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As part of the national “Homecoming Scotland 2009” initiative the historic village of Fyvie, in Aberdeenshire, North East Scotland, will host its own “Fyvie Homecoming Festival” from 28-30 August 2009. http://www.fyviehomecoming.com
sound Scotland a festival of new music in the North East - click HERE
Link to the Steamboat Association website - click HERE
Photo Report of Sunday Family Ceilidh dancing at wally green - click HERE
Photo report of craft demonstrators - click HERE
Launch of 'oor boatie' - click HERE
Official Opening of the Salmon Bothy - click HERE
2K Funrun results - click HERE
Photo report by Pogofish  - click HERE
Photo report by Bruce Edelsten - click HERE
10K race results - click HERE

After the big weekend

 
Gaorsach Rapper and Step in the Bothy Marquee - click HERE
RYA sailing classes on Loch Soy - click HERE
Festival is part of Homecoming Scotland 2009 - click HERE
Map for getting here - click HERE
Festival on New Zealand Radio (20 mins) 6Mb mp3 - to listen click HERE
Alex Salmond to officially open the Bothy - click HERE
 
What's on when and where? Timetables - click HERE
Latest on 10K road run and fun run - go to external site
Friday Night Showcase Concert - tickets online  - click HERE
Stuart B Campbell - Poet at the Bothy - click HERE
Spellbinding music from Oz - Danny Spooner - click HERE
Festival and Bothy make the national news - click HERE
Who's in the Art Hoose? - click HERE
 
Slogmaakane (the greedy seagulls) are back - click HERE
COAST - festival of the creative arts 23-26 May 2008 - click HERE
For Leukaemia Research - sail round UK - click HERE
Trickey Folk Duo to bridge the gap - click HERE
Local art exhibits upstairs at the Salmon Bothy - click HERE
Mackie & Macphee make the Infinite Equation (music) - click HERE
Banff songwriter at the Bothy  (Kate James) - click HERE
 
An Orkney Yole for sale - click HERE
Follow the Herring Road Run Map - click HERE
Dance programme at the Wally Green - with Family Ceilidh - click HERE
The big bands sounds - click HERE
Friday Night Showcase Concert book online - click HERE
Build your family history research skills - click HERE
Dave Purves is back with the coracles - click HERE
 
Entry forms for the road runs are now available - click HERE
The RYA are back with a week of sailing training - click HERE
Kingscliff Sporting Lodge returns to adventure land - click HERE
Grampian Fire and Rescue Service will put on exciting demos
Acting Up will be telling stories - click HERE
Grampian Food Forum to sponsor the food fayre - click HERE
Details of the Ballads and Bairns 2008 programme - click HERE
 
Norwegian faering for sale - click HERE
Regular as nightingales  Gaye and Trish are back - click HERE
The Boatfest Dance 2008 Programme begins to fill out - click HERE
Fisher Folk now signed up for this year - click HERE
Rapparees update to the romping return - click HERE
Our Boathook Newsletter - 2008, Vol 2 - 2.1Mb pdf - click HERE
Shepheard, Spiers & Watson on the music line up - click HERE
 
New sponsors added to list - click HERE
Mouthwatering line up for the food fare - click HERE
Come and hear the delightful L-Fish - click HERE
Drascombe Rally - Avoch to Portsoy - 17-22 June 2008 - click HERE
Traditional roots re-surfacing  - the Calum Stewart 3 - click HERE
Rain and shine...and plenty of smiles - Photographs of Portsoy’s Scottish Traditional Boat Festival. Thursday 7 February to Sunday 27 April 2008 in Duff House tearoom - free admission - click HERE
 
25th North Sea Yacht Race - 27-28 June 2008 - click HERE
Our Boathook Newsletter - 2008, Vol 1 - 2Mb pdf - click HERE
Festival tide times - click HERE
Sheena Wellington to appear as performer and MC - click HERE
Read about our growing range of projects for the young - click HERE
A Seagull's eye view of the festival - aerial photos - click HERE
 
Sail Hebrides, 14-19 July 08, Stornoway Harbour
For details see www.sailhebrides.info
The folk band Haggerdash confirmed for 2008 - click HERE
Helge Arildsoe will be back with his Norwegian shantys in 2008 - click HERE
Molly Muddle and the sticky kids show - a must for 2-6 year olds - click HERE
January 2008 - the 2008 website is first published