Friday, May 7: Archive Film Evening and Welcome Event; Airlie Arms Hotel; 7.00 pm.
Friday, May 7 - Sunday, May 23: Daily Guided walks round Burgh Heritage Trail and Paths Network; Various locations.
Saturday, May 8: Book signings, various venues.
Saturday, May 8: Master of Story; A tribute to JM Barrie through his own life and work by Donald Smith of the Scottish Storytelling Centre, Edinburgh; Northmuir Hall; 2.30pm.
Saturday, May 8: The Ball of Kirriemuir (Scottish and Old Time Dancing) to Colin Dewar and his Band; Kirriemuir Town Hall; 7.30pm.
Sunday, May 9: Birthday Tribute. Andrew Birkin, author of "JM Barrie and the Lost Boys", is interviewed by Scottish broadcaster and author Lesley Riddoch; Glens and Kirriemuir Old Parish Church; 7.30pm.
Monday, May 10 - Monday, May 15: Floral Art Exhibition with Christening robes and Barrie memorabilia; St Andrew's Church.
Monday, May 10: Grand Commemorative Concert with Angus Strathspey and Reel Society and others; Kirriemuir Town Hall; 7.30 pm.
Tuesday, May 11: Evening of Traditional Music and Song by Angus Folk and guests; Glens and Kirriemuir Old Parish Church; 7.30pm.
Wednesday, May 12: Strathmore Speakers Club - "Speaking of Barrie" with talks and readings; Northmuir Town Hall; 7.30pm.
Saturday, May 15 - Sunday, May 16: Mini Arts Festival and Live Poetry Event; outdoor stage in Square and Bank Street Gallery.
Friday, May 21 and Saturday, May 22: Splinters Productions present Home to Neverland, Barrie as the narrator links excerpts from various plays; Kirriemuir Town Hall; 7.30pm.
Sunday, May 23: Morning Drama Workshop (A) for 20 children, aged 9 - 12 years; Kirriemuir Town Hall; 11am - 1pm.
Sunday, May 23: Afternoon Drama Workshop (B) for 20 children, aged 9 - 12 years; Kirriemuir Town Hall; 2 pm - 4 pm.
Tuesday, June 3- Sunday, June 6: Angus Glens Walking Festival, including Barrie Walk in Glen Prosen and Town Trail; Angus Glens.
Wednesday, June 16 - Saturday, June 19: Community Drama; Caddam Woods.