Sep 1 – Sep 14 all-day Winterton Library, Local Link and Fitness Centre
The Winterton Sculpture Trail is an exciting community arts project brought to you by lottery funded Winterton 2022, driven by a volunteer led committee of Winterton residents. The trail consists of 26 Tractor and Owl Sculptures that have been created … Continued
Sep 1 @ 10:00 – Sep 29 @ 16:00 20-21 Visual Arts Centre
Open Tuesday to Saturday 10am-4pm This exhibition includes intriguing and ingenious works from papers folders across the globe.
Sep 6 – Sep 16 all-day Barton Town Centre
Uncover the facinating heritage of Barton upon Humber, and explore our historic buildings and special places, wth a full programme of guided walks, talks, theatre, film and more. Many events are free of charge and suitable for all the family-discover … Continued
Sep 6 – Sep 16 all-day Waters' Edge Visitor Centre
  8-9th September 10am-5pm Explore the history of the Waters’ Edge site from the 18th century to the present day, including the lengthy processes required to make the site the haven for wildlife that we see today.
Sep 8 – Oct 14 all-day The Ropewalk
In a follow up to the young people’s exhibition of 2016 Members of children’s art charity ST-ART have been working on their drawing and observation techniques. In a response to a visit to Thornton Abbey they have been created an … Continued
Sep 8 – Oct 14 all-day The Ropewalk
Grimsby born artist Melvyn Petterson has spent most of his professional life in London as one of the directors of Artichoke Print Workshop, an open access facility in Brixton. Now in semi-retirement he has returned to his native Lincolnshire and … Continued
Sep 13 – Sep 15 all-day Barton Library
OPENING TIMES Thur 13th-Fri 14th: 09:30-17:00 Sat 15th- 09:00-13:00 Barton’s Library was once a home for a family of philanthropists, a refuge for orphans and the scene of a grisly death. Delve into the past with a display of local … Continued
Sep 13 – Sep 16 all-day The Ropewalk
Opening times: 13-15 September: 10:00-17:00 16 Sunday: 10:00-16:00 See two exhibitions depicting a response to the Lincolnshire landscape: Hainton-based printmaker Melvyn Patterson’s etching and drypoints prints, and a display from members of children’s art charity ST-ART, and their observations of … Continued
Sep 13 – Sep 16 all-day Waters' Edge Visitor Centre
Explore the history of the Waters’ Edge site from the 18th century to the present day, including the lengthy processes required to make the site the haven for wildlife that we see today.
Sep 13 @ 09:00 – Sep 16 @ 16:00 The Old Tile Works
Exhibition celebrating the life of Ted Lewis, Barton-based novelist and ‘father’ of criminal noir writing, from his youth with the ‘Riverbank Boys’ on the Humber Bank, to his career as a writer, artist and musician.  
Sep 13 @ 11:00 – Sep 16 @ 15:00 Joseph Wright Hall
This ornate Grade II-listed chapel is one of renowned architect Josepth Wright’s most impressive buildings and last surviving works. Following sustantial renovations, most of the plasterwork and virtually all of the beautiful windows, survive to be seen today.
Sep 13 @ 12:00 – Sep 16 @ 16:00 Baysgarth House Museum
Booking Essential Tours Fri-Sun at 13:00 & 15:00 Explore Barton’s industrial past with us. Our temporary exhibition, guided tours and talks will reveal how Barton became the town it is today. Catch a glimpse of life behind the scenes on … Continued
Sep 14 all-day 20-21 Visual Arts Centre
An exhibition of world class carnival costumes that have appeared in the parades at Notting Hill, Leeds and East Midlands carnivals will be on display at 20-21 including photographs and film footage of carnival parades.
Sep 14 all-day
Picturing the Past 2018 In 2018 we will be celebrating the festival’s 25th year with the theme of Picturing the Past. This means we’re looking for events that showcase the county’s artistic heritage, whether that’s old photographs, stained glass, sculpture … Continued
Sep 15 all-day 20-21 Visual Arts Centre
An exhibition of world class carnival costumes that have appeared in the parades at Notting Hill, Leeds and East Midlands carnivals will be on display at 20-21 including photographs and film footage of carnival parades.
Sep 15 all-day
Picturing the Past 2018 In 2018 we will be celebrating the festival’s 25th year with the theme of Picturing the Past. This means we’re looking for events that showcase the county’s artistic heritage, whether that’s old photographs, stained glass, sculpture … Continued
Sep 15 @ 09:00 Scunthorpe Central Park
parkrun is a weekly 5K timed course for walking, jogging or running. It takes place in the heart of Scunthorpe at Central Park every Saturday morning, starting at 9am, meeting near The Pods. The event is organised and managed entirely … Continued
Sep 15 @ 09:15 – 12:15 The Steel Rooms
 
Sep 15 @ 09:30 – 11:30 Ashby Children's Centre
A family session. Popular with Dads and male carers and a chance to meet other dads. Lots for the children to do, with a range of activities and support from the staff. Mums are also welcome! Takes place every 1st … Continued
Sep 15 @ 10:00 – 16:00 The Steel Rooms
 
Sep 15 @ 10:00 – 12:00 Trinity Church
Tour at 11:00 Visit the historic Trinity Methodist Church for a guided tour, a display of archive photographs, and a celebration of the heritage of Methodism. Join us for our coffee morning and enjoy homemade produce in this historic building. … Continued
Sep 15 @ 10:00 – 16:00 Methodist Chapel
Explore our Methodist Chapel and view our unique war memorial. Stewards will be on-hand to answer any questions.
Sep 15 @ 10:00 – 16:00 Ropery Hall
A programme of talks by local authors and hisorians, with heritage book stalls and refreshments. A chance to delve into the fascinating history of Barton with other enthusiasts and build your collection of local texts.
Sep 15 @ 10:00 – 16:00 Winterton All Saints' Church
Refreshments and gifts on sale.
Sep 15 @ 10:00 – 15:00 Brigg Heritage Centre
Exhibition of lost heritage skills and crafts. Exciting and colourful displays from rug-making to calligraphy, including items created in our heritage craft workshops. Historic images showing on film during opening times.  
Sep 15 @ 10:00 – 15:00 Scunthorpe Central Library
Bring you old photos of Scunthorpe and share their stories with us and others. We’re looking for images matching these themes: people, places, work, learning and leisure.
Sep 15 @ 10:00 – 16:00 Holy Trinity Church, Messingham
A Grade II Listed church currently being restored. You are invited to explore our church and village. Stories revealed! Displays and activities for all.
Sep 15 @ 10:00 – 16:00 20-21 Visual Arts Centre
Open Tuesday to Saturday 10am-4pm Jason Wilsher-Mills’ life affirming artworks are a direct response to his experiences as a disabled artist, and the challenges this represents. Colourful and ingenious, in recent years Jason has come to truly embrace the possibilities … Continued
Sep 15 @ 10:00 – 16:00 Waters' Edge Visitor Centre
Adult Workshop. Learn the skills of willow weaving with Twigs and Sprigs. Lunch and refreshments provided. Book by contacting Wendy over the phone or through her website.
Sep 15 @ 10:00 – 12:00 Ashby Wesley Methodist Church
Our unique stained glass pays tribute to the WWI sacrifice of men from Ashby. Read their life stories, admire the beauty of our war memorial and find the original art nouveau features in our church.