Ashridge House 7.30pm. Outdoor screening. Iconic Spice Girls costumes will also be on display plus a book signing with Alan Smith-Allison, author of ‘The Secret Diary of a Spice Boy’.
Hemel Hempstead Folk Dance Club
Grovehill Community Centre, Stevenage Rise, Hemel Hempstead, HP2 6BJ. 8.15pm and most Fridays during term time. £4 (1st night free). No special shoes required. Contact Neil Macdonald for further information.
5 Artists in Sarratt
Little Sarratt Hall Barn, 10am-5.30pm to 23 Jun. Local artists Barbara Robjant, Audrey Hammett, Kathy Foster, Tracy Ford and Barbara Green exhibiting together for the first time as part of Bucks Art Weeks 2019. The artists will be doing demonstrations of their work. Refreshments available.
Butterflies and Brunch
Waddesdon Manor, 10am-1pm. £17.50 plus grounds admission. Enjoy brunch in the Stables café, followed by a guided walk with a local butterfly expert, through the glades and long grass meadows of Diamond Jubilee Woods.
Mid Bucks Performing Arts Festival
Court Theatre, Pendley, Tring. Also 9, 15 & 16 Jun. Providing a platform for children in the area to perform and showcase their talent and passion for the performing arts and to entertain their audiences.
The Duck Barn Studio, 65 Marsworth Road, Pitstone, Leighton Buzzard. To 23 Jun. Tessa will be exhibiting sculptures, a joint exhibition with silver jewellery and photography by Cathy and John Timbrell as part of Bucks Art Weeks.
BIG Garden Party
Water Gardens, Hemel Hempstead, 11am-3pm. This free family fun day is focused around the flower garden (opposite Bank Court), with activities including storytelling (with Hemel Hempstead Library), face painting, Mr Marvel’s Magic Show, children’s arts and crafts, exotic pets with AmeyZoo, model boating, street entertainers, and wildlife activities with the Friends of Jellicoe Water Gardens.
Tring Park School. 7.30-9.30pm. With a performance by some of the students, fizz, wine, beer and canapes and the chance to network in fabulous surroundings!