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