Art - Sara Clark
9th January until 28th February - Barton on Humber, DN18 5JT - Tel: 01652 660380
Sara Clark won the Flourish Printmakers Award, which was established in 2009 by West Yorkshire Print Workshop in 2012 and second prize in the North Lincolnshire Print Open in the same year. She currently lectures at Hull
School of Art and her new group of coloured etchings can be seen in Gallery One throughout January and February. At The Ropewalk.
Art - Andi Dakin
9th January until 21st February - Barton on Humber, DN18 5JT - Tel: 01652 660380
Andi Dakin, who recently won the Selector’s Prize in this year’s Humber To The Wash, explores the similarities between microscopic life forms and the dramatic energies of the Infinite Universe using materials and processes that simulate frozen moments of invertebrate activity, which can also illustrate speculations of the birth and destruction of galaxies. At The Ropewalk.
Art - Easterlies II
14th January until 20th February - Grimsby, DN31 1NB - Details: 01427 470733
Abbey Walk Gallery’s final show Easterlies II. East Coast 7 Artists unwrap and respond to artefacts discovered in the N E Lincs Museum Collection. Working in a variety of disciplines, from painting and printmaking to sculpture and photography, each artist has developed their responses in remarkably different ways.
Snowdrops 2016 - Brightwater Garden Centre
12th February until 28th February - The Garden House, Saxby, LN8 2DQ - 01673 878820
Snowdrops 2016 - Easton Walled Gardens
13th February until 21st February - Easton, Grantham, NG33 5BS - 01476 530063
Snowdrops 2016 - Little Ponton Hall
13th February until 14th February - Little Ponton, Grantham, NG33 5BS - 01400 281822
Country Markets - Alford
16th February - St Wilfrid’s Church Hall, Church Street, Alford
9.30am – 12 noon
Country Markets - Gainsborough
16th February - Friends Meeting House, 22 Market Street
9am – 12.30pm
Kids - Digitopia: A Dancing Digital Wonderland
16th February - Spalding, PE11 1SS - Tel: 01775 764777
Step inside a dancing digital wonderland this half-term! Dotty’s friend Hex is a simple two-dimensional line. One day he really wants to make a curve. With lots of effort he learns to bend, then multiply, and suddenly he can turn into anything he wants to, eventually popping into three dimensions.
Farmers Markets - Boston Farmers’ Market
17th February - Wide Bargate
9am – 3pm