Things to do in Lincolnshire this weekend
The World Egg Throwing Championships is one of a host of events taking place in Lincolnshire this weekend.
The tournament will be held on Sunday, June 30 at Thorpe Latimer off the B1394, near Sleaford, as part of Swaton Vintage Day.
The site is located between the villages of Helpringham and Swaton.
Gates open at 10.30am. It costs £4 for adults, £3 for senior citizens and £2 for school children.
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Kids under 5 go free and a family ticket costs £10.
The Lincoln City Banter Fundraising Day will be held tomorrow to generate cash for the Imps' player budget for the coming season.
The day will include a six-a-side football tournament, BBQ, classic matches shown on the Trust Suite big screen, kids face painting, an ice cream van plus activities and stalls.
SO Festival kicks off today, with events taking place across East Lindsey until July 7.
A wide range of performing arts shows, including dance, theatre and music, will be held in Skegness,
Louth, Horncastle, Tattershall, Spilsby, Alford, Woodhall Spa, Mablethorpe and Wragby.
For more information, visit www.sofestival.org.
Armed Forces Day will take place on Saturday to celebrate the contributions of service men and women to the nation.
Events will be held across the country, including in Lincolnshire, with the main national event in Nottingham.
For more information on what's going on near you, visit www.armedforcesday.org.uk.
The Mounted Games Association UK Masters Championships will be held at Lincolnshire Showground on Saturday and Sunday.
It features a series of relay and obstacle races performed at high-speed on horseback.
Visitors can watch the action between 8.30am and 6pm on Saturday and 8am and 5pm on Sunday.
The J and K Antiques Fair will be held at the showground's EPIC Centre on Sunday between 9am and 4pm.
There will be more than 200 stalls.
It costs £1.40 for adults and children under 14 who are accompanied by and adult go free.
Also at Lincolnshire Showground is The Garden Show, which runs from today through to Sunday between 9.30am and 5.30pm.
The event will include plant and home shopping areas, a craft and gift marquee, food and drink stands, children's activities and live entertainment.
Tickets on the gate cost £6.50 for adults and £2 for children under 16.
Online prices are £5 for adults and £1 for children under 16.
Junior Simpson will be the headline act when Funhouse Comedy returns to David Lloyd Leisure at Burton Waters on Saturday.
Doors open at 7pm and tickets cost £10.
The annual Belton House Food Fayre will be held on both Saturday and Sunday.
Opening times are 10.30am to 5pm. Admission costs £12.80 for adults, £8.25 for children and £34.80 for families.
The Once Upon a Time Family Fun Day will be held at The Tree House Children's Centre in East Kirkby between 11am and 3pm on Saturday.
Admission is free, with the day featuring activities based around traditional children's tales, games, stalls and fancy dress.
A Boston Breast Unit charity dinner is taking place this evening at the Harbour City Chinese restaurant at Burton Waters, near Lincoln.
Tickets for the five-course meal cost £35 and can be booked by calling 01522 575031.
Money raised will help to buy equipment to enhance surgical procedures for people undergoing breast surgery.