Our pick of the best events .....................
CALLING serious sewers to a Knit and Stitch workshop where you’ll get the chance to begin a quilt from a jelly roll using basic patchwork and quilting techniques. You’ll be guided through the key stages in piecing together fabric to form together a beautiful quilt top. Average sewing machine ability required. where: 26 Market Place, Doncaster, DN1 1EE
When: February 23, 10.00am-16.00pm
HoW Much: £49
Witness: some of the wonders of the natural world in a reptile spotting guided walk Hatfield Moors.
The Humberhead Peatlands is home to a sizeable population of adders. Did you know know that adders dance?
Come and find out about this protected species on a short family walk. No need to book. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Contact 07766420290
Where: Meet at Boston Park car park SE83048 .
When: Saturday February 23, 10.30am.
Check out an exhibition of sensory mosaics from Heatherwood School at Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery . Between January and July 2012 artist Caroline Gaytor worked with the whole of Heartherwood School to create sensory mosaics for their outdoor classroom areas. The mosaics include glass and reflective objects and explore subject matter including the sea, plants, animals and the weather.
Where: Doncaster Museum & Art Gallery
When: Runs to March 23, 10.30am-4.15pm.
Contact: 01302 734293 / Doncaster Council
How Much: Free
Doncaster Little Theatre is performing Gods and Heroes.
The gods of Mount Olympus are becoming tired and frustrated with the antics of the human population on earth and the humans are not very happy with the performance of the gods. As the two groups reflect on their long association the value of their relationship is brought into question.
Written and directed by Barbara Upton.
A Young Lit production. .
Where: Doncaster Little Theatre
When: Runs to Saturday at 7pm.
How Much: Tickets £6.
Contact: Box Office: 01302 340422
Opposites Attract features works by two very different Barnsley-bred artists: watercolour artist Ashley Jackson and sculptor Graham Ibbeson.
The collection is on display at Cusworth Hall, a beautifully renovated Grade 1 listed house perched in green splendour above its lake. Ashley Jackson and Graham Ibbeson “Opposites Attract” Exhibition is a unique opportunity to view the dynamic watercolour paintings of Ashley Jackson and the humour and expression captured in the sculptures of Graham Ibbeson.
Friends for many years, the artists have chosen to collaborate on an exhibition.
It is the perfect opportunity to view such a diverse collection of the similarities and differences of the two artists. Sharing the same passion for Yorkshire and its people and capturing elements of such difference - Jackson the Yorkshire landscape and atmospheric skies and Ibbeson the often comical humour of facial expressions to the serious nature of Morecombe and Wise. Visit www.ashley-jackson.co.uk
Where: Cusworth Hall, Museum And Park , Cusworth Lane, Cusworth
When: Runs to March 1. Starts 11am
contact: Museums@doncaster.gov.uk, 01302782342, Cusworth Hall
BRING your children along to the Brevon Art gallery for an art class with various activies certain to delight budding young artists.
The clubs is suitable for children between the ages of 7-11 and takes place every week.
Activities are run by experienced artist and tutor, Linda Eyre, whose expertise helps to motivate artists of all kinds, no matter their experience.
The Brevon Art Gallery represents a variety of carefully selected artists from Doncaster and beyond, and attempts to appeal to browsers and fine-art lovers alike, making it the perfect creative space for an art class.
where: Brevon Art Gallery, 6 Bass Terrace, Thorne Road, Doncaster DN1 2HZ
WHEN: tAKES place every Monday between 4-6pm
CONTACT: 01302 366 133 / firstname.lastname@example.org
HOW MUCH: £10 per lesson