What’s on: May 14 - 26

Ann Stoker and Rod Collins looking at the drawing entitled 'Dido watches as Aeneus leaves." EMN-141205-083606001
Ann Stoker and Rod Collins looking at the drawing entitled 'Dido watches as Aeneus leaves." EMN-141205-083606001

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, May 14

‘Myth, Man and Mosaics’ exhibition by artist Ann Stoker, in Caistor Arts and Heritage Centre. Free entry. Runs to June 1. Details: 01472 851605.

South Kelsey Village Hall tea dance, 2pm - 4.30pm. Live music with organist Joanne Naulls. Cost £4, includes afternoon snack. Details: 01652 679348.

North Kelsey WI in the Village Hall, 7.15pm. Dave & Thel Horner - Wish upon a Star Foundation. Visitors welcome. Details: 01652 678654.

Thursday, May 15

Spring into Summer Floral Art Demonstration by Anne-Marie Snowdon with afternoon tea at East Barkwith Village Hall, 2pm. Tickets £5 from 01673 858249, 01673 858362 or on the door.

Brigg Lions Beer Festival at Unit 5, Atherton Way, 7pm - 11pm. Details: 01724 720064.

Friday, May 16

Brigg Lions Beer Festival at Unit 5, Atherton Way, 7pm - 11pm. Details: 01724 720064.

Live theatre: The Second Minute at Tealby Memorial Hall, 7.30pm. Details: 01673 838718.

Saturday, May 17

West Lindsey Open Churches weekend. Details in the brochure available from participating churches or www.churchesfestival.info

Start of Wolds Walking Festival. 128 walks over 16 days. Full details: www.woldswalkingfestival.co.uk

Wolds Festival Train Walk: 5½ miles linear walk from Habrough to Healing. Leaving Market Rasen at 08.32 to Habrough. All welcome. Details 07908 450444.

Walesby Spring Fayre in the village hall, 10am - 2pm. Craft stalls, raffle, refreshments. Proceeds to hall funds.

Brigg Lions Beer Festival at Unit 5, Atherton Way, 12 noon - 11pm. Details: 01724 720064.

Barkwith and District Gardeners Association annual Plant Sale in East Barkwith Village Hall. Doors open 2pm for plants at bargain prices.

Concert at Grasby Church, 7pm, in aid of LUPUS UK, featuring Caistor Baroque Consort, Caistor Ladies’ Choir, Caistor & District Male Voice Choir. Programme includes Hallelujah Chorus. Tickets £5 from Caistor Post Office.

An Evening with Peter Staves at Middle Rasen Village Hall, 7pm. Entertainment and supper in aid of St Andrew’s Children’s Hospice. Tickets £10 from Peter Rhodes Electrical and The Gift Horse in Market Rasen or call 01472 350908 ext 265.

Variety Show featuring local talent in Wragby Town Hall, 7.30pm. Admission £4 adults, £1 children. Organised by Friends of Wragby & District Swimming Pool.

Casino and Games Night in Caistor Town Hall. Doors open 7.30pm. Hosted by Caistor Twinning Association. Entry £10 includes fish and chip supper and “Funny Money”. Call 01472 852083 to book.

Sunday, May 18

West Lindsey Open Churches weekend. Details in the brochure available from participating churches or www.churchesfestival.info

Wolds Festival Heritage Walk: 11am and 3pm, 2 miles around Market Rasen. Booking essential. Details: 01673 844408.

Monday, May 19

Wolds Festival: Geocaching for beginners, two miles in Market Rasen area. Meet 5pm at the Festival Hall. Details: 07967 177670.

Market Rasen Flower Club in the Festival Hall, 7.30pm. Lee Berrill - Over the Rainbow. Visitors £5.

Tuesday May 20

Wolds Festival: Geocaching for beginners, two miles in Market Rasen area. Meet 5pm at the Festival Hall. Details: 07967 177670.

Caistor Heritage Trust Film Evening in the town hall, 7.30pm. “Caistor & World War One” includes the story of the Caistor War Memorial, plus Peter Addison of Riby, tells about the history of the Long Wool sheep on the Wolds & at Riby. Entry £3.

Wednesday, May 21

Caistor Arts & Heritage Centre free lunchtime concert by young cellist Elicia Palmer, 12.15pm.

Singing for the Brain: For people with dementia and their carers, 1.30pm – 3.30pm in Middle Rasen Church Hall.

Friday, May 23

Caistor Civic Society in the town hall Arts Centre, 7.30pm. Old Photographs of Caistor and area, Ken Clark and Terry Cordrey. Tickets £3 (including refreshments) from Caistor Post Office

Saturday 24 May

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

Art for All Exhibition at Broughton Village Hall, 10am - 6pm. Admission free. Details: 01652 652592.

Keelby Church flower festival, 10am - 6pm. Home life during the 1st World War. Free entry.

Sunday, May 25

Art for All Exhibition at Broughton Village Hall, 10am - 5pm. Admission free. Details: 01652 652592.

Alzheimer’s fundraising day - stalls and games - at Binbrook Village Hall, 10am - 4pm. Includes Wolds Walking Festival walk, leaving at 10am. Details: 01472 398660.

Swallow Village Hall bingo. Doors open 1.30pm, eyes down 2.15pm.

Keelby Church flower festival, 2pm - 6pm. Home life during the 1st World War. Free entry.

Monday, May 26

Keelby Church flower festival, 10am - 6pm. Home life during the 1st World War. Free entry. Lunches served between 12 noon and 2pm.

Craft fair at Goltho Gardens, nr Wragby on A158, 11am - 3pm. Free entry. Details www.golthogardens.com or 01673 857814.

Wrawby Mill Open Day, 2pm - 5pm. Adults £2, children £1, family £5. Details: 01652 653699.