Troon Lawn Tennis Club’s AGM is this Friday, November 9 at 7.30pm in the clubhouse.
Afterwards the club’s elite of 2018 will be presented with their trophies. Open to all senior members.
The Rotary Club of Troon seeks participants for the first stage of the annual Young Musician Competition to be held at Marr College at 7pm on Wednesday November 28.
All students in full time education, age 17 or under on August 31 who live in Troon/ Barassie/ Dundonald are eligible. Forms from John Crerar on 01292 318550 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Wintertainment 2018 is looming a week on Sunday, November 18, parade leaving Templehill at 12.30pm.
The Graham triplets will be aboard a vintage Rolls Royce, suitable Royal transport.
Co- organiser George Mulveny said: “Events are on throughout the town and many shops will be open. Fairground attraction is at the car park, Lights switch on at Town Hall and lighting Beacon at 4.30pm.”
As usual the RNLI will host SANTA, heaving him ashore at 11.45am and popping him into his grotto at the Concert Hall. The RNLI Christmas Fayre runs noon till 4pm.
Bible Meetings are being held in The Cabin South Beach on Fridays from 7.30pm to 8.30pm.
The next meeting will take place on Friday November 9. The group running the meeting is nondenominational – Christians who love the simplicity of the teachings of Jesus and wish to share them with others. For more information contact 07989351546.
“An Afternoon with Alistair McDonald” - This musical event to be held in St Meddan’s Church Hall on Saturday November 10 is in aid of the Scottish Bible Society and has been organised by the Troon Action Group. Doors open 1.45 for a 2pm start. Tickets priced £ 6 from Words and Music.
The Next meeting of Troon Arts Society will be held in the Walker Hall on Monday November 12 at 1.15pm for a 1.30pm start. The lecture is by Anne Sebba and is entitled Les Parisiennes: How the Women of Paris lived and Died under Natzi Occupation.
The Autumn bird migration has begun with the onset of colder temperatures here in Troon. Bird watchers have enjoyed counting and identifying over one hundred Bean geese feeding and resting in the fields down from the village of Loans.
With snow forecast for Scandinavia and the north more flocks should be arriving in the next few weeks. Some will fly on to the reserves south of Dumfries but many should settle in and around Troon.
Carry on Sleuthing – A Death on the Ocean Wave - a live performance will be given in Troon Library on Wednesday November 14 at 7pm. The cast read the script as if on radio. Not to be missed Booking is essential – Tickets cost £ 8 from Troon Library.
The Troon Food Bank is needing supplies of tinned meat and fish, vegetables and main meals.
Collection point in Troon OldChurch Room 2, Tuesdays and Fridays 12noon until 2pm.