Feeling blue now Christmas & Hogmanay is over? Looking into January with no fun in sight? Wanting something to look forward to and an excuse to finish up all the leftover booze in the house? Then look no further: Sat 18 Jan at 7.30 at the hall is quiz night!
Abernethy Music will be hosting it’s inaugural French Dance in Scotland event at Williamson Hall on the 8 February. An afternoon workshop followed by a Grand Bal du Plein Hiver (that’s Grand Winter Ball for those of you without google translate enabled) – a chance to learn a new dance tradition and whirl the night away afterwards! If it’s anything like their ceilidhs it will be a “grand” night indeed.
More information and booking details at http://abernethymusic.com/
Like a bit of mountain biking? Looking to try something new? Want a good event out and around Abernethy AND fancy a bargain entry fee? On Sat 16 Nov the Williamson Hall is being used as a base for a Scottish Mountain Bike Orienteering Event. Special £1 entry for 1st 50 Riders!
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If you’re looking for a good night out and the chance to support a great cause then you’ll not want to miss this. Last year’s ceilidh was a cracker, and the Blackford Fiddlers and the Tartan Tap will be back on the 23 Nov. Tickets will sell fast so get yours quick!
Remember this Saturday is Garden Day at the Hall. Any donations of home baking or home made / grown produce very gratefully accepted – please drop off at the hall between 9.30am – 11am on Saturday morning. Also if you have any unwanted or unused jam jars, demijohns, or anything related to preserving then please also bring those along – chance to clear out your cupboards and recycle! Tickets are still available for the ceilidh in the evening. Should be a great night in aid of a fantastic community project. For info and / or tickets contact email@example.com – £8 per head and BYOB.
Abernethy Playgroup – Play Manager Wanted
Play Manager wanted to work Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings 9am – 12.30pm during term time. We are looking for someone who will have responsibility for the provision of a warm, caring and welcoming environment in which children will be given plenty of opportunity to learn, develop and explore through play. Also able to take responsibility for planning sessions and be able to manage, encourage and develop other members of staff. The successful applicant will be qualified to SVQ Level 3 in Care Learning and Development or an HNC in Care Learning and Development (or equivalent) and be prepared to undertake additional training as necessary to allow him/her to register as a manager, Lead Practitioner with the Scottish Social Services Council.
For further information and an application pack please contact Marie Donnachie on 850699.
There is a small charge of £2.50 per family per week (regardless of how many children you bring) this includes a healthy snack for the children, tea/coffee and a biscuit for the adults, cost of the hall rental and contribution towards upkeep of toys. We offer a taster session which is FREE.
Activities are informal and fun, appropriate to the ages of the little ones present on the day and may include; trikes and cars, trampoline and slide, ball pool, dressing up, musical and sensory play. We have bouncer seats and baby gyms for very little ones.
If you require further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or just come along on the day!