Ahead of next Wednesday’s event, local councillors said in a joint statement: “Tracing our Viking past is one of the most exciting things that has happened in Dingwall.
“The archaeological investigation well and truly put Dingwall on the map.”
Dr Oliver O’Grady of OJT Heritage, which was commissioned by Dingwall History Society to dig a trial trench in the car park, will give a report on what the excavation uncovered.
Another of the speakers will be David MacDonald who was commissioned to put together a historical investigative report on Dingwall as a Viking thing site.
A new book, Things in the Viking World, edited by Olwyn Owen, will also be launched at the meeting.
It has been described as a treasure hunt in which visitors use GPS and mobile phone apps to uncover details about the locations.
In Scotland, thing sites can also be found in Shetland and Orkney.
The Dingwall event will be held in Highland Council’s High Street office from 19:00.