Peter Byles and Anna Sutcliffe will give a talk on Moths and Bats at Moylegrove Village Hall on March 4, at 7.30pm.
Peter is a local enthusiast who finds some wonderful moths. Anna leads the ecological consultants Biodiversity Solutions, and has sat watching bats for many long nights.
Entry is £3, kids free.
On March 8 and 9 there will be a Balkan Harmonies singing workshop at the hall with Abbie Lathe, starting at 10am.
Abbie is a fabulous teacher with over 20 years experience in teaching and performance. Her workshops are always great fun.
This two-day workshop in Bulgarian and Balkan harmonies is aimed at people who have done some singing, cost is £50.
On March 15, 8pm there will be e - classical guitar and song, A unique and breath-taking concert by Keith James.
The surreal, haunting and exotic poetry of Pablo Neruda, Isabel Allende, Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Frederico Garcia Lorca. Performed as songs and set to a collection of rich, daring and fiery classical guitar arrangements.
Entry is £10, and doors open at 7.30pm
Dr Brian John will give a talk on Stonehenge, Pembrokeshire, and the Ice Ages on March 25, 7.30pm.
On March 29, 7.30pm, dance to the fizzing folk style of highly acclaimed musicians Henry Sears and George Whitfield.
Tickets cost £8, reservation advised, and a buffet supper will be available.
To find out more call 0845 519 2791 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.