What have you got planned for the weekend?
To help you make the most of it, we've had a look at what's on in and around Huddersfield — from markets and art fairs to theatre shows and gigs.
Here's 11 things to do in Huddersfield this weekend:
Hear the Sounds of Time
University of Huddersfield, 7.30pm-9.30pm
A look at music from the era of Huddersfield's Mechanics Institute and Technical College, with soundscapes created by today's students. The concert is free - Please register at https://thesoundsoftime.eventbrite.co.uk
Give Clubbercise a go
Holmfirth Sports Centre, 7pm-8pm (Doors 6.30pm)
Bring a night out to your work out with Clubbercise in Holmfirth, part of the Talk Active Big Tour 2016. Entry costs £5, and glowsticks cost £1.
See Princess Ida at Batley Town Hall
Batley Town Hall, 7.15pm-10pm
Watch Batley Gilbert and Sullivan Society's production of Princess Ida. Tickets cost £12 (£10 concessions, £56 under-16s). There are also performances at 2.15pm and 7.15pm on Saturday.
Learn more about Japanese flower arranging
Waverley House, Waverley Road, Huddersfield, 7.30pm-9.30pm
Join the Huddersfield Chapter of Ikebana International for a demonstration of Japanese flower arranging by JUNKO KIKUCHI Ikenobo School. Admission costs £7, pay on the door or call 01484 607098.
Explore Yorkshire Art Fair 2016
Cleckheaton Town Hall, 10am-5pm
Explore the large artist and crafters fair, now in its fifth year. There will be more than 50 exhibitors, showcasing patining, crafts, sculptures, gifts, cards and more.
Visit Hepworth Art Fest
Hepworth Village Hall, 10am-5om, Saturday and Sunday
Arts and crafts makers from around the Holme Valley will be selling their wares at Hepworth Village Hall in Town Gate. Admission is free.
Join the Riverside Walk Party
Meet at Magdale, opposite the entrance to Steps Industrial Park, HD9 6RA, 10am
River 2015 is looking for keen walkers to join them for a two-mile meander on Saturday morning. The charity is inviting anybody who enjoys walking in the area to join us for a stroll, a chat and a simple survey of the paths along the Holme and Mag Brook.
Meet the writers at Dark Woods Coffee
Dark Woods Coffee, Holme Mills, Slaithwaite, 1pm-3.30pm
Holmfirth Writers Group are presenting their work at Dark Woods Coffee in Marsden. Pop along to hear their work, meet fellow writers and be inspired. Admission is free.
Go hear the Big Band
Lawrence Batley Theatre, 7.30pm.
The University of Huddersfield Big Band will perform hits including All or Nothing at All, April in Paris, Don't Be That Way and many more. Tickets cost £12, £9 for Kirklees Passport holders and £7 for under-26s.
Go shopping at the alternative market
Queensgate Market Hall, Huddersfield, 11am-4pm
Huddersfield Alternative Youth Market features stallholders and performers aged 13-29 showcasing their creative and entrepreneurial talents. Have a browse and see what you find!
Watch the boats sail by at Greenhead Park
Greenhead Park paddling pool, 11am-3pm
Greenhead Park Model Boating Display will beheld on Sunday, with boats of call kinds sailing across the paddling pool courtesy of Huddersfield Society of Model Engineers. Everyone welcome.