Are you a book worm? Do you fancy joining a book club? This friendly group meets once a month on a Monday night. Don’t worry if you haven’t read the current book - just come along anyway!
The popular Community Cafe will be returning with two dates per month during the summer months. Enjoy coffee and cake with friends in the award-winning surroundings. If the weather is dry, there will be a chance to sit outside!
The Cafe will also be held on Wednesday June 19 this month.
Crafters and passionate stitchers can enjoy this sociable, monthly get together at The Sewing Cafe. Sew and chat and make the most of the space and sewing machines - you can bring along a current project, or start a new one. Tickets cost £3 per person, with tea and coffee provided. There is also a daytime Social Sewing event held on Friday June 7 at 10.30am.
This is a great pottery decorating technique to learn. The Pottery Shed will show you how to cut and carve your own design into a clay tea light, using a variety of tools. You’ll also be able to paint your finished pot on the night. Booking is essential as places are limited. To carve one tea light costs £25, or £40 for two.
Zoe will be performing at the popular Italian restaurant with her wide repertoire of Motown, soul, 60s, 70s, 80s and rock n roll music.
Calling all brides-to-be. Dress Me Pretty’s brand new bridal boutique will be opening, with a chance to view their stunning new collections. Tickets cost £15 each, which are redeemable against a future wedding dress order. Limited tickets are available for this exclusive event. Email email@example.com for more information or to book.
Pack a picnic and enjoy a rousing performance in the bandstand by the Stanley Opera Company. Thirty members of the Concordia Theatre's Stanley Opera Company, soloists and chorus, will perform songs from musical theatre and opera. A first for Music in the Mead.
With the Museum now open and in full swing for its new season, enjoy this heritage bus trip for £16 (departs at 2.30pm from the Museum - booking essential).
Book at the Museum during opening times: Saturday 10am-4pm, Sunday 2pm-4pm, Monday 11am-3pm.
Students from North Warwickshire and South Leicestershire College showcase their final projects in this Graduate Show featuring disciplines such as film, graphic design and photography. This exhibition is free for all to view and enjoy.
This event takes place on the 10th June, 11th June, 12th June, 13th June, 14th June, 15th June, 16th June, 17th June, 18th June, 19th June, 20th June, 21st June, 22nd June, 23rd June, 24th June, 25th June.
Looking for a fun and creative night out with friends? Then why not book onto this grown-ups night at The Pottery Shed? There are over 200 items to choose from to paint, plus lots of tips and tools. There is a £5 deposit per person, which includes one drink and plenty of cake. There is a minimum spent of £15 per person on the night. To book, pop into the shop or call 01455 324512.
Hinckley Action Group is holding their next meeting on Friday 14th June at 10:15am held at Mencap, Hill Street, Hinckley LE10 1DT. The group is aimed at adults with learning disabilities and their carers and runs once every two months. They discuss things going on in the community such as events to get involved in, or any issues that need to be addressed. They will have guest speakers and are looking to add some exciting extras to the meetings in the near future such as taster fitness, singing, dancing or drama sessions. No need to book, please just go along and give your ideas and opinions. Tea, coffee and biscuits are provided.
Listen to the sounds of this five-piece, upbeat live band - one of the top live bands in the Midlands!
Hinckley’s traditional summer sports day returns to Argents Mead! From 11am onwards, spectators and competitors can expect fun for the whole family with traditional, family-orientated games such as wellie wanging, tug of war and much more. More details on social media and in local press nearer the time.
Get creative with this mosaic workshop by Kirsty Whitrow. All materials are included for the cost of £50pp. For more information or to book, visit the Art Studio or contact them on Facebook.
Enjoy the latest of the Music in the Mead concerts, with this free performance in the bandstand by Prime. Local five-piece Prime will perform classic soul and rock covers. For more information on the band, visit www.facebook.com/www.primemusic.co.uk/
Join artist Claire, who will instruct you on how to capture the different colours of flowers and grasses in this workshop. Suitable for every ability. Canvas and paints provided in the £50 cost. For more information, visit the Studio, or contact them on Facebook.
Stop by and enjoy this fabulous concert by the famed JCC Alumni Big Band. Admission is free.
Get together with your family and friends and join I Due Vulcani for their first ever quiz night, featuring fantastic prizes.
In partnership with the Hinckley Combined Ex-service Association and St Mary’s Church, this will be a great event to thank and honour the town's past and present serving armed forces. An outdoor church service will take place in Argents Mead, followed by a parade through the town centre. All are welcome to attend this free event.
Suitable for everyone, Gemma will show you step-by-step how to create a lovely little hare. Be warned - this can become quite addictive! All materials are included in the price of £40pp. For more information, visit the Studio or contact them on Facebook.