Friday, 11 December 2009
Seasons Greetings from the Salmon Bothy
We had a fabulous Christmas party on Wednesday night with carol singing from the Local Vocals, as well as some festive favourites from Graham Legge on mandolin and guitar. The Bothy was packed with festive cheer and the warm sausage rolls and mince pies from Donald’s the Baker went down very well indeed! The icing on the cake were the twinkling lights and sparkling decorations kindly (and very tastefully) put up by Lenny the caretaker.
Overall it was a fantastic end to what has been a very eventful year for the Bothy, all credit to those involved. Although it is not over yet. We still have out monthly Folk club on 18th December upstairs which will sure to be the usual treat.
From now on in it’ll be preparation for the New Year ahead with a great programme of talks to look out for starting in February and our ongoing activities (details attached) which will start up again in January. We are always open to new ideas for activities, so please tell us if there is something you would like to see here.
New Year Activities…
If you cannot find something that interests you, why not start up your own club?
Come along and bring your knitting…all welcome
Meets Mondays from 10-12 from Monday 12th January onwards
Bring along your favourite craft and meet up for an informal session where you can share ideas and inspiration. Thursdays at 7pm (every two weeks) The group will meet once every two weeks, more details of starting date from Bothy.
Bring your photos and your camera if you wish. Offering a chance for budding photographers of any level of experience to get together informally to swap experiences, techniques and ideas. Monthly themes are adopted giving you the chance to show off your best pic.
Wednesday’s -third wed every month
Painting class led by Jack Elliot.
Meets Friday’s 2pm – 4pm
Folk at the Salmon Bothy -New Year Ceilidh - January 2nd at the Station Hotel.