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  An afternoon of fine piano works presented in the charismatic surroundings of St Conans Kirk, by the acclaimed concert pianist, Marek Kochmanski. The afternoon will be complemented by cream teas served after the performance, at no extra charge. Ticket price £8 (£6 for Friends of St Conan’s Kirk). Children 10 and under, free. Tickets......

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Another wonderful musical evening to be enjoyed by all AdLibitum / violin/accordion duo Andrea and Djordje Gajic make up the exciting violin/accordion duo, AdLibitum.  Both extremely proficient artists in their own solo careers, together they perform an exciting repertoire and have given concerts in Scotland, England, Servia, and at the Victoria International Arts Festival in Gozo,......

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The nationwide touring exhibition showcasing Scotland’s best architecture from the past 100 years has arrived at St Conans.  The Festival of Architecture is a celebration of the top 100 most outstanding buildings of the past 100 years and St Conans Kirk is one of them. , Be sure to visit us Programme of Events Daily Guided......

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Join Anna Hill, Medical Herbalist, on a walk and talk through St Conan’s grounds.  Identify and learn our Medicinal plants and their astonishing uses.Find out the secrets that daily pass you by without a thought....

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A fascinating talk by the Reverend Doctor Ian Bradley of the University of St Andrews, on St Conans and the mystical landscape of Argyll. It promises to be a really interesting evening exploring our Celtic origins and how the Saints, and different churches have carved the landscape in Argyll....

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One for the diary, June 18th – July 3rd.  To celebrate being part of Festival of Architecture 2016, we are having the Touring Scotstyle Exhibition of the best 100 building of the last century at St Conans, along with art displays, our NEW St Conans Exhibition, talks and lots more – see the full list......

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The Taynuilt Gaelic Choir gave us a wonderful evening of song, both traditional Scottish songs and more contemporary music.  It was a lovely evening, very well attended and enjoyed by all.  ...

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  Having already acquired a certain air of antiquity and a considerable reputation as one of the “show places” of Argyll, St Conan’s Kirk is delighted to announce that it has been selected among Scotland’s top 100 buildings to participate in the Festival of Architecture’s Scotstyle exhibition and publication. Led by the Royal Incorporation of......

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