“The exhibition is an important step towards a truthful telling of this story and so an understanding of both how this shaped our past and the continuing legacy it has today.” Neil Curtis, Head of Museums and Special Collections at the University of Aberdeen
Switch off and give an hour for Earth on Saturday 25 March at 8:30 pm – joining millions across the world.
‘Transpire’ Exhibition by Peter Brown & Louise Martin
Peter Brown and Louise Martin are showing new work in an exhibition they have called ‘Transpire’. It will open at 11am on Friday 17th March at the Northlight Gallery, Stromness
‘The Hills Have Ears’
March 13th is National Ear Muff Day so let’s celebrate all things eary and remember ears are important even ‘the hills have ears’.
Become A Spring Clean Champion with Litter Pick & Play
“The Litter Pick and Play Project empowers children and young people to improve local play spaces for their benefit and that of the whole community.” Marguerite Hunter Blair, CEO of Play Scotland
My Place Photography Competition for 4 – 18 year olds
White Wood Window and Reflections by Ruby Ionides North Walls Community School. Primary School Winner 2022
The Orcadian Suffragists #EmbraceEquity
A Gude Cause Maks A Strong Erm is a short animated film telling the story of the Orcadian Woman’s Suffrage Society
Celebrated today by its population of 1.45 million citizens National Day in Kuwait is celebrated on February 25 every year and the first celebrations were held in 1963.
Today, 24 February, is the independence day of Estonia a country with a population of 1,331,824 citizens (source Estonia’s Census 2021)
On 22 February 1979, Saint Lucia became an independent country and so, today – 22 February 2023, the inhabitants of this small country celebrate the 44th year of their independence