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12:08pm Friday 12th October 2012 in Leisure
NOW in its 15th year,the Jubilee Sailing Tr ust Autumn Pumpkin festival and Scarecrow Avenue is back and celebrating the best of autumn tomorrow.
Get into the spirit by bringing your own scarecrow, wear a decorated autumn hat and witness the UK’s biggest pumpkins.
Then on Sunday, the Global Rhythms festival is a chance to experience the food, music and dance from the Caribbean, Africa and India.
The free event allows the whole family to make their own rhythm through a range of workshops including steel pans, flutes and Bollywood dancing on top of demonstrations.
At Winchester Cathedral...
BE a Boy Chorister open day offers six to ten year-olds the chance to be in the Cathedral choir for an afternoon, regardless of how tuneful they are.
The boys will be under the guidance of national voice coach Hilary Jones and then sing the anthem with the Cathedral Choir at evensong tomorrow.
At Moors Valley Country Park…
TRY one of the fastest growing fitness activities in the world tomorrow.
The free sessions will demonstrate the benefits of the exercise for everyone, whatever your age or levels of fitness.
By walking using poles, Nordic Walking, uses 90 per cent of your muscles and burns up to 40 per cent more calories than normal walking.
At Milestones Museum, Basingstoke...
THIS weekend sees the return of OctoberFest, a celebration of Hampshire’s finest beer and wine. Hosted by Hampshire Museums and Galleries Trust, there is a full range of workshops, children’s activities, exhibitions, and craft workshops as well as live music and dance and traditional games. With everything from a petting zoo, circus skills, A Victorian School, to jewellery making and leather cutting classes, there is something for everyone. The weekend is a great opportunity for families to discover the best of the local county produce by tasting, buying and learning.