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  • Aberdour ART Festival - An Evening of Art: talk and auction night

    Created: 18/04/2018

    When: 7.00pm onwards, Saturday 05 May 2018
    Where: Community Centre, Shore Road, Aberdour, KY3 0TU
    This event is being organised by Aberdour ART Festival
    Costs
    Places for voluntary sector delegates (staff, committee members or volunteers) 5.00 per person
    Places for non-voluntary sector delegates are 5.00 per person


    It is too late to book a place for this particular session, sorry about that.

    Aberdour ART Festival group is pleased to present an evening of art-related entertainment. Angus Maclean will be giving a talk on first pictures, after which there will be an art auction, quiz and raffle. £5 a ticket, which includes a complimentary drink and nibbles. There will also be a paying bar, run by the Aberdour Festival. It promises to be a great night, and all money raised goes towards supporting Aberdour Festival Arts events.

    Tickets are available on the door on the night or in advance from the Purple Shop, Willie's Newsagent, Heart's Desire and the Aberdour Bakery Company, all in Aberdour.


    Contact: Alison Chapman
    E-mail: [email protected]


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