They'll take place in the community centre in the centre of the village and begin at 7:30 pm; proceedings end with tea and buns. The talks have been funded by the Rural Development Council and the Turkington Foundation
Tuesday, April 1: Alex Blair, local historian and well known raconteur - "The Ulster-Scots Tongue"
Tuesday, April 8: John Marshall, archaeologist of forgotten places - "Recent Studies in Ulster-Scots"
Tuesday, April 15: Liam Corry, Ulster American Folk Park's Agricultural Curator, "Domestic Life Through The Generations"
Wednesday, April 23: Vivienne Pollock, National Museum of Northern Ireland.