Our round-up of events for the family in and around Peterborough this week.
Ski Slopes Sessions
Tallington Lakes, April 2
As part of the end of season bash, there will be free recreational ski and snowboard sessions from 10am-11am, 12pm-1pm, 4pm-6pm, as well as free tobogganing on the nursery slope all day.
There will be two main slope tobogganing sessions running, 11am-12pm and 1pm- 2pm, for just £2.
While all this is going on there will be a bouncy castle and a BBQ plus a raffle in aid of the Lincolnshire Air Ambulance Service.
To kick off the summer season there will also be multiple free taster sessions on the climbing wall.
St John’s Church, April 6
At 10.30am Piccolo, the monthly concert for pre-school children, continues the emphasis on strings, when violinist Roger Stimson plays a programme of “Music with Hats!”
Voyager Academy, April 1
Caritas Harmony and Peterborough Gilbert and Sullivan Players present Songs for a Spring Evening, beautiful choral music with some Gilbert and Sullivan favourites.
Tickets cost £8.
www.peterboroughgands.org .uk or 07771 545496
Queensgate, April 3-8
A new pop-up exhibition by artist and illustrator Matt Booker in the old Tie- Rack shop which investigates contrasting public spaces in Peterborough, focusing on Queensgate shopping centre and a community run garden, The Green Backyard, on Oundle Road. A series of drop-in workshops are also planned.
Disney Magic workshop
Wildcats Theatre School, Stamford, April 5
Wildcats have been raising money by running a number of events including a World Book Day ‘Week’ and all the teachers and assistants on this Disney workshop, one of their Easter workshops, have offered to donate their teaching fees toThorpe Hall Hospice in Peterborough.
www.bit.ly/Easter2017 or call 01780 762000