Something for the Weekend 07.02.2020
Wondering what is happening in Norfolk this weekend? Check out our top picks of things to do.
Digifest 2020, Thetford Library – Saturday 8th February – 10.30 – 11.45am
Recommended for children aged 8+, this interactive session will introduce children to the world of 3D pens. Using plant-based plastic, everyone will have the opportunity to create their own 3D printed plastic model using one of these incredible pens.
To book your place, contact the library directly on 01842 752048.
Ska-Reggae-Soul Live Music, The Jubilee Taproom, Loddon & Chedgrave Jubilee Hall – Saturday 8th February – 9.30pm – 12am
Vocalist Rich will be taking to the mic at the Jubilee Hall for a two-hour set. Featuring classic hits from UB40, Madness, the Commitments and many others, this is a night that is bound to get you tapping your feet and singing along.
Pop over to the venue’s Facebook page for further info: https://www.facebook.com/jubileetaproom
Handball for everybody; let’s get moving, City Academy, Norwich – Sunday 9th February – 6pm
Norwich Handball Club is a small club and very friendly. They meet every Sunday for training and then have a short match. This handball club is for everyone from beginners to ex-professional players. The cost is just £2 per session to cover the hire of the sports hall.
For further information, head over to their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/NorwichHandball/
Jive Survivors, Tilney St Lawrence Village Hall, King’s Lynn – Sunday 9th February – 7.30 – 10.30pm
Ever fancied learning modern jive? This could be the ideal opportunity. Just £5 per session and new members are always welcome, don’t be afraid to turn up and have a go. Advance booking is not required nor is a partner as the classes are rotated. What’s stopping you?
For further information, pop over to: https://www.facebook.com/JiveSurvivorsKL