KeepActive : Scottish 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 4 organisations whose activities include "Scottish 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 : Comunn Gaidhlig Inbhir Nis, Inverness Gaelic School Click for contact details
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The Gaelic Society of Inverness was established in 1871 for the purpose of “cultivating the language, poetry and music of the Scottish Highlands and generally furthering the interests of the Gaelic-speaking people”.

Meeting Times
   Friday : 1930 to 2100 Monthly

Note
   We meet from September to March
Cost
   Not known

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Inverness : Highland Family History Society, Highland Archive Centre Click for contact details
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The Highland Family History Society promotes the study of genealogy, family history and related subjects in the Highlands of Scotland. We try to fulfil our remit by collecting and publishing information that will help anyone researching their family’s history in the Highlands, by providing help and advice to those just starting their research, and by encouraging researchers to join the society and share the fruits of their researches with other members through our monthly talks, our ever-expanding website, and our colourful quarterly journal.

The Highland Family History Society is based in the Family History Room at the Highland Archive Centre in Inverness. Volunteers from the Society are available to assist visiting members on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, 11am – 3pm. Members are advised to ring on the intended day of their visit to ensure that a volunteer from the Society will be available.

We have a monthly members meeting with visiting speakers.

Meeting Times
   Wednesday : 1930 to 2100 Monthly

Note
   All talks will be held in the Highland Archive Centre, Bught Road, Inverness between September and April
   FUTURE EVENTS
   Wednesday 22nd February 2017
   At 7.30pm, a talk by Dr David Worthington, entitled "The Aberdeenshire Leslies in Central Europe".
   Wednesday 22nd March 2017
   At 7.00pm: AGM, followed by, at 7.30pm, a talk by Graeme Mackenzie, entitled "A Macmillan's a Macmillan by any other name".
   Wednesday 26th April 2017
   At 7.30pm, a talk by Norman Newton, entitled "A Case Study in Highland Family History"
Cost
   Ordinary £12 includes entry without charge to monthly meetings in Inverness
   Non members are charged £2
   

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Inverness : Inverness Local History Forum, The Spectrum Centre Click for contact details
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Inverness Local History Forum (ILHF) is a group of volunteers researching, and preserving, the history of the Royal Burgh of Inverness, and its environs.

Monthly meetings comprise illustrated talks by guest speakers on local history and culture.

Meeting Times
   Wednesday : 1400 to 1500 Monthly

Note
   Meets first Wednesday of Month (no meeting in January, July or August).
Cost
   £1 for Forum members and £2 for visitors
   

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North Kessock : North Kessock and District Local History Society, North Kessock Bowling Club Click for contact details
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We try to tell the story of our community through monthly meetings, exhibitions, booklets, our website and a newsletter which is distributed to all our members during the summer break.

Talks on topics of interest followed by tea and a chat. We welcome any ideas for new topics and activities.

Meeting Times
   Wednesday : 1930 to 2130 Monthly

Note
   First Wednesday in the month.
   Meetings take place from September to May (except January)
Cost
   Membership Fee £5
   Meeting Charge £1 for members and £2 for non members

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