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THINGS TO DO in the next two weeks

Sun 14 Feb

Hambleton Ramblers. An easy 5.5 mile walk from Nunnington to Harome across fields. Depart by car from Northallerton 9.00. tel: Teresa Quin 01748 818946 web: http://hambletonramblers.co.uk

Sun 14 Feb

The Forum, Bullamoor Rd, Northallerton, DL6 1LP. 'The Peanuts Movie' (U). 14.30. tel: 01609 776230 web: http://forumnorthallerton.org.uk

Sun 14 Feb

Thirkleby Village Hall. Valentine Day Tea Party in aid of the Friarage Scanner Appeal with Tombola, Raffle & Children's corner. 3pm to 5.30pm. 50p. tel: 01845 501375 Mrs J Coupe

Mon 15 Feb

Ripon Workhouse Museum. HG4 1LE. Have fun this half-term by creating Victorian themed Valentine Crafts. Make felted wool hearts, plant some Heartsease seedlings to take home & find out about vinegar Valentines, the cards you would rather not receive. There will be twice-daily Punch & Judy performances too. Activities from 11am - 3pm. Normal admission charges apply. Adults £6.50 (Concs. £6) Children 6 - 15 £5. tel: 01765 690799 web: http://riponmuseums.co.uk/

Mon 15 Feb

Thirlby Village Hall. Thirlby Local History Group. "A Prisoner, A Pirate, A dog Musher and Ship Wreckers. Film and presentation by Colin Narramore. 7.30pm. £3 including refreshments. tel: 01845 597077

Tue 16 Feb

Thirsk Athletics Club, Newsham Road YO7 1QP. Quiz in aid of Christmas Lights. Teams of up to 4. £10 with hot supper, £5 without. tickets: Phone 01845 522333 to book places

Wed 17 Feb

Thirsk New Library, Meadowfields, Chapel Street, Thirsk YO7 1TH. 'A Writer's Life' - an afternoon with Natasha Cooper, acclaimed crime novelist, radio, & newspaper critic, aka Daphne Wright, historical novelist. 2.30pm. Free entry.

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 Thu 18 Feb

Ritz Cinema, Westgate, Thirsk YO7 1QS. Snoopy and Charlie Brown: the Peanuts Movie (U). Charlie Brown tries to improve his odds with the Little Red-Haired Girl. Snoopy writes a book about the Flying Ace, as he imagines himself as a legend trying to save his love interest and pilot Fifi from the Red Baron and his army. 7.30pm (& 2.30pm Sat, Sun). £5 (Mondays, matinees & concessions £4). tel: 01845 524751 web: http://www.ritzcinema.co.uk

Thu 18 Feb

Askrigg. Circular moderate walk, 9 miles. 10am The Green Bainbridge DL8 3EF SD934902. tel: 01325 466948 web: http://www.northallertonramblers org.uk

Thu 18 Feb

Gunnerside SD950982. Gunnerside Gambol - 9 mile moderate walk. Lots of industrial history. 10am. tel: 01609 748564 web: http://www.northallertonramblers org.uk

Thu 18 Feb

The Forum, Bullamoor Road, Northallerton. NTL delayed live screening of Les Liaisons Dangereuses. 7.00pm. £15/£10/£10. tel: 01609 776230 tickets: The Forum Box Office email: info@forumnorthallerton.org.uk web: http://fwww.forumnorthallerton.org.uk

Wed 17 Feb to
 Fri 19 Feb

Joseph Rowntree Theatre, York. 'Bugsy Malone'. Flying Ducks Youth Theatre. 7.30pm + matinee. £10, conc. £8. tel: 01904 768963 tickets: York Theatre Royal Box Office. 01904 623568 web: http://www.jrtheatre.co.uk

Wed 17 Feb to
 Sat 20 Feb

Joseph Rowntree Theatre, York. 'Les Miserables'. Pick Me Up Theatre. 7.30pm.+ Sat matinee 2.30pm. £16. tel: 01904639117 web: http://www.jrtheatre.co.uk

Sat 20 Feb

Kiplin Hall. Gothic for Girls- History Wardrobe presents a display of costumes and readings from classic novels about spookily beautiful ladies finery!. 4.30pm to 6.30pm. £17.50pp incl. afternoon tea. tel: 01748 818178 tickets: phone or website email: info@kiplinhall.co.uk web: http://www.kiplinhall.co.uk

Sat 20 Feb

Thirsk & Sowerby Town Hall, Westgate, Thirsk. YO7 1QR. Thirsk MiniCon. Hall or Nothing Events presents - A Comic -Con Style event aimed mainly at the younger fan of comics, movies & games & all things Geeky. Special guest is KyloRen from the Star Wars Movie 'The Force Awakens! Also a Fancy Dress Contest that is free to enter. Around 20 tables of Geeky traders. Activities to be announced. There will be a little something for everyone, & hot food served all day too. 11am - 2pm. £3 Under 12s £2.

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 Sun 21 Feb

Aerial Extreme. Camp Hill, Kirklington, Bedale. 25% discount for families during half term. 2 adults + 2 children. email: aerialextreme.co.uk

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 Sun 21 Feb

All over York. Jorvik Viking Festival, the largest in Europe. Family-friendly events, lectures, guided walks and battle re-enactments. tel: 01904 615505 web: http://www.jorvik-viking-festival.co.uk

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 Sun 21 Feb

Sutton Bank National Park Centre, YO7 2EH. "Dark Skies" Children's Activities Trails & Crafts all week- Special make your own telescope event on Tues. 16th (extra charge). 11am to 4pm. Adults free, Child £3(incl. prize), Telescope event £4. tel: 01845 597426 tickets: At the centre web: http://www.northyorksmoors.org.uk/events

Sun 14 Feb to
 Sun 21 Feb

Sutton Bank National Park Centre, YO7 2EH. National Nest Box Week- join us to celebrate this special week - birdy crafts & trails, special offers on bird products & nest boxes. 10.30am to 4pm. free. tel: 01845 597426 web: http://www.northyorksmoors.org.uk/events

Wed 17 Feb to
 Sun 21 Feb

Lightwater Valley Theme Park, North Stainley, Ripon. Enjoy a fab family day out with lots of indoor & outdoor activities, rides & fun. Riggmoor Farm will also be joining us with their animals including rabbits, guinea pigs, ducks , chickens, lambs, pygmy goats, calf, mini -pony, -donkey, -pig & alpacas. Please note that although selected rides for young children and adults will be operating, the full theme park will not be open. 10.30am - 3.30pm. £6pp bookable on line. tel: 01765 635321 web: http://www.lightwatervalley.co.uk/fabfeb

Sun 21 Feb

Hambleton Ramblers. 5.5 mile walk from Byland Abbey to the Observatory. One stiff climb, mainly paths and tracks. Depart by car from Northallerton 9.00. tel: Teresa Quin 01748 818946 web: http://hambletonramblers.co.uk

Sun 21 Feb

St Oswalds Church, Sowerby, Thirsk YO7 1JG. The Rose Trio - clarinet, bassoon and oboe. Including music by Ibert, Mozart, Beethoven & Gershwin. 3pm. £12, £13 on the door. tel: 01845 518001 tickets: White Rose Bookshop or online email: tickets@sowerbymusic.org.uk web: http://www.sowerbymusic.org.uk

Sun 21 Feb to
 Tue 23 Feb

Joseph Rowntree Theatre, York. 'She Stoops To Conquer'. Pick Me Up Theatre. 7.30pm. £10. tel: 01904639117 web: http://www.jrtheatre.co.uk

Fri 19 Feb to
 Thu 25 Feb

Ritz Cinema, Westgate, Thirsk YO7 1QS. The Hateful Eight (18). American Western mystery film. Eight strangers seek refuge from a blizzard in a stagecoach stopover some time after the American Civil War. 7.30pm. £5 (Mondays & concessions £4). tel: 01845 524751 web: http://www.ritzcinema.co.uk

Thu 25 Feb

Annex to the Town Hall. 'Thirsk'. A talk presented by Thirsk Museum Society & given by Derek Lilly. 7.30pm. Admission £2.

Thu 25 Feb

Pickhill & Maunby. 5 mile easy walk. 10am Maunby Green YO7 4HG SE349863. tel: 01609 771169 web: http://www.northallertonramblers.org.uk

Thu 25 Feb

Rural Arts, The Courthouse, Westgate, Thirsk YO 1QS. National Theatre streamed live: 'As You Like It'. Shakespeare’s glorious comedy of love and change with Rosalie Craig (London Road, Macbeth at MIF) as Rosalind. 7pm. £15, under 18s/over 60s £12. tel: 01845 526536 tickets: Online or phone web: http://www.ruralarts.org

Thu 25 Feb

Upper Nidderdale. 10 mile moderate winter ramble. 10am Lofthouse car park HG3 5RG SE109726. tel: 01609 775833 web: http://www.northallertonramblers.org.uk

Sat 27 Feb

St Oswalds Church, Sowerby, Thirsk YO7 1JG. Sowerby Music. Lendvai String Trio with Tom Poster, piano. Including Richard Strauss's Piano Quartet and Mahler's Piano Quartet. 3.30pm. tel: 01845 518001 tickets: White Rose Bookcafe or online. email: tickets@sowerbymusic.org.uk web: http://www.sowerbymusic.org.uk

Sun 28 Feb

Hambleton Ramblers. 7 mile walk Carlton Bank, Raikes Farm, Scugdale Hall and Brian's Pond to return by Thwaites House. Moorland and forest tracks. Depart by car from Northallerton 9.00. tel: Teresa Quin 01748 818946 web: http://hambletonramblers.co.uk

Fri 26 Feb to
 Thu 3 Mar

Ritz Cinema, Westgate, Thirsk YO7 1QS. The Revenant (15). American semi-biographical western film based in part on Michael Punke's The Revenant: A Novel of Revenge, inspired by the experiences of frontiersman and fur trapper Hugh Glass. Set in 1823 Montana and South Dakota. 7.30pm. £5 (Mondays & concessions £4). tel: 01845 524751 web: http://www.ritzcinema.co.uk

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 Tue 15 Mar

Inspired By--Gallery at N. Yorks Moors National Parks Centre. "Recurring Dreams" exhibition of Fractal Art by Vienna Forrester showing NY Moors Landscapes and Dreamscapes. 10am - 4pm daily. Free entry. tel: 01439 772738 web: http://www.northyorksmoors.org.uk/inspiredby

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 Tue 15 Mar

Inspired By--Gallery at N. Yorks Moors National Parks Centre. "Jewellery from the Moors"- Jewellers display their work in the gallery. Special Valentine's days on 13th and 14th Feb. with music by Harpist Sarah Dean. 10am - 4pm daily. Free entry. tel: 01439 772738 web: http://www.northyorksmoors.org.uk/inspiredby

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 Tue 15 Mar

Inspired By--Gallery at N. Yorks Moors National Parks Centre. Leven Art Society Art exhibition "Under Sheltering Skies" portraying the beauty, character & industrial heritage of the Moors and Coast. 12 noon to 4pm daily. Free entry. tickets: 01439 772738 web: http://www.northyorksmoors.org.uk/inspiredby

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 Wed 16 Mar

Only Wed. Thirsk Town Hall. Learn to Sew (no lesson on 10th Feb.). 6.30pm - 8.30pm. £60 for 10 lessons. email: info@sewyorkshire.com web: http://www.sewyorkshire.com

Over two weeks away

March

Tue 1 Mar

The Angel at Topcliffe. Monthly Comedy Club -a great night's entertainment, always joined by 3 up-&-coming comedians from the Comedy Circuit. For more details of acts please see our Comedy Club Page. 7.30pm for 8pm start. £8 in advance or £10 on door. tel: 01845 578000 web: http://www.theangelattopcliffe.co.uk/comedy-club.html

Thu 3 Mar

CP Kirkbymoorside West of main street. YO62 6BJ/ SE695867). Northallerton Ramblers 8 mile/12.9km walk (Moderate). 10.00am. tel: Rosemary Bateman 01609 771169 web: http://www. northallertonramblers .org.uk

Thu 3 Mar

Rural Arts, The Courthouse, Westgate, Thirsk YO 1QS. National Theatre Live: Hangmen. Following a sell-out run at London’s Royal Court Theatre, Olivier and Academy Award® winner Martin McDonagh returns to the West End with Matthew Dunster’s award-winning production of his deeply funny new play Hangmen. 7pm. £15, under 18s/over 60s £12. tel: 01845 526536 web: http://www.ruralarts.org

Fri 4 Mar

Only Fri. Thirsk New Library, Meadowfields, Chapel Street, Thirsk YO7 1TH. A Murder Mystery Event. 7pm. £7 to include light refreshments. tickets: Thirsk Library , Oxfam Thirsk

Sat 5 Mar

The Forum, Bullamoor Rd, Northallerton, DL6 1LP. The Forum Big Band with singer Matthew Ford perform numbers from the Swing era. 7.30pm. £10. tel: 01609 776230 tickets: The Forum Box Office email: info@forumnorthallerton.org.uk web: http://fwww.forumnorthallerton.org.uk

Sat 5 Mar

Thirsk Athletics Club, Newsham Road. Coffee Morning with Boston Bowls Supplies, Raffle, Tombola & cake stall. 10am -noon. free entry.

Sun 6 Mar

Hambleton Ramblers. 12 mile walk from Buckden to Kettlewell by way of Walden Road, Starbotton and The Dales Way. Moorland and fields. Departs Northallerton Market Cross by car 08.30. tel: Teresa01748 818946. Derek01609 775642 web: http://hambletonramblers.co.uk

Sun 6 Mar

Sowerby Church Hall, Thirsk. North Yorkshire Woodworkers Club. Woodturning demonstration by Tony Wilson. Non-members welcome. tel: 01748 823093

Tue 8 Mar

St. Mary's Church, Thirsk. Chamber Concert & Afternoon Tea. 2.30pm. Free entry but donations in aid of St Mary's Church.

Thu 10 Mar

Muker CP (SD907978). Northallerton Ramblers 11m/17.7km. Strenuous. 10.00am.

Sun 13 Mar

Hambleton Ramblers. 13 mile walk on moorlahd tracksand field paths along the Cleveland Way, Scugdale, Raisdale Mill, Brian's Pond and Faceby. Departs Northallerton Market Cross by car 08.30. tel: Teresa01748 818946. Derek01609 775642 web: http://hambletonramblers.co.uk

Sun 13 Mar

Hambleton Ramblers Alternative walk. 6.5 mile circular walk around Black Hambleton. Departs Northallerton Market Cross by car 09.00. tel: Teresa01748 818946. Derek01609 775642

Mon 14 Mar

Ripon Cathedral, HG4 1QS. Cathedral Concert Society Beethoven Plus. Kyrsia Osotowicz and Daniel Tong play Beethoven violin sonatas interspersed with newly commissioned companion works. 7.30pm. Adults £15, Students £5, children free. tel: 01423 525954 tickets: on line, at the door, from Alan's gallery, Kirkgate, Ripon 01765690498 web: http://www.riponconcerts.co.uk

Tue 15 Mar

Thirsk Athletics Club, Newsham Road YO7 1QP. Quiz in aid of Christmas Lights. Teams of up to 4. £10 with hot supper, £5 without. tickets: Phone 01845 522333 to book places

Thu 17 Mar

Nether Silton park near church. YO7 2JZ/ SE456923. Norhallerton Ramblers 7m/ 11.3km walk (Moderate). 10.00am. tel: Ian Hobson 01609 748564

Sat 19 Mar

Ripon Cathedral, HG4 1QS. Ripon Choral Society; Elgar: The Music Makers and Finzi; Intimations of Immortality. 7.30pm. £20 reserved, £18 unreserved. Student concessions available. tickets: online at riponchoralsociety.org.uk

Sun 20 Mar

Golden Lion Hotel Northallerton. Afternoon Tea Dance with organist Graeme Scarlett in aid of Alzheimer's Research UK, funded by Alverton Dance club. 2-4pm. £6 or £7 on the door includes tea/ coffee. tel: 01609 258421 tickets: John and Joy Ellis

Sun 20 Mar

Hambleton Ramblers. 9 mile walk in the steps of Cartimandua, Queen of the Brigantes. Visiting the iron age fort at Stanwick. Departs Northallerton Market Cross by car 08.30. tel: Teresa01748 818946. Derek01609 775642 web: http://hambletonramblers.co.uk

Sun 20 Mar

Joseph Rowntree Theatre, York. 'The Great American Song Book'. York Musical Theatre Co. 7.30pm. £16. tel: 0190 4639117 web: http://www.jrtheatre.co.uk

Mon 21 Mar

Galtres Centre, Easingwold. 'Boris Godunov' - Live opera from the Royal Opera House by Satellite. 7.15pm. Adults £15, 16&under £13. tel: 01347 822472 tickets: Galtres Centre email: admin@galtrescentre.org.uk

Mon 21 Mar

Thirlby Village Hall. Thirlby Local History Group. Archaeological Exploration in North Yorkshire. Dr David Rivers. 7.30pm. £3 including refreshments. tel: 01845 597077

Mon 21 Mar

Not Sat. Thirsk Museum, Kirkgate YO7 1PQ. Reopens for the summer. tel: 01845 527707 web: http://www.thirskmuseum.org

Thu 24 Mar

Baxton's Sprunt, North of Helmsley (YO62 5EP/ SE598870). Northallerton Ramblers walk 9m/14.5km. (Moderate). 10.00am. tickets: Eric Smith 01845 537387 web: http://www. northallertonramblers .org.uk

Thu 24 Mar

Mungrisdale Village (CA11 OXR/ NY363301). Northallerton Ramblers walk (9m/14.5km) Strenuous. Meet on grass verge just before Mungrisdale Village. 10.00am. tel: Colin Davison 01325 466948 web: http://www. northallertonramblers .org.uk

Sat 26 Mar

The Forum, Bullamoor Rd, Northallerton, DL6 1LP. 'The Railway Children' Encore. We are pleased to announce 2 screenings of the fabulous York Theatre Royal production of 'The Railway Children' which was filmed at the York Railway Museum theatre, & features the exact steam train featured in the 1970 much loved film. 16.00. tel: 01609 776230 web: http://forumnorthallerton.org.uk

Sun 27 Mar

Hambleton Ramblers. 7.5 mile walk following Nidderdale Way to Wath and return by the river. Field paths and landrover tracks. Depart by car from Northallerton Market Cross 9.00. tel: Teresa01748 818946. Derek01609 775642 web: http://hambletonramblers.co.uk

Tue 29 Mar

The Angel at Topcliffe. Monthly Comedy Club - a great night's entertainment - always joined by 3 up-&-coming comedians from the Comedy Circuit. For details of acts please see our Comedy Club Page. 7.30pm for 8pm start. £8 in advance or £10 on door. tel: 01845 578000 web: http://www.theangelattopcliffe.co.uk/comedy-club.html

Thu 31 Mar

Kirkby Stephen CP. (CA17 4QW/ NY775086). Northallerton Ramblers walk. 9.5m/15.3km (moderate). 10am. tel: Martin Davies 01609 881659. web: http://www. northallertonramblers .org.uk

Thu 31 Mar

The Forum, Bullamoor Rd, Northallerton, DL6 1LP. 'The Railway Children' Encore. We are pleased to announce the screening of the fabulous York Theatre Royal production of 'The Railway Children' which was filmed at York Railway Museum Theatre, & which features the exact steam train that used in the 1970 much loved film. 19.00. tel: 01609 776230 web: http://forumnorthallerton.org.uk

April

Fri 1 Apr

The Forum, Bullamoor Rd, Northallerton, DL6 1LP. Comedy: Chris Ramsey: All Growed Up (15) Critically acclaimed comedian. Following sell-out runs of his last three UK tours, Chris is back with a brand new show for 2015. 8pm. £17.50. tel: 01609 776230 tickets: The Forum box office or online web: http://forumnorthallerton.org.uk

Sun 3 Apr

Hambleton Ramblers. 9.5 mile walk Bilsdale West Moor, Raisdale, Bilsdale and Hasty Bank. Departs Northallerton Market Cross by car 08.30. tel: Teresa01748 818946. Derek01609 775642 web: http://hambletonramblers.co.uk

Sun 3 Apr

The Great Yorkshire Show Ground, Harrogate, HG2 8NZ. Springtime Live (sorry no dogs allowed) Various free attractions available. 9.30am -4pm. £8 advance (£10 on the gate) Children £5. tickets: The website or on the gate

Thu 7 Apr

The Forum, Bullamoor Rd, Northallerton, DL6 1LP. 'One Man Band - Simon Callow'. Simon Callow again probes in comprehensive & penetrating detail into one of the most complex artist of the 20th century-Orson Welles. 19.30. tel: 01609 776230

Thu 7 Apr

Thirsk & Sowerby Town Hall, Westgate, Thirsk. YO7 1QR. French classes start. 9 weeks, 2hr sessions. 7pm. £75, £70 concessions. email: ajh@firedog0.demon.co.uk

Sat 9 Apr

Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough. 'HMS Pinafore', plus a selection of Gilbert & Sullivan favourites. Presented by Jorvik Gilbert & Sullivan Company. 7.30pm. £10. Concessions £9. Under 16's free.

Sun 10 Apr

Hambleton Ramblers. 6 mile low level walk in Swaledale. Departs Northallerton Market Cross by car 09.00. tel: Teresa01748 818946. Derek01609 775642 web: http://hambletonramblers.co.uk

Sun 10 Apr

Newburgh Priory, Coxwold. Flower Power Plant Fair. 11am - 4pm. free car parking - admission to the fair, cafe & gardens £3. tel: 0773 0845 9441 tickets: At the gate email: judy@flowerpowerfairs.co.uk web: http://www.flowerpowerfairs.co.uk

Wed 13 Apr to
 Sat 16 Apr

Joseph Rowntree Theatre, York. 'Happy & Glorious' - York Musical Theatre Company who brought you the sell-out show 'When the Lights Go On Again' present a stunning evening of music across many eras, from touching melodies to musical comedy numbers, marking the 90th year of our longest serving Monarch. 7.30pm except Saturda when there will be a matinee at 2.30pm. £14. Under 16's £11. tel: 01904639117 web: http://www.jrtheatre.co.uk

Thu 14 Apr

Sessay Village Hall, Sessay, Thirsk. The Harmonettes. June 1918: This brilliant new show is told through the fabulous songs of the period - ranging from much loved favourites to forgotten gems - all sung live in close-harmony. 7.30pm. £7, £5 under 18s. tickets: Online or phone

Fri 15 Apr

Kilburn Institute, YO61 4AG. Concert by singer/songwriter Edwina Hayes. Special offer - 6pm pre-concert 2course meal at The Foresters, Kilburn plus concert for £20. Booking essential. 7.30pm for 8pm start. £10. tickets: Julie Harron. email: john.harron@tiscali.co.uk web: http://www.edwinahayes.com

Fri 15 Apr

Thirsk Garden Centre. Murder Mystery evening. All proceeds to Thirsk Christmas Lights. 7pm. £20 to include a 2 course meal.Licensed bar available. tel: Jo Wood 01845 525030 tickets: Thirsk Garden Centre, Luke Miller Eastate Agent

Sat 16 Apr

St Oswalds Church, Sowerby, Thirsk YO7 1JG. Sowerby Music. Ryan Drucker - piano. Will include Franck's massive Prelude, Chorale and Fugue. 7.30pm. tel: 01845 518001 tickets: White Rose Bookcafe or online. email: tickets@sowerbymusic.org.uk web: http://www.sowerbymusic.org.uk

Sun 17 Apr

Hambleton Ramblers. 9 mile walk. High Clint, Hardraw and Appersett. Departs Northallerton Market Cross by car 08.30. tel: Teresa01748 818946. Derek01609 775642 web: http://hambletonramblers.co.uk

Mon 18 Apr

Thirlby Village Hall. Thirlby Local History Group. Gertrude Bell - Queen of the Desert. An illustrated talk by Gordon Hetherington. 7.30pm. £3 including refreshments. tel: 01845 597077

Sun 24 Apr

Hambleton Ramblers. 7 mile walk to Easthorpe on field and woodland paths with views of Castle Howard. Departs Northallerton Market Cross by car 09.00. tel: Teresa01748 818946. Derek01609 775642 web: http://hambletonramblers.co.uk

Sun 24 Apr

Stockton. Stockton Duathlon Festival. Run - Cycle - Run. All abilities welcome. web: http://www.stockton.gov.uk/duathlon

Wed 27 Apr to
 Sat 30 Apr

Joseph Rowntree Theatre, York. 'Meet Me in St. Louis' presented by New Earswick Musicals. 7.30pm + Sat. matinee 2.30pm. tel: 01904639117 web: http://www.jrtheatre.co.uk

Sat 30 Apr to
 Mon 2 May

Constable Burton Hall, Leyburn DL8 5LJ. Tulip festival. tel: 01677 450 428 email: gardens@constableburton.com web: http://www.constableburton.com

May

Sun 1 May

Northallerton-Thirsk-Sutton Bank. Tour de Yorkshire cycle race. The riders will come from Northallerton through Thornton-le-Street and into Thirsk along Kirkgate. They will pass through Thirsk Market Place on their way to Sutton-under-Whitestonecliffe and then climb 'Côte de Sutton Bank' before heading towards Helmsley. web: http://letour.yorkshire.com/stage-3

Mon 2 May

Sutton Park, Sutton on the Forest, York. Flower Power Plant Fair. n/a. £3.50 to gardens, grounds & gardens.

Sat 7 May

The Forum, Bullamoor Rd, Northallerton, DL6 1LP. 'What's It Worth' - Eric Knowles. Eric returns with his ever-changing 2 hour one man show. A witty & entertaining look at the world of antiques. Audience members can bring along their heirlooms & treasures for on stage discussion, but then, in the final part of the show, they will be able to see their objects brought to the screen, courtesy of a web-type camera that will allow a more detailed view & appreciation in the valuation session. 19.30. tel: 01609 776230 web: http://forumnorthallerton.org.uk

Sat 14 May

St Oswalds Church, Sowerby, Thirsk YO7 1JG. Sowerby Music. Yorkshire Young Musicians' Platform. The most talented young musicians from Yorkshire and Humberside come together in a varied programme. 7.30pm. tel: 01845 518001 tickets: White Rose Bookcafe or online. email: tickets@sowerbymusic.org.uk web: http://www.sowerbymusic.org.uk

Mon 16 May

Thirlby Village Hall. Thirlby Local History Group. Regency Elegance - exploring dress, food and family life in the early 19th century. 7.30pm. £3 including refreshments. tel: 01845 597077

Sat 21 May to
 Sun 22 May

High Paradise Farm, Boltby. 'Boltby Bash'. Biking, Beer, Camping & Food. Mountain bike weekend. Teams of up to 4 people, or go solo. Give it a bash. web: http://www.boltbybashenduro.com

Mon 30 May

The Golden Fleece Hotel, Market Place, Thirsk. Dippy Craft &Gift Fairs are coming to Thirsk. Situated in the Market Square of this great market town, a great selection of quality crafts & gifts await you. 10 am - 4 pm. Free entry. tel: 07759166581 web: http://www.dippydesignsgifts@gmail.com

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