Online Events Programme

Welcome to our Online Events page, where you will find out more about what kind of events we are planning and when! We will keep updating this page throughout the year as our plans take shape so keep an eye out for any changes. 

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Behind-the-scenes Museum Tour

Saturday 23rd April 2022 at 5.00p.m. (UTC+1)

Follow our Heritage Manager, Catherine Gillies into the 1745 House Museum for an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour and discover our latest temporary exhibition: Hope, Behind the Lens.

Treasures from Kilmartin Museum's Collections

Thursday 16th June at 7.00p.m. (UTC+1)

Join our Guest Speaker, Sharon Webb form Kilmartin Museum for a talk about the incredible Bronze Age artifacts in Kilmartin Museum's collection.

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Bagpiping Recital with Jamie MacGregor

Monday 12th September at 5.00p.m. (UTC+1)

Tune in to a bagpiping performance from our resident Dunollie piper, Jamie MacGregor. In this event, you'll get a taste of traditional Scottish Music with a contemporary twist, reflecting Jamie's specific style. To conclude the recital, we will open the floor to our audience, encouraging participants to engage with Jamie and enhance their knowledge of one of Scotland's national traditions. 

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Clann Dubhghaill: thoughts on the MacDougalls in the later Middle Ages

Saturday 22nd October 2022 at 3.00p.m. (UTC+1)

Meet our Guest Speaker, Dr Martin MacGregor, senior lecturer in Scottish History at the University of Glasgow who will be giving a talk about Clan MacDougall and the late medieval Western Highlands.

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Dive into our Archives

November 2022, exact date TBC

Follow one of our volunteer archivists into Dunollie's archive and explore a wonderful part of our collection usually closed to the public. 

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The Dunollie Stores: behind-the-scenes

Saturday 18th February 2023 at 12p.m. GMT

Follow our Tour Guide Flora MacLeod Swietlicki for an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour. Only very few objects out of the 10 000 in our museum’s collection are on display at any given time. The rest are kept in safe, controlled environment to help preserve them for longer. Unfortunately, this means we can’t allow visitors to see them – unless – it’s on zoom!