Make Christmas decorations:
Join Wanaka Wastebusters crafts workshop in the Wastebusters shop. Make origami decorations and cards. Free (koha accepted). Open to all, best suits ages eight and up. 4pm - 5.30pm.
Frocks’n’Tweeds finale to Wanaka’s month long festival of biking at the Dinosaur Park from 5pm - 7pm. 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.
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
Altrusa International Queenstown: meet first
Wednesday of each month at the Senior Citizens rooms, 10 Memorial Street. New members welcome. Enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Queenstown Pure NRG (New Rotary Generation): meet every Wednesday. Contact email@example.com
Shotover 4WD Club: meet first Wednesday each month at 7.30pm at St Johns rooms, Frankton,
Contact; 442 9168
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. WHS Foundation Golf Day: Join Wakatipu High School Foundation for a great day of golf at the Milbrook Resort. Team Best Ball competition and raffle prizes. Complimentary drink and canapes after golf. Tickets $150.
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. 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.
Lighting Wanaka’s Christmas tree: Singing, dancing, ukeleles. Join deputy mayor Calum MacLeod, the Christmas Fairy, Jen Anderson, on the Wanaka Hotel lawn (next to Amigos) at 7pm. Wanaka Lions and Mitre 10 fundraiser for Kaikoura earthquake relief.
Hawea community pot luck dinner: Bring a main or dessert to Lake Hawea Community Centre, from 5.30pm. Santa arrives at 6.30pm.
Concert Dolmen: The New Zealand branch of Ensemble Royal Overseas
League are performing at Queenstown Memorial Centre 7pm to 9pm. Dolmen Ensemble Som Howie clarinet, Edward King cello and Carson Becke piano. All funds go to Cancer Society to support those affected by cancer in Wakatipu. Adults $30, students $10. Wanaka Kids Club: Fridays during school term, go mountain biking. Suitable for children of all abilities and aged from 5 – 13 years. Book waspwanaka.co.nz. More info on Facebook.
Local Produce Market: Pioneer Park, Alexandra, 11 to 2.30pm. Seasonal fruits and vegetables, European bread, cheese, beef including sausages, smoked salmon and mussels, preserves, cordials, sweet treats and lunch food. Contact Adrienne Lamb 027 248 8815.
Support Jaime Hutter: 24 hour rowathon to raise money for Wanaka emergency services starts at 5pm at the Lake Wanaka Centre.
Pop in and support.
Mt Pisa Rogaine: Fundraising Rogaine for Ed Stevens over his favourite country. Based from the SnowFarm lodge and going north. Choose 12 hours (7am start) or 6 hours (1pm start). More details on highlandevents.co.nz.
Hippy weekend party: Embrace your inner hippy at the World Bar for two days of peace, love, music and food. No costume no entry. From 3pm till late until Monday night.