Eoin Harcus, representing Evie and Rendall Community Council, unveiled the St Magnus Way interpretation board by the slipway.
Singer songwriters Jess Morgan from England and Nels Andrews from the US are set to tour across the country and will be appearing in Orkney.
Scapa 100: The Orkney Story a 3 day conference will be held in Stromness, Orkney from the 17th – 20th October 2019.
Murdoch Mackenzie’s 1750 chart of Orkney led to a revolution in mapmaking and was the standard work for navigators until the modern admiralty chart.
“Iceland was not just built by Norsemen but equally by Celtic women whose spirit is still very much alive today.”
Tickets are available from the Science Festival website or buy from the Tourist Information Centre beside the Bus Station in Kirkwall.
Opening on Saturday at the Northlight Gallery, Stromness from 1 – 4pm, Real Magic, an exhibition of photography by Ingrid Budge, Anna Charlotta Gardiner and Cary Welling.
On Saturday 17th of August the St Magnus Way Group invites anyone interested to join them for the latest of their free guided walks.
Today Sunday 11th August you can visit the winner of Britain’s Most Challenging Garden 2017.
If you are interested in improving the Skatepark in Kirkwall there is a meeting on Thursday 15th of August in the Youth Cafe (lane at the side of the Town Hall) at 7.30pm.