Pilates: Lake Hawea Community Centre. Every Wednesday from 6pm. Cost $10.
Toddler story and craft time: Cromwell library 2-3pm.
Toddler story time: Arrowtown library 10.30am to 11.30am
Stich ‘n Bitch: Craft and chat at Edgewater Hotel, Sargood Drive, Wanaka, every Wednesday from 7pm. All welcome.
Queenstown Pure NRG (New Rotary Generation): meet every Wednesday. Contact email@example.com
Line Dancing: Every Wednesday from 12.30pm to 2.30pm at the Arrowtown Hall. Contact: Jackie (03) 974 4682 or 021 284 0681
Play bridge: Wanaka Bridge Club meets 7pm every Wednesday at its club rooms at 9 Cliff Wilson St.
Learn salsa: Wanaka Social Dance presents beginners and intermediate street Latin dancing every Wednesday at the Dance Out Loud Studio. For more info on 021 0396537.
Preschool story time: Bring your 3-5 year old to Wanaka Library for crafts and books from 10am - 11am. Mixed craft group: 1pm every Wednesday at the Alexandra District Club. Learn how to do different crafts and share the knowledge of crafts that you participate in. No charge. Just come along. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
St John Cromwell Youth
Division: Meet every Wednesday at St John Rooms, Barry Ave. Penguins 5-6.15pm and cadets from 6pm7.30pm. Inquiries to email@example.com or visit youth.stjohn.org.nz
Care and Friendship: 11am in the Catholic Church Hall in Sligo St, Cromwell. This is a light-hearted day out for senior people, all welcome. $8 for lunch, transport available. Phone 445 1044. Events in the Mirror coverage area are listed free of charge subject to space availability and may be removed without notice. Email listings to firstname.lastname@example.org by noon on the Friday before publication.
will increase your knowledge of Te Tiriti o Waitangi from a Maori perspective. Tickets $40 or $60 for two days, morning and afternoon tea provided.
Mayoral candidates: Grey power organised opportunity to meet Queenstown Lakes mayoral candidates at St Margaret’s Church hall from 1.30pm to 4pm. All welcome.
After school art: Wanaka Library hosts free art classes every
Thursday until September 23 from 3.30pm - 4.30pm for children between 7 and 11. Bookings essential on 4430410.
Meditation Class: every Tuesday 11am and Thursday 5.45pm. Classes ongoing-everyone welcome, no previous experience needed. Koha accepted. Queenstown Dharma Centre, 12 Lake St. Contact Andrea 021440537
Queenstown Organ and Keyboard Club: meet fortnightly on Thursdays from 1.30pm to 4pm. Contact 441 4123.
Queenstown Car Club: meet first Thursday of each month at Goldridge Hotel at 7.30pm. Contact 442 2746
Quiz Night @ Armando`s: Melmore Terrace. 6pm start, $5 perperson. Pizza and drinks available throughout the evening. Get your team together and come and enjoy our fun alternative quiz nights. Crank Cycles Ride Night: 7pm every Thursday, departing from the Golden Gate Lodge. Everyone welcome. Bikes available. Phone 445 4107
Cromwell Pottery Group: Meets every Thursday 10am-4pm, Saturdays club day 10am-4pm @ the clubrooms on Inniscort St. Inquiries 4453010.
Wanaka Farmers Market: Every Thursday, 3pm - 6pm outside Speight’s Ale House on Ardmore Street. Now with arts and crafts.
Knit Club Wanaka: Every
Thursday, Alchemy Bar, 5.30pm. Contact email@example.com.
Treaty of Waitangi training: The workshop at St John Queenstown will increase your knowledge of Te Tiriti o Waitangi from a Maori perspective. Tickets $40 or $60 for two days, morning and afternoon tea provided.
Winter table games: Weekly cards and table games at the Lake Hawea
Community Centre, every Friday from 1.30pm. Contact Louana 4432345 or Marj 4437472.
Simply Meditate: Escape the stress and busyness of life and discover the peace of meditation for yourself with Buddhist nun Kelsang Luma. Classes are suitable for everyone. Bookings not required. Friday’s from 10.15am to 11am at St Peter’s Parish Centre, 2 Church St, Queenstown. Suggested donation of $5 per class.
Local Produce Market: Pioneer
Park, Centennial Ave, Alexandra, 11 to 2.30pm. Contact Adrienne Lamb 027 248 8815.
Kapa Haka and Hangi: Arrowtown Primary School to raise money to replace the aging uniforms of the school’s kapa haka group. Line up includes kapa haka, Marcus Winter ‘‘The sandman’’, The Above Average Weight Band, cash bar and raffles and traditional hangi food.