Events at a glance
Saturday 20th June ~ Street Party
Sunday 28th June ~ Braco 200 Duck Race, BBQ & Fun Day
SAT 20TH JUNE
Food, drink, music, sunshine (maybe!) Bring your own picnic and join friends and family for an afternoon and evening of celebration and entertainment. Leave the names of those who would like to come either here or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Numbers will be limited, so don’t miss out.
Outline of the day
3pm – festivities commence with our Street Party picnic in Feddal Road
4pm – the Antonine Guard will perform some manoeuvres in the park
c.5.30 pm – open mic session in the hall (contact Fiona Chalamanda – email@example.com to sign up or do it on the day)
c.6 pm bbq – sausages and burgers on sale
c.7.30 pm – disco
c.9.30 pm – The Sourmash Blues Band
Please note that these timings are guidelines only – who knows what will actually happen!
Braco 200 Duck Race
BBQ & Fun Day
ARDOCH PARISH CHURCH
SUNDAY 28TH JUNE
1.30 – 4 pm
For all the family
At Keir Burn and Silverton Field
BBQ Burgers or Sausages available
Archery Stall, Golf Target, Rat Catcher games etc
Ardoch Parish Church of Scotland Charity registered in Scotland Charity No. SC000139
weekend of 30th/31st May
Well, what an amazing weekend. Around 200 people ventured into Braco school to explore a dazzling array of material and to talk to our experts. Old photographs, maps, memorabilia, copies of land auctions, extracts from old documents – you name, we had it. All in all, it was a wonderful evocation of the past 200 years. Most remarkable was the visit of a lady whose father had been headmaster in the 1930s. She lived in the school house, but had to leave during the summer holidays when her father sadly died in post. How nice to welcome her back!
Our Heritage 200
Presentation of Music and Dance
Written and performed by the pupils of Braco and Greenloaning primary schools
Thursday 26th March 2015
6 pm Greenloaning Primary School
No-one who who came to this remarkable event will ever forget it. Dressed in fluorescent green and yellow, the children danced, played and sang their hearts out with such flair and passion and with such insight into what it means to live here. Above all, they looked so happy.