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    Garnock Connections

    Connecting people and places within the Landscape

FREE winter workshops program

Don't miss out on the program of FREE community heritage workshops coming this winter from Garnock Connections.

The workshops will cover a wide range of topics from taking oral histories and interpreting finds to making videos and designing exhibitions. The program will be delivered by our expert partners at DigVentures and Rathmell Archaeology. To keep you as safe as possible the workshops will initially be delivered online with options to attend the live stream or to catch up with the recorded version at a time of your choosing. As soon as it is safe to do so, we will return to delivering workshops live and in person giving you a chance to get hands on with the cultural heritage of the area.

Things kicked off on Wednesday the 9th of December with "How to be a local historian" and the rest of the program looks like this...

  • 9th December: How to be a local historian - Part 1 - Catch up by viewing the recording here.
  • 16th December: How to be a local historian - Part 2
  • 13th January: How to be a local historian - Part 1 - Book your place now!
  • 27th January: How to be a local historian - Part 2 - Book your place now!
  • 3rd February: Garnock Video Diaries - how to make short videos about heritage
  • 10th February: Time for a chat - Learning about places through people
  • 17th February: What have you found? - Learning about places through objects

The program will continue throughout 2021 so keep checking back to see what else is coming up. In the meantime you can secure your FREE place at the next workshop here.

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