13 - 28 October, Book of Deer Exhibition

The Book of Deer Project is mounting an exhibition at Aberdeenshire Farming Museum Mintlaw, about the 10-year search for the monastery of Deer and the exciting early medieval radiocarbon date of 669-777AD for an excavated wooden building. The exhibition will feature finds from the digs including the Hnefatafl game board found this year. Details


Wednesday, 24th October Music at Aden – Maxwell Quartet (St Drosan's Episcopalian Church, Old Deer)

Details and tickets.

Concert by the Maxwell Quartet - 7.30 pm

This is an unmissable opportunity to hear one of the finest string quartets in the UK.  Internationally

recognised as exceptionally gifted musical communicators, this 'Home grown' group of young men have

been entrancing audiences on a global scale.  This is your chance to hear them, it's very informal, not 

high brow stuff, and if you've not come to one of our concerts you will be blown away.

Friday 2 November Aden-een, The Shell Fireworks Display 2018 (Park) Scary fun for all the family. Tickets available at Aden shop, for more information see


5 November for 2 weeks Archaeology in Aden 

Bronze Age site dig commences (field up by Hareshowe).  We need volunteers for all sorts of things, 

please come along for as little or as long as you want, see what you want to get involved in (no 

previous experience needed - just come in working clothes, no high heels!) 


Sunday, 25th November, Music at Aden – Hymns, Arias and the Italian Job – Gareth John (Theatre) Details

4 pm. Concert by the Heller Quartet and Pandy Arthur (Soprano)

Have a look at the Music at Aden Website, should be absolutely fantastic!

Sunday, 2th December, Christmas Fair (In the Polytunnels)

11 am to 3.30 pm

Santa's Grotto, Music by the Ugie Voices, Craft and Produce Stalls and much, much more.  This is a really

great event, Santa is very couthy!  and it's just a great event to get those really different Christmas presents

for someone who has everything!!


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