Music, litter picking and a unique "futuristic" exhibition are all on the cards this weekend.
Each week, Bailiwick Wellbeing shares a selection of sporty and community local events for you to get involved in.
Here are the top picks...
When? Saturday 14 January – 09:00
Where? La Frégate Café
What? Sardines past and present are welcome to join the annual Lasardine Eric the Seagull Memorial Ride. Starting from La Frégate, it will take riders on an island tour with a stop at St. Aubin's and at finish at Lasardine Headquarters at The Trinity Arms for a post-ride breakfast and some “recovery shakes”.
A blustery & damp morning for parkrun 322 as a hoofing 240 ran, jogged and walked with us, of whom 9 were first timers and 14 recorded new Personal Bests ????all made possible by the fantastic 22 volunteers ????♀️#loveparkrun pic.twitter.com/pfrzgaK7g6— Jersey parkrun (@Jerseyparkrun) January 7, 2023
When? Every Saturday – 09:00
Where? Les Quennevais Cycle Sports Centre
What? Join fellow runners and walkers for Jersey’s 323rd parkrun.
When? Saturday – 09:30 to 12:30/13:00
Where? Sands Jersey – St. Ouen’s Bay
What? The National Trust for Jersey is holding a litter pick session this Saturday around the St. Ouen’s Pond (Wetland Centre) and coastal strips of the bay. Meet in Sands Carpark Wetland Centre for 09:30.
All the tools/equipment will be supplied, but bring your own gloves if possible. Tea and coffee will be provided. Spaces are limited so sign up if you would like to join here.
When? Saturday 14 January – 15:00 and Sunday 15January – 10:00
Where? Town Church and St Luke’s Church respectively
What? The Choral Scholars of King's College are in Jersey and will be giving a concert at the Town Church on Saturday as well as singing Holy Eucharist at St. Luke's Church on Sunday. The service will include William Byrd's ‘Mass for Four Voices’, honouring him in this year, the 400th anniversary of his death.
When? Until 4 February
Where? Jersey Arts Centre
What? As Jersey Arts Centre celebrates its 40th anniversary, local artists have been commissioned to produce work exploring where we might be in the world in 40 years’ time on the walls of the Berni Gallery in just 40 hours, over four days.
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