You can choose between ceilidh music, traditional sounds, rock covers, lone pipers, a country band or Aviemore’s two nighter, with its follow-up on New Year’s Day with acts across the two nights including hip-hop duo Hector Bizerk, indie dance pop producer Miaoux Miaoux and BBC Radio Scotland’s Ally Mc Crae DJing.
Inverness itself majors on the traditional sounds that can really get a Hogmanay party started.
Vice-President -Cononel A R B Warrand Representative Members - Sir Kenneth J Mac Kenzie, W Peterkin Treasurer - John Mackenzie Secretary - D Mackay Committee or Council of Management - William Mc Lennan, W Peterkin, T Mc Donald, J Nisbet, A Mac Donald, James Strachan Honorary Members - Major Stirling of Fairburn, Alex Dewar, Hector Mackenzie, yr. On Tuesday the competition for the Lady Mackenzie Gold Medal, the Seaforth Silver Medal and the Caledonian Bronze Medal resulted: 1. 2004 President - Irene Smith Representative Members - Irene Smith, Angus Mac Innes Secretary and Treasurer - Angus Mac Innes Match Secretary - William Shirran Ice Rink - Inverness Members - Junior under 18 years - Miss S Macintyre Ordinary Members - J Brierly, A Christie, C Evans, Mrs G Evans, N Fawcett, R Fox, G Garscadden, D Gilchrist, Mrs L Gilchrist, Mrs N Greaves, Mrs E Hannan, G Hannan, J Loudon, A Macintyre, Mrs E Mack, M Mack, H Mackay, A Mackenzie, A Magson, Mrs M Magson, Dr A Mc Call, Mrs G Mc Call, A Mac Innes, I Macintyre, N Macleod, Dr I Morrison, I Mowat, E Munro, Mrs S Munro, F Nicol, A Polson, A Rinning, J Roscrow, Mrs C Roscrow, Mrs L Shirran, W Shirran, Mrs I Smith, M Stewart _______________________________ The Caberfeidh curling club was formed in 1855, joining the Royal Caledonian Curling Club in 1857.
of Gairloch Lady Members - Lady Marjorie Mac Kenzie, Mrs Stewart-Mac Kenzie, Miss Constance Warrand, Mrs H M Warrand Ordinary Members (Regular) - Wm. The club was in some respects 'the Ross-shire club' and had, at first, members from all over the County.
The Ironworks sees the return of Rhythmnreel – with their mix of traditional ceilidh dances and singalong covers plus their own numbers.
Hootanannys also goes traditional with the Big Electric Ceilidh Band plus Mystic Shoes covers, while the Market Bar has Jamie Mitchell and The Disciples Of Rock.
The Four Nations competition is an enjoyable and social weekend tournament between the governing bodies of each of the home nations (England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales).
It has evolved over a number of years with the first recorded games taking place in 1893 between England and Scotland. The tournament is hosted in turn by each of the four nations annually towards the end of January.
The Royal Caledonian Curling Club is seeking curlers to represent Scotland in the Four Nations competition from 19-21 January 2018.
The host nation is Ireland, and the competition will be held at North West Castle Hotel & Ice Rink, Portrodie, Stranraer DG9 8EH.
A live event returns to Alness this year with The Crash Banjos’ setlist including their original take on everything from The Sex Pistols to Kings Of Leon, but lots of the smaller towns across the Highlands are making the effort to lay on great events.