The Mysterious Case of the
Slimy Algae: what we know - and don’t - about the ‘Lake Snot’ invading Queenstown Lakes, by Dr Marc Schallenberg, the Rees Hotel Queenstown conference room, 5.30 to 7 pm, $5 donation at the door, please register at firstname.lastname@example.org Bike’vmber: Wanaka’s inaugural Bike’vember festival aims to get people walking and biking all month. Get your Bike’vember ‘passport’ stamped at events across the Upper Clutha. More info: www.bikevember.nz.
Mid-week markets: Fresh produce markets are on at Sherwood Queenstown every Wednesday
4pm- 7pm. Live music, community stalls, baking, wine, fresh produce and BBQ. Bring your own bag - the markets are zero waste.
Altrusa International Queenstown: meet first
Wednesday of each month at the Senior Citizens rooms, 10 Memorial Street. New members welcome. Enquiries to email@example.com
Shotover 4WD Club: meet first Wednesday each month at 7.30pm at St Johns rooms, Frankton,
Contact; 442 9168
Line Dancing: Every Wednesday from 12.30pm to 2.30pm at the Arrowtown Hall. Contact: Jackie (03) 974 4682 or 021 284 0681 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.
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. 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.
Retirement seminar: An independent expert to talk about retirement villages, to give tips and answer all the questions. The seminar is organised by Grey Power and all are welcome at St. Margaret’s Presbyterian Church, 1.30pm.
Friday November 25: Lizards with Dunedin scientist Carey Knox. Learn about some of the most world’s rarest, beautiful, and secretive lizards, that just happen to call Upper Clutha home. Admission fee $10, school pupils free. Wanaka Presbyterian Church 7pm.
Wanaka Kids Club: Every Friday during school term Wanaka Kids Club go mountain biking! Suitable for children of all abilities and aged from 5 – 13 years. Book on website http://www.waspwanaka.co.nz/.
More info on Facebook.
Mums Day Out: Parent to Parent Otago and Southland com together for a mums day out in Arrowtown.
Join for a movie with nibbles and a lunch out at the restaurant. Meet at Dorothy Browns cinema at 10.30. Movie cost $20 and we will pay for your lunch. RSVP to Sheryl on 02780823949
Thriller in a Chiller: Queenstown’s premium annual charity boxing extravaganza is always a sell out. Cocktail dress code wih drinks and food for sale at the Event Centre.
Coronet Car Climb: Lock in the date and come and see the cars racing fast up Coronet Peak, 2.7km to the base building.
Queenstown 9s carnival: Great family day out with rugby league tournament, food stalls, music, bouncy castles. 10 teams competing. Free entry, Queenstown recreation grounds.
Bannockburn Gutbuster: A 75km Scenic MTB ride from Garston through the Nevis Valley. This is a
classic ride - very worthy and finishes at the Bannockburn pub. More details available on Highland Events website.
Wanaka Craft Beer Festival: The Southern Lakes region is fast becoming a thriving hub for small quality craft beer breweries and now is your chance to try them at the Wanaka Beer Fest, 11.30am - 5.00 pm, Post Office Lane. Tickets $25, limited to 200. Contact James Hay firstname.lastname@example.org.