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Loch Lomond and the Trossachs Doors Open Day, September 18-19 Enjoy access to fascinating buildings across Scotland, some typically not open to the public. Buildings in the Trossachs area include Glenbrauch House and Breadalbane Folklore Centre.

Iron Giants, September 19 Could you have survived the Iron Age? Take up the activity challenge of using Iron Age tools and equipment as part of Scottish Archaelogy Month.

Cowal Open Studios, September 24-27 Experience unique and exciting art and crafts first hand as local artists throw open the doors of their workshops and

Ardkinglas House Tour, September 24 and October 29 Situated on the shores of Loch Fyne, visit this architectural gem, still occupied as a home today, set in the midst of majestic mountains and an ancient forest.

Cowalfest, October 8-17

One of the largest and most varied walking and arts festivals in Scotland, catering for all ages and abilities and covering many areas of interest including wildlife, photography and history.

Nuts about squirrels, October 9

Find out more about the endearing yet elusive red squirrel at this great Foresty Commision event, which takes place in Glenbranter.

Benmore Gardens Guided Tours, until October 31 With 120 acres to explore, make sure you enjoy the very best of this beautiful garden by joining a tour with an expert.
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Date:Sep 18, 2010
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