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Image caption The Spring Fayre taking place on Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 June combines the Jersey Rose and Flower Show and the spring cattle show

A few suggestions to help get the best out of island life.

Sales and markets

The Spring Fayre takes place at the RJA & HS Royal Jersey Showground in Trinity.

This Jersey traditional country fayre combines with the Jersey Rose and Flower Show and Island Spring Cattle Show to promise a full entertainment programme for all the family.

There will be a craft show, ring-events, food tasting, traditional country games and floral displays, demonstrations and competitions.

They also have bumper car boot sales taking place on the both days, with set up from 0900 BST.

The fayre is open from 1030 - 1700 BST on Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 June.

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  • A Norman-French market takes place in Weighbridge Place from Thursday 9 to Sunday 12 June.
  • A Car Boot Sale takes place in the L'Hermitage care centre car park from 1400 - 1700 BST on Saturday 11 June. They will also be serving afternoon teas for the Marie Curie "Blooming Great Tea Party" fundraising event.
  • Grouville in Bloom are holding a Car Boot Sale on Gorey Common from 0800 to 1300 BST on Saturday 11 June.
  • There is a Car Boot Sale at Corbiere from 0800 BST on Saturday 11 June, and every Saturday until September.
  • The Jersey Cat Club have a Jumble Sale starting at 1130 BST at St. Bernadette's Church Hall in St Brelade on Saturday 11 June.
  • A Saturday Market is on at St Peter's Community Centre from 0900 to 1500 BST on Saturday 11 June. Plenty of parking and refreshments are available.
  • A Vintage Fair takes place at St Brelade's Parish Hall in St Aubin from 1000 to 1800 BST on Saturday 11 June. Browse the collectable items and unique gifts from the 1900s to the 1970s, including Art Deco, Art Nouveau, studio ceramics, prints, books, vintage French linen & clothing, country furniture, cushions, fabric, jewellery, copper, silver and glassware. (Free entry)
  • St Brelade Social Club are holding an outdoor Car Boot Sale on Sunday 12 June from 0830 to 1300 BST (and every Sunday morning until the end of August)

Entertainment

Singer and songwriter Michael Omer is performing at the Jersey Arts Centre.

His show called "Unwritten, Unplugged & Unsigned" is on Friday 10 June at 2000 BST.

(Tickets: Adult: £15 Student: £10 with all proceeds going to Jersey Hospice)

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  • It is Britpop night at the Drift on Friday 10 and Saturday 11 June from 2100 BST. It will be a tribute to classic British pop music. (Free entry)
  • Le Rocquier Big Band are performing at the Jersey Opera House on Saturday 11 June at 2000 BST (Tickets from £12)
  • From Tuesday 14 to Saturday 18 June - the Jersey Amateur Dramatics Club present A Slice of Saturday Night The 60's Musical at the Jersey Opera House. (Tickets from £14)

Outdoor

The Peters & May Jersey Grand Prix of the Sea power boat challenge takes place on 11 and 12 June in St Aubin's Bay.

Some of Britain's best power boat racers are coming to Jersey for the event.

Race event headquarters and commentary is in the centre of the bay at the layby west of First Tower. (Free entry)

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  • Jersey will be celebrating the 1,100th anniversary of Normandy from 9 June with poetry, markets and more in the Fete Nouormande.
  • The East District girl guides will be having a fete at St Martin's Village Green on 11 June from 1100. (Free entry)
  • Jersey Adventures are hosting weekly Land Sailing at Bel Royal in St Aubin's Bay on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

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