What’s on: March 19 - 30

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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, March 19

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

Drop In Craft Club at Rasen Hub, 2pm - 4pm. Hat pin cushion workshop. £5, including materials and refreshments. Details: 01673 844556 or email rasenhub@live.co.uk

Market Rasen & District Dance Club in the Festival Hall, 7.30pm. More details: Joan 01673 843043 or Ann 01673 842188.

Thursday, March 20

Caistor Civic Society in the town hall, 7.30pm. Status of Clothes through Time - Lucinda Coultas. New members and visitors welcome.

Friday, March 21

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

Limelight Theatre Group at Brookenby Theatre from 7.30pm. New members, aged 11 years upwards, welcome. Details Ann 01472 852952 or Martin 01673 849809

Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust, Market Rasen group in Caistor Town Hall, 7.30pm. Illustrated talk by Wendy and Geoff Handford - Andes to Atacama, Wildlife of Central Chile. Admission £1.50.

Saturday, March 22

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

Caistor in Bloom RHS National Tree Planting Day at Jubilee Orchard Sportsground.

Live music and dance: Keira Dance - Threads in Nettleton Village Hall, 7.30pm. Details: 01673 828478.

Ceilidh band, Ermine Street, at Limber Village Hall. Tickets £10, including supper. Take own drinks. In aid of St Helen’s Church, Kirmington. Tickets from Village Stores, Limber and Keelby, or on the door. Details: 01469 560233

Monday, March 24

94th North Lincolnshire Music and Drama Festival in Brigg begins. Music March 24 - March 27; Drama March 31 - April 2. Details: 01652 652084.

Tuesday, March 25

Inspire! Creative Wellbeing at Rasen Hub, 1pm - 3pm. Mental Health Wellbeing group based around crafts as therapy. Free.

Wednesday, March 26

Artist of the Month at Rasen Hub, free driftwood and beach combing art demonstration, 11am - 12 noon.

Drop In Craft Club at Rasen Hub, 2pm - 4pm. Mobile Project part 2. £2.50 & 20p for drink. Details: 01673 844556 or email rasenhub@live.co.uk

Market Rasen & District Dance Club American Supper in the Festival Hall, 7.30pm, with organist Mark Spafford. More details: Joan 01673 843043 or Ann 01673 842188.

Rase WI open meeting, 7.30pm in Middle Rasen Village Hall. ‘Do you feel the sap rising’ with Loretta Rivett. Non members £3 admission. All welcome.

Thursday, March 27

Quiz Night at Caistor Sports and Social Club. Details: 01472 851918.

Friday, March 28

Artist of the Month at Rasen Hub - free demonstration on driftwood and beach combing art, 11am - 12 noon.

Forces themed fancy dress and music at The George, Market Rasen from 7pm. In aid of Help for Heroes.

Saturday, March 29

Nettleton WEA - For those in peril on the sea part two, in the village hall, 2.30pm - 5pm. Dr Stephen Bloy examines Grimsby’s prosperity as the world’s premier fishing port, and the part played by trawlers in WW1 and WW2. Fee £6, including afternoon tea. Details: 01472 859347.

Sunday, March 30

Lambing Sunday at Elsham Hall Gardens and Country Park, 11am - 5pm. Details: 01652 688698.