LIVE music, birds of prey, an astronomer and some motorcycles will all feature in an event celebrating Lincolnshire Day next month.
Many craft and food stalls, displays and entertainment is expected at Horncastle College on Saturday, October 1.
Included in the activities on offer is an opportunity to get your pets microchipped, courtesy of the RSPCA (for £10).
Local musician Elliott Morris is the special guest and will have a hour concert in the Conference Hall.
Rushmoor Birds of Prey will be here doing a demonstration and local Astronomer Paul Money will be doing a talk on Lincolnshire Skies.
The college’s Complementary Therapy Tutor will be here doing various taster therapies for £10 and Banovallum Motorcycle Club will be here will a huge archive of photographs (which have been on display at the Museum of Lincolnshire Life) along with motorbikes.
Yellow Bellies Brass Band is performing a concert in the hall along with various smaller set ups throughout the day, around the cafe.
The events are on from 10am-5pm.
Tickets are now on sale for £2.
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