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What's On in the Annan Area

What's On in the Annan Area Regular Events in AnnanExhibitions Annan Museum Lonsdale City Cinema Riding of the MarchesPrintable Version
 These pages are updated regularly - so if you have an event happening in the Annan area email events@annan.org.uk and let us know.

The Annandale Way is a long-distance 5- day walk, but interesting walks around Annan as part of the route are easily achievable in a day. DOWNLOAD the routes and maps (PDF ~ 8MB). NOTE: this is a large file and may take some time to load.

Annan Riding of the Marches
Various events take place each year over the early Summer months.

Discover what's on in the Annan area ... below you will find a list of events happening soon in the Annan area. There are also regular events that you may wish to check out as well as the annual Riding of the Marches, varied exhibitions throughout the year at Annan Museum and film at the Lonsdale City Cinema ...

EVENTS IN 2014 >>

  • Exhibition: Wacky, Weird, Eccentric and Ingenious Inventions :: Until 16 August
    @ Annan Museum
    Reminiscence fun for adults and gadget enthusiasts, this exhibition will also feature quizzes and activities for families.
    >> More about this Exhibition and Annan Museum
  • Cracking Chair Construction
    Thursday 7 August - 11am – 12noon @ Annan Museum
    We will try building a replica of a 16th century chair from the museums collections and get a volunteer to test it!
    >> More about this Activity and Annan Museum
  • Annan Walking Group Organised Walk :: Sunday 10th August 2014
    Maryport to Allonby (linear walk). Annan Meet: Murray St. car park at 9.15am. To take part call Jim Baxter Tel 01461 40295, Alan Scott Tel 01461 202730 / Mob 07759214242.
    >> More about this walk and Annan Walking Group
  • Radical Rushlights
    Thursday 14 August - 11am – 12noon @ Annan Museum
    Rushlights were the most common form of lighting for hundreds of years. Come and learn how to make these simple candles.
    >> More about this Activity and Annan Museum
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