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Special Events at Dunollie

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All that Glitters is not Gold: Bronze Artefacts in Kilmartin Museum's Collection - Online Talk

Thursday 23rd June at 7pm. 
We are delighted to welcome Dr Sharon Webb, curator and director of Kilmartin Museum. She will be be sharing her knowledge Kilmartin incredible collection of Bronze Artefacts, recognised as one of Museums Galleries Scotland's '50 Nationally Significant Collections' and made up of Bronze age objects found all over Argyll. This opportunity is especially valuable as their museum is to remain closed  for another year. 
This event will take place over zoom, with time for questions at the end. Everyone is welcome to join although the talk typically targets adults.
This event is free for Airghead and Or Worldwide Clan Supporters of Dunollie. If you are interested in becoming a Dunollie Supporter, please click here
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Summer Workshop: Castles and Battles - Children's Activity

Tuesday 5th July, 10.30-11.30am. 
This is the first of this summer's school holiday workshops, perfect to keep children aged 3-10 busy learning and exploring outdoors! In this session, our young participants will visit Dunollie's Castle Ruin and discover some of the fascinating tales it has been home to over the centuries. Then, they will be able to craft their very own fortress to take home and add their personal touch to the site by painting and decorating stones to display by the castle.  
This event takes place partly outdoor so please bring warm and waterproof clothing. All children must be accompanied by an adult, they may additionally be accompanied by a dog as long as it is on a lead.
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Summer Workshop: Gardening and Woodwork - Children's Activity

Tuesday 19th July, 10.30-11.30am. 
This is the second of this summer's school holiday workshops, perfect to keep children aged 3-10 busy learning and exploring outdoors! In this session, our young participants will explore Dunollie's Historic Woodland Grounds, and play fun guess the plant games as they learn about many of the species that can be found in Dunollie. They will also learn to grow plants themselves and be able to take one home with them as well as make their own bird swing out of wood.  
This event takes place partly outdoor so please bring warm and waterproof clothing. All children must be accompanied by an adult, they may additionally be accompanied by a dog as long as it is on a lead.
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Summer Workshop: Vikings - Children's Activity

Tuesday 26th July, 10.30-11.30am. 
This is one of our most popular summer school holiday workshops, perfect to keep children aged 3-10 busy learning and exploring outdoors! In this session, our young participants will learn about all things Viking: Dunollie's connection to them, to what they wore, how they travelled and many other exciting stories! There will also be some time for everyone to craft their very own Viking weapons,shields and longboats to take home with them.
This event takes place partly outdoor so please bring warm and waterproof clothing. All children must be accompanied by an adult, they may additionally be accompanied by a dog as long as it is on a lead.
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Summer Workshop: Faeries and Fabrics - Children's Activity

Tuesday 9th August, 10.30-11.30am. 
This is the last and most magical of this summer's school holiday workshops, perfect to keep children aged 3-10 busy learning and exploring outdoors! In this session, our young participants will go on a quest around Dunollie's Grounds to find faeries and help us write magical faerie stories to add to our faerie book. They will also create their own faerie house and beautiful faerie costumes.
This event takes place partly outdoor so please bring warm and waterproof clothing. All children must be accompanied by an adult, they may additionally be accompanied by a dog as long as it is on a lead.
If you have any questions about our special events please email info@dunollie.org or contact us here.