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Christmas Lunch 2015

P1000349_DxO_DxOP1000348_DxO_DxOP1000347_DxO_DxOP1000346_DxO_DxOThe Christmas Lunch was held on Wednesday 16 December 2015 in the Rivers Suite, Craiglockhart Campus. Thirty two members and partners attended the event and it was a good opportunity to catch up with old friends and colleagues over an enjoyable meal.

Many thanks to David and his staff from Catering Services and to Sandy Brown for organising the lunch.

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Former Member

 

Have just been advised that Alistair McLeod who was a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Design has passed away. His funeral service will be held at Warriston Crematorium on Wednesday 20 January 2016 at 2.30pm.

Spring events in Edinburgh

Edinburgh provides free events throughout the year, sometimes too many to keep track of! Luckily Eventbrite collects them together. Here are those listed for the next few months.

Scottish Chamber Orchestra: impressionist music, Nat. Library of Scotland, Tues 12 Jan 6pm

Jane Tulloch: our best attention, Blackwells, Thurs 14 Jan 6.30

Peter May – Coffin Road, Central Library, Wed 20 Jan 7-8

Billy Kay, The Scots in Russia, University of Edinburgh, Thurs 21 Jan 6pm

Nuala O’Connor- Miss Emily, Central Library Thurs 21 Jan 7-8

Tycoon and the bard: how can a poet influence a businessman? Wed 27 Jan, National Library of Scotland, 2-3pm

Christine de Luca-Edinburgh’s Makar Thurs, Central Library Thurs 18 Feb 9pm

Bodysnatchers to lifesavers: three centuries of medicine in Edinburgh, Wed 9 March National Library of Scotland, 2pm

Andrew Tannahill lecture 2016: Scottish Literature and power, Thur 17 March, National Library of Scotland, 6pm

Dan Mulhall- Easter Rising, Mon 2 May Central Library

You can get more details of these events, and register for free tickets at eventbrite

or contact Fran at Francesanderson@me.com if you have any questions or need more information.

 

 

Foodies get together

Have you heard of the Edinburgh Scran salon? On the first Monday of the month a disparate group get together to discuss all things food. More details on the December event and tickets here:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/merry-scran-salonmas-tickets-19390686064?aff=erellivcat.

Christmas lunch

Join us for a chance to catch up with old friends, or make some new ones. Here are the menu, venue and cost. Contact Sandy Brown, who is organising it, to book a place and for any further information.

Christmas Lunch: Wed 16 December 2015
Rivers Suite Craiglockhart

On Arrival

Glass of Sparkling Wine or Soft Drink

To Start

Tomato & Lentil Soup served with Petit Pan (v)

Melon & Parma Ham

Fan of Melon (vegan)

From the Carvery

Roast Crown of Turkey with Sage &
Onion Stuffing & Cranberry Sauce

Prime Roast Beef with a Rich Red Wine Jus

Mushroom & Courgette Stroganoff with Wild Rice (v)

Roasted Butternut Squash stuffed with Jewelled Cous Cous (vegan)

Garlic & Rosemary Roast Potatoes

Buttered Carrots & Brussels Sprouts

Dessert

Christmas pudding served with Brandy Custard

Sticky Toffee Pudding served with Caramel Sauce

Lemon Posset served with Seasonal Berries (vegan)

Tea/Coffee served with Chocolate Mints

Cost £26.00
Wines and soft drinks etc. are available, charged, at the bar.

Edinburgh Napier former staff- we need you!

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Upcoming Activities

Earl Haig poppy factory trip. Join us for a tour round the factory on November 30. Let us know you are interested by 20 November, and we will give you further details

Whisky and cake tasting afternoon

A good way to pass a dreich March afternoon, or even a beautiful Spring one. We will provide the whisky and cake. What we need is someone who is knowledgeable about the history of whisky and its different varieties to entertain and educate us! So if you fit the description contact one of us, and help make this a memorable afternoon.

Outings and Activities

Jupiter art land

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Here you see Sandy Brown, stalwart arranger of xmas lunches and other activities with one the exhibits in the background. The other snap is a group of Enursa members just before they entered the cottage erected over the Andy Gallsworthy bedrock.

As you can see, although the trip was in the summer, the weather was a bit challenging. However, we suffered for the art, and the trip was memorable.