Skye is set to experience a project inspired by a shared Nordic/Celtic past and present over the next few days from the 1st to the 4th of June.
Exploring the role of Orcadians, Highlanders and French Canadians in the contest for the Ojibwe fur trade will be the subject of a talk on Thursday 30th of May , 7.30pm in Stromness Town Hall.
“We understand we need to do things differently,” Sally Shaw Head of Orkney Health and Care
An art installation based on George Mackay Brown’s cycle of poems ‘Tryst on Egilsay’ is to be opened on Saturday 1 June at St Clement’s Church, Rodel, Harris.
Neither Wolf Nor Dog is on at the Phoenix Cinema , Kirkwall on Tuesday 28th of May – showing at 1pm and 7.30pm.
There is no membership fee. Just turn up and all you have to pay for is your breakfast.
“At the meetings we’ll be talking to folk about how they can get directly involved with us in shaping social care and community health services for their area.”
NHS Orkney are offering members of the public the chance to have a guided tour around the new Balfour Hospital before it is formally opened.
“Our intention is to contribute to a thriving rural Scotland by helping communities to increase their populations in demographically sustainable ways.”
The Eat Well Age Well Roadshow is coming to Orkney on 10th June.