n WARMSWORTH: Acclaimed humanitarian speaker Rishi Nitya Pragya will be at Warmsworth’s Holiday Inn for two special mind and body events. Nectar of Bliss, an evening of knowledge, music and meditation takes place from 7.30pm to 9.30pm on Sunday. Tickets are £8 in advance or £10 on the door. £5 for 11-16 year olds and under 10s free. Contact 07894 554513 for details. Then on Monday, he will host a workshop on health and happiness focusing on stress free empowerment, yoga, inner peace and well being. The event takes place on Monday from 4.30pm to 7.30pm. Admission is £4 in advance, £5 on the door. Email R.Karwa2011@gmail.com for details.
n RACECOURSE: Whether you marvel at all things mystic or just fancy a session with a psychic, then be at Doncaster Racecourse’s psychic night this evening. The Sacred Spirit Events roadshow will feature a team of professional mediums in front of a live audience. There will be a pie and pea supper with individual readings available. The show is limited to over 18s only and tickets are £12 per person. Contact 01302 304200 for details.
n SANDALLBEAT: Come along to the woods on Wednesday and enjoy adventure and fun with play rangers. The session takes place from 10.30am to noon. Admission is £1 per child. Meet at the Sandall Beat Community Environment Centre and call 01302 300798 to book your place. Then, from 2.30pm on the same day, create mud pies and creatures with clay, sand and mud with Mud Monsters at the same venue. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Admission is £2 per child.
n TOWN: Artist Dave Gillan presents an exhibition, Real Skills for Real Opportunities at The Point, South Parade from tomorrow until September. The exhibition takes a creative look at employment in Doncaster.
n DENABY: There’s fun to be had with a Games Day at Denaby Library. The event takes place between 10am and 11am.
n MUSEUM: Discover why the rainforests are so important to the Earth’s ecosystem with Rainforests, a day of activites at Doncaster Museum. Make a scary gorilla mask, a 3D cheeky monkey and join in with lots more fun activities. The event takes place from 1.30pm to 3.30pm on Tuesday and 10.30am to 12.30pm on Wednesday. Admission is 50p.
n ASKERN: Come and look for the birds, bees and butterflies that have been attracted to the plants with a wildlife safari at Warren House Park, Askern. There will be other craft activities for children to join in with on the day. Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult. The event takes place on Wednesday from 2pm to 4pm. Contact South Yorkshire Community Rangers on 01302 735150 for details.
n WALKS: Doncaster Ramblers have organised three walks over the next few days for people to get out and about and enjoy themselves in the countryside. On Saturday, a 12 mile moderate walk taking in the Worsbrough area sets off from Worsbrough Mill and County Park at 10am. Contact 07979292026 for details. Then on Tuesday, the group takes in the dales and trails around Ashford in the Water and Monsal Dale. Meet at 10am at the White Lodge car park on the A6 two miles past Ashford. The walk is described as a 10 mile moderate trek. Telephone 07796206376 for details. Then on Wednesday, the Sandall Beat Amble, a five mile gentle walk around Sandall Beat Wood. Meet at 7pm opposite the bus depot on Leger Way.
n MUSIC: Singer Tina Reid has been named winner of Doncaster’s Mecca’s Got Talent. In front of a panel of independent judges, Tina gave a brilliant performance of Love Is All by Malcolm Roberts to clinch the East Laith Gate club title to win a pair of tickets to the BGT live tour and will head to the semi finals on May 27. clubs across the UK in the national finals The national final will be on July 16.