Curry Supper in the Victoria Hall
Cromarty & Resolis Lifeboat Guild
7.00 for 7.30pm
Tickets priced at £12.50 available from Ingrid's House, Church Street
Raffle and quiz
nother opportunity to view many of the CROMARTY TREESCAPES etchings by Ian Westacott, previously exhibited in the Stables in July & August.
Saturday 13th October, 10.00am - 3.00pm
Old Brewery, Cromarty
Stunning, original prints for sale depicting the great elm and chestnut trees of Cromarty Estate. Beautiful exhibition catalogues, £5 each, also for sale - make excellent Christmas gifts!
FORAGED ART WORKSHOP with THOMAS KEYES
13 and 14 October from 10.00a,–4.30pm each day
The Stables, Cromarty
Expand your creative practice by learning how to identify, source and process materials from nature. Participants are welcome to work on a final piece or just to experiment in a relaxing atmosphere. A piece of roe deer parchment will be supplied to work on.
No experience necessary. Bring suitable clothing to spend some time outdoors.
£130 (includes lunches)
For more information: www.thomaskeyes.co.uk
Booking: firstname.lastname@example.org/01381 600354
Improvers Sewing Masterclass
Saturday and Sunday, 13 and 14 October
The Old Brewery
This masterclass is suitable for those who have completed the Beginners Sewing weekend or people who are looking to improve their sewing skills.
This masterclass will help you gain confidence in sewing zips, buttonholes, bias binding and understanding sewing terms in patterns. After this course you will be able to apply these different techniques to all those projects you have lined up!
More info to follow soon...
£100 — includes tea & coffee and most materials. Please bring a packed lunch each day
We require 25% deposit to reserve your place — email (email@example.com) or tel 01381 600354.
Cromarty Community Market
Victoria Hall, Cromarty
Second Saturday of the month (except for January)
Come to the monthly market in the Victoria Hall for local produce, meat and fish, baked goods, crafts. Lunches are provided by a different community group each month.
It's Apple Pressing time again at the Community Market on Saturday 13th October. Please wash your apples (windfalls are fine to use) and bring your own bottles - small plastic ones are better than glass if you want to freeze the juice. We'll help you cut your apples up and then make delicious juice. Surprisingly, cooking apples also produce lovely sweet juice, so you don't have to stick to dessert varieties.