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Sunday Talk: 'Pistols at Dawn - remembering Robert Burns in Alloway'

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Sunday 21 June

2pm

Join Chris Waddell, RBBM Learning Manager to look at how we remember Burns in his native Alloway and some of the key events and people who made the area so important in commemorating him

 

Free

 
Crafty Capers

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Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays between 7 July and 27 August 2pm

Various fantastic craft activities on throughout the summer!

Burns Cottage

Free (with admission)

 
The Voice of Nature

Voice of Nature

Saturday 4th July 2015 until Sunday 25th October 2015

On Saturday 4 July, a new sculpture - “Chieftain” - will be unveiled by the acclaimed artist Jake Harvey. Also being launched that day will be two new sound sculptures by mixed media artist, Laura Graham. One will be at the Auld Alloway Kirk and the other by the Brig o’ Doon – both made famous by Burns’s epic poem, “Tam o’ Shanter”.  Finally, throughout each day, the Museum gallery will feature screenings of several films by the environmental artists, Dalziel and Scullion.

Museum (Gallery)

Free

 
Ayrshire Farmer's Market

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Sunday 12 July

11am - 3pm

Top up on goodies at the Ayrshire Farmers' Market.

Museum

Free (with admission)

 
Sun Burns! Summer Fun Days

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Sunday 12 and 26 July, Sunday 2 and 16 August

12 - 4pm

Join us for a day of family fun featuring bouncy castle, kids’ activities, live music and barbecue.

Museum and gardens

Free (with admission, some charges may apply)

 
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Auld Lang Syne

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Sing or play the world’s favourite song and become part of Robert Burns Museum..

No matter how good or bad a performer you are - Burns himself had a notoriously terrible singing voice - you can add to this growing exhibit by posting your video to our facebook page.

Visit the facebook page >>>

Fact of the day

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Burns’s song Is there for Honest Poverty was chosen to open the Scottish Parliament

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