We have a full line-up for May - details of everywhere you can find us and what we'll be doing can be found here.
Saturday 12th May: 10 am to 12 noon - Loch Tay Young Archaeologists' Club at the Crannog. Metal-working - using and making tools.
Friday 18th May: Throughout the day - meet the Curator Spring Special. Fran Collinson the Museum curator will be talking all things textiles including a piece of Late Bronze-Age/Early Iron-Age textile recovered from Oakbank Crannog during its excavation.
Saturday 19th May: 10 am to 5 pm Handfasting Ceremony - Celebrate love and commitment by renewing your vows in the Crannog. Love potions, aphrodisiac soup, flower garlands. Booking advisable.
Friday 25th May: 1 pm - 4 pm Textile Workshop with Debbie Zawinski. Debbie aims to turn complete novices into spinners and explain the mysteries of stick spinning to experienced spinners who have not yet encountered this unusual technique. £15 per person to include snacks and refreshments. Limited to 10 participants - booking essential
Sunday 27th May: 10 am - 12 noon Loch Tay Young Archaeologists' Club at the Crannog. Iron Age Ingenuity. Wire jewellery making and the significance of adornment in the Iron Age.
Sunday 27th May: 10 am onwards. Special Event at the Crannog - Iron Age Ingenuity. Bronze-casting; clay pottery pit-firing; textiles with the Haddington Spinners and Weavers; Iron Age style food; wire jewellery-making; Iron Age crafts and technologies.
Thursday 31st May: Breadalbane Academy Iron Age Cafe at the Crannog. Pupils from Breadalbane Academy present their take on an Iron Age Cafe.