Events in 2015
23rd March - 1st November - Exhibition: Castle Jail
An exhibition to celebrate the bi-centenary of Jedburgh Horticultural Society.
The United Roxburghshire and Jedburgh Horticultural Society was instituted shortly after the Battle of Waterloo in 1815, and is believed to be the oldest regional horticultural society in Scotland.
1st April - 6th June - Exhibition: Harestanes
The Otter's Tale
Discover this elusive mammal and its world, through art, science and culture. Exhibition includes contributions from Findlay Ecology Services, Laurie Campbell, TWIC, John Tolland, Angela Hunter, Julia Linstead, Hannah Longmuir, Eben Rautenbach and Martin Wilson.
At Harestanes from 10.00a.m. to 5.00p.m.
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3rd April - Drama "Lazarus Speaks"
7pm the Service of Shadows - Tenebrae - will be held at Jedburgh Old & Trinity Parish Church.
The Tenebrae is a very old Christian service, marking Jesus' death on the cross. It combines drama, music and a deepening darkness as all become aware of how dark the world can be as the Light of the world is extinguished.
This year's drama is "Lazarus Speaks". It finds us at the home of Martha, Mary and Lazarus as they observe the Sabbath the evening of Jesus' crucifixion. They are joined by Jesus' disciple, Simon Peter. Cast members are from Jedburgh, Oxnam and Lilliesleaf.
The congregation has the opportunity to eavesdrop on their reflections of Jesus' life and death. They struggle to come to terms with all that has happened without knowing or understanding what would happen the First Day of the Week.
9th April - Easter Art
At Harestanes from 2.00p.m. to 4.00p.m.
Indoor event to create your own Esater Art to take home.
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10th April - Quiz Night
General Knowledge, Christian Aid Quiz.
7.30pm in the Kenmore Hall.
£2.50 each or come with friends @ £10 per table of 4.
A Churches Together in Jedburgh event.
12th April - Easter Art
Indoor event at Harestanes from 12.30a.m. to 4.30p.m.
Create your own willow sculture or weave an easter chick. Expert guidance.
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2nd May - 4th May - Art at Ancrum
Various venues around the village, including village hall, Cross Keys Inn, shop, church and a number of private houses turned over to art for the weekend.
At least 30 invited professional artists and makers taking part. These range from visual arts, textiles, ceramics, wood and jewellery.
There are also two further exhibitions of art.
There is an exhibition “Absent Friends” in the The Cross Keys.
This features a selection of work by various artists who are not taking part in the event itself, but who we rate highly.
Also, a display of work by the local primary school will be shown in the Church.
More information can be found on the web site www.artatancrum.org.uk
2nd May - 3rd May - Quilt Show
Oxnam Village Hall
10.00a.m. to 4.00p.m. on Saturday and
12 noon to 3.00p.m. on Sunday
Competitions, refreshments, sales, trade stand and raffle.
Admission £2 in aid of Margaret kerr Centre and MAcmillan Nurses
20th June - Riverside Rock
Riverside Rock Music Festival
Riverside Rock is set to be a musical extravaganza with something for everyone young and old.
There will be children's entertainment of all kinds combined with Rock and Traditional Bands from across the borders and further afield.
Riverside Rock must not be missed, the Scottish Borders very own music festival at Riverside Park, Jedburgh 20th June 2015.
Bring along a picnic (alcohol not permitted) and come and support this local event and help raise cash for our chosen charity “Cash For Kids” and other sports organisations around the Scottish Borders.
There will be parking and a shuttle bus services available as well as fast-food catering outlets and bars.
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28th June - Family Day
Penielheugh Wellington Monument between midday and 6pm, a day of entertainment for all the family.
Plans are still being finalised, but already they include massed local pipe bands, a military band, a mass ride out of riders young and old, including, it is hoped, the Callant, military re-enactments, special visitors and participants, trade stalls and food outlets.
This programme will culminate with a beating of the retreat, a display of daylight fireworks and the lighting of the bonfire.
It will be the biggest event ever held on Penielheugh since the monument was built and all will be welcome.