Half-term may have whizzed by, but you can still fit some fun into your weekend before it's back to school on Monday!
Here are some events happening in and around Huddersfield this weekend - from fascinating tours to family art, theatre to messy science, there's lots to choose from
'Giant Books' Free Family Art Sessions
Dewsbury Library, 10.30am; Honley Library, 2pm
Help make a series of giant artworks inspired by the works of the authors and illustrators who feature at the Pageturners festival, such as Jeremy Strong, Kate Pankhurst and Chris Mould. The giant books will be displayed at the festival finale!
Booking essential - call 01484 414868.
Cinderella by St Phillips Dramatic Society
Friday 7pm and Saturday 2pm and 7pm, at St Phillips Parish Hall, Briarlyn Road, Birchencliffe
Adults £6.75, concessions £5.75, children £3.75. Buy tickets from www.ticketsource.co.uk/thecliffites
Heritage Quay: Through the Quay-Hole Tour
Saturday, 11am-12pm, meet at entrance to Heritage Quay at University of Huddersfield
Find out about all the fascinating collections and unique archives that the University of Huddersfield cares for on this guided tour of Heritage Quay. During the tour you will get the chance to explore the current exhibition of original records from the collections, access archives like never before on the gesture-recognition Big Curvy Screen, before going ‘behind the scenes’ into the climate-controlled strong rooms to see some of the prized items from the collections.
Sleeping Beauty by Almondbury Methodist Church Pantomime Group
Friday, 7.15pm at Wesley Centre, Almondbury Methodist Church, Westgate, Almondbury
Tickets £6 Adults, £4 Children. For tickets ring 01484 424753 or available from John Fawcett Butcher in Almondbury
Festival of Food, Drink and Rhubarb, Wakefield
Friday to Sunday, free, Wakefield city centre
Wakefield is hosting its annual Rhubarb Festival, when the streets are lined with colourful market stalls selling specialty food and drink and bursting with samples for visitors to try. There's also street entertainment and guided walks.
Explore Horrible Science at the National Media Museum
The museum's half-term fun includes a gruesome science exhibit packed with experiments and 'disgusting discoveries', from sight-shifting spectacles to microscopic monsters and more. The exhibit promises 'ghastly guests' along its family trail. Admission to the museum, in Bradford city centre, is free.