The exhibition theme of "The Changing Face of Earlston: 150 years of Shops & Businesses” drew a large audience throughout the two days.
Visitors took a visual tour of the village, looking at information panels, displaying vintage photographs of street scenes and shops, advertisements, and memories gathered from older residents.
Drawing particular attention was the display of the Earlston Gingham Girls Banner, carried in last year’s procession in Edinburgh to mark women gaining the vote in 1918.
The browsing table of photographic albums again proved popular and visitors were also asked to post on a panel, their own memories of the village.
Throughout the event, four slide shows attracted capacity audiences who enjoyed a “Look at Earlston Then and Now”, with the slides sparking a lively discussion, continued later over tea and coffee.
Chairman David Lothian said "We are delighted by the many positive comments we have received and would like to thank everyone involved, who contributed material and came along on the two days to help our group keep Earlston's past alive for future generations".