Five things to do in October
Something else that is exciting is all the photos on electrical cabinets in the centre of Hässleholm, just take a stroll round the town and see them.
KDFF can still be one of the top three in the Women's Premier Division and get a place in the European Premier League. We cheer them on, both on and off the field, and keep our distance. Here's hoping more people will soon be allowed to watch the game live.
Sightseeing: Photos on electrical cabinets
What: A number of electrical cabinets have been decorated with photos; the water-tower in Bjärnum, the open-air pool in Vinslöv and Hässleholm's town festival are just three of them.
Where: In Hässleholm town centre.
When: Whenever you like.
What: A talk about #metoo – three years on. In 2017 opera singer Maja Frydén started a campaign called #visjungerut (we sing out) about the situation of women in the world of singers. Josefin Johansson is a comedienne, broadcaster and writer.
Where: Kulturhuset Vita Skolan, Broby.
When: 5th October and 12th October at 7 pm. Free entry. Tickets must be booked in advance.
Out and about: Naturum
What: Fun out of doors around the fire. Be a nature detective! Solve tricky assignments, learn all about different animal tracks.
Where: Naturum, Vattenriket.
When: Thursday 29th and Friday 30th October, 11 am till 2 pm Drop in.
Exhibition: The Folly
What: Exhibition ”The Folly”, in the art gallery, a sculpture made out of white bread by the artist Louise Waite. Inspired by constructions in the English countryside.
Where: Vanås Konst.
When: Opens 17th October, 11 am till 4 pm. The exhibition will go on until 1st November.
What: Women's Premier Division home match between KDFF and Vittsjö GIK.
Where: Kristianstad Football Arena.
When: Sunday 1st November at 2 pm.