25th May - 1st June - 'Iconic Birds of the Highlands' Conservation Week
Locations include Corrimony & Dundreggan
Trees for Life invite you to learn about the area's magnificent and rare bird species, and to take part in hands-on habitat restoration work. Visits include a black grouse lek at Corrimony
For full details and contact info visit: Trees for Life.
Sunday 2nd June - Strathglass Sessions
Glen Affric Bar 8pm
Fun, friendly and informal music and song session. From Traditional to contemporary we have go at just about anything. All abilities very welcome. Come along to join in or just to listen.
Contact Jess on 01456 415798 or go to: http://www.facebook.com/StrathglassSessions.
Sunday 16th June - Cannich Craft Day
Cannich Hall 11am - 3pm
Craft stalls (weaving, knitting, felting, ceramics, jewellery and more) demonstrations, home-baking, tea and coffee and soup. Free ceramic painting for children (2 workshops; 11.30-12.30 and 1.30-2.30) each workshop up to 10 children.
If you would like a stall or more information please contact Rosie on email@example.com or 01456 415454.
Saturday 29th June - Midsummer Dance Party
Cannich Village Hall 8pm-11.30pm
Live music from local band Single Track Road. Rock 'n Roll and great hits from the 50's, 60's and 70's. For full details see the Blog
Sunday 21st July - Mountain Magic (FCS)
Loch Beinn a’ Mheadhoin Car Park, Glen Affric 1.30 - 4.30pm
Bag some exercise and views of mountains on the historic track along the Allt na Imrich river. Hear some of the history and hopefully see some of the present inhabitants.
Sunday 28th July - Nature Detectives (FCS)
River Oich Car Park, Fort Augustus 11am - 1pm
Follow the trail to work out the clues to solve the mystery of what lives in the woods and how they live there. Family event. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Sunday 4th August - Dragons and Damsels (FCS)
Dog Falls Car Park, Glen Affric 1.30 - 4pm
Do you know your damsels from your dragonflies? Walk to Coire Loch to look for and find out about the lives of these amazing insects. Wear wellies and midge hood. Weather permitting.
Sunday 25th August - Coire Loch Walk (FCS)
Dog Falls Car Park, Glen Affric 10.30am - 1.30pm
Can’t see the wood for the trees? Go for a walk to have a closer look at the pinewoods. Hear about the conservation of this National Nature Reserve and what makes Glen Affric so special.
Sunday 15th September - Lord Tweedmouth Walk (FCS)
Plodda Falls Car Park, near Tomich 1.30 - 3.30pm
Walk in the footsteps of Lord Tweedmouth to see the legacy of his trees, compare with modern forestry, hear some of the history of his estate and what lives there now.
FCS denotes events organised by Forestry Commission Scotland