Family events in MK: your guide

From drawing superheroes to enjoying the sights and sounds of fairground organs, there's plenty going on for all the family in MK this week...

Wednesday, 5th October 2016, 2:43 pm
Updated Tuesday, 25th October 2016, 8:21 pm
One of the organs on show at Milton Keynes Museum

ORGAN FESTIVALMilton Keynes Museum, Saturday and Sunday 11-4MKMuseum will be transporting visitors to the days of fairground fun with the return of its popular Organ Festival. Organs were the soundtrack of the fairground, and visitors will be able to hear the historic organs playing. Some of the organs have been purpose built to continue the tradition. The musical theme continues in the museum farmhouse with a display of chiming musical boxes. And two miniature steam traction engines will add to the attractions. All the usual museum exhibitions will be open too. Standard admission prices

THE BIG DRAWYork House Centre, Stony Stratford, Saturday 10am to 4pmSuperheroes and Villains is the theme of this free arts workshop with Michelle Buckland and Angela Carel. Think bat mobiles, bat lights, superhero capes and comic strips. The all-day drop-in workshop is free, including materials, and suitable for all ages. A ‘volunteer cafe’ will run all

RAPUNZEL AND THE TOWER OF DOOMStantonbury Theatre, Sat 2.30pmTheatre of Widdershins have taken this traditional tale right back to its roots, teased out the tangles and styled it into a beautifully coiffured piece. Expect a blend of top puppetry, storytelling and dramatic music, all suitable for ages four and above and packed into 50

START THE ARTMK Gallery, October 11 and 12, 11am to noonHappening every Tuesday and Wednesday morning in MK Gallery Events Space, these participatory sessions hosted by friendly artists aim to help you and your child explore the joys of art through a range of multi-sensory activities, including painting, drawing and

TRING APPLE DAYJeacocks’Orchard, Cow Lane, Tring, Sunday 10am to 4pmEnjoy a fun family day out at Tring’s Apple Day. There will be a wide variety of apples for sale from Cam Valley Orchards, as well as farmers’ market stalls, apple pressing, traditional crafts, displays, nature trail, livestock, games and apple refreshments. Free entry. Parking is very limited, so walk if

FAMILY THEATRE CLUBAylesbury Waterside,

HONEY SHOWJordans Mill, Biggleswade, Saturday 9am to 5pm

SPONSORED DALEK PUSHBedford town centre,