Saturday, 15 April 2017
HUGGY BEAR plays to help Kirkton Hall!
Kirkton Hall is aiming to have a big dance night on Saturday April 22nd to help strengthen their funds – which have been working hard this year!
The music for the evening is being supplied by very popular local band, HUGGY BEAR, who will have the hall rocking to sounds from the sixties right through to the noughties. A licensed bar will be on hand to slake the thirst of the dancers.
Kirkton Hall is a very busy place, hosting events and activities on every week day, with private hires appearing on many weekends. Whether it’s Pilates, Tai Chi, Badminton, Bowls or Old Time Dancing that sparks your fancy, Kirkton Hall is the place to come. The fabric of the hall, of course, is always requiring of attention and, this year, window refurbishment, front steps upgrade and interior redecoration are on the agenda. Hence the need for a good fundraiser.
The hall always provides a very warm, welcoming atmosphere on “events evenings” and it will really shine on Huggy Bear dance night. The fun begins at 7.30pm
Monday, 10 April 2017
An important community date for your diary – Saturday 22nd April – A busy day in Kirkmahoe, two opportunities to catch up with friends and neighbours (and incidentally contribute to local projects).
1)Discover Kirkmahoe are hosting a fund raising Daffodil Tea/Coffee Morning and Table Top Sale in Kirkton Village Hall at 10.30 – 13.30. Crafts, bric-a-brac, collectibles, preserves etc and a raffle will be available as well as tea, coffee and home baking. Come along and join us for a fun morning.
Money raised will go towards a book of local walks which will be distributed free of charge to Kirkmahoe households, and hopefully to allow us to provide benches and bird and bat boxes at a few locations on the walks.
Admission is 50p for adults and free for children. Refreshments - tea/coffee/cold drink, and a selection of cakes and scones is £2.
2) Dance to popular live local band ‘Huggy Bear’ who will be playing at Kirkton Hall from 7.30pm till late. You are guaranteed a great night with music from the 60’s to the present; and if you’re not up for dancing why not just come and listen?
Licenced bar and raffle with fabulous prizes. Money raised will help towards a proposed refurbishment of the Hall.
Tickets £5 in advance, £6 on the door available from Terry Howat (01387 710903) or David Muir (01387 71026)
3) Also the next Kirkmahoe Community Council meeting is on Wednesday 19th April at 7.30pm in Dalswinton Hall,agenda and minutes attached.
Please forward this information to anyone who you think might be interested
Secretary Kirkmahoe CC
Wednesday, 5 April 2017
It is sad for us to report that the crocuses we planted with the children do not seem to have their flowers which should now be dying back and are necessary for enrichment of the bulb for next year.Many would appear to have been trampled on.