Tiumpanhead Community Centre in Aird is the place to be this weekend – with two consecutive nights of entertainment and activity bringing the people of the district together.

Tonight (Friday March 8th) sees the Tiumpanhead Community Association winter quiz, with teams vying to win the annual quiz shield. Quizmaster Mike Smith sets the questions and there’s a licensed bar, from 7.30pm.

Tomorrow night (Saturday March 9th) Fèis an Rubha takes over the community centre for the first time, to convert it into the Gaelic-only Taigh Cèilidh an Rubha.

Fèis organisers said: “We’re trying something new…Bòrd na Gàidhlig have given us funding to try out a Taigh Cèilidh in Point. This is open to all ages (in fact, we’d be delighted to see a wide range of ages). There’s only one rule: it’s all in Gaelic.”

 From 7.30-9.30pm there’ll be dancing, music, stories and song and it’s free to attend.