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Blairgowrie Advertiser - - THE WEEKEND TICKET -

SEPTEM­BER 11-22 - Blair­gowrie and Alyth Adult Ed­u­ca­tion As­so­ci­a­tion, ex­hi­bi­tion of au­tumn classes at Cre­ate@Nest, Re­form Street, Blair­gowrie. 20 - Ex­er­cise class for over 60s, Wharn­cliffe Hall, Newtyle, 10am, £4. 20 - Clu­nie Hall Knit and Nat­ter, Clu­nie Hall, 2-4pm. All wel­come. 21 - Ex­er­cise class for over 60s, Blair­gowrie Town Hall, 11.15am, £3.50. 22 - Ericht Scot­tish Coun­try Dance Group Char­ity Dance in aid of the Free­dom Coach As­so­ci­a­tion, 7.30pm, Blair­gowrie Town Hall. Mu­sic by Frank Thom­son. Tick­ets £6 which in­cludes sup­per. Contact Jan McHugh on 01250 870975 for more in­for­ma­tion. 23 - Blair­gowrie Com­mu­nity Mar­ket, Wellmeadow, 10am - 3pm. Lo­cal arts and crafts and pro­duc­ers. In­for­ma­tion stand. For in­for­ma­tion or to book a stall, contact Sue Cole on email sue@nscde­sign.com or 01828 640764 or see www. strath­more­glens.org 24 - Clu­nie Hall au­tumn ta­ble top sale, 10am-1pm, en­try free. Home bak­ing, bric-a-brac, books, plants, house­hold bits and bobs. Ta­bles avail­able for £10 and £5, please call An­gela Jeffs on 01350 724237 to book. 24 - Strath­more Screen com­mu­nity cin­ema, Blair­gowrie Town Hall. Cap­tain Un­der­pants: The First Epic Movie (U) at 3pm and Tommy’s Hon­our (PG) at 7pm. Tick­ets on sale from Mitchell’s Newsagents on Blair­gowrie High Street and the Ca­lutek store in Rat­tray, priced £6.50 for adults, £5.50 con­ces­sions and £5 for chil­dren. Fam­ily tick­ets – for one adult and up to three chil­dren or two adults and two chil­dren – are £21. Doors open 30 min­utes prior to each film. Re­fresh­ments and home bak­ing avail­able. 25 - Alyth Se­nior Cit­i­zens’ Lunch and So­cial­is­ing Club, lunch, Air­lie St Hall, 12.30pm. 26 - Special Treats Lunch Club, Royal Ho­tel, noon. Contact Shonaidh Beat­tie on 01250 870525 or email shocar­jen@bt­in­ter­net.com for more in­for­ma­tion. 26 - Blair­gowrie High School par­ent coun­cil meet­ing, Blair­gowrie High School, Beeches Road, 6pm. All par­ents and car­ers of learn­ers at­tend­ing Blair­gowrie High School wel­come to at­tend. 27 - Ex­er­cise class for over 60s, Wharn­cliffe Hall, Newtyle, 10am, £4. 27 - Blair­gowrie Probus Club mee­tong, An­gus Ho­tel, Blair­gowrie, 10.30am. Speaker will be Dr Martin Hep­worth on the Pre­ston Bank Fraud and the City of Glas­gow Bank Col­lapse 1879. 27 - Craft n Craic monthly craft meet­ing, St Catharine’s Hall, Ge­orge Street, Blair­gowrie, 7-9pm. Meet other crafters, get help with a project or en­joy crafty chat over a cuppa. Ev­ery­one wel­come. £2. 27 - Blair­gowrie and District Civic Trust meet­ing, Adult Re­source Cen­tre, 7.30pm, with speaker David F Wil­son on the beauty of dry stone walls and stone sculp­ture. 27 - Blair­gowrie Scot­tish Coun­try Dance Club, 7.30pm, Blair­gowrie Town Hall. £20 per ses­sion or £4 per evening. 28 - Ex­er­cise class for over 60s, Blair­gowrie Town Hall, 11.15am, £3.50. 28 - Bur­rel­ton and Wood­side Se­nior Club, Cargill Bur­rel­ton Church Hall, 2pm. Entertainment will be by Jane Campbell. New mem­bers very wel­come. 29 - Blair­gowrie and Rat­tray Time Bank, 10am to 11.30am, Rat­tray Com­mu­nity Con­nect. Come along and find out more about getting in­vlved with the time bank or how its vol­un­teers can help you. 30 - Blair­gowrie and District Ram­blers, Bal­muick and Brae­fordie, Com­rie, nine miles, Grade B. For more in­for­ma­tion tele­phone 01250872005. 29 - Ballin­tuim Hall bas­ket whist drive, 7.30pm. All wel­come. Pro­ceeds in aid of hall funds. 30 - Blair­gowrie Play­ers mur­der mys­tery evening, The Curse of the Wil­loughby Di­a­mond, Murthly Vil­lage Hall at 7.30pm. Tick­ets £8, avail­able from The Card Gallery, Blair­gowrie, tele­phone O1250 876444, Nisa in Murthly, and on the door.

OC­TO­BER 2 - River­side Methodist Church (Blair­gowrie and Rat­tray) monthly cof­fee morn­ing, Wellmeadow Cafe, Gas Brae, 10-11.30am. All wel­come. 3 - Special Treats Lunch Club, Royal Ho­tel, noon. Contact Shonaidh Beat­tie on 01250 870525 or email shocar­jen@bt­in­ter­net.com for more in­for­ma­tion. 3 - St Anne’s Ec­u­meni­cal Lunch Club, noon, Church Hall, Coupar An­gus. Soup, toasties, cheese, bis­cuits, tea and cof­fee. £2.50. 3-14 Com­mon Ground ex­hi­bi­tion, The Barony, Commercial Street, Alyth un­til Sun­day, Oc­to­ber 8, then at the Wellmeadow Cafe, Gas Brae, Blair­gowrie un­til Satur­day, Oc­to­ber 14. Part of the Cat­eran’s Com­mon Wealth ini­tia­tive. See new aerial pho­to­graphs of the Cat­eran Trail from Perth and Kin­ross Her­itage Trust and tex­tile work by lo­cal groups and pri­mary school chil­dren who worked with one of Scot­land’s fore­most con­tem­po­rary tex­tile artists Deirdre Nel­son. The Barony is open 10am to 6pm, Tues­day to Satur­day, 10am to 4pm Sun­day. The Wellmeadow Cafe is open 9.30am to 3pm Tues­day to Satur­day. 4 - Blethers meet­ing, 10am to noon, the Royal Ho­tel, Blair­gowrie. A chance to look at old pho­to­graphs of the area and chat over a cuppa. 4 - Ex­er­cise class for over 60s, Wharn­cliffe Hall, Newtyle, 10am, £4. 4 - Blair­gowrie Scot­tish Coun­try Dance Club, 7.30pm, Blair­gowrie Town Hall. £20 per ses­sion or £4 per evening. 5 - Ex­er­cise class for over 60s, Blair­gowrie Town Hall, 11.15am, £3.50. 5 - Alyth Parish Church Guild ‘Travel Films to Make you Go’ by Ken and Jean McRon­ald, Alyth Parish Church (Lower Hall). 2pm. All wel­come. 6 - Blair­gowrie and District Hill­walk­ing Club, slide night, Blair­gowrie Golf Club, 7.30pm. See the web­site at www.bdhc.org.uk for more in­for­ma­tion or contact meet sec­re­tary on email meets@bdhc.org. uk to con­firm at­ten­dance. 6 - Blair­gowrie and District Tre­foil Guild meet­ing, 7.30pm, St Catharine’s Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, Blair­gowrie. Speaker David McGovern on Rock Art. Any­one in­ter­ested in main­tain­ing or re­new­ing their links with Girl­guid­ing by join­ing the Tre­foil Guild is very wel­come to at­tend a meet­ing. For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion contact the chair­man, Chris­tian Hill on tele­phone 01250 872541. 6 - Clu­nie Hall As­so­ci­a­tion, whist drive, Clu­nie Hall. 7.30pm. All wel­come. 6-7 - BOOKMARK Fes­ti­val, Blair­gowrie Com­mu­nity Cam­pus. Fea­tur­ing award­win­ning nov­el­ists Christo­pher Brook­myre and Rachel Crowther, Bloody Scot­land crime writ­ing fes­ti­val co-founder Lin An­der­son, former MP Alan John­son, Great Bri­tish Bake Off con­tes­tant Flora Shed­den, Martin Bell OBE and former Ed­in­burgh Makar Ron But­lin. Tick­ets avail­able now from Blair­gowrie Li­brary, tele­phone 01250 871305, Water­stones in Perth, tele­phone 01738 630013 or online at www. book­mark­blair.com. 8 - Ceilidh at the Royal Ho­tel, Blair­gowrie, 2-5pm. Mu­sic by Gor­don Pat­tullo and friends. En­try £5 inc stovies. For more in­for­ma­tion call 01250 872226. 8 - Blair­gowrie Play­ers present The Ar­row, a play by Robert Mercer Nairne that tells the story of the Rat­tray Sil­ver Ar­row and its res­cue from be­ing auc­tioned and the sub­se­quent con­tro­versy over its own­er­ship. Part of the Bookmark Fes­ti­val. Blair­gowrie Town Hall. Doors open 1.30pm. Tick­ets £10 which in­cludes af­ter­noon tea. 9-15 - It’s BRAW fes­ti­val, Blair­gowrie and Rat­tray Arts Week. Arts and crafts work­shops at var­i­ous lo­ca­tions and two day art ex­hi­bi­tion at Rat­tray Hall, Bal­moral Road. Fur­ther de­tails to fol­low. 9 - Coupar An­gus and Ben­dochy Com­mu­nity Coun­cil meet­ing, coun­cil cham­bers, Coupar An­gus Town Hall, 7pm. Ev­ery­one wel­come to at­tend and raise and have a say on is­sues that af­fect them in the town. 10 - Special Treats Lunch Club, Royal Ho­tel, noon. Contact Shonaidh Beat­tie on 01250 870525 or email shocar­jen@bt­in­ter­net.com for more in­for­ma­tion. 10 - Blair­gowrie Bowl­ing Club whist drive, 2pm, club­house, Lochy Ter­race. Ev­ery­one wel­come, no ex­pe­ri­ence nec­es­sary. £2 which in­cludes tea and cof­fee and tasty bites. Any­one wish­ing to be picked up should contact El­speth Campbell on 01250 876543. 11 - Ex­er­cise class for over 60s, Wharn­cliffe Hall, Newtyle, 10am, £4. 11 - Blair­gowrie Scot­tish Coun­try Dance Club, 7.30pm, Blair­gowrie Town Hall. £20 per ses­sion or £4 per evening. 11 - Drim­mieburn and Meik­leour SWI, 7pm, St Cather­ine’s Cen­tre, Ge­orge Street, Blair­gowrie. New mem­bers made es­pe­cially wel­come. For more in­for­ma­tion please contact sec­re­tary Kay Smith on 01250 872440. 12 - Ex­er­cise class for over 60s, Blair­gowrie Town Hall, 11.15am, £3.50. 12 - Blair­gowrie and Rat­tray Com­mu­nity Coun­cil meet­ing, 7pm, Adult Re­source Cen­tre, Jessie Street. Ev­ery­one wel­come. 14 - Abbey Church Au­tumn Fair, 10am to 2pm. En­try £2 for adults, in­clud­ing re­fresh­ments, chil­dren free when ac­com­pa­nied by an adult. Soup on sale 29 - Strath­more Screen com­mu­nity cin­ema, Blair­gowrie Town Hall. The Jun­gle Bunch (U) at 4pm and Vic­to­ria and Ab­dul (PG) at 7pm. Tick­ets on sale from Mitchell’s Newsagents on Blair­gowrie High Street and the Ca­lutek store in Rat­tray, priced £6.50 for adults, £5.50 con­ces­sions and £5 for chil­dren. Fam­ily tick­ets – for one adult and up to three chil­dren or two adults and two chil­dren – are £21. Doors open 30 min­utes prior to each film. Re­fresh­ments and home bak­ing avail­able. 31 - Special Treats Lunch Club, Royal Ho­tel, noon. Contact Shonaidh Beat­tie on 01250 870525 or email shocar­jen@bt­in­ter­net.com for more in­for­ma­tion. 31 - St Anne’s Ec­u­meni­cal Lunch Club, noon, Church Hall, Coupar An­gus. Soup, toasties, cheese, bis­cuits, tea and cof­fee. £2.50.

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