Say a final goodbye to Sheffield by the Seaside in Peace Gardens, or head to Penistone By The Sea on Saturday August 28.
During the latter, there will be donkey rides, a Punch and Judy show, fairground rides and shows such as waders and jugglers from 11:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Penistone Market Barn, in the parking lot of the Penistone Community Center. and at the Penistone Paramount car park.
On Sundays, the Outdoor Summer Reggae Festival Sheffield takes place at the Corporation nightclub on Milton Street. Expect carnival dancers, steel drum performers, traditional Caribbean food stalls, and pop-up rum stalls. Tickets are available on the event’s Facebook page.
This Saturday and Sunday, the free interactive art exhibition Hydrospheres of Sheffield Lakeland LP will be held in the Stoneface Creative Woods Gallery in Stannington.
The Sharrow Community Forum has hosted free climate-friendly activities and they culminate with a puppet show and vegetable craft session on Thursday August 26 at Food Works Sharrow.
If you’re in the mood for cake, Eckington Church is having a vintage afternoon tea on Sunday August 29th. It runs from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and costs Â£ 5.50 per person.
The money raised will help the church to raise essential funds. For more details visit eckingtonchurch.co.uk.
The Social Snig Hill Bar and Gallery hosts Urban – The City on the Move with Andy Cropper, Harriet Mena Hill, Caroline McWilliams and Mandy Payne until September 17, Wednesday through Saturday 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Music in the Terrace is a new series of music events, organized by Sheffield Creative Guild in collaboration with Pink Wafer Club. Their first guests will be Rhiannon Scutt and Robbie Thompson on Thursday, September 2 at Orchard Square.