Sunday 18th June to end September - Jurassic Jubilee - Jubilee Park, Kirkby Stephen
Children of Kirkby Stephen and surrounding villages have been creating brightly coloured dinosaurs and murals in workshops with artist Sarah Hicks. These will be hidden in the woods of this nature reserve for local families and visitors to find throughout the summer months.
Project inspiration by Kirkby Stephen Walkers are Welcome and Kirkby Stephen Community Arts.
Part funding by Cumbria Community Foundation.
Also to look out for in Kirkby Stephen this summer................
Silver Street Gardens have been yard bombed with knitted flowers.
Boots have been planted by children with vegetables, herbs and salad crops to welcome walkers and have been dotted around the town alongside the usual spectacular floral arrangements.
Pick up a historic town trail leaflet from the Upper Eden Visitor Centre or download http://www.walkeden.org/Things-to-do.aspx and discover the back alleys of the Conservation Area where history stands still.
The Kirkby Stephen Family Adventure 3K Trail has lots to look out for along the route plus a long list of free and inexpensive family activities to keep everyone entertained whatever the weather. The trail starts at an old fashioned sweet shop and finishes at one of two play parks. Free leaflet from the Upper Eden Visitor Centre or downloadhttp://www.walkeden.org/Things-to-do.aspx
There is a new display of Saxon stones in the Kirkby Stephen Parish Church, Cathedral of the Dales alongside the world renown Viking Loki Stone.
Add in the art galleries and antique shops to complete the picture.
Sunday 3rd September 2017, 10.30am - 4.30pm, The Moorcock Show
Why not come to a traditional Yorkshire Dales Sheep Show and see the best local breeds competing against each other.There will also be lots of local crafts and food stalls, together with the usual beer tent. For the children there is a bouncy castle and other games. Music will be provided by Hawes Silver Band and the later in the afternoon by a local singer.
Wednesday 13th September 2017 - Westmorland Decorative and Fine Arts Society 2017 - Appleby Market Hall
Discover the Paintings You Own: The Public Catalogue Foundation & Your Paintings Project. Lecture given by Mrs Mary Rose Rivett-Carnac BA MA
Starts at 11am (coffee is served from 10.15am - 10.45am) There is a small cost of £8 to non-members. For more information about our society please visit our website www.wmdfas.org.uk