Saturday 3rd + Sunday 4th June, 11am-2pm, Free

Boats, Rail­ways and Planes!
Coal, Galas & Fish

The Har­bour, Port Seton

Pop-up Exhi­bi­tion.
A col­lec­tion of pho­tographs and a wee bit of his­to­ry.

Find out more about the har­bours of Mor­risons Haven, Cocken­zie & Port Seton at our pop up exhi­bi­tion. This is an out­door exhi­bi­tion which is weath­er depen­dent.

Saturday 3rd June, 2.30pm, Free

Orange Blue Poet­ry and Music
Pre­ston­pans Com­mu­ni­ty Cen­tre, Pre­ston Road, Pre­ston­pans EH32 9QS

Poet­ry | Music
Fol­low­ing suc­cess in the Edin­burgh Fes­ti­val Fringe, Carl John invites you to Orange Blue, a mix­ture of strange­ly beau­ti­ful mys­te­ri­ous poet­ry, move­ment and haunt­ing music. Pos­si­ble guest per­form­ers to be announced.

www.thesecretvenue.co.uk

Sunday 4th June, 10am, Free

Coal, Blood and Salt:
1722 Wag­gonway Guid­ed Walk

Meet at the bat­tle view­point at Mead­owmill Sports Cen­tre. The walk is 1.5 miles, fin­ish­ing at Cocken­zie Har­bour.

Guid­ed Walk.
Join Ed Bethune & Arran John­ston for a guid­ed walk of Scotland’s first rail­way, the 1722 Wag­gonway. Learn about the coal car­ried by the wag­gonway to sup­ply the salt pans at Cocken­zie & Port Seton to the events of the 21st Sep­tem­ber 1745 when Jaco­bites clashed with Gov­ern­ment forces in the fields to the east of Pre­ston­pans.

www.coastalregenerationalliance.org/get-involved/waggonway-project/

Tues 6th + Thurs 8th June, 11am-3pm, Free

His­to­ry of the Har­bours:
Cocken­zie to Port Seton

Meet at Cocken­zie Old Parish Church Hall, 44 High Street, Cocken­zie EH32 0DG

Walk­ing Tour.
Join Archie John­ston in a walk­ing tour from the old har­bour at Cocken­zie to Port Seton Har­bour. Find out about the his­to­ry of the har­bours and the salt­pans from Archie, a local fish­er­man with exten­sive knowl­edge of the area.

Friday 9th June, 6.30–8.30pm, Free

Com­mu­ni­ty Gath­er­ing
Port Seton Com­mu­ni­ty Cen­tre, South Seton Park EH32 0BG

Com­mu­ni­ty Event.
The Cen­tre is hold­ing a Com­mu­ni­ty Gath­er­ing on Fri­day 9th June 6.30–8.30pm. This is a chance for peo­ple to come togeth­er, meet oth­ers, share food and enjoy what the groups at Port Seton Com­mu­ni­ty Cen­tre have to offer.

www.portsetoncentre.org.uk

Saturday 10th + Sunday 11th June, 11am-2pm, Free

Boats, Rail­ways and Planes!
Coal, Galas & Fish

The Har­bour, Port Seton

Pop-up Exhi­bi­tion.
A col­lec­tion of pho­tographs and a wee bit of his­to­ry.

Find out more about the har­bours of Mor­risons Haven, Cocken­zie & Port Seton at our pop up exhi­bi­tion. This is an out­door exhi­bi­tion which is weath­er depen­dent.

Saturday 10th + Sunday 11th June, 11am-5pm, Free

Pre­ston­pans Mur­al Week­end
Cuthill Park, Pre­ston­grange Road, Pre­ston­pans EH32 9SL

Murals.
Come along to Cuthill park to see select­ed artists paint a mur­al in a week­end.

Saturday 10th June, 2.30pm, Free

Orange Blue Poet­ry and Music
Pre­ston­pans Com­mu­ni­ty Cen­tre, Pre­ston Road, Pre­ston­pans EH32 9QS

Poet­ry | Music
Fol­low­ing suc­cess in the Edin­burgh Fes­ti­val Fringe, Carl John invites you to Orange Blue, a mix­ture of strange­ly beau­ti­ful mys­te­ri­ous poet­ry, move­ment and haunt­ing music. Pos­si­ble guest per­form­ers to be announced.

www.thesecretvenue.co.uk

Saturday 10th June, 2pm/3pm/4pm, Adults £2, Children £1

We’re going’ on oor sum­mer hol­i­days’
The Prestoun­grange Gothen­burg, 227–229 High Street, Pre­ston­pans EH32 9BE

Ses­sions approx 30 mins long.
Catch­ing the Past with The Time Trav­ellers. Cel­e­brate how we used to go on hol­i­day. Where did we go? What did we pack?  See the exhi­bi­tion and share sto­ries. Cap­ture your vis­it with a pho­to­graph tak­en at our com­e­dy cutout board. Chil­dren must be accom­pa­nied by an adult.

Saturday 10th June, 4pm, £3

Sea­side Sto­ries and Songs
Port Seton Com­mu­ni­ty Cen­tre, Small Hall (Upstairs), South Seton Park EH32 0BG

Sto­ries | Songs.
Join local sto­ry­teller Tim Por­teus, song­writer Ross Hamil­ton and The Port Seton Com­mu­ni­ty Choir as they take you on a fas­ci­nat­ing trail around Scotland’s shores, with this uplift­ing show­case jam packed, full of good wit, sto­ries and songs of our fish­ing vil­lages and the peo­ple who brought them to life.

Sunday 11th June, 2.30–5pm, Adults £2, Children Free

The Song and The Sto­ry
The Prestoun­grange Gothen­burg, 227–229 High Street, Pre­ston­pans EH32 9BE

Song | Sto­ries | Dra­ma.
An after­noon of songs, sto­ries and dra­ma from local musi­cians, sto­ry­tellers, writ­ers and poets. Host­ed by Pre­ston­pans sto­ry­teller Tim Por­teus and folk singer Alan Hunter.  Fam­i­lies wel­come, chil­dren free.

www.thesongandthestory.com

Everyday, 11am-5pm (Sundays 2–5pm), Free

Chalmers Memo­r­i­al Church Open Venue and Accom­pa­nied Tours
Chalmers Memo­r­i­al Church, Gos­ford Road, Port Seton EH32 0HG

Chalmers Memo­r­i­al Church is a cat­e­go­ry A list­ed build­ing with a unique sten­cilled inte­ri­or and orig­i­nal tim­ber carv­ing. The Church build­ing is vir­tu­al­ly as it was on the day of the first ser­vice on 1st April 1905, with many of the orig­i­nal arts and crafts fea­tures still in use. Tea & Cof­fee avail­able.

Accom­pa­nied Tours — 2–4pm
every­day through­out the Fes­ti­val

www.chalmerschurch.co.uk