Events in Spalding and district from Thursday, January 7 to Wednesday, January 13.
U3A monthly meeting: Surfleet Village Hall, 1.30pm, 01775 766504.
Pinchbeck Photographic Group: talk, Essential Camera Skills, plus practical sessions so take camera and tripod, Pinchbeck East Primary School, 7.30pm, £3.50 non-members.
South Lincs Strollers: 3 or 4-mile walk, meet 10.20am on road by Rippingale Church for 10.30am start, 01529 497791.
Spalding Gentlemen’s Society lecture: Sir Hans Sloane, his collection, and communities of natural knowledge in the early 18th century, with Alice Marples and Victoria Pickering, PhD students at the British Museum, Spalding Grammar School, 8pm, £2, spalding-gentlemens-society.org
Art exhibition: new paintings by Rosi and Colan Campbell and Glynne James, Arts Coritani, Swineshead, 10am-4pm, and open from Tuesday for rest of week, 01205 821492.
Charity Bingo: Long Sutton Church Hall, 6.15pm for eyes down 7.30pm.
Charity Bingo: Weston Hills Village Hall, eyes down 7pm.
Exotic Cat Society: 15th Championship Cat Show, Tydd St Giles Community Centre, 12.30-4.30pm, £2.50/£1.50, 01945 780027.
Plough Service: Call a Spade a Spade, Rev Alan Barker, Moulton Chapel Methodist Church, 10.30am, 01406 380443.
The Prom Show: Springfields Events Centre, Spalding, 11am-3pm, catwalk shows noon, 1pm and 2pm, 01775 765385.
Spalding Music Club: Duets by Neil Benson, Ivo Day Centre, Spalding, 2pm, 01775 723435.
Suth Holland Centre, Spalding: Steve Jobs, today 7.30pm; The Lady in the Van, tomorrow 7.30pm, Saturday 2pm and 7.30pm, Monday 7.30pm, Tuesday 2pm and 7.30pm, Wednesday 2pm; Jane Eyre, Wednesday 7pm.
For listings and times visit www.showcasecinemas.co.uk
Solo singer Alexis Jade, Lamb and Flag, Whaplode, 8.30pm;
Chad, Donington Royal British Legion, 8pm, 01775 821112.
South Holland Centre, Spalding: Jane Eyre, National Theatre Live, Wednesday, 7pm.
The Cresset, Peterborough: MineVention.
The Broadway, Peterborough: The Glen Miller Story, Blood Brothers.
Stamford Arts Centre: New Year Trad Dance a la France, Cellophony, Literature at Lunchtime: Washington Square by Henry James.