Here's a quick rundown of some of the events happening in Yorkshire this weekend...
Bradford's City Park is going to be hosting the World Curry Festival starting tomorrow. With many restaurants, stalls and stages, there should be plenty to see and do. Chefs will be performing demonstrations. There will be a street food market including a spice souk, many restaurants, musicians, dancers, cookery demonstrations, crafts, fresh produce, Indian teas, children’s activities, growers market, and fashion and beauty from the east. Chefs from Bradford College will be headed Learn to Cook Curry classes. It opens 12 noon till 10 p.m Friday & Saturday and 12 noon till 7 p.m. on Sunday. For further details please visit their website.
On Sunday 23rd June, at Workstation, Sheffield, there will be a contemporary art, design and craft fair. The fair has been organised by Hallam Roses W.I to raise money for Roundabout and their W.I. I hear their baking is legendary and urge anyone in the area to join them. The fair is on from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. For further details please visit their website.
On Saturday 22nd June, there is an indoor free music festival spread across many venues throughout Barnsley. It features a lot of local talent. All venues are within walking distance. For further details please visit their website.
Hebden Bridge Handmade Parade is a held on 22nd June and is created by local people but also welcomes participation of visitors. There are workshops held in the weeks preceding the festival to make costumes and carryable art. THE theme this year myths, mysteries and mayhem. The parade culminates in a pageant with musuc, movement and giant puppets followed by local bands, dance groups and local food. For further details please visit their website.
The Haworth Festival runs from the 21st until 30th June. It features music, art, comedy, singing workshop, ZOMBIE RUN?! and much more. They do a ticket for all the events at £18. For further details please visit their website.
What do you have planned for the weekend?
I'm hoping for a sneaky picnic if the weather isn't too bad. Maybe a rainy day picnic? I'll also be attending FORGE festival on Sunday and if I haven't pushed my luck with the hubby a little trip to the Curry Festival.
Enjoy your weekend!