Going Out in Rugby: September 15-21

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Manor Farm Shop & Tearoom, Catthorpe: Free arts and crafts workshop for children of all ages, 10.30am to 12.30pm

John Lees Hall, Regent Place, Rugby: Rugby Country Market, 9.30am to 11.15am

Christ Church Centre, Halvellyn Way, Brownsover: Brownsover Art Group meet, 1pm to 3pm


Bandroom, Winwick Place, Bilton: Bilton Silver Training Band rehearsals resume. All brass players welcome, of any age, 6.30pm

Bar Verve: Live music, The Anteloids, Brooklyn Redlight Return and DJs, 9.30pm

Summersaults, High Street, Rugby: Jazz Night, 7pm


Benn Partnership Centre, Railway Terrace: Rugby Linux Users Group event for Software Freedom Day, 12noon to 4pm

Lilbourne Village Hall: Jumble sale in aid of All Saints’ church, refreshments available, 1pm


Rugby Art Gallery and Museum: Sunday Artzone, 1.30pm to 3.30pm. Call (01788) 533201 for details


The Boat, Newbold: The Bear County Band and BorderLine Crossing

Benn Hall, Rugby: Come Dancing, 8pm to 10.30pm. For more information call 024 7672 5707

Newbold Methodist Church: Coffee morning, for more information call 07516 599291, 10am to 11.30am


St Andrew’s Church: Lunchtime recital, Stella Howard (soprano) David King (piano), 1pm

Craven Lane Hall, Southam: Table top Sale, 8.30am to 12noon

Friends Meeting House, 28 Regent Place: Birthlight Pregnancy Yoga classes 7pm to 8.30pm. Suitable from 14 weeks onward. Call Leigh on 07941 279343


The Squirrel, Rugby: Live Music 8pm

Does your business, group or organisation have an event suitable for our Going Out section?

Events can include anything from jumble sales and karaoke nights to beer festivals and live music. Events can be weekly, monthly or one off.

To get in touch, email: peter.horton@rugbyadvertiser.co.uk or call 01788 539977.