November Events in Maidenhead
If you’re looking for things to do this November 2023 in Maidenhead, take a look at the roundup of events. There’s something for everyone – if you are staying local.
As with all of the events listed on Face2Face Maidenhead, do check with the organisers for more details (links are provided) – just in case they are cancelled or altered and we haven’t spotted it in time. We give you the info – but we are not part of the planning (apart from our networking events).
Put the dates in your diary or save for later. Then take a look at our list of Fireworks and Bonfire Night Events around Maidenhead.
Norden Farm Outdoor Market
The monthly outdoor market will be at Norden Farm, Altwood Road on Saturday 4th November between 12pm – 4pm.
There will be stalls selling local artisan products, crafts, gifts and treats. Situated in the Linhay barns and carpark. The indoor cafe bar will also be open, serving lunch until 3pm.
TVAP SEND Party
There will be a SEND party at the Thames Valley Adventure Playground, Taplow on Saturday 4th November, 11am – 12pm.
Captain Fantastic will host the party as he will be filming at the TVAP. Book by calling 01628 628599
Repair Cafe Maidenhead
The monthly Repair Cafe will be at the Eco Action Hub, Nicholson Centre on Saturday 11th November, 10am – 3pm.
The sessions are led by repair coaches who help you to fix your broken household items and avoid adding them to landfill. Items can include textiles, frames, electronic equipment, IT assistance and woodwork.
Book your free slot by 1pm on the last Thursday before the event.
Funkin’ Souled Out Annual Funk
Funkin’ Souled Out will play their annual gig at Pinder Hall, Cookham on Saturday 11th November. Doors open at 7pm.
They will be joined by two local support acts – Majesty and Panic Lounge.
There will be a quiz night at the Woodlands Park Village Centre, SL6 3GW on Saturday 11th November at 7pm.
Bring your own food, drinks and glasses. A raffle will be held with prizes. Tables of 6 people.
Book at firstname.lastname@example.org or 01628 623263
Maidenhead Farmers’ Market
The monthly Farmer’s Market will be at Grove Road carpark on Sunday 12th November between 9:30am – 1pm. As this will be Remembrance Sunday, there will be a 2 minutes silence at 11am.
There will be fresh local produce, such as quality meat, fish, seasonal fruits and vegetables, bakery, dairy and more.
Lantern Making Workshops
The lantern making workshops, ahead of the Lantern Parade (on 9th December) will take place at Norden Farm on Saturday 18th November at 10:30am and 2pm, Saturday 25th November at 10:30am and 2pm and in the Nicholson Centre on Sunday 26th November at 10:30am.
Pre-booking is essential.
Local Producer’s Winter Market
There will be a winter market at Stubbings garden centre on Sunday 19th November between 10am – 3pm.
Visitors are welcome to go along and browse the stalls, selling local produce, crafts, Christmas gifts, food and drink and more.
1950’s Britain – Talk from The Arts Society
The Arts Society’s next event is at the Braywick Leisure Centre on Monday 20th November in the Baylis Theatre at 11:30am – 12:30pm.
1950’s Britain Through The Eyes Of The Picture Post is a talk by accredited lecturer Mr Howard Smith.
Picture Post, published by Hulton Press, was the first photojournalism magazine and in the 1940s, was selling nearly two million copies a week. In 1950, under the editor Tom Hopkinson, it produced intimate and detailed articles on life in Britain. This lecture looks at 1950 Britain, the divides and how the nation lived through the Festival of Britain in 1951. Guest price £10.
Face2Face Maidenhead Business Networking
The November Face2Face Maidenhead Business Networking event will be at The Thames Hospice on the Windsor Road (in the Education Suite) on Tuesday 21st November, between 10am – 12pm.
Expect a warm welcome, a free drink, an opportunity to introduce yourself (in an informal way) and time to mix and mingle with the group (bring along any business cards or flyers if you wish). The marketing team at The Thames Hospice will also deliver a short presentation about fundraising for the charity and their upcoming events. Tickets are £12/£6 for directory members.
Maidenhead Christmas Lights Switch on
Make Maidenhead presents the Maidenhead Christmas Lights switch on and Christmas Market on the High Street and outside the Town Hall on Saturday 25th November, from 11am.
The market will be on the high street, and the Maidenhead Round Table will be bringing Santa on his sleigh to meet, outside the Maiden’s Head from 2:30pm.
The lights will be switch on at 6pm (with a countdown leading up to it) on the stage outside the town hall – followed by a fireworks display on the roof of the town hall (weather permitting).
ADS Santa Fun Run
The ADS Alzheimers Dementia Support charity will be holding their Santa Fun Run at Dorney Lake on Sunday 26th November from 10am.
Festive fun for all the family. Run, walk, wheel or jog 5k around the lake along with hundreds of other Santas.
Free Santa suit for all the adults and a free Santa hat for the children. Or come in your own festive fancy dress!
Take a moment for a selfie with the 4m inflatable Santa and meet the ADS Santa. There is also a Santa trail for the children to follow. Lots of prizes.
The festive family pupper stage show Miki will be at showing at Norden Farm from Tuesday 28th November through to 30th December.
The show runs for 50 minutes. Join Miki, Polar Bear and Penguin as they go on a magical adventure in search for a star. Suitable for ages 3 years and over.