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What’s on in Maidenhead this weekend

If you’re looking to find out what’s on this weekend, we’ve made it easy for you – as it’s all rounded up in one place.

There’s something for everyone – so if you’re looking for live music or a family event, check it out here. Some events need to be booked beforehand. Check the events for changes or cancellations, as sometimes that happens before we spot it (we don’t have anything to do with the organising – we just provide you with the information).

Or head back to the What’s Happening in Maidenhead page to see more of what’s going on. There are regular monthly posts, seasonal events, an updated gig guide and more.

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FRIDAY 17TH MAY

The Metre-Market is at Cookham Dean Village Hall between 8:30am – 1pm.

Bring Baby Choir at Norden Farm at 12:30pm for parents or carers with babies under 18 months.

Come and try softball with the Maidenhead Softball Club. A free event every Friday at 6:30pm – 8pm at Newlands School in the winter and Summerleaze Park in the summer.

Story time (free) at Boyn Grove Library, Courthouse Road between 4pm – 4:30pm.

Chalk The Walk in Cookham is a fun free event as part of the Cookham Festival taking place until 19th May. You can also get chalk from The Little Bookshop, and have fun chalking your artwork on the Causeway!

The Sculpture Garden returns to the Odney Club, Cookham as part of the Cookham Festival between 10am – 5pm. Explore the grounds and enjoy the artwork.

Springtime Ceilidh at Norden Farm at 7:30pm.

Live music with Don’t Look Now at The Maiden’s Head from 9pm.

Live music from Matthew Allman at the Craufurd Arms from 8pm.

SATURDAY 18TH MAY

The Maidenhead Parkrun is a free community event. The 5K run is at Braywick Park at 9am. Register for your barcode online.

Roller Disco at Braywick Leisure Centre. Scoot and skate for newbies and younger ones between 3pm – 4pm. Roller disco (no scooters) between 4:15pm – 5:15pm. Roller disco late session, low lights, DJ, between 5:30pm – 7:30pm.

Free Dungeons and Dragons club at the Maidenhead Library, St Ives Road between 1pm – 3:30pm (over 15 years).

The Formosa Fest will be at the Formosa Field, Odney in Cookham between 2pm – 10:30pm. Gates open at 1pm.

Chalk The Walk in Cookham is a fun free event as part of the Cookham Festival taking place throughout May. You can also get chalk from The Little Bookshop, and have fun chalking your artwork on the Causeway!

The Sculpture Garden is at the Odney Club, Cookham as part of the Cookham Festival between 10am – 5pm. Explore the grounds and enjoy the artwork.

Live music from Broadmoor Sirens at The Maiden’s Head from 9pm.

Live music from Matt Bond at the Craufurd Arms from 8pm.

SUNDAY 19TH MAY

The Junior Parkrun is at Ockwells Park at 9am. The 2K course is a free friendly event for ages 4-14 years. Get your barcode online.

Aqua Paddle returns to Boulters Lock. A free 5km paddleboarding event to Cliveden and back. Starting at 9am. Register online. 

Ovey’s Farm Family Concert, Cookham High Street (organised by Cookham resident Renee Harris for the Cookham Festival). BBQ, picnic, live music.

Cantorium Choir Gala Concert for the Cookham Festival, Holy Trinity Church at 7:30pm.

Chalk The Walk in Cookham is a fun free event as part of the Cookham Festival which ends on Sunday 19th. You can also get chalk from The Little Bookshop, and have fun chalking your artwork on the Causeway!

The Sculpture Garden last day at the Odney Club Cookham, as part of the Cookham Festival between 10am – 5pm. Explore the grounds and enjoy the artwork.

 

 

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