Society: Upcoming events in Aberdeenshire

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Your weekly roundup of events taking place across the Northeast.

Upcoming events this weekend are subject to weather conditions – so please check with the organisers.

Colleston Do you have unused seed packets lying around that you’re unlikely to plant? Bring them to the Seed Exchange in Colston.

If you want to try something new, come and see what you can find. There will be seed potatoes available from One Seed Forward and compost using worming advice from Newburgh Worms.

Colston Community Centre, Sunday 12th March 1.30pm – 3.30pm.

torref Friends of the Den is hosting a free all-ages event at Haughs on Saturday March 11th at 1pm. Come and grow your own wildflowers for pollinators, take them home to grow, and then plant them wherever you want – whether at home, in a den, or anywhere you can imagine! Children must be accompanied by an adult. Please text 07967 341591 to book.

Inch – BLC Family Quiz Night at 7 p.m. Tickets are £3 for adults, £2 for children from four teams and can be purchased at the door.

torref – The Connecting with Communities mobile food cart will be back in Turreff next Wednesday 15th March in St Andrew’s Church car park from 11am-12pm.

alpha – BOND – An unauthorized pardon stares at Gavin Robertston and sees someone is out to get Bond as he faces his greatest enemy, his own creator at Alvah Parish Hall, Thursday 16th March at 7.30pm. Tickets from

torref – The Corps hosts a coffee morning for the Northeast Chapter of the Gordon Highlanders Association from 10 a.m. to noon. Entry is £3 for adults and £1 for children.

torref Turriff Bowling Club is hosting soup and sweets at the club on Saturday March 11th from noon to 2pm. Entry is £5.

Inverurie – Inverurie Pride at the Town Hall from 1-5pm on Saturday 11th March – There will be live music throughout, charity advice/information and a children’s area. More information from

Gartley – CUA is playing Tin Hut on Saturday, March 11th at 8pm. Tickets £12 from Orb Bookshop, Huntly.

Gordon Noble will be speaking about his latest book at Elon
Gordon Noble will be speaking about his latest book at Elon

Which color – Ellon and the District Historical Society present a conversation with Professor Gordon Noble at the Ellon Legion (Victoria Hall) on Tuesday 14th March at 7.30pm about his latest book, Picts Scourge of the North. Ticket price is £3.

Longhaven – MSP Gillian Martin will host a surgery consultation at Longhaven Community Hall on Saturdays from 11am-12pm. If you have any constituency issues that you think they can help you with, please visit the site.

Kamnai – Inverurie and Alford Cats Protection will be holding a sale at Kemnay Village Hall on Saturday, March 11th from 2pm-4pm. Entry is £1 or cat food is donated.

Monimsk – The movie date in Monymusk has been changed from March 11th to Saturday the 18th. Since the DVD of “Living,” a movie starring Bill Nighy, isn’t released to the public until March 14th, they won’t be showing a movie on March 11th but a movie will be shown. ‘Living’ is on Saturday 18th March as usual, doors open at 7pm and the movie starts at 7.30pm.

Inverurie — Inspire By Inverurie at Hopeville Social Club in a fashion show on Friday, March 17.

torref – Turriff Rotary is hosting a fun night at Tractor Pulling in Kastile on Saturday 11th March at 7.30pm. Ticket prices £10 including ovens from 07977 067788.

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