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Info on events, activities, workshops and exhibitions in North Carrick!

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Carrick Cinema Club!Β 

Friday 22nd October – Moulin Rouge

Friday 19th November – The Father

Friday 17th December – New Year’s Eve

Check out Carrick Cinema Club’s profile for more info.

Halloween at the Stadium!

Activities at The Carrick Centre

Check out all of the classes and activties available at The Carrick Centre here! Classes and drop ins include:

  • Dance Fit
  • Lunch Club
  • Carrick Tots
  • Pilates
  • ‘Little Tiger Cubs’ Taekwondo
  • Dansarena Dance Classes
  • ‘Supple and Sleek’
  • IT Clinic
  • Youth Zone
  • For more information please visit www.carrickcentre.co.uk/what-s-on or call 01655 883222.

Kirkmichael Women’s Group Restarted!

The first meeting took place on Tuesday 6th July at 8,00pm in McCosh Hall, Kirkmichael. The Women’s Group are now planning another event and are about to announce their upcoming programme!

Contact Noreen on 07815197748.

Maybole Artist in Residence Project- AiR

Maybole AiR is a creative project provided by Maybole Regeneration Project to support people to explore Maybole, its environment, history and contemporary culture through creative activities. Anyone with an interest in the town and its locale can take pART! The project is led by professional artist ‘in residence’ Cate Ross.
Many thanks to funders South Ayrshire Council & Historic Environment Scotland.
For more info contact: [email protected]

Kirkmichael Fireworks Event!

Goudie’s Activities

Contact Linda for more information or visit the Goudie’s page!

GOUDIES are having a HALLOWEEN Party on 30th October, entry is FREE. Raffle on the night with all proceeds going to Whiteleys Retreat. Wear your best scariest outfit! Prize for the “BEST” dressed.

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Kirkmichael Remembrance Events

Crosshill Community Association

Crosshill Community Centre is available for all bookings again. If you have a class you’d like to run or a birthday coming up then the hall is a great space for these!Β πŸ₯³

Feel free to pop the Facebook page a message with any queries.
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Bridge Club
The bridge club are looking for new members πŸƒ
It’s a great little club and suitable for all ages and experience levels. The current members will be happy to help anyone learn.
Tuesday for 2pm to 4pm and only costs Β£2 to play.
If they get enough new members the club will be back running as soon as possible 🀞🏻
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1st Crosshill Guides
The 1st Crosshill Guides and Rangers have started back and meet on Wednesday nights 7-9pm.
Guides is for girls aged 10-14, and Rangers aged 14-18 πŸšΆβ€β™€οΈ
For anymore information have a look at their website: https://www.girlguidingscotland.org.uk/…/joining-for…/

New Exhibition in The Smiddy Gallery

Saturday 18th September is the start of a new exhibition at The Smiddy Gallery Culzean Castle and Country Park.
This will be our last exhibition for the year so make sure you stop by for a visit, we look forward to seeing you!
Gallery hours Monday to Sunday
10.30am – 4.30pm
What is The Carrick Art Trail?
The Carrick Art Trail is designed to provide an insight into the creative process of professional artists and craft makers in Carrick.
The Carrick Art Trail supports the creative industry in Carrick by promoting individual artists and craft makers, and their studios in Carrick, raising their profile through exhibitions, open studios opportunities etc, that will attract tourism, and enrich the, predominantly rural, Carrick economy.
The artists and craft makers who are involved with the Carrick Art Trail are committed to supporting our little, often forgotten, part of the world!

Check out The Carrick Art Trail on Facebook

Sadie’s 100

‘Poetic Justice’ are currently working with the Gaiety Theatre in Ayr to engage with the communities of North Ayr, Girvan and Maybole to research for a play they are developing. They are looking for locals willing to share their knowledge, thoughts, memories of their lives and experiences over the last one hundred years. The play is set in a nursing home during the COVID outbreak. Sadie is 100 years old, looking back on her life and laughing at memories of her family, sharing them with her daughter and great granddaughter. They are looking for issues that affected the communities over this time frame including major events like World War 2, the miners’ strike, decline of the fishing industry. They’d love to hear about it and how it affected people in the area.

For more info please contact: Helen Aitken, Director, Poetic Justice Productions CIC

Email: [email protected] Phone: 07841 778120

 

 

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