Weekend What's On: Five things you can't miss in St Albans this weekend

Weekend What's On: Five things you can't miss in St Albans this weekend

Weekend What's On: Five things you can't miss in St Albans this weekend

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Here’s your guide to the best things to do this weekend in St Albans.

1. Willows Farm Potato Shindig

Each weekend in September come and harvest your free bag of potatoes from Willows Potato Patch, plus enjoy a full day’s programme of Farm Village fun.  Willows Farm Village, London Colney, St Albans, weekends in September, 10am to 5.30pm. Details: 0870 129 9718, willowsfarmvillage.com 

2. Doggy Fun Day & Strawberry Tea

Hearing Dogs for Deaf People have organised this day of fun in the park which will include tips on training, agility courses and doggy games, stalls and a delicious strawberry tea.  Greenwood Park, Tippendell Lane, St Albans, Sunday, September 7, 2.30pm. Details: Liz Arendt 01923 671869, lizarendt@ruffles28.plus.com   

3. Katie Aggett - Written in the Corners of Streets

Winner of the Eastern Approaches annual open exhibition 2013, this young artist creates large wooden sculptures and bold charcoal drawings, inspired by our fast-changing cityscapes and the clashing architectural styles that define them.  Museum of St Albans, Hatfield Road, St Albans, until September 7, 10am to 5pm (Monday to Saturday) and 2pm to 5pm (Sunday). Details: 01727 819340, stalbansmuseums.org.uk 

4. John Mann - Theatre Organ Concert

An evening concert featuring the king of showbusiness himself, direct from the south coast, Mr John Mann.  St Albans Organ Theatre, Camp Road, St Albans, Saturday, September 6, 7.30pm. Details: Tickets available on the door until 7pm or on 03003 656565

5. Gregynog Ensemble - Clarinet and Strings

The programmes will include Crusell: Clarinet Quartet in C minor Op.4, Zae Munn: Gathering (new commission) and Brahms: Clarinet Quintet in B minor.  St Stephen’s Church, St Albans, Saturday, September 6, 7.30pm. Details: Alison Eales on 01462 896778


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