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Crocheting classes run every Wednesday from 5.30pm -7.30pm at Caol Library. The Woolpack will give you the tools to start creating your own projects, experiment with new ideas and ignite creativity with this technique. There is no need to book, but you can get more information from Magda on 07917554474 or email@example.com
There is a pre-Fort William Mountain Festival film night at the Caol Community Centre on January 11. Three films will be shown, starting at 7pm, with two of these involving local climbers, Kevin Shield and Dave Mcleod.
Lochaber Natural History Society is hosting a talk called The Corncrake in Scotland, given by Chris Bailey of the RSPB, in the Ben Nevis Hotel, Fort William, on January 13, at 7.30pm.
Lochaber Environmental Group starts its next round of bike repair classes from Wednesday, January 15, for four weeks. The classes will teach basic maintenance and repair, including how to keep your chain running smoothly, puncture repair, and adjusting and repairing your breaks and gears. For more information and to register, email firstname.lastname@example.org uk
Glencoe Mountain Resort will host activities to mark World Snow Day on Sunday January 19.
Lochaber Sensory Care will hold an outreach clinic at Ballachulish – Abbeyfield Care Home, on Monday January 20, from 10.30am to 12.30pm.