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From vintage fun, and foodie tours, to craft fairs, family cycling festivals, and animal love, there’s no shortage of fun for the whole family in Sheffield this weekend.

By Nik Farah
Thursday, 04 July, 2019, 17:13
Experience life on the home front with live music anddancing, displays & re-enactments, vintage stalls, vintage vehicles, museum tours, family activities, crafts, andtrails. From 10am to 4pm Saturday and Sunday.

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Enjoy some of the best new and upcoming comedians on the circuit, as Last Laugh Comedy Club brings two comedians from the Edinburgh Fringe to Sheffield City Hall this Friday July 11 from 7pm.
Head to Endcliffe Park this Sunday for a free cycling festival for the whole family, with fun activities and challenges,music, local street food and live stunt shows. From 11am to 3pm. Visit letsride.co.uk
Somewhere between stand-up and an astrophysics lecture, this simple show explores the stories we tell in order to understand our place in the cosmos. At Theatre Deli Sheffield this Friday, from 7.45pm. Visit Eventbrite.
Visit three inspiring, and usually private, gardens from three gardening experts at the forefront of creating sustainable landscapes, and changing climates this Sunday, from 11am to 6pm. Visitwww.ngs.org.uk/event-calendar
Revolution Sheffield is hosting its first ever Pup-Up Dachshund Cafe this Sunday, from 10am to 4pm; The Sheffield Cats Shelter will host an open day from 1pm to 4.30pm this Saturday; and BrewDog Sheffield is hosting its Hair of the Dog event on Sunday, from 12pmto 6pm.
Meet the people behind the artisan businesses of Kelham Island and taste their produce this Saturday, from 11am. Sample coffee, cheese, chocolate, baked goods, gin and beer. Visitkelhamislandfoodtours.co.uk
Experience life on the home front with live music anddancing, displays & re-enactments, vintage stalls, vintage vehicles, museum tours, family activities, crafts, andtrails. From 10am to 4pm Saturday and Sunday.
Enjoy some mindful walking and sky-gazing around Padley Gorge, rounded off with a guided group meditation as the sun goes down. Visit Eventbrite to book. Dress warmly, and bring a mat or blanket.
Theres room for more mud, foam, and fun at Hesley Wood Scout Camp this Saturday July 13, from 10am. Grab your teammates and join in the biggest Team Theo event of the year. Visit www.everydayhero.co.uk
The Great Northern Contemporary Craft fair returns to Sheffield for its summer show this weekend, from Friday to Sunday at Millennium Gallery. This is an opportunity to buy direct from the artists, or to commission your own unique, handmade piece.