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January

ALLOWAY BURNS CLUB ANNIVERSARY DINNER

Brig O'Doon Hotel Ayr

ALLOWAY BURNS CLUB ANNIVERSARY DINNER

Annual Anniversary Dinner - 3 course meal in the Brig O'Doon Hotel, followed by a variety of entertainment from club members and invited guests and the immortal memory proposed by esteemed Burnsian: Professor Kirsteen McCue.

Tickets: £37

(Tickets must be purchased by 13th January 2017!)

01292 440346 www.allowayburnsclub.org.uk
Saturday 21st January 2017 6pm - 11pm

BURNS ALICHT

Starts Burns Cottage Alloway, Ayr

BURNS ALICHT

Discover special illuminations, mischievous sights, sounds and entertainment.

Delight in landmarks coming alive! Finale burning of John Barleycorn at 10.45pm.

Tickets: £7.50 and £5 conc. Available from Ayr Gaiety Box Office.

Tel: 01292 288235 or www.ayrgaiety.co.uk.

More details of the event at www.burnsfestival.com. Part of Alloway 1759.

01292 288235 www.burnsfestival.com
Saturday 28th January 2017 6pm - 11.30pm

May

AYR COUNTY SHOW

Ayr Racecourse, Whitletts Road, Ayr

AYR COUNTY SHOW 2017

Ayr County Show is a fun day for all the family, this year includes: Owl Magic, Daffy Dill Entertainment, Rainbow Twisters, Face Paint Fairies, Trade Stands, Vintage Tractors, Chainsaw Carving displays, Pipers, TRUCK AYR, Catering Facilities, Food & Craft Marquee, Bar, Children’s Bouncy Slide and Funfair rides.

Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome at Ayr County Show (except in the Poultry Marquee)

0845 2011 460 www.ayrcountyshow.co.uk
Saturday 13th May 2017 9am - 5pm

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Ayrshire boasts some fantastic festivals and outdoor events, from Burns an A That in May, Ayr Flower Show and Marymass Festival in August, and Septembayr Ayr's Own Festival the list is endless.

There are also travelling events such as the funfair and the circus.

Not to mention the many Ayrshire Gala days and Highland games. Fingers crossed for some good weather this year!