Top 10 things to do in Lincolnshire this weekend
Tonight the regular literature talk and film event at Lincoln Drill Hall will take a turn to the dark side with a focus on Dracula by Bram Stoker.
The talk starts at noon and is followed by a screening of the 1992 film version of Nosferatue at 2pm.
The talk is £6.50 or the talk and film is £10. Box office: 01522 873894.
Tonight and Sunday offers the last chance to try the ancient game of pumpkin rolling at Easton Walled Garden.
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Children will also be able to explore the wren trail and enjoy arts and crafts.
Open tonight and Sunday from 11am until 4pm.
Entry is £6.50 for adults and £2.50 for children.
Tonight is the first chance to see over 40 photographs by members of RB Camera Club taken in and around Lincolnshire and a display of cameras and equipment in the Gallery at the Museum of Lincolnshire Life.
If you’re brave enough to face the weather take the children along to the Halloween Trail at Hartsholme Country Park.
The self-led trail takes around an hour to explore. Open noon until 3pm on Sunday at Hartsholme Country Park on Skellingthorpe Road.
It costs £2.
On Saturday visitors to Boultham and Birchwood libraries will be able to enjoy special crafts and spooky stories suitable for all ages.
The libraries are open from 10am to 1pm.
Planet Circus has pitched up its big top at the Lincolnshire showground and will be offering high wire and daredevil stunt excitement until Sunday.
- Saturday 1pm, 3.30pm and 6pm.
- Sunday 1pm and 3.30pm.
The booking office is open on site from 9.30am to 8pm daily or book online at: www.ticketweb.co.uk
On 26 October, in partnership with the ever popular Sausage Festival, Lincoln Cathedral will be displaying the county’s food producers.
There will be opportunities to taste and explore just how our food gets from field to fork.
Exhibitors will be tracing the history of farming; they will be demonstrating different seeds.
You will be able to see what goes into Tom Woods’ beer, as well as finding out what is distinctive about organic farming with the help of Woodlands Farm.
There will be vintage tractors as well as state of the art farm machinery.
On Sunday at 3.00pm as part of the celebration there will be the annual county harvest festival.
Lincolnshire Sausage Festival is at the castle on Saturday from 10:00am - 4:00pm. It is a free event.
On Saturday a very special Oxjam Gig at Lincoln Quo Vadis featuring talented local live performers.
All proceeds will be going to the charity OXFAM.
Tickets cost £5, or £4 with NUS student discount, to purchase tickets you must be 16 or over.