KeepActive : Foreign Culture for senior citizens and older people in and around Inverness in Scotland
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The list which follows shows the name, venue and contact details for 2 organisations whose activities include "Foreign Culture" in Inverness and the surrounding area listed alphabetically within towns. Please refer to the list on the left hand side of the page for other types of activity.

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Inverness : Highland German Society, Saint Ninian's Church Click for contact details
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Our aim is to promote an interest in the culture and traditions of the German speaking countries, and, through wider knowledge, foster understanding and relations between people living in the Highlands and those living in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

The Society, which was established in 1993, include members who often holiday, or have lived and worked in a German speaking country, and also native German speakers, who have settled in or around Inverness.

Meeting Times
   Wednesday : 1930 to 2100 Monthly

Note
   1st Wednesday each month from October to April
Cost
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Nairn : Nairn U3A, Nairn Community & Arts Centre Click for contact details
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There are open meetings for the whole group fortnightly. Sometimes a guest speaker entertains us, or the afternoon might feature a poetry reading, a DVD or a quiz. Afterwards, we enjoy a wee blether over tea and biscuits, and catch up with group news. There is also a small group library. We also have special outings from time to time, such as our popular New Year lunch.

Our groups include French, History, Italian, Lunch Group, Mah Jong, Photography, Quiz and Games, Scottish Country Dancing, Scrabble and Sewing Bee.

Joining is simple - just come along to one of our open meetings and pay at the door. New members are welcome at any time. Non-members are welcome to attend any speaker meetings that interest them. However, our study groups are for members only.

Meeting Times
   Wednesday : 1345 to 1600

Note
   We are actively seeking new members, so if you are interested please come along to one of our open meetings. You will be very welcome. Our open meetings are from September to May.
Cost
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