AN ART exhibition will be held in Port Appin Hall until Saturday July 29. The Appin Art Group exhibition will be open six days a week, excluding Sundays, from 10.30am to 6pm. Admission is free.
THE LIME Tree Gallery will be hosting a Liz Myhill summer exhibition at the hotel. The exhibition will run until Monday July 31, seven days a week, from 10am to 10pm. Admission is free.
MEMBERS of St Andrew’s Church, Colyton, Devon, will be coming to Fort William later this month to complete the Three Peaks Challenge.
They will also sing at a service in a church in each area. The group is tackling Ben Nevis on Tuesday July 25 and singing in Duncansburgh Macintosh Church at 2pm that day. They are raising money for Young Minds. The service will include an anthem specially written for the occasion, Walk with me, O
Lord, which highlights physical challenges and mental health issues.
THE LATEST gig from notfor-profit community events group CREEL will see Colonsay singer, songwriter and guitarist Donald MacNeill playing a concert with guitarist Roberto Diana, from Sardinia.
The duo, together with Jen MacNeill and Giulia Cartasegna, are touring and performing their latest album, Timeline. CREEL is delighted Caol is one of the stops on their tour. They will be at the community centre on Friday July 21 at 7.30pm for 8pm. Tickets are £9. For more information about CREEL and to book tickets, email firstname.lastname@example.org
PETER Bruntnell will be playing Glenuig Hall on Friday July 28. The singer songwriter will be accompained by Iain Sloan on pedal steel/guitar and Danny Williams on double bass. Special guests will be Sadie Jemmett and Glenuig's Ali Begg. Tickets are £10, under 18s £8, available from www. glenuig.org.uk
FORT William Town Team is looking for helpers to weed Belford Gardens. The team has put in a new fence and stone edging in the Belford Gardens in the last few months, but the weeds are growing fast. A weeding session will be held on Sunday July 23 from 2- 4pm. If you are able to attend, contact Sue on email@example.com
The Simpson's Memorial Box Appeal (SiMBA) 2017 butterfly release will be held on Saturday August 12 in Glen Nevis, starting at 11.30am.
Butterflies (painted ladies) must be ordered by Friday July 28. No butterflies will be available to buy on the day. This year is about child loss, not just the loss of a baby, so the lives of all children lost can be marked and celebrated.
The event will include music by Ingrid Henderson, crafts, face painting and butterfly glitter tattoos for children, followed by refreshments.
The event gives people the chance to gather in beautiful surroundings and remember the beauty of children alongside others who have lost a baby or child.
For more information on what SiMBA can offer and to order butterflies call Leah Whyte on 07482 724461 or firstname.lastname@example.org or search Fort William Butterfly Release on Facebook.