🎇Supper Club NB ‘A Manhattan Christmas’

🎇Supper Club NB ‘A Manhattan Christmas’

Supper Club NB offers up fresh dining adventures for the food curious in East Lothian. For this instalment, it’s time to enter that ‘empire state’ of mind and put your best foot forward for a festive gala, NYC-style.

Doors open 6pm for canapes and cocktails and the Grande Buffet will be served from 7.30pm.

Live music comes courtesy of Hamish McGregor, Little Big Band and DJ Steve Austin.

🎄Festive Eco Wreath Workshops

🎄Festive Eco Wreath Workshops with Sandy Branches Flowers & Plants

You’ll learn how to construct a wreath using locally sourced dried flowers and foliage with lots of winter earthy materials and dried fruits. With professional guidance and tips along the way, this is a lovely, festive way to spend a winter evening. All materials are supplied.

Drinks and light refreshments will be available from the Seabird café.

🎄Festive Eco Wreath Workshops

🎄Festive Eco Wreath Workshops with Sandy Branches Flowers & Plants

You’ll learn how to construct a wreath using locally sourced dried flowers and foliage with lots of winter earthy materials and dried fruits. With professional guidance and tips along the way, this is a lovely, festive way to spend a winter evening. All materials are supplied.

Drinks and light refreshments will be available from the Seabird café.

📚’Scabby Queen’ author Kirstin Innes in conversation

📚’Scabby Queen’ author Kirstin Innes in conversation with The Flock – Scottish Seabird Centre

In our first author event, novelist Kirstin Innes talks to Jennifer Crichton of The Flock about her second book Scabby Queen as well as the newly published Brickwork.

Sweeping across five tumultuous decades in British politics, from the miners’ strike to Brexit, Scabby Queen is a tantalising portrait of a woman who defies the norm.

🍷 Wine Wednesdays Festive Tasting

🍷 Wine Wednesdays Festive Tasting

Wine Wednesdays North Berwick delivers mixed cases of excellent value quality wines from around the world to your door in East Lothian.

Drop in at any time between 6 and 8pm to taste your pick from a large range of wines available to sample.

🎨Forthline Project Art Exhibition

🎨Forthline Project Art Exhibition – Scottish Seabird Centre

More than 100 artists, crafters, and creatives have come together to produce this breath-taking illustrated story of the Firth of Forth coastline, bringing history, communities, wildlife, and fears for the future together into an exquisite series of multimedia squares.

Conceived during the dark days of winter lockdown, this project combines the passionate reflections of over a hundred different people about a part of the Forth coast that is special to them. A long storyline of enmeshed crafted memories and visions of the Forth has emerged, linking the Fife, Edinburgh and East Lothian coasts, biodiversity, people and communities.

Many people have focused on the coast’s local history and wildlife, its beauty and diversity, and the many species and memories that have been lost. While frustration and anger about marine degredation and pollution can be seen in many pieces, there is also heartfelt hope for the future.

We invite you to come and enjoy the artwork, learn more about the project, and explore some of the important themes raised by the artists.

🕺🏼Family Ceilidh with Ceilidhkids

Family Ceilidh Sunday 28 November, 4.30pm

Celebrate St Andrew’s Day with our family ceilidh session with Ceilidh Kids calling the dances. Best suited to children aged 3-7 years with parents or carers, but everyone is welcome. We involve everyone: skip, clap and march together to traditional Scottish music. Enjoy discovering very simple dances that you might find at a ceilidh or Scottish country dance. Pre-school children will need an adult or older child to partner with; one adult can dance with two children if necessary.

🎵Live music from ‘Fired’ & ‘Jazz Cafe’

🎵Live music from ‘Fired’ & ‘Jazz Cafe’

Join us for a fantastic evening of live music with rock band Fired, followed by jazz quartet Jazz Cafe.

Refreshments will be available to buy at the seabird cafe.

This is a fundraising event organised by the Seabird Centre volunteers in support of children’s education and activities at the Scottish Seabird Centre.

Harbour Master Cover

Our Harbour Master, Ross, is currently off work and likely to be off for the next 4 weeks. In his absence Sandy Brodie, the Harbour Operations Manager will assume all authority of the Harbour Master. Sandy can be contacted here