What’s on at Innerpeffray
The Library runs events throughout the year: exhibitions from the collection, talks and workshops inspired by the Library, and music and social events to raise funds for running costs and special projects. Find all the dates for your diary and a downloadable copy of our Footnotes newsletter on this page.
For tickets: Book online via the links given below, or tel. 01764 652819, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are not able to visit us, we have a selection of videos to enjoy from your armchair on our website, bringing alive the collection with our Keeper of Books and Volunteers.
Dates for your diary
|Fri 1st – Sun 31st March
|Madertie Month at Innerpeffray. In honour of our Founder, visits to the Library are free all month long. Normal opening hours apply. Kindly supported by the Friends of Innerpeffray.
|Sun 17th Mar 2pm
|Talk – How Henry Dundas became Baron Dunira. Local resident & history graduate Alan Jacques explores the life and times of Henry Dundas. Tickets £10, £5 for FOIL members. Book here.
|Wed 10th Apr 7pm
|Friends of Innerpeffray AGM and Talk – the Dehlers of Innerpeffray. Library volunteer Gillean Ford will share some of the remarkable tales of the Dehler family who lived in the Library in the 1940s. Tickets available soon.
|Sun 2nd Jun, time TBC
|Jim Jermyn – New Zealand’s Alpine Wonderland. World-renowned horticulturalist and former head gardener at Perth’s Branklyn Gardens Jim Jermyn will share tales of alpine plant collecting in New Zealand. Tickets and more details available soon.
|Thurs 11th Jul, time TBC
|Three Inch Fools – The Comedy of Errors. The ever-popular outdoor theatre company are back, and the clock is ticking as The Fools try to untangle an almighty mess in this farcical tale of twins and chaos. Full details and ticket booking available soon.
2024 Exhibition – Travelling Tales
Our exhibition in 2024 celebrates visitors to the library over the ages, and books from our collections whose authors have wandered the wide world, both overseas and at home.
Although you can’t borrow books at Innerpeffray any more, all books in the collection and exhibitions are available to read, so please do ask if you have an interest in a particular subject. Only our very fragile books are exceptions to this and our guides are always happy to assist.
In the schoolroom
Free entry, open during usual Library opening hours. Tea/Coffee available, and pre-loved books for sale (honesty box). Please note the schoolroom may be closed to accommodate private bookings and events, do call to check to avoid disappointment.
If you would like to hold a private event at the Library, Schoolroom or both please do get in touch. We are delighted to hold book launches, weddings, birthday treats and private tours outwith opening hours.