This donated Targe will be auctioned at the Annual Ceilidh on Friday 8th December. The Council have set a reserve of £250.
Bids may be made through firstname.lastname@example.org with a deadline of Wednesday 6th December.
Friday 8 December - Annual Ceilidh in the Seaforth Lodge, Fortrose. Advert in Gallery below (click on image.)
Tuesday 13 February - Massacre of Glencoe remembrance, 11.00 Service in St Mary’s Episcopal Church, 12 noon March leaves Bridge of Coe for the memorial for a commemoration and wreath laying. Followed by lunch at the Glencoe Inn (please advise Ann McGhee, before 31 January, on 0783196164 if you wish to attend).
Saturday 2 March - confirmed by Council 1 p.m. Annual Academic Lecture given by Eddie Stewart, Glasgow University archaeologist, on the further findings at MacIain’s summer house.
Saturday 13 April - Commemoration of the Battle of Culloden. 10.30 am March from Culloden Visitor Centre to the Main Cairn. 11.00 am Ceremony at the Main Cairn. Followed by Clan Donald group following the piper to the Clan Donald Stones with laying of wreaths. Thereafter the Clan Donald Culloden Lunch at the Drumossie Hotel.
Saturday in May - to be announced later - Clan Donald Society AGM, via Zoom.
Friday 5 July - Conference on the 16th century in the Highlands run by Dr James Scott Petre for the Society of Highland & Islands Historical Research at the University of the Highlands and Islands main campus in Inverness. Full details can be found here.
Saturday 13 July - Inverness Highland Games.
Saturday 17 August - Glenfinnan Highland Games.
Tuesday 1 October - 7 October Outing to the Uists Ferry from Oban to Lochboisdale, 5 nights at Orasay Inn, Lochcarnan. Touring at local areas of interest. Places available on the mini-bus.
19 August Glenfinnan Highland Games The Society shared a tent with the 1745 Association.
Saturday 15 April - Commemoration of the Battle of Culloden 10.30 am Members assembled at the National Trust Visitor Centre for march to Main Cairn 11 am Gaelic Society of Inverness service and wreath laying. Followed by Clan Donald Culloden Lunch at the Drumossie Hotel – individually seated. Very special guest speaker was Peter Pininski. author of 'Bonnie Prince Charlie - His Life, Family, Legend', and descendant of the prince.