|September 19th||District Chairman Julie Ramsay|
|October 11th||Ami from Afripads|
| November 21st
||Adele, Lily Knowles, Christmas Flowers|
|December 5th||Christmas Meting - Kirkcudbright Primary School Choir|
|January 16th||Robert McQuiston, Galloway Language|
|February 20th||Niomi Brough|
|April 17th||Chris Cooper, Geologist|
| May 22nd
|September 7th||Coffee Morning|
|October 5th||Coffee Morning|
| November 2nd
|January 9th||International Inner Wheel Day - President's Soup & Sweet|
|February 5th||Coffee Morning|
|March 8th||Coffee Morning|
|April 5th||Coffee Morning|
|May 3rd||Coffee Morning|
|June 7th||Coffee Morning|
Coffee and Cakes - a winning combination!
About the area
Kirkcudbright, population about 3500, is situated in Southern Scotland, on the estuary of the River Dee in the heart of Galloway. The town is an ‘Artists’ Town and holds regular art exhibitions. Many famous artists have lived and worked in the area, which is surrounded by beautiful countryside.
Kirkcudbright has many attractions and countless clubs and societies. It boasts a panoramic 18-hole Golf Course, a Wildlife Conservation Park, a Marina and working harbour and a community run Swimming Pool. Others places of interest are the Museum, Broughton House, a National Trust property where E.A.Hornel lived and Maclellan’s Castle.
The Summer Festivities run events all through the summer, culminating in the Tattoo, always a show-stopper! There is also a Jazz Festival in June and an Arts and Crafts Trail in July. Kirkcudbright has a wealth of things to see and do in a wonderful setting.