What’s on: February 18 - March 1

What's On
What's On

Our guide to what’s going on in the Market Rasen Mail area. Caistor diary dates provided courtesy of Alan Caine - 01472 851674 alncn100@gmail.com. For other areas call 01673 844644 or email rasenmail@jpress.co.uk

Wednesday, February 18

Police surgery at Faldingworth Village Hall, 10am - 11am.

Drop in session at Market Rasen Library, 11am to 4pm to celebrate 150th anniversary of Alice in Wonderland.

Market Rasen & District Dance Club in the Festival Hall, 7.30pm - 10.15pm. Members £3, guests £4. Details: 01673 843043.

Thursday, February 19

Caistor Civic Society in the town hall, 7.30pm. Local Government in 21st Century - Manjeet Gill (WLDC). Admission £2 for non-members.

Caistor Lions Bingo in the town Hall, eyes down 7.30pm.

Friday, February 20

Country Market in the Salvation Army Hall, John Street, Market Rasen, from 9am-1pm.

Reminiscence Session at Brigg Heritage Centre, 2.30pm - 3.30pm. Go along and share your memories. Free. Details: 01724 296771.

“Show for Ebony” at Brigg and District Servicemen’s Club, 7.30pm. Music and variety acts, fund raising for Ebony Smith, a 5 year old Brigg girl suffering from neuroblastoma. Tickets £5 in advance from Brigg Tourist Information Centre, 01652 657053 (£7.50 on door).

Live music: Tears of Laughter with Hilary James and Simon Mayor in Scawby Village Hall, 7.30pm. Part of LiveLincs Rural Touring. Suitable for ages 6+. Details: 01652 655595.

Charity country music night at Ludford Village Hall with music from John Grant, 8pm. Details: 01507 313475

Saturday, February 21

Bingo at Newtoft Social Club, 6pm for 6.30pm start.

Live music: The Mighty Doonans (folk rock) at Kirton Town Hall, doors open 7pm. Tickets: £13 advance, £15 on door. 01652 649230 or www.kirtontownhalllive.co.uk

South Kelsey Village Hall charity bingo. Eyes down 7.30pm.

Monday, February 23

Caistor Neighbourhood Policing team drop-in surgery at Caistor Arts and Heritage Centre, 1pm to 2.30pm.

Brigg and District Flower Society in the Angel Suite, Brigg Market Place, 7.15pm. Details: 01469 569607.

Tuesday, February 24

Market Rasen Gardening Club in the methodist Schoolroom, 7.15pm. Preparing for showing plants, vegetables and flowers - May Bennett, John Bennett and Marion Clark.

Wednesday, February 25

Fairtrade Fortnight coffee morning in Wragby will be holding two coffee mornings at the Wragby Library and Community Centre, 10am - 1pm.

Market Rasen & District Dance Club in the Festival Hall, 7.30pm - 10.15pm. Members £3, guests £4. Details: 01673 843043.

Rase WI annual meeting - Mastermind fun and Quiz Night in Middle Rasen Village Hall, 7.30pm.

Thursday, February 26

6.30pm – The Case of the Curious Suitcase – Performed by Rhubarb Theatre, The Vale Academy, Brigg. LiveLincs Rural Touring. Suitable for family audience age 5+. 01652 652908.

Friday, February 27

Country Market in the Salvation Army Hall, John Street, Market Rasen, from 9am-1pm.

Fairtrade Fortnight coffee morning in Wragby will be holding two coffee mornings at the Wragby Library and Community Centre, 10am - 1pm.

Live music: Folk band at Caistor Arts and heritage Centre - Liam Robinson, Eddy O’Dwyer and Frances Kelly with traditional folk song from Britain and North America, 7.30pm - 10pm. Tickets £5. Details: 01472 851605.

Live music: Evening of Jazz with Colin Dudman, piano, Peter Barnaby, bass, and Katie Warnsby, vocals, at Tealby Village Hall, 7.30pm. Advance tickets £9 (£10 on the door), under 18s £3, from the village shop, 01673 838718.

Saturday, February 28

Brigg Farmers’ Market, 9am - 3pm. Details: 01652 657053.

10am to 2pm – Mothering Sunday craft session at Brigg Heritage Centre, The Angel. No need to book, small donation requested for each craft. Details: 01724 296771.

Antique Fair – 1st floor, The Buttercross, Brigg Market Place, 10am - 2.30pm. Organised by Brigg Heritage Centre. Stalls £10. Tea, coffee and cakes. Details: 01652 618736.

Live theatre: Playland by New Perspectives at The Broadbent Theatre Wickenby, 7.30pm. Details: 01673 885500 or www.broadbenttheatre.org

Sunday, March 1

Wragby Parish Pancake Race at Dove Park, 11.30am start.

Live theatre: “Something Fishy” by Ginny Davis at Caistor Town Hall, 7.30pm. Tickets from Caistor Post Office. Part of the Lincolnshire Rural Touring programme.