Well, as we all regroup after another amazing Civic Week, it is time for a little re-cap of all that happened in the Centre last week:

We kicked off on the Friday with a Private View for the Art Exhibition in the Tweed Hall.
Then on the Saturday evening it was all change for the Tweeddale Whisky evening in the Tweed Hall.
The Art Exhibition ran until the Wednesday.
Meanwhile in the Leet Room the Craft Fair was set up and ran from the Saturday until the Thursday.
In the Connect Cafe the pop up cafe ran every day from the Saturday until yesterday.
On the Thursday evening the Tweed Hall hosted the Coldstream Guards Association dinner and then on the Friday morning there was the Civic Reception for the same association also in the Tweed Hall.
Saturday morning saw the Tweed Hall back in action for the Riders Association Coffee Morning.

A busy week and we are thankful to all those who help with the arrangements and contribute their time to ensuring these events run smoothly.

It is wonderful to see everyone using the Centre and enjoying the events, some of which bring in much appreciated funds towards the running of the Centre.

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