Here's a bit more information about some of the clubs and classes that meet at the Centre on a regular basis, as well as upcoming workshops.


Dingwall Art Group  
This is a well established group of friendly artists of varying abilities with a membership of 25 (max). They are a not for profit making concern with their own constitution and committee and regularly have visiting tutors who provide instruction in a wide variety of mediums.

There are 4 terms per year, 2 consisting of 8 weeks (currently at £30 per term) and 2 consisting of 12 weeks (currently at £40 per term). During the summer term members can pay weekly at £4.

Members also enjoy the social aspect of the group, such as 'on location' days in the summer and an organised meal out and a Christmas party. The aim is to provide a welcoming and friendly environment in which to learn new techniques, or just to start you on a new path towards enjoying your art.

Friday Craft Group ( not currently meeting)
A group of 'ladies' with a good sense of humour, who meet up to do crafts and CHAT on a Friday evening.

There is an annual membership of £10, and a weekly contriubution of £2 per night to help with costs of tea, coffee and biscuits, and room rental. They have been meeting for 22 years in total! The average age is 60+ but there are a few younger members from 30 upwards.

They bring their own craftwork to do, but between them they have a range of expertise and help is always available for those wanting to try new techniques.
The group attends all year round, but members come to club when it suits them. Any new members are welcome to come along and join in.


Gaelic Classes
Tuesday 10 - 11.30 am & Friday 9.45- 11.15 am

Tuesday Morning - Beginners Class 

Friday Morning -  Advanced Class 

For more information contact Dolina Grant on 01463 702777 or email dolina.grant@highland.gov.uk


Gaelic Service ( no service being held in the centre at this time)
The Dingwall Gaelic Service is interdenominational and meets on the first Sunday of every month at 3pm. Services last up to one hour and are traditional in nature. Everyone is welcome!

Highland Feltmakers
Annual membership £20, Day fee £5: 

The club meets on the last Saturday of every month (except July and December) in the Main Hall on the first floor of the Community Centre. Felting materials can be purchased at the club and felt makers with some experience are welcome to join for the day, though workshops are occasionally run for beginners. The group is friendly, welcoming and relaxing, and produces a diverse range of colourful items simply from wool, including scarves, bags, gloves, pictures and hats. A very pleasing and therapeutic acivity!

Dingwall Wargames Club
A small, informal wargaming club that meets at the Centre every Monday from 7 - 10pm.

Two games are often run and a wide range of historical periods are covered from ancients, medieval, The Civil Wars of 17th century Britain, The Seven Years War, American War of Independenceand the American Civil War, through to The Second World War. New members and visitors are welcome and contact details can be found at www.dingwallwargamesclub.co.uk

Feis Rois (not currently meeting at the centre)
The work of Feis Rois, a traditional music and arts organisation based in Dingwall, takes place year round and extends well beyond Ross Shire. In addition to an extensive programme of music tuition in local authorities across Scotland, their local young musicians have toured Scotland, the UK and internationally.

Classes in the Community Centre are for adults and it is hoped that whether you are a beginner or a more experienced player, that there will be something to interest you. Classes are run in other areas too, but at the Centre in Dingwall they run from 6 - 9pm.

Other instrumental and levels of class have been run in the past and consideration would be given to doing so again if there was a demand. Please get in touch with classes@feisrois.org or find out more by visiting www.feisrois.org


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