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|TROON ART CLUB SUMMER EXHIBITION|
TROON ART CLUB SUMMER EXHIBITION
The annual exhibition is held in July/August each year and is well attended by local townspeople.
High quality art work by amateur and professional artists. Framed and unframed work and greetings cards. Also on view, all the entries from the six Troon primary schools for the Rita Cotter prize.
|Saturday 29th July - Saturday 12th August 2017||10am - 8pm|
|KNIT 1, BIKE 1 EXHIBITION|
KNIT 1, BIKE 1 EXHIBITION
Last year Janet Renouf-Miller not only Cycled 800 miles around Scotland but she knitted the sights she saw on her way too. Knit 1, Bike 1 exhibition showcases her amazing crocheted artwork including the Brompton bicycle she used to get around, a strawberry sponge cake, the Isle of Mull ferry, ...and her biggest project of all- the Glenfinnan Viaduct.
The Knit 1, Bike 1 exhibition will be showcased at the Active Travel Hub for 2 weeks. Opening hours will be Monday-Friday 9-5 (excluding bank holidays). The Hub will also be open 10-5 on Saturday 23rd September. Admission is free and there will be books available to buy.
|Tuesday 12th - Tuesday 26th September 2017||9am - 5pm|
|‘STYLE AT SEA’ EXHIBITION|
‘STYLE AT SEA’ EXHIBITION
Explore the golden age of ocean travel enjoyed on board Clydebuilt luxury liners in‘Style at Sea’. The exhibition charts the changing role of liners across the twentieth century and the style and grandeur of the ocean liners built for Cunard by John Browns on the Clyde.
Discover the opulence of the interiors, the glamorous, era-defining clothes worn by passengers and some of the famous faces that were closely associated with these floating palaces. Included in Museum Admission: Adult: £7.50, Concession: £5.50, Children FREE (up to three children go free with each accompanying adult)
|Ongoing until Monday 25th September 2017||10am - 5pm|
|family tree workshops|
Would you like to find out more about your family history, but don’t know where to begin?
Then why not start at the Burns Monument Centre where they are running family tree workshops every Saturday.Each workshop includes access to the ‘Scotland’s People’ genealogical records and all tuition.
|Every Saturday||10.30am to 12.30pm & 1.30pm to 3.30pm.|
|AYR CAR BOOT SALE|
AYR SUNDAY MARKET AND CAR BOOT SALE.
Every Sunday except Race days
|Sundays - Except on Race Days||9.30am - 4pm|
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There are many ongoing exhibitions on in Ayrshire, some of the venues include McLaurin Galleries, Rozelle House, Harbour Arts Centre, Dick Institute & West Kilbride Galleries.
Keep checking these pages for the next exhibition.