AT WATERSTONES, ABOVE BAR, SOUTHAMPTON...
AS part of a special evening designed to promote club historian Duncan Holley’s new book, Suited and Booted, Saints legend Matt Le Tissier will be taking part in a question and answer session on Monday evening.
Duncan will also be making a presentation on the book.
Tickets priced £3 are available from the shop or online.
AT TURNER SIMS CONCERT HALL, SOUTHAMPTON...
TO mark the most widely celebrated occasion in Chinese culture, the University of Southampton Confucius Institute is hosting its second Chinese New Year Gala on Thursday.
Talented local and international performers will showcase a variety of Chinese arts. You can expect graceful folk dances, folk songs, Chinese instrumentals, martial arts demonstrations and a lion dance.
The event is free to attend, but tickets are required.
AT MOORS VALLEY COUNTRY PARK, NEAR RINGWOOD...
ADMIRE the winning and commended images from the 2012 British Wildlife Awards exhibition until March.
Dr Matt Doggett from Southampton, the overall winner, will give an illustrated talk to launch the exhibition tonight.
Matt’s image, Gannet Jacuzzi won the Coast and Marine category before going on to take the overall title. Captured on a remote location off the north coast of Scotland, the image shows both the raw power and the grace of gannets as they dive, highlighting their amazing underwater abilities.
AT SIR HAROLD HILLIER GARDENS, NEAR ROMSEY...
ENJOY an enchanting personal encounter with birds of prey on Sunday.
Learn all about the differences between hawks, falcons and owls through a workshop, practical handling sessions and amazing outdoor flight experiences, with the birds also flying to your gloved fist.
A unique and awe-inspiring first introduction to falconry from 10am to 4pm.
Pre-booking is essential.