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Alan Braidwood Alan Braidwood | 16:49 UK time, Friday, 29 June 2012

FRIDAY 29TH JUNE
CONCERT
Kilmelford - Cuilfail Hotel - Archie McAllister - 7.30pm

SATURDAY 30TH JUNE
CLASS
Dundee, Wighton Centre, Dundee Central Library - Gaelic Song Class with Wilma Kennedy - 10am
Dundee, Wighton Centre, Dundee Central Library - Whistle with Helen Forbes - 12:30pm
Dundee, Wighton Centre, Dundee Central Library - Harp with Simon Chadwick - 2pm

MONDAY 2ND JULY
Accordion and Fiddle Club
Coldingham - Crosslaw Caravan Park - John Renton - 7.30pm


CLASS
Carnoustie - British Legion - RSCDS Class - 7.30pm

St Andrews, SCD Club - live music from Dierdre Adamson on Accordion (learners welcome) - 7:30pm

FOLK CLUB
Glenfarg - Glenfarg Hotel - 8.30pm

TUESDAY 3RD JULY
CLASS
Dundee, Wighton Centre, Dundee Central Library - Scots Song - suitable for beginners - 2pm

CONCERT
Dunkeld - Little Dunkeld Kirk - Alastair Savage with Euan Drysdale - 7.30pm

Folk Club
Edinburgh - Victoria Park House Hotel - Keiran Halpin- 7.30pm


WEDNESDAY 4TH JULY

Accordion and Fiddle Club
Glenfarg - Village Hall - Maggie Adamson - 8pm

CLASS
Fife - Kenoway Community School - Accordion Class - George Lawrie - 7-9pm - *Tickets £5.60/half price first lesson*
Midlem - Village Hall - Live Music - Old Time Class (GB Scott) - 8-10pm - *Tickets £2*

RSCDS Summer Social
Aberdeen - Curl Aberdeen - 7.30pm

THURSDAY 5TH JULY
Accordion and Fiddle Club
Lewis and Harris - Sea Angling Club, Stornoway - Allan McIntosh Duo - 8pm

Turriff - Commercial Hotel , Cuminestown - Guest TBC - 7.30pm

CLASS
Penicuik - Town Hall - Ceilidh Class - 8-9:30pm - *Tickets £2.90/£1.50*


SUMMER FESTIVALS

29th, 30th and 12st July
Newcastleton Traditional Music Festival
Featuring two dances, competitions and sessions - Newcastleton.com 29th June and 1st July - Isle of Gigha Music Festival
5th July - 8th July
Stonehaven Folk festival - Stonehaven Folk Festival

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