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You better hot foot it down to the hall to secure your Festival dance tickets.
Dinner dance includes three course meal with & an exclusive set Bob Massie, Paul Tonberg and Dave McKay;
a warm welcome “home” with performance from Nicky & Chloe
followed by music of all genres from the fabulous Wood N Stone.
We are in full festival mode in the run up to this years Fisherfolk – which has been aptly named “If you’ve got it, flaunt it”.
We have a wealth of talent, archives, history and quality products in the Seaboard Villages and surrounding peninsula. The Fisherfolk Festival is a celebration of our strengths and a nostalgic nod to our culture and heritage, which runs over three days. Kicking off with a dinner dance on Friday 15th June with music from Wood ‘N’ Stone, or if you fancy, dance only tickets are available.
On Saturday 16th June the street party will be buzzing with a large market of local producers all vying to “flaunt” their products, traditional live music, dance, free childrens activities, facepaints and games, net mending workshops, archives including the premier of ‘The Down To Balintore’ footage, and a variety of hot and cold foods on offer. We will be ending the day on a high with a family friendly ceilidh with music performed by the Port Ceilidh band – tickets are available at only £5 per adult, children under 18 are free.
The festival will be rounded of with a Sunday songs of praise, which takes place at Balintore harbour, weather permitting. Please check the posters for more details or call the hall with any queries or to reserve tickets for the evening events.
We are sad at the Seaboard Hall, because one of our team – Chloe Rodgers – is moving onto pastures new. She’s off to do a research PHD in cancer. Chloe joined us as a graduate which was part funded through Scot-grad and HIE.
We have attached a link to a short film that Chloe was asked to be part of for the National Strengthening Communities Conference held in Aviemore last week. We have loved working with Chloe over the past twenty months but wish her well for the future, we know she will be brilliant in whatever she chooses to do.
We are raising money to continue researching our history & heritage, promoting it and maintaining our seaboardhistory.com website. If you would like to donate, please click on the link below. Thanks in advance 🙂