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October 2019
Free

Guided Glen Walk

October 9 @ 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Kilmartin Museum,

Discover what makes the ancient landscape of Kilmartin Glen so unique by joining our knowledgeable volunteer guides on a guided glen walk. Walks are free, just sign up at the Museum shop on the day. Alternatively we have 10 places that can be pre-booked by calling 01546 510278 (we are unable to accept bookings by email). To allow our guides to offer a high quality experience the number of participants on a guided walk is limited to 20 people. Kilmartin…

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Bronze Age Style Pottery

October 14 @ 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Kilmartin Museum,

As part of the Highland Festival of Archaeology we are running a Bronze Age Style Pottery workshop. You can discover more about Bronze Age pottery and create your own pot to take home. Session 1: 1.30 PM Session 2: 2.15 PM Session 3: 3.00 PM Please book Contact: education@kilmartin.org or 01546510278

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Guided Glen Walk

October 16 @ 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Kilmartin Museum,

Discover what makes the ancient landscape of Kilmartin Glen so unique by joining our knowledgeable volunteer guides on a guided glen walk. Walks are free, just sign up at the Museum shop on the day. Alternatively we have 10 places that can be pre-booked by calling 01546 510278 (we are unable to accept bookings by email). To allow our guides to offer a high quality experience the number of participants on a guided walk is limited to 20 people. Kilmartin…

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Free

Guided Glen Walk

October 23 @ 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Kilmartin Museum,

Discover what makes the ancient landscape of Kilmartin Glen so unique by joining our knowledgeable volunteer guides on a guided glen walk. Walks are free, just sign up at the Museum shop on the day. Alternatively we have 10 places that can be pre-booked by calling 01546 510278 (we are unable to accept bookings by email). To allow our guides to offer a high quality experience the number of participants on a guided walk is limited to 20 people. Kilmartin…

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“Spooktacular Halloween”

October 25 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Heart of Argyll Wildlife Organisation Visitor Centre, PA31 8SN + Google Map

Actives: • Competition for best Halloween costume made from recycled materials adult and child category • Please bring a fruit or vegetable to carve • Spooky Halloween trail • Halloween crafts • Ghostly bowling • Witches pot • Apple dooking Booking essential Session 1: 6.30-7.30pm Session 2: 7.30-8.30pm Email: education@kilmartin.org Telephone: 01546 510278 Free (donations welcome).

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FREE

‘SLEEPY CREATURES’ HALLOWEEN NATURE TRAIL AND ACTIVITIES FOR LITTLE ONES (6 YEARS AND UNDER)

October 26 @ 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Taynish National Nature Reserve, Tayvallich
by Lochgilphead, NR737 852 United Kingdom
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This event will be specifically aimed at the under 6 years of age group, offering little ones the opportunity to attend their very own ‘Halloween’ woodland event. The event will consist of: • A nature trail following animal footprints– All about the animals/amphibians and reptiles that are getting ready to hibernate. • Storytelling session • Halloween ‘squishy’ bags for little hands to explore • Autumn Leaf identification display • Hibernating animal ‘foods’ display • Hands On Activities that will include:…

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Free

Guided Glen Walk

October 30 @ 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Kilmartin Museum,

Discover what makes the ancient landscape of Kilmartin Glen so unique by joining our knowledgeable volunteer guides on a guided glen walk. Walks are free, just sign up at the Museum shop on the day. Alternatively we have 10 places that can be pre-booked by calling 01546 510278 (we are unable to accept bookings by email). To allow our guides to offer a high quality experience the number of participants on a guided walk is limited to 20 people. Kilmartin…

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November 2019
FREE

Winter Talk—Tertia Barnett -Scotland’s Rock Art Project (SCRAP)

November 14 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
“New Church” (previously called “The Living Stones”), Kilmartin + Google Map

Scotland’s Rock Art Project is a nation-wide programme working with communities across the country to record, research and raise awareness of prehistoric rock art. This talk will give an update on what the project has been doing since it began in 2017, focusing particularly on field work in Kilmartin.

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