Fancy a nice walk this weekend? In Drenthe there are of course plenty of places to stretch your legs, but you can also join an excursion. For example, Staatsbosbeheer is organizing a walking excursion through the Sleenerzand on Sunday. “The history of the Sleenerzand is rich. When the first people settled here, Drenthe was still a jungle. These Funnel Beakers built dolmens from granite boulders.” The walk starts at 10am and costs 6 euros for adults. Registration is mandatory. Which can here.

    On Sundays you can also visit Zorgvlied for the Wollig Landleven fair. “Atmosphere, passion and craftsmanship are the ingredients of the fair.” More than sixty exhibitors show their woolly products and specialties. “You can’t miss this for people who knit, crochet, spin or whatever. Workshops are also given.” There are also the necessary food stalls, where you can buy burgers, spare ribs, cheese, jam and honey. The wool fair is on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Dorpsstraat and Tied Zat square. The entrance is free, as is a parking space.

    And in Orvelte, the harvest day is celebrated on Sunday. “If it is dry enough, it will be threshed during the day of harvest by the threshing club from Ruinen with their authentic thresher. A true happening to see. The women of the threshers are ready with their waffle irons to make the famous bacon thicken from the end product. baking,” the organization said.

    There are also demonstrations and music. You can also learn how to mow with a scythe. All this takes place on the Brink and the Melkwegje in Orvelte. The day of harvest is from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.