What’s on in Lochaber

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Fort William Bike Kitchen is running repair workshops on Thursday evenings until August 22. The free workshops are from 7pm-9pm at An Drochaid in Claggan. Email kate@lochaberenviro.org.uk or call 01397 700090 to book. The events will include tips on basic bike maintenance as well as dealing with punctures and adjusting and repairing brakes and gears.

National Trust for Scotland in Glencoe is displaying work from Glasgow-based artist Hamish MacDonald during the summer. The artist’s work, influenced by the Scottish Colourist movement, often evokes the landscape of the Highlands and islands.

A charity race night to raise funds for James Tangney is taking place at Fort William Shinty Club on Friday August 9. Doors open at 7pm and the first race is at 7.30pm.

The 69th annual Sunart and District Agricultural Show takes place at Strontian on Saturday August 10. Cattle, sheep, dog and poultry classes. Crafts and produce entries must be submitted on the day by 10am. This is a fantastic day out for all the family with more activities and exhibitors still being added. Programmes are available in local shops or visit the Sunart Show Facebook page.

There will be live music at the Bothy Bar, Strontian, on Sunday August 11 from 5pm. The Creich David Duo from Mull will play traditional and modern music.

There will be an extraordinary general meeting of Fort William  Photographic Society on Tuesday August 20 at 7pm in the Salvation Army Hall, Fort William. The purpose of this meeting is to discuss how the society can evolve to involve the current membership more and to attract additional members. Members and non-members are being urged to attend as the society needs input and ideas.