Planning is well under way for our 10th Anniversary Festival, this year. Here is a sneak preview of the front cover of the brochure… Exciting events to be announced very soon!
The 3 Harbours Arts Festival has opened registration for artists, events and venues for participation in our 2015 festival. The closing date for registrations is the 31st December 2014. Forms can be found on the Registration 2015 page.
V28 Chalmers Memorial Church, Gosford Road 14.00 – 16.00 Open Doors V4 Preston Lodge Rugby Club, Prestongrange Road 14.00 Kleyne Klezmer V8 The Prestoungrange Gothenburg 14.30 Clarks Community Choir V3 Samuel Burns & Sons, Woodend, Prestongrange 14.30 — 17.00 The Domestics. Sponsored by Samuel Burns & Co.
V12 Prestonpans Community Centre, Preston Road 11.00 Ah’ll chum ye hame, by Rita Bradd 14.00 Scottish-West Indian historical connections, by Sir Geoff Palmer 15.45 – 17.00 Three Women V28 Chalmers Memorial Church, Gosford Road 14.00 Open Doors V3 Samuel Burns & Sons, Woodend, Prestongrange 11.00 and 15.00 Sam Burn’s Charwomen 11.30 and 14.45 Upcycling Demonstration V29 Chalmers Memorial Church Hall, Gosford Road 13.00 Sonsie Sangs V25 Thorntree...
V28 Chalmers Memorial Church 14.00 – 16.00 Open Doors V8 The Prestoungrange Gothenburg 21.00 — 23.00 Live Music in the bar
V12 Prestonpans Community Centre, Preston Road 12.30 Jacobites in the Scottish Diaspora Tapestry, by Arran Johnston 13.30 The Men who went far far away, by Ian Leith 14.30 From David Livingstone to Jack McConnell: 150 years of Scotland’s connection with Malawi, by Dr Jack Thompson V28 Chalmers Memorial Church 14.00 – 16.00 Open Doors V11 Prestongrange Parish Church, Kirk...
V12 Prestonpans Community Centre, Preston Road Life on The Bendigo and Gabriel’s Gully Goldfields from 1853, by Rosemary Farmer: 12.30 V28 Chalmers Memorial Church Open Doors: 14.00 – 16.00 V12 Prestonpans Community Centre, Preston Road Threads of our Past: 13.30 — 14.30 V32 The Store, 1A Wemyss Place Nathan Priestley: 19.30
Showing the Tapestry to the Diaspora 2015/2016, by Dr Gordon Prestoungrange V12 Prestonpans Community Centre, Preston Road 14.00 Open Doors V28 Chalmers Memorial Church 14.00 – 16.00 A Port Seton family – Songs and tales from 1881 V23 Auld Kirk, High Street 19.30 – 20.30
Pop into venue 27 and and say hi, and enjoy the quirky sculpture, and great paintings on display and don’t forget about the Children’s Trail Quiz. Copies of the quiz can be picked up in any of the ‘open houses’. Two prizes are on offer!
Come along to Venue 13, Prestonpans Open all of next weekend 11am — 5pm. The Cricket Pavillion next to the swimming pool.
7 June at 11:00–15:45 Venue 3, Samuel Burns and Sons, Woodend, Prestongrange, Prestonpans. The ‘Pans answer to Kim & Aggie, otherwise known as Ros and Caroline, will be down at Sam Burn’s Yard on Saturday 7th June. Pop by to hear the tales they tell. STORYTELLING 11.00 & 15.00. Also Fiona Lambert of Redesign Network giving...
Sponsored by Samuel Burns & Co.
Thursday 5th June at Prestonpans Library Come along and help make our “Highland Coo” hairy using materials from Scrapstore. Have a cup of tea or coffee and see what the library has to offer while you are with us. 2.30 to 4.30 (schools only 2.00 to 2.30) The Prestonpans Library, West Loan, Prestonpans EH32 9NX...
Venue V10 7 Kirk Street, Mill Wynd, Prestonpans, EH32 9EA