Events

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The amazing life story of Hollywood screenplay writer and author Lorna Moon, whose books so enraged the people of her native Strichen that they were banned for fifty years, told by local playwright
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Continuing from a successful Evening Talk Series last year we're excited to bring to you another Talk Series for 2019 which explores the relationship and themes between transport and people.
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Join us at Central Library for one of our lunchtime sessions to discover basic information about how to protect your own intellectual property.
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Talk by John Johnstone, Beach Ballroom Manager
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No matter what may be going on around us or happening to us, internally we can make choices that help us maintain inner peace and inner calm.
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Come along to Cove Library and see the Meeting Room we have available for hire.
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Granite is the most unyielding of building materials but from the mid-18th century the granite men of the North East hewed this material from the
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Talk by Jenna Rose, Curator (Decorative Art)
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Although the Kimmeridge Clay is one of the most highly studied of the World’s hydrocarbon source rocks, over the past 100 years its macrofossils have been somewhat neglected.
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Join us at Central Library for one of our lunchtime sessions to discover basic information about how to protect your own intellectual property.
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Maggie Craig is a Scottish writer and historian, author of the ground-breaking and acclaimed Damn’ Rebel Bitches: The Women of the ’45, When the Clyde Ran Red, a popular history of Red Clydes
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Talk by Fiona Rennie, Convener of Aberdeen Women's Alliance
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Continuing from a successful Evening Talk Series last year we're excited to bring to you another Talk Series for 2019 which explores the relationship and themes between transport and people.
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Join us at Central Library for one of our lunchtime sessions to discover basic information about how to protect your own intellectual property.
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Andrew Taylor and Celeste-Marie Bernier from the University of Edinburgh will join us at Cen
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Dr Ken McHardy, Aberdonian and retired Diabetes Consultant, will outline his city’s pre-eminent place in the history of diabetes, a condition now affecting more than 1 in 20 of the population.
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Talk by Phil Astley, City Archivist, and Dr Thomas Brochard, Hon Research Fellow in History, University of Aberdeen
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Join us at Central Library for a journey through the archives of Historic Environment Scotland (HES).
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Our population is aging, obesity levels are increasing, and the number of patients with Type 2 Diabetes is growing world-wide.
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Talk by Alan Johnstone, Aberdeen Art Gallery & Museums Volunteer
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Join us at Central Library for one of our lunchtime sessions to discover basic information about how to protect your own intellectual property.
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2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the discovery of oil in North Sea waters. Join us for an informal tour of our oil and gas displays, hear about our Oil Memories project
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How does our brain control appetite? What are potential new treatments for obesity and Type 2 diabetes? Why do some people struggle to lose weight?
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Talk by Josie Steed, Course Leader, Fashion & Textile Design, Gray's School of Art
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Talk by Pauline Cordiner, Storyteller
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Talk by Jim Inglis, Curator (History)