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PostHeaderIcon Greenock Fire Museum Open -- 9 September

Sunday 9 September -- Greenock Fire Museum Open, 10am to 4pm, at the old Greenock Fire Station, part of Greenock Municipal Buildings, at Wallace Place, just off Dalrymple Street. | More about the museum

 

PostHeaderIcon Ramblers' Outing -- Beinn an t-Siedhein at Strathyre -- 5 September

Saturday 5 September -- Inverclyde Ramblers' Walk -- Beinn an t-Siedhein at Strathyre overlooking Balquhidder -- Six-mile walk, ascending 2,149ft on forest track and open hillside. Leaving at 9am from lower Brymner Street, Greenock at the west wing of the Customhouse. Walk leader can be contacted on 01475 528930. | Inverclyde Ramblers

 

PostHeaderIcon Festival Of Fire -- 5 September

Saturday 5 September -- Festival Of Fire including a parade of fire engines, demonstrations and stalls in Cathcart Square, Greenock from 11am to 5pm. |  Click for more information

 

PostHeaderIcon Gig On The Green -- 6 September

Sunday 6 September -- Gig On The Green musical festival at Glenpark Cricket Ground, Brisbane Street, Greenock, from 1 to 7.30pm. Tickets are on sale at the ground each weekday evening between 8 and 10pm and at weekends from 1 until 10pm, priced £7 for adults, and £5 for concessions / students. | Click for details of line-up

 

PostHeaderIcon Inverclyde Voices Anniversary Concert -- 12 September

Saturday 12 September -- Inverclyde Voices Choir 10th Anniversary Concert, at Greenock Town Hall at 7.30pm. Special guest performers folk band The Wherries, Inverclyde Schools Junior Choir and barbershop singers The Noteworthy Pitch-Hikers. Tickets available from the Beacon Arts Centre (£12 for balcony, £10 for stalls and £5 for under-12s).

 

PostHeaderIcon Doors Open Days -- 12/13 September

Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 September -- Doors Open Days -- The chance to have a look inside around 40 of Inverclyde’s most interesting and fascinating buildings, both old and new. | Click for full details on Doors open Days website