Friday 21st June 2019

#LitterCUBEs LittoralArt project, Julia Barton, Dunbar Harbour, daytime
See Thursday 20th for details.

JunkMusic, played By JunkMan (Donald Knaack), John Muir’s Birthplace & Dunbar Town House Museum and Gallery, High Street
Sessions throughout the day starting: Fri 1pm, Sat 10am, Sun 1pm; lasts approximately 35 minutes. £3.50 per session. A combination of Concerts, Workshops and Make and Take sessions led by JunkMan, aimed at both individuals and families. Full details on our website Numbers are limited, book in advance at John Muir’s Birthplace, tel: 01368 865899; email:
Supported by Museums Galleries Scotland and the Dunmuir Hotel, Dunbar.


Commercial Dance, Platinum Performance Centre, Spott Road Industrial Estate, 2.15-3.00pm
Free dance class. Commercial Dance is a mixture of hip hop, street, jazz, locking, popping, breakdancing and more. Come along and learn a Commercial Dance from one of the latest music videos with Clare from Dance Discovery.

Drop in and try Samba session! with Dunbar Music School CIC, Dunbar Battery, 3.30-4.30pm
Free. Afterwards 4.30pm, session participants will be encouraged to stay and listen to a short performance by the Dunbar Music School Samba group at Dunbar Battery. All welcome to watch and listen.

Victorian Portrait Studio, McArthur’s Stores, Victoria Street 12pm–5pmSee Saturday 15th for details.

Fun Afternoon and BBQ at Winterfield Golf Club, North Road, 2-4pm
Come and enjoy the Fun Afternoon with putting, target golf, pitch and put competition for children, bouncy castle, face painting and fun characters provided by Krazee Capers! There will be a BBQ and the Fairways Restaurant and Bunker Bar will also be open to all.

Midsummer Cycle Ride to Goblin Ha, Gifford with Dunbar Cycling Group, 5pm
This friendly ride will leave from Bleachingfield Centre, Dunbar to head to the Goblin Ha’ for dinner. We aim to be home before dark, please ensure you have bike lights. Booking essential – email or phone:, 01368 862634.

Dunbar Music School CIC Concert, St Anne’s Church, 6.30pm-7.15pm free
Come and see Dunbar Music School’s talented young string players and violin ensemble

Civic Week Family Ceilidh hosted by Dunbar & District Twinning Association, 7.30-11.30pm
At Dunbar Parish Church Hall, Abbeylands, High Street. Music by Andrew Warren with caller. Tickets: £10 adult/children free with an adult. Bring your own snacks and drinks.
Tickets available from: Dunbar Library, Rona Starr 07918 151773 or Richard Smith 01368 860484.