Programme for 2017/2018 will be available in August

Programme for 2016/2017

Tues 13th September 2016
Social Fibre: the Story of Craigo Mills
Mark Chalmers
Tues 11th October 2016
Sir William Topaz McGonagall – The World's Worst Poet and his Rhyming Opinion of Montrose
Steve Nicoll
Tues 8th November 2016
Plastics and Poo – Threats to Scottish Wildlife
Matt Barnes
Volunteer & Community Engagement Manager Scotland, Marine Conservation Society
Tues 13th December 2016
Discovering the Northern Picts: Excavations and Survey in northern Scotland by the University of Aberdeen
Dr Gordon Noble
Head of Archaeology, School of Geosciences, University of Aberdeen
Tues 10th January 2017
Bridges and Roads across the North Esk Through Time
Donald Macpherson
Bridges and Structures Manager, Aberdeenshire Council
Tues 14th February 2017
Conservation in the Cairngorms – Capercaillie, Catchments and Connections
Hamish Trench
Director of Conservation and Visitor Experience, Cairngorms National Park Authority
Tues 14th March 2017
Beneath the Waves: the Storegga Tsunami at Montrose
Dr Sue Dawson
Reader in Physical Geography, School of Social Sciences, University of Dundee
Tues 11th April 2017
AGM followed by 1821: Murder in Montrose, Margaret is Convicted
Hilary White

All talks start at 7:30pm but the Museum will be open from 7pm. Annual subscription is £15 and entitles members to attend all eight talks. Non-members are welcome at £3 per meeting.