Places are going fast so please do book now if you're interested in a guided wildlife walk through the Yorkshire Wolds, a cookery demonstration, lessons on how to make Christmas decorations and even a talk on Kenyan wildlife from me!
Here's a list of what's on. You can book by clicking on the title of each event.
11am-2pm Dates: Sat 13th Nov; Sat 20th Nov; Sat 27th Nov
Join professional birdwatcher Michael Flowers as he spots winter migrants on the Yorkshire Wolds. Tickets £7.50.
2pm-5pm Dates: Sun 14th Nov; Sun 21st Nov; Sun 28th Nov
Michael Flowers takes a series of guided walks to find these beautiful birds of prey as they soar over the Yorkshire Wolds. Tickets£7.50.
7.30-8.30pm Tues 16th Nov
Celebrated gardener Gilda Brader (whose garden in Thixendale is open to the public under the National Garden Scheme) and my neighbour, costume designer Jennie Palmer, show you how to make floral and fabric Christmas decorations. Tickets £5.
7.30-8.30pm Thurs 18th Nov
TV vet Matt Brash, who is based in Givendale, will talk about his amazing experiences with animals as chief vet of Flamingo Land. Tickets £5.
7.30-8.30pm Mon 22nd Nov
Daniel Farrell, chef of the Bay Horse at Burythorpe, shares his favouritegame for Christmas. Tickets £5.
7.30-8.30pm Thurs 25th Nov
And me. I'll be talking about the world's greatest animal migration showing you an artist's perspective on the wildebeest migration of Kenya's Masai Mara. Tickets £5.