Thursday 20 September 2018 Spark, 17-21 Piccadilly, York YO1 9PB.
Hosted by Spark York and Caboodle Magazine!
Come and join us at SPARK for the first in a series of night markets showcasing the work of local creatives & designer makers. Stalls of design led pieces including art, jewellery, homewares, printmaking and more. Great food, drinks and atmosphere, meet the makers and have a great night of indie shopping. 5.30-8.30pm - Free entry
19 - 22 September 2018
York Knavesmire. The Festival will be sited in the new purpose built Course Enclosure directly opposite the Grandstand on the other side of the race track.
Venue: York Racecourse, YO24 1DJ map
Organised by Campaign for Real Ale York.
More than 400 real ales, more than 100 ciders! Housed in a spacious marquee with ample seating, a huge beer garden and a wide selection of food stalls.
First Saturday of every month throughout 2018 1st September 2018 Hovingham Village Hall
10:30am - 1:30pm. The award winning monthly market run by volunteers selling a range of local foods & crafts to local people, produced by local growers and artisans. First Saturday of every month.
Heart of York Bike Ride
Sunday 9 September 2018
By taking part in a British Heart Foundation event you’ll be sure to have fun and get yourself fitter but with the money you raise you’ll also help to save lives. Choose from 2 routes (22miles or 40miles), both starting from the historic city of York and taking in some of the best North Yorkshire moorland and countryside. bhf.org.uk
31 Aug - 2 September 2018
Held on the grounds of Escrick Park Estate in York, YO19 6EA (just off the A19) our show welcomes everyone to camp for the weekend, or simply spend a day enjoying the atmosphere and company of VW enthusiasts, the music we all like and the child friendly experience.
If you haven't yet attended this show we encourage you to do so. Ticket prices are a bargain especially when you consider what's on offer: Live Bands, Food Traders, VW Gift Traders, Auto Jumble Traders , Dog show, Children activities, weekend camping in York plus a chance to do some sightseeing in the beautiful city of York. (www.classicvolks.com/vwfieldofdreams.html)
Malton Harvest Food Festival
Saturday 8 September 2018 Sister event to the annual Food Lovers Festival is Malton Food Lovers Markets which take place every second Saturday. Lots of stalls selling local produce, live chef demo, free entry, free parking. Located inside and outside the Milton Rooms, with a Harvest theme. More..
Heritage Open Days
Heritage Open Days September 2018
Heritage Open Days celebrates England's fantastic architecture and culture by offering free access to properties that are usually closed to the public or normally charge for admission. Every year on four days in September, buildings of every age, style and function throw open their doors, ranging from castles to factories, town halls to tithe barns, parish churches to Buddhist temples. It is a once-a-year chance to discover hidden architectural treasures and enjoy a wide range of tours, events and activities which bring to life local history and culture.
14 - 16 September 2018
Venue: Great Yorkshire Showground, Harrogate
A huge range of flowers, gardening accessories, summerhouses, statues, ceramic pots, tools & much more. A grand day out whatever the weather. For many exhibitors, the two Harrogate Shows in April and September mark the beginning and end of the UK's Horticultural Show season, taking in Chelsea, Hampton Court and Tatton Park on the way. Around 90 of the country's leading horticultural nurseries will be competing for medal award cards and silver trophies and selling from their plant markets. All are specialists in their field and happy to share their knowledge with visitors. flowershow.org.uk
Weekly Free 5km timed run. Every Saturday at 9am. (Note: Check with facebook for any cancellations).
1½ laps of York Racecourse (map) on the tarmac path.
Sometimes upto 600 runners! A fast flat course. All levels of fitness. A great start to your weekend. Grab a post parkrun coffee from the coffee van. Entirely organised by volunteers. You need to register and get your barcode from parkrun.org.uk