The programme for our winter session is almost complete and, as always, looks great. Thanks to Graham Boyd for putting it all in place.
If you are not yet a member of KDHG, please come along to our first meeting in Kilmarnock College at 7.30 pm on October 5th.
Kilmarnock & District History Group Programme for 2010 / 11
5 October John Millar - Lithuanians in Scotland
19 October Max Flemmich - 100 Years of the Telephone
2 November Dugald Cameron - Scotland’s Aviation
16 November Linda Fairlie - A Royal Engagement
This meeting will be held in the Dick Institute
30 November Robin Wood - Frances Wright, Scotland’s Unknown Heroine.
14 December John McGill - History of Loudoun Castle.
11 January To be arranged
25 January Dr Tony Pollard - Rorke’s Drift
Dr Pollard has spoken to us before about his major archaeological projects.
8 February KDHG Members - History on the Web
22 February Mrs Sandra Liquorish Fairlie House- It’s Architects and Inhabitants
8 March To be arranged
22 March Alastair Dinsmore - AGM + The History of Glasgow Police
It’s hoped to have a talk on Glasgow Botanic Gardens on one of the vacant dates