An intergenerational sports day at Norwich School, hosted by Norwich School and Friend in Deed, Cathedral Close, Norwich, 10am-noon.
Local musicians will be performing as well as a charity raffle for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices, PMT Norwich music store, New Botolph Street, Norwich.
Cake sale at Virgin Money Lounge, Castle Street, Norwich, in conjunction with TimeNorfolk pregnancy loss charity, 10am-1pm.
An interactive investigative puzzle called the Paston Puzzle will be running on Norfolk Day as part of the The Paston Treasure: Riches and Rarities of the Known World exhibition, Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery.
Start-Rite clearance event including special offers of shoes from £5-£20, Start-Rite Shoes Outlet, Peachman Way, Broadland Business Park, Norwich, 9am-6pm.
Libraries at Gaywood, Cromer, North Walsham, Great Yarmouth, Harleston, Tuckswood, Norfolk and Norwich Milennium are hosting StoryWalks outdoor sessions to bring books alive for 3-7-year-olds.
Cut-price admission to City of Norwich Aviation Museum, Old Norwich Road, Horsham St Faith, £2 for adults, £1 for children.
Teddy bear’s picnic, visiting zoo, crafts, balloon art, magician, football, party games and free raffle, Holy Trinity Church, Salhouse Road, Rackheath.
Free event for children aged 0-5 focusing on the tradition of the Norfolk dumpling by the Spin-Off Theatre Company, York Tavern, Leicester Street, Norwich, 2-4pm.
Jarrold store in Norwich will be hosting local producers, artists, makers and suppliers on July 27 and 28
Frere Road Community Centre celebration including Zumba, yoga, a smoothie workshop, children’s games and a performance by the Thorpe St Andrew Community Choir, Frere Road Community Centre, Heartsease Estate, Norwich, 11am-5pm, free.
Competition to win a Norfolk Country Cottages break up to £250, a year’s supply of Kettle Chips and behind-the-scenes tour of Kettle Chips factory, visit www.norfolkcottages.co.uk
Auction of Ruddy Muddy piece celebrating Norfolk Day for Home-Start Norfolk, bids need to be put in by midnight on Wednesday, July 18, by emailing email@example.com
Guinness World Record attempt to get the largest gathering of people dressed up as hares in one area at the Broads Authority’s Totally Broads Day at Whitlingham Country Park in Trowse, organised by South Norfolk Council, 1-2pm, www.south-norfolk.gov.uk/norfolkday
The Bear Shop on Elm Hill, Norwich, is offering a 10pc discount on anything in the shop, all day.
Visitors to Redwings Horse Sanctuary centres in Aylsham or Caldecott between July 27-29 are in with the chance of winning a year’s free sponsorship of an adoption star horse or donkey at either site by sharing pictures from their visit on the Redwings Horse Sanctuary Facebook page or on Twitter via @RedwingsHS. Family events will also be held at the centres between July 27-July 29.
Castle Mall shopping centre in Norwich giving out cake and hosting a Norfolk-themed community art display.
The Norfolk Day logo will be projected onto Norwich Castle the night before Norfolk Day on July 26 and the evening of July 27.
Free entry for children to Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden, which will also serve up a Norfolk Day cake and Norfolk-based food and drink in its tearoom, South Walsham, 10am-5pm, www.fairhavengarden.co.uk
Garden party to launch a project to raise money to build a community shop and café within the historic walled garden at Little Plumstead, Great Plumstead Village Hall, Church Road, 4-8pm. More details at www.thewalledgardenshop.co.uk
Norfolk Broads Direct is running a Why I Love the Broads photo competition depicting people’s favourite memory of the Broads. The winner will receive a full day boat hire for themselves and up to seven other people. Email entries to firstname.lastname@example.org or submit photos to a Norfolk Broads Direct Facebook post. Competition closes on July 25, www.broads.co.uk
The Feed market stall on Norwich Market (Row A, stall 24/5) is offering a free sharing bag of Kettle Chips to the first 100 people on Norfolk Day. Everyone who visits the stall on Norfolk Day can be entered into a draw to win a visit to Kettle Foods.
Drayton residents are taking part in a quiz taking the form of a story for Norfolk Day, which has words missing. Quiz sheets are available from Drayton Village Hall at its strawberry tea event on June 16 at 2pm and coffee morning on July 6. Details are on Drayton Village Hall Facebook page.
Roys of Wroxham will be showcasing its local food and drink suppliers as well as giving out samples of the goods. During the weekend of July 28/29 the store will have promotions on Norfolk produce. During the run up to Norfolk Day there will be a giveaway to win a hamper full of Norfolk items on the Roys of Wroxham Facebook page.
Notcutts Garden Centre on Daniels Road, Norwich, will be hosting Norfolk-related activities during the day.
Free fitness classes for all ages and abilities, Norwich Fitness Club, Drayton High Road, Drayton, all day, 07867 780364.
Live painting demonstration of Norwich Market by John Patchett, 10am-2pm, 01502 710491.
Children’s treasure hunt and Beetle drive, Potter Heigham Village Hall, 4-6pm (treasure hunt) and 7.30pm (Beetle drive), 01692 670852/01692 670878 to book.
Family fun day about reed cutting and Norfolk wildlife, the New Inn, Rockland St Mary, all day, 01508 538211.
BeWILDerwood photo competition, visitors can take pictures of themselves at the attraction’s Trecherous Trail with Norfolk Marshes, share on social media using #NorfolkDay, #BeWILDerwood and #NorfolkMarshes, 01692 633033.
City sightseeing bus tour around Norwich, leaves Castle Meadow at 4.30pm, book by calling 01603 213999.
Woolly mammoth activities and educational talks at Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure, Lenwade.Also joining us is Strange Fascination Theatre with their FREE open air theatre show, ‘JOURNEY TO THE CENTRE OF THE EARTH’. An exciting children’s orientated adventure with puppets, daring escapes, ingenious physical theatre and much more! Performing live at 12pm and 3:30pm!
Holkham Hall will host children’s activities, games, crafts, a Norfolk quiz and community group stalls throughout Norfolk Day.
Traditional family fete, including hook-a-duck, mini waltzers, swing boats, and a dog show, Waterloo Park, Norwich, noon-5pm, July 27 and July 28.
The five-acre walled garden at Houghton Hall will be open to the public from 11am-5pm, www.houghtonhall.com
Visitors to Snettisham Park can have one free admission if with a full paying adult and arriving before 11am, park opens at 9am.
RSPB Titchwell Marsh Reserve is hosting a walk called Easy Birding, free admission for anyone accompanying a full paying adult, £7.50 per adult, £6 for members, call 01485 210799 to book.
Families and adults can create their own moveable hare and tortoise puppets next to GoGoHare number 35 in Castle Gardens, Castle Meadow, Norwich, 11am-2.30pm.
Budding writers including families and adults can write their own short story about overcoming the odds, based on The Hare and The Tortoise or Alice in Wonderland’s Tea Party, St Stephens Church, Rampant Horse Street, Norwich, 11.30am, 12.30pm, 2.30pm.
Adults and families can play, learn and explore the virtual world at the virtual hare games, St Stephens Church, Rampant Horse Street, Norwich, 11.30am-12.30pm and 1.30-2.30pm.
Chance for adults and families to print a hare invitation or picture, St Stephens Church, Rampant Horse Street, Norwich, 11am-2.30pm.
Easy hare drawing session for adults and families, St Stephens Church, Rampant Horse Street, Norwich, 1.30-3.30pm.
Free family activities including making and decorating hare puppets and making model hares out of Lego, Norman Centre, Bignold Road, Norwich, 9.30-11.30am.
UEA Sportspark is hosting a free family day out, University Drive, Norwich.
Bressingham Steam Museum in association with the Norfolk Fire Museum will be hosting a Fire Engine Rally on July 28-29, Bressingham Steam Museum, Low Road, Bressingham, www.bressingham.co.uk
For a FULL list and map of all events go to the EDP website HERE.