ARE you looking forward to the weekend?

Here are some of the best things you might want to do with your family.

1. Dickensian Festival

The incredibly popular festive celebration is returning this weekend in Ulverston.

Taking place between November 27 and 19 on Market Street, all will be welcome at this incredible Christmas occasion.

2. Kendal Museum

The local museum has been open since 1796 and is home to some of the most interesting historical and cultural items.

Known for its collections of local archaeology, history, and geology, and a natural history item from around the world.

A perfect day out for the family.

3. Kendal Wall

The climbing wall has several counter parts elsewhere in the county.

Are you an avid climber or just wanting to try something new?

This is the place for you.

4. Green wood carving & Bushcraft

Woodmatters offers school sessions and courses for those interested in wood works, or those wanting to give wood carving a go for the first time.

5. Quaker Tapestry Museum

The tapestry on display is made up of 77 panels detailing the entire history of Quakerism beginning in the 17th century.

The museum is the perfect spot for a day out for some history and an in-depth look at the craft.

6. Kendal Castle

One of the town’s most popular tourist attractions and a popular sight for history buffs.

7. Blazin' Fiddles

The Brewery Arts centre will be hosting the fiddle group on Saturday November 27. Tickets cost £19.

8. Cunswick Scar

The landscape at Cunswich is one of the best walks in the area, why not try it this weekend?

9. Ye Olde Fleece Inn

One of the town’s most popular pubs is an ideal spot for lunch or dinner this weekend.

10. Jenny Eclair

Will you be coming down to visit the Forum to see the rescheduled performance of Jenny Eclair AKA ‘The Face of Vagisan’.

Taking place on Sunday, November 28.