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Thread: Wick Gala 2014

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    2014 Program

    Friday 25th July
    6 – 8 pm Only Collecting tins to be picked up from Assembly Rooms.

    Saturday 26th July
    6pm Gala Walking Entrants: Judging at Riverside Rose Gardens. Register by 5.45pm.
    7pm Crowning of Gala Queen at Riverside Car Park.
    Guest Speaker: Prof Iain Baikie, followed by procession of floats.
    9.30pm Presentation of Prizes - Assembly Rooms.

    Sunday 27th July
    11am Practice CAITHNESS AUTOCROSS CLUB – 6TH round of Championships
    1pm competition Sibster Mains Wick. Refreshments available on field. For more Info – Graeme Henderson - 07881584149.
    12 – 5pm Scavenger Hunt 5 per group. BBQ and refreshments available. Newton Hill Forest.. Run by Wick Lifeboat
    3pm Blessing of the Fleet at Wick Harbour by Rev.Bill Ferguson Wick Baptist Church.

    Monday 28th July
    10am- 2pm Isabella Fortuna and Heritage Mart will be open to view. Night viewings by request.
    10.45am Floral Art and Photography competition Assembly Rooms Wick– Entry is Free.
    10.30 - 3.45pm Wick Heritage Museum, Bank Row, Wick – 4, children 50p.
    11 – 1pm Riverside Nursing Home fun day for Residence & Guests.
    1.00 – 4pm Floral Art and Photography competition display Assembly Rooms .Wick. 1 including Tea & Shortbread.
    2 – 3pm Wick Swimming Pool Inflatable Session - 2.50. Children must be 8yrs and over and be able to swim in DEEP WATER.
    2pm Children’s Dog show, Boat Shed, Riverside. Entry 2.
    2 – 3pm Seaview Nursing Home fun day for Residence & Guests.
    6.30pm Gymkhana, Riverside Wick.
    6.30 & 7.30pm Caithness Sea Coast Tours from Wick Harbour – Booking essential - 11Tel 01955 609200.
    7pm Children’s Cycle Races – Entrants must be under 14 – enter on the night - 2. Riverside Wick.
    7pm Gala Bowling Open Pairs, Rosebank Playing Fields, Register by 20th July
    8pm An evening’s entertainment from WICK PLAYERS, Assembly Rooms Wick admission 5.

    Tuesday 29th July
    10 am – 2pm Isabella Fortuna and Heritage Mart will be open to view. Night viewings by request.
    10.30- 3.45pm Wick Heritage Museum, Bank Row, Wick – 4, children 50p.
    2pm Baby Show, Assembly Rooms – Admission 2.
    Please use registration slip at back of programme.
    7pm Children’s fancy dress, Braehead, Wick – Register by 6.45pm- Please use registration slip at back of programme.
    7.30pm Whist Drive, Assembly Rooms Wick. - 2

    Wednesday 30st July
    10 am –12.30pm Isabella Fortuna and Heritage Mart will be open to view. Night viewings by request.
    10.30 – 3.45pm Wick Heritage Museum , Bank Row, Wick – 4, children 50p.
    11am- 4pm. “World War 1 Remembered” – Exhibition in The St Fergus church running daily until Wed 6th Aug.
    2pm Children’s Walking Treasure Hunt, Boating shed – Admission 2, children must be accompanied by an adult.
    6.30pm Car treasure hunt - 5 per car – Starting at the Assembly Rooms Wick.
    6.30 & 7.30pm Caithness Sea Coast Tours from Wick Harbour – Booking essential - 11 Tel 01955 609200.
    8pm Bottle Top Bingo, Francis Street Club.
    8pm Scottish Variety Show, Pipe Band Hall, Wick – Admission 5/3 concession.

    Thursday 31st July
    10 am– 12.30pm Isabella Fortuna and Heritage Mart will be open to view. Night viewings by request.
    10.30 - 3.45pm Wick Heritage Museum, Bank Row, Wick – 4, children 50p.
    10.30 – 4pm Caithness Quilters Exhibition & Demonstration – items for sale, raffle and various stalls – Entry with refreshments 3 – Assembly Rooms Wick
    11am- 4pm. “World War 1 Remembered” – Exhibition in The St Fergus church running daily until Wed 6th Aug.
    7 - 10.30pm Sweet & Savoury night in Assembly Rooms Wick -5 Adults, 2.50 for Primary School Children, under 3.s free. Juice for sale with jugs of water on the table.

    Friday 1st August
    10 am–12.30pm Isabella Fortuna and Heritage Mart will be open to view. Night viewings by request.
    12.00 -1.30pm Cupcake Workshop. 4 per child. Booking is essential as there is limited spaces please phone Arlene on - 07702083415 To book a place. Each session is for 1hr. 4 – 14yrs old. Assembly Rooms Wick.
    10.30 – 3.45pm Wick Heritage Museum, Bank Row, Wick – 4, children 50p.
    11am- 4pm. “World War 1 Remembered” – Exhibition in The St Fergus church running daily until Wed 6th Aug.
    2pm Adult & Kids Zumba, Assembly Rooms – 4years and over.
    Adults 3, kids 2.
    8pm Darts competition, Francis Street Club, Wick.
    7.30pm – Strictly Come Dancing Competition – Assembly Rooms Wick. - 5. Licenced evening.


    Saturday 2nd August
    11am- 4pm. “World War 1 Remembered” – Exhibition in The St Fergus church running daily until Wed 6th Aug.

    1 – 4.30pm COMMONWICK GAMES – Riverside..
    Fun Games for Adults and Kids.
    Toss the caber and shot put
    Races, Long and High Jump.
    Fairy liquid football.
    Tug of war.
    Kids inflatables, and various stalls.

    WE INVITE ALL U/7 PRIMARY SECTION HIGHLAND DANCERS to come and demonstrate their talents. – register by 1pm.
    Motorbike Run – Prize for best bike - 5 entry includes refreshments
    Please register by 2pm run Starts at 2.30pm

    7.30pm Pipe Band Parade & Highland Dancers, Market Sq, Wick
    8pm Barbeque and Music, Riverside.
    10pm Watch the fireworks Display by Fireworx Scotland whilst enjoying a tasty kipper
    Sunday 3rd August.
    12noon Open Water Sprint Triathlon – Wick Harbour. Individual entries – online at Entrycentral.com. Team Entries - forms from Wick Swimming Pool.
    Last edited by Bill Fernie; 01-Aug-14 at 14:46.

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    Wick Gala 2014 - Saturday Photos at http://www.caithness.org/fpb/2014/ju...php?gallery=19

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    "Motorbike Run Prize for best bike - 5 entry includes refreshments Please register by 2pm"Do you know where the motorbike run will take place and where the run shall be to?
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    Motorcycle run registration and start/finish is from Riverside Wick, It'll be a run around Caithness, taking about 2 - 2.5 hrs. Exact route still to be determined.
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