We have a variety of local history societies who run winter talks, and a new family history group in Oban.
The Rockfield Centre has a heritage hunters group, building on the Oral History project who have created several Oban heritage walks, which will be happening again as part of the Oban Winter Festival on the 26 November
Oban & Lorn family history society has just been formed to bring together folk interested in their genealogy where we can meet and learn from each other and other speakers. Absolutely not confined to Oban families, but we might use local examples when exploring new skills to provide more material for Rockfield a the future local history centre.
The timetable and list of talks is Here
Lorn Archaeological and Historical Society meet monthly in Oban with a wide variety of speakers
Appin Historical society meet on a Saturday afternoon. Members have a wide knowledge of the local area but do not have a genealogical answering service.
Lismore heritage centre holds a great repository of community, family and local history. Open to the public through the main season.
Dalmally history group work tirelessly through the year creating displays for Dalmally show and other local events as well as publishing books on the local area, while developing the catalogue for there amassed collection of local material. The also run winter talks.
Dunollie museum is open through the main season, but also have volunteeer groups working on archiving, the collection, the exhibitions, events and worki g the loom.
Oban war and peace museum are open through the main season and have special exhibitions during the Winter Festival