Logierait Country Market. Mill of Logierait, by   Ballinluig 
Sunday   27th  (10:30 - 16:30). Lughnasa Summer Harvest   Festival: Exhibits & demonstrations of ancient ploughing, seed sowing   & bread baking in Iron Age clay ovens. Scottish Crannog Centre, Loch   Tay, by Kenmore  (01887-830583)
Sunday   27th (14:00 - 17:00). National Trust for Scotland:   Moirlanich Longhouse. Glen Lochay, Killin 
Wednesday   30th  (10:00 - 16:00). Beinn Ghlas and Ben Lawers: bag   two Munros with a qualified mountain leader with knowledge of the wildlife of   the reserve.  Telephone to book. Ben Lawers National Nature   Reserve car park  (01567-820988)
Wednesday   30th  (14:00 - 17:00). National Trust for Scotland:   Moirlanich Longhouse. Glen Lochay, Killin 

Events Calendar for 2017

Date Event Details Venue & Contact
  Outdoor Activity Events  
Tuesday   25th April. Bob MacGregor Memorial Road Run   - 180 miles of Highland Perthshire roads.    Pre-1975 motorcycles preferred. McLaren Hall, Killin
Saturday   6th May (13:00). 29th Stuc a’ Chroin 5000:   Category A Long Hill Race (distance 20 km; climb 1500 m). Strathyre
Saturday   3rd (09:00) - Sunday 4th June (15:00).  Bob MacGregor Memorial 2-Day   Motorcycle Trial. Kinnell Estate, Killin
Sunday   11th June (09:00). 6th Strathearn Marathon. Cultybraggan Camp, Comrie
Wednesday   14th June  (19:30). Ben Sheann: short hill race   (distance 3.4 km; climb 380 m).  Date   to be confirmed. Strathyre
Saturday   1st July  (11:00). Ben Ledi Hill Race (distance 10   km; climb 750 m). Strathyre Forest Holidays
Saturday   8th July. 2017 Artemis Great Kindrochit   Quadrathlon: Swim Loch Tay (1.3 km) - Walk / run seven Munros (24 km) - Kayak   back to Ardtalnaig (11 km) - Cycle around Loch Tay (54 km).  Ardtalnaig, Loch Tay
Saturday   26th August  (12:00). Tay Fitness Killin 10K - open to   all (walk, jog or run) charity event.    www.killin10k.co.uk Dochart Bridge, Killin
Saturday   2nd September. Highland Perthshire Marathon and   Half-Marathon – run or cycle.    www.highlandperthshiremarathon.co.uk Wade's Park, Aberfeldy
Saturday   9th September (09:00). Open Water Swim: Loch Earn   end-to-end (~10 km).  
Saturday   7th October. National Trust for Scotland Hill   Race - Meall nan Tarmachan (distance 9.5 km; climb 700 m). Dan Watson (01567-820404)
Saturday   7th to Saturday 14th October Drovers' Tryst Walking Festival:   bag some local Munros, walk old drove roads or ramble through the glens.  Fun mountain bike racing, photographic   walks & evening entertainment. Crieff and environs
     
  Highland Games and Agricultural Shows  
Saturday   1st July (08:00). Lochearnhead Shears   International Sheep-shearing Competition. Games Park, Lochearnhead.
Wednesday   5th July (17:30 - 21:30). Kenmore Highland Games. Sports Field, Kenmore
Tuesday   18th July (10:45). Inveraray Highland Games &   World Caber Championships. Castle Grounds, Inveraray
Saturday   22nd July (12:00 - 17:00). Balquhidder, Lochearnhead &   Strathyre Highland Games. Games Park, Lochearnhead
Wednesday   2nd August (13:00). Killin Highland Games. Breadalbane Park, Killin
Saturday   12th August (09:30). Atholl & Breadalbane   Agricultural Show & Highland Gathering. Wade's Park, Aberfeldy 
Sunday   13th August  (10:00 - 17:00). Perth Highland Games. North Inch, Perth 
Saturday   19th August (10:30). Killin Agricultural Show. Breadalbane Park, Killin
Sunday   20th August (10:30). Crieff Highland Gathering. Market Park, Crieff
Thursday   24th August (10:30 - 16:30). Argyllshire Gathering (Oban) Mossfield Park, Oban 
     
  Activities for Children  
Tuesdays   4th & 18th July  and  1st & 15th August (10:30 - 12:30). Mini-beasts of the mountain   (adults must be accompanied by a child and vice versa). Ben Lawers NNR car park
     
  Live Traditional Music  
Every   Thursday (19:00 - 22:30) Celtic Acoustic Music Sessions   led by Doug & Hilary Law. Birks Cinema, Aberfeldy
Friday   26th (19:00) to Sunday 28th May. 5th Strathyre Music Festival:   www.balvaig.co.uk Strathyre
Friday   16th to Sunday 18th June. Killin Music Festival '17. McLaren Hall, Killin
Friday   29th September to Sunday 1st October. 12th Callander Jazz & Blues   Festival. Callander and area
     
  Food & Drink Events  
Friday   26th - Sunday 28th May. Mhor Festival: food and drink,   music, theatre, arts and dance. Monachyle Mhor Farm, Balquhidder
     
  Arts & Cultural Events  
Saturday   10th to Sunday 18th June. Forth Valley Art Beat - a   celebration of talent and individual inspiration.  Over 140 artists at 80 different locations.  
Friday   9th & Saturday 10th June. Perthshire and Angus Provincial   Mod (Mòd Ionadail Shiorrachd Pheairt agus Aonghais). Breadalbane Community Campus,   Aberfeldy
Saturday   2nd to Sunday 10th September. Perthshire Open Studios -   artists and makers throughout Perthshire welcome you to their workshops &   studios.  
     
  National Trust for Scotland Walks & Talks  
  Walks commence at the Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve car park unless otherwise stated.  For further information telephone 01567-820988.  
Friday   23rd June  (09:00). Ben Lawers Ridge Walk.  Walk the 7 peaks of the Lawers range with a   qualified mountain guide and wildlife expert.    8 - 10 hours duration.  Booking   essential. Ben Lawers NNR car park
Tuesday   4th July  (10:30 - 12:30). Mini-beasts of the mountain   (adults must be accompanied by a child and vice versa). Ben Lawers NNR car park
Wednesday   12th July  (13:30 - 16:30). Butterflies and moths of the   mountain.  Booking advisable. Ben Lawers NNR car park
Friday   14th July  (09:00 - 17:00). Mountain flowers - an 8-hour   high-level guided walk.  Booking essential. Ben Lawers NNR car park
Tuesday   18th July (10:30 - 12:30). Mini-beasts of the mountain   (adults must be accompanied by a child and vice versa). Ben Lawers NNR car park
Friday   21st July  (09:00 - 17:00). Mountain flowers - an 8-hour   high-level guided walk.  Booking essential. Ben Lawers NNR car park
Friday   21st and / or Saturday 22nd July Moth night and / or   morning.  See rangers set harmless moth   traps and check the catch in the morning. Ben Lawers NNR car park
Wednesday   26th July  (13:30 - 16:00). Flora and fauna of the   hillside.  Booking advisable. Ben Lawers NNR car park
Friday   28th July  (09:00 - 17:00). Mountain flowers - an 8-hour   high-level guided walk.  Booking essential. Ben Lawers NNR car park
Tuesday   1st August  (10:30 - 12:30). Mini-beasts of the mountain   (adults must be accompanied by a child and vice versa). Ben Lawers NNR car park
Wednesday   9th August  (13.30 - 16:00). Hillside safari - a 2½ hour   walk.  Booking advisable. Ben Lawers NNR car park
Friday   11th August  (10.30 - 16:30). An introduction to real   navigation: map and compass navigation in the hills - a 6-hour course.  Booking essential. Ben Lawers NNR car park
Tuesday   15th August  (10:30 - 12:30). Mini-beasts of the mountain   (adults must be accompanied by a child and vice versa). Ben Lawers NNR car park
Friday   18th August  (09:30 - 17:00). An introduction to   identification of grasses, sedges and rushes.  Booking essential. Ben Lawers NNR car park
Wednesday   23rd August  (13:30 - 16:00). Flora and fauna of the   hillside.  Booking advisable. Ben Lawers NNR car park
Wednesday   30th August  (10:00) Bheinn Ghlas & Ben   Lawers.  Walk 2 of the most popular   peaks of the Lawers range with a qualified mountain guide and wildlife   expert.  5 - 6 hours duration.  Booking essential. Ben Lawers NNR car park
     
  Talks take place during July and   August at the National Trust for Scotland Ranger Base, Lynedoch, Main Street,   Killin FK21 8UW, at 8pm.  
     
  Heritage Events @ The Scottish Crannog Centre, Loch Tay  
  Booking is essential for large groups - telephone 01887-830583.  
Sunday   19th March  (10.30 - 16.30) Scottish Coppice Festival: a special day of coppice craft demonstations and market place.  
Easter Sunday 16th April (10:30 - 16:30). Easter Eggstravaganza: cook pancakes, bake bread rolls and churn butter.  
Sunday   30th April (10:30 - 16:30). BELTANE! - Celtic Spring   Celebration.  Storytelling, ceremonial   fire and demonstrations.  Bring   blossoms to make flower garlands.  
Sunday   28th May (10:30 - 16:30). Iron Age Ingenuity: hands-on   ancient skills including bronze casting and wood turning.  
Wednesday   21st June (evening event). Midsummer Music Festival:   booking essential.  
Thursday   20th July (10:30 – 16:30). Iron Age Gourmet Day: fabulous   down-to-earth nutritious food, as prepared by our ancestors.  
Sunday   6th August (10:30 - 16:30). Iron Age Artisan Village: Celts,   crannogs and crafts.  
Sunday   27th August (10:30 - 16:30). Summer Harvest Festival: ancient   ploughing, seed sowing & bread baking in Iron Age clay ovens.  
Saturday   16th & Sunday 17th September (10.30 - 16.30) Ways with Wood:  The Turnery Prize - Wood-turning and   carving demonstrations by experts from throughout the country  
Sunday   15th October (10:30 - 16:30). Fun with Fruit and Fungi: a   celebration of seasonal fare including tasters of fungi, hazelnuts, soups and   stews.  
Tuesday   31st October (19:00 - 21:00). Spooks and Sacrifices - Celtic   Samhain Festival Night: fire juggling, sacrificial wicker ram burn, apple   ducking, storytelling & much more, all lit by flaming torches.  
     
  Christmas / New Year  
Sunday   31st December (23:45). Killin New Year Firework   Display. Falls of Dochart, Killin
Sunday   31st December (23:45). Comrie Hogmanay Flambeaux:   unique midnight torchlight procession; pipe band. Melville Square, Comrie
 

 

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