Aberdeen 1: “Scotland’s Right To Choose”, hosted by Aye Aberdeen. 1pm-4pm, Robert the Bruce statue, Marischal Square. Protest and handing out of 2000 flyers. Also will be giving out EU Saltires. https://www.facebook.com/events/483792879214816/

Aberdeen 2: “Leave A Light On For Scotland”, hosted by Aye Aberdeen. 10.30pm-11.15pm. Marks Scotland’s exit from the EU against its will. Bring flags, banners and torches and candles. https://www.facebook.com/events/250968099207315/

Arran: Yes Arran are having a social evening at 7pm at Corrie and Sannox Village Hall with entertainment including music, film and a raffle. Bring food to share and BYOB. Entry by donation at the door.

Dundee: Dundee & Angus Independence Group will be hosting Leave A Light on For Scotland, a candlelit vigil, in the City Square. Meet in the City Square, at 5pm – bring a candle or torch and take part in this short ceremony.

Edinburgh: Scotland’s departure from the EU will be marked at the “Missing EU Already” rally outside Holyrood from 5pm-7.30pm and a candlelit vigil from 10pm-11.30pm. The rally (organised by Edinburgh Yes Hub) will be entertained from 5pm by musicians. Speakers start at 5.30pm, compered by National columnist Lesley Riddoch. The line-up includes Joanna Cherry MP, Tommy Sheppard MP, Ellen Hofer, artist, activist and German/New Scot, with more to be announced. Musicians include Andrew Gordon and the Bells.

During the candlelight vigil there will be further speakers including Scottish Greens co-leader Lorna Slater, a light show to commemorate Scotland’s forced departure from the EU and an “au revoir” farewell march with EU flags.

The rally is supported by the Commonweal, English Scots 4 Yes, Pensioners 4 Yes, Musselburgh, Inch, Gracemount, Craigmillar, Midlothian, Morningside and Marchmont Yes Groups, Edinburgh Women for Independence, the Scottish Independence Foundation, and Edinburgh4Europe.

Glasgow 1: Scottish Greens are hosting the “Independent Scotland in Europe” rally at Barras Art and Design (BAaD) from noon. Ska Keller, the co-president of the Greens in the European Parliament, will speak at the event. Co-convener Patrick Harvie said the party will relaunch the Green Yes campaign at the rally and that it will not be a gloomy affair.

Glasgow 2: Another “Leave A Light On For Scotland” event, this time at the Donald Dewar statue at the top of Buchanan Street from 10.30pm. Bring a torch or mobile phone (no flames). Sign up here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/leave-the-light-on-for-scotland-event-tickets-90059627771

Greenock: Campaigners from Inverclyde will gather at the Battery Park in Greenock on Friday evening at 7.30pm. The supporters will organise themselves into a circle of 12 groups of torch bearers to represent the 12 stars that make up the European flag. As the torches are lit, a lone piper will perform Ode to Joy, the EU's official anthem since 1985.

Irvine: Pensioners for Independence Ayrshire will be holding a street stall at Bridgegate, Irvine from noon-2pm.

Islay and Jura: Islay & Jura Branch SNP are holding a candlelit vigil in Bowmore Square on Friday at 10.30pm. All pro-EU membership supporters welcome.

Kirkcaldy: Kirkcaldy Yes Hub is holding a Leave A Light On event at the Town Square, and participants are asked to bring a light, torch, tealight, or mobile phone torch to light up the area. Event begins at 7pm.

Kirriemuir: Yes Kirriemuir is to hold a Day of Action from 11am to 11.30pm. A series of events centred on the Town Square will include leafleting, music, and a day-long vigil with “Scotland in Europe” flags, songs and piping in the Square from 1.30-2.30pm, music and singing in the Three Bellies Brae bar by the Square from 7.30pm, and at 11pm a vigil with music and singing in the Square.

Lochgilphead: AyeFyne Yes group will be holding a peaceful vigil on Friday from 5-6pm on Lochgilphead front green on the theme "Keep a Light on for Scotland", to be accompanied (technology permitting) by loud renditions of the EU anthem Ode to Joy. All – of any or no political persuasion – welcome. Bring your own candle.

Perth: Perth4Europe will meet in the prosecco bar at The Venue St John Street, for a social evening at 6pm. After, at 10.30pm, attendees will proceed to the Queen’s Bridge with flags and placards to mark Scotland’s exit from the EU. Ode To Joy can be played or hummed, those who play musical instruments can bring them along. Auld Lang Syne will also be sung.

Pitlochry: Atholl Branch SNP will be holding a vigil at 10.30pm at Pitlochry War Memorial as a wake for the European Union withdrawal against Scotland’s wishes. European and other nationality’s flags welcome.

Stirling: Stirling4Europe is hosting a “Keep a light on for Europe” event. The group says MPs and MEPs will be in attendance and attendees are encouraged to bring torches and their singing voices. 4pm-6pm, Rondel, King Street.

Ullapool: Yes Ullapool and Lochbroom is holding a circle of 12 flaming torches, planted at Am Pollan Park in Ullapool at 11pm. Everyone is invited to join. Attendees are encouraged to bring a light. 

Get in touch via letters@thenational.scot if there is an event we have missed from this list which we should add.