The festival, which started last week, includes dozens of events for everyone from babies through to senior citizens.
Tomorrow (Thursday April 11) sees creative play for children from 9.30am at Toddington Childcare, a country walk led starting from the village green at 2pm, and a family beetle drive at the church hall from 7pm.
On Saturday the first village market of 2013 takes place on the green, there’s coffee time from 10am at the library and an art exhibition from 10am to 4pm in the church hall.
Sunday sees the Children’s Olympics at St George’s Lower School, and on Monday there’s a chance to find out about the village art class and create your own masterpiece from 10am at the village hall.
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A yoga taster session takes place at 7.30pm in the church hall on Tuesday, and on Wednesday Toddington Carpet Bowls Club is holding a drop-in session for anyone to have a try, in the church hall from 2.30pm to 5pm.
Festival organiser Dee Curtis said: “There’s so much going on in Toddington that people might not know about so the festival is a great way for people to try out new things.”
Events run until April 24, telephone 01525 872649 for more information.