Join us on Thursday 20th October for a fun filled spooktacular event where you can create your very own shrunken head.
No need to book, just drop by!
A talk by Cameron Taylor on the Real Macbeth – not the Shakespeare version!
Elgin Museum shop will be open for 3 hours to allow shoppers a chance to find some stocking fillers and gifts. All profits go to support the Museum to preserve and promote local heritage.
Elgin Museum Shop will be open to allow shoppers the opportunity to find some unusual stocking fillers and gifts. All profits will go to help the Museum to preserve and promote local heritage.
A fund raising and information evening in Elgin Museum, when volunteers and staff will give an overview of the work done in the Museum and will update everyone on the most recent developments and plans. All are welcome and members are asked to bring along a friend in order that we can spread the word about the work that is being done by the Museum to preserve and promote local heritage.
Refreshments will be served and there will be a silent auction of donated works of art. If you have any artwork you no longer need, please bring it along to be auctioned or hand it in to the Museum on a Monday or Tuesday before the event.
The Moray Society Lecture Series: Winter 2016/17
The Pattern and Distribution of Early Medieval Sculpture on the Spey: Pictish symbol stones and the influence of Christianity
A talk by John Borland, Measured Survey Manager, Historic Environment Scotland
7.30 pm, Friday 24th February, 2017
In Elgin Museum Hall: Doors open at 7 pm
Entry: £3, members £2, students £1.50