Below are some Muir-themed events and how you can find out more about them. To add your event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Art Exhibition – ‘Land Becomes Sea Becomes Land’
Saturday 31st March to Sunday 20th May, 1pm to 5pm daily Dunbar Town House Gallery, Dunbar.
Paintings by Susie Goodwin, local artist and creative director of North Light Arts. ‘This exhibition is a reflective journey through my environmental practice over a number of years; my inspiration is the local land and seascapes around Dunbar – the playground of the great environmental thinker John Muir.’ Further information 01620 820699 or https://susiegoodwin.co.uk
Art Exhibition – ‘William Keith and John Muir: Kindred Souls’
Sunday 1st April to Saturday 30th June
John Muir’s Birthplace, Dunbar.
Explore the work of John Muir’s close friend William Keith, a respected Californian Landscape painter. The two friends shared similar interests in and attitudes towards nature and, of course, their Scottishness. Further information at www.jmbt.org.uk
One Pound entry to Scotland’s historic sites for Young Scot cardholders
To celebrate Year of Young People 2018, Historic Environment Scotland has partnered with Young Scot, National Trust for Scotland and the Historic Houses Association to offer £1 entry to young people who want to explore Scotland’s iconic historic sites. Present your Young Scot card to get entry for £1. The card is available free to all young people living in Scotland aged 11-26. Celebrate John Muir Day (14-22 April) by visiting one of the many historic sites along the John Muir Way. The £1 offer is available at the following staffed sites: Tantallon Castle, Dirleton Castle, Seton Collegiate Church, Blackness Castle and Linlithgow Palace.
Discover the John Muir Way at Young Scot Active Rewards
Online activity and prize draw. Open to all Young Scot Rewards users.
Read the article Discover the John Muir Way at #YSActiveRewards to earn 25 Young Scot Rewards points.
Use 25 Rewards points to win one of 25 John Muir Way guidebooks published by Rucksack Readers. Part of #YSActiveRewards – encouraging more young people to be more active more often in the outdoors in 2018!
Delivering events in Scotland?
You can submit your event to appear for free on VisitScotland’s events website: https://www.visitscotland.com/see-do/events/submit-event/
Get involved in Scotland’s 2018 Year of Young People:
Scotland celebrates the Year of Young People, with 12 months packed full of events, activities and ideas which will give young people the opportunity to shine, showcase their talents and contributions, and create new ways to stand out. Find events, attractions and activities at https://www.visitscotland.com/about/themed-years/young-people/
Get involved – see the online toolkit at http://www.visitscotland.org/business_support/advice_materials/toolkits/yoyp2018.aspx
VisitScotland welcomes YOYP events into a Partner Programme. Align your own events and become part of the programme – sign up at http://www.eventscotland.org/funding/partner-programmes/