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That’s the festivities all over for another year and, to be honest, I’m glad to get back to normal, whatever normal is.
However, January and February are quite flat months so I’ve been trawling Oban Town Diary to find things to look forward to but it’s quite empty so far.
Please, please if you have events coming up take a few minutes to put them on the Diary. It’s easy: just google Oban Town Diary and Submit Event. If you have any problems, you can call the office on 01631 569915 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with the details and a poster or picture if possible and I’ll put them on for you.
We all need things to look forward to during these dark days and nights and with so much bad news around just now it’s good to have community events with people supporting each other to cheer you up.
There are a few quizzes coming up, which are one of my favourite things, as well as a live screening at the cinema of Kinky Boots which I would highly recommend.
The Corran Halls is also doing its bit and has Legends of Country tomorrow (Friday January 10), followed by Princesses of Pop on January 18 and a Bon Jovi tribute act on February 29, as well as our own Ballet West performing Swan Lake on January 25.
I feel cheered up already with all this to look forward to and I’m sure there will be more coming up as we get back into the swing of things again.
If you can remember that far back, the last photo of 2019 was of the gazebo as you go onto the Railway Pier and the first of 2020 is not too far away.