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FINE BLEND New Elgin Community Hall, Saturday 2nd July 2005
Social dance. Presented by The Jolly Dancers.

Come to the celebrated Wards Wetland in Elgin and follow the new circular causeway that links marsh, wild flower meadows and wet woodland. Hear the warblers singing and look out for snipe, pheasants, roe deer, sparrow hawks, buzzards and hares, and enjoy the sight of orchids, monkey flowers and horse tails, descendants of once mighty plants that fed the dinosaurs. Forget the supermarket trolley for this wonderful stroll in the wild side of town.

1945: WORLD WAR II Day Fort George, Saturday 25th June 2005
Times: 12noon - 4pm both days On the 60th anniversary of Victory in Europe, Historic Scotland present the biggest living history event in the North of Scotland, with a large cast of period characters capturing the sights and sounds of the 1940s. An exciting fire-power display, authentic camps, a training exercise and a wide selection of military vehicles all add up to an unforgettable experience. Tickets available on the day: 6 Adults; 4 Children. Free for Friends of Historic Scotland.

CALEDON - SCOTLAND'S TENORS, Wednesday 29th June 2005
Alan Beck, Jamie MacDougall and Ivan Sharpe along with Music Director Michael Barnett - are equally at home whether inspiring the 50,000 football crowd at Hampden with their stirring new version of Flower of Scotland, or on the stage of the world-famous Sydney Opera House singing to a packed auditoriium. Caledon programme includes Loch Lomond, My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose, the Proclaimers Pop classic 500 Miles and Broadway classics like Moon River and You'll Never Walk Alone. Tickets 10/8.

Rotary Marafun, Sunday 5th June 2005
A great day out for all the family.

The Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival, Friday 29th April 2005
Welcome to the 2005 Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival. Whisky, Music, Food & Fun in Malt Whisky Country. This celebration of our national product has become an established fixture on Scotland's tourism calendar, so remember to book early to avoid disappointment.

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