Looking for ideas to keep the kids busy this weekend? Take a look at our guide to what's going on in Huddersfield.
From plays to spring fairs, concerts, family days out and more, there's fun for all the family — what will you get up to?
Blood Brothers — The Play
You've seen the musical, now enjoy the stage play. Honley Players will take to the stage in Blood Brothers this weekend at the Honley Southgate Theatre. There are performances Wednesday-Saturday at 7.30pm, tickets cost £8 (£6 concessions). Click here to book
Upper Hopton Spring Fair
Crafts and gifts will be on sale at Upper Hopton Community Centre in Jackroyd Lane, Upper Hopton, 10am-3pm. There will also be refreshments, a cake stall, tombola and raffle. Entrance costs 50p.
St George's Day Celebration with the Hepworth Brass Band
Head to Christ Church, New Mill for a programme of English music to celebrate St George's Day, including Crown Imperial, Nimrod from the Enigma Variations, the Lost Chord, Jerusalem and the Pomp & Circumstance March, courtesy of Hepworth Brass Band. Tickets cost £8, including refreshments, call 07885251454.
Anarchy in the Ukulele at Hot Banana Music
Punk rock covers played on ukuleles! Head down to Hot Banana Music at 5pm to join the fun for £4 per session, no need to book. All abilities welcome, call 01484 767535. This event is held ever Saturday.
Want some inspiration? Here's a ukulele flash mob!
Brian Robinson Challenge Ride 2016
Watch riders set off at last year's event
No more entries are being taken for the 2016, ride but you can still cheer the cyclists on this Sunday as they tackle a tough 75-mile routeinclyding a climb of Holme Moss! The ride is named after Britain's first Tour de France stage winner, and will set off from Huddersfield New College at 9am.
Kirklees Model Boat Club Steam and Mountfleet Open Day
Steam powered model boats and Mountfleet models will take to the water on Sunday as the Kirklees Model Boat Club shows off its collection. The free open day will run 10am-3pm and is open to all.
Happy Birthday Charlotte at Red House Museum
Celebrate Charlotte Bronte's 200th birthday (she was born April 21, 1816) at Red House Museum, 1pm-4pm. Take part in family crafts, take a costumed tour of the house and enjoy complimentary refreshments. Admission £2.50 adults, £1.00 children.