From Margaret Morris Movement to musical evenings, Art Tours to Cider Tours - there's no need to worry about how to while away the hours between studio opening times over the weekend.
Some suggestions may include:
· Working with Chocolate and Chocolate tasting: Small group chocolate workshop and tasting sessions with an experienced chocolatier.
· Pollen: Contemporary costumed dance examining the growth and the migration of ideas. This Year of Natural Scotland project is a journey from darkness into light.
· Caper Ceilidh: Dancing into the night with three piece Ceilidh band 'Caper'. Finger buffet and bar.
· Shooglenifty: D&G Arts Festival and The CatStrand present a wild mix of trad talent and super funky phonics melding, heritage and hedonism. A supremely dexterous and witty live band. DGAF
· Make your own artisan pizza: Enter an artisan bakery to roll the dough, choose the toppings and see it stone baked. Walk away with freshly baked pizza!
· Aye Waulkin O: A performance by the Margaret Morris Movement group. Choreography inspired by softening of tweed/tartan to a song by Robert Burns, sung by Eddie Reader. Followed by a dance and movement workshop.
· The Oak and The Ivy and Words at the Edge: Wendy Stewart presents Corrina Hewat’s harp suite. Lucy Harper, Angus Macmillan and Davie Douglas offer an innovative evocation of the River Urr in an interlinking cycle of songs and poems. DGAF
|Pollen will be scattering across the Region..|
If today's weather wasn't reminder enough, it's time to emerge fully from hibernation and rise to action, as D&G will be a busy place to be!
As ever, for more info head to the Spring Fling website