1 In Romsey...

DISCOVER how to bring your furniture back to life on a creative workshop with Jeans Interiors.

This Saturday at Sir Harold Hillier Gardens, you will learn how to transform your piece giving it a fresh new look that will be totally unique to you and your home.

Just bring your piece of furniture (no bigger than a stool or side table) and everything else will be provided.

You will take away your completed piece as well as the confidence and knowledge to continue up-cycling. Come and get creative.

Booking is essential.

2 In Portsmouth...

IN 1765, HMS Victory was launched and the nine-year old Mozart wrote his Fifth Symphony.

This weekend, at New Theatre Royal in Portsmouth, the English Chamber Orchestra presents Sailing the Centuries - a musical celebration ranging from the 18th to the 21st century.

Alongside Mozart, the evening features pieces by Holst and Haydn, and a new work by young British composer Leo Geyer – each one as varied, as passionate and as timeless as the sea itself.

3 In Chandler's Ford...

Mr and Mrs Twit are disgusting people who enjoy playing nasty tricks on each other but when the Roly Poly Bird finds Mugglewump in the Twit's garden their whole revolting world is turned upside down.

John Kirk retells Roald Dahl's classic story for children and families at Chandler's Ford Library this Saturday.

This storytelling lasts approximately 40 minutes and is made with kind permission from The Roald Dahl Storytelling Company.

Music by Joseph Attenborough.

£5 per child, booking essential.

4 In Hedge End...

SUZI Ruffell has made a name for herself by turning tragedy and anxiety into big laughs.

This year she is actually happy – and she's at The Berry Theatre on Saturday.

The show answers the question: are all stand-ups at their best when they are miserable? Fingers crossed no!

A mix of storytelling, observations, a dash of social politics and a lovely routine about a smear test.

5 In Ringwood...

FAR out in the wild and remote ocean is a small family on an old fishing boat who pass the time with exciting stories and merry music.

The whims of the water control their daily routine but Lily finds herself gazing upwards, where birds swim weightlessly above her head before stealing the precious fish from the fishing nets.

With the threat of the nightly storm and its whipping winds, the family must pull together, take a leap of faith and look beyond what they have always known to get themselves and their old boat moving again.

Lily and the Albatross will be at Forest Forge Theatre on Sunday.

6 In Gosport...

THERE’S a ‘mammoth’ exhibition for all the family at Gosport Gallery!

Discover exactly how people survived the Stone Age this weekend.

This display, full of hands-on activities, includes stone tools made by early people in Hampshire many thousands of years ago, as well as remains of the creatures they hunted, including woolly mammoth bones.

Unveil how hunter-gatherer people in Hampshire adapted to survive extreme climate changes in the Stone Ages.

See actual artefacts from the Stone Age, including hand axes up to 400,000 years old, and have a go at activities to test your skills in tracking animals, identifying edible foods or creating cave paintings.

7 In Winchester...

EXPLORE, discover and enjoy Winchester with two self-guided, quirky, heritage walks with an optional treasure hunt.

Are you curious about Winchester? Looking for an unusual and quirky activity which gets you out in the fresh air whatever the weather?

Take one of the self-guided walks with a treasure hunt theme.

You’ll get everything – detailed directions, maps, clues , and interesting snippets about the history of Winchester and the people that have shaped it.

8 In Basingstoke...

ENJOY a winter walk around the gardens at The Vyne and ask yourself ten probing questions.

You'll need to pick up a free trail sheet at Visitor Reception.

Dogs on leads welcome.

Normal admission applies.

9 In Winchester...

DISCOVER Destination Space at Winchester Science Centre this weekend.

Embark on a mission through the galaxy with an exciting space-themed live science show and Invention Studio activities.

Learn about the current search for life on Mars, the latest space telescope technology and discover the specially designed sites across the Earth that can launch rockets far into the cosmos.

Admission: £13.20 per person (with GiftAid), including live science show and Invention Studio activities. Planetarium tickets sold separately.

10 In Ashurst...

THIS February half term New Forest Wildlife Park have a ‘Fabulous Families’ quiz trail that will take you around the Wildlife Park.

Do you know what an Otter Family is called? Do you know what a mum Pine Marten is called? Follow the 12 clues around the park to find the answers.

The quiz sheet is £1.25 with a prize on completion of the trail (only one prize per quiz sheet).

Normal admission prices apply.