Water Quality Sessions: QLDC and Otago Regional council invite you to join the public discussion with experts about lake quality, lake snow and what we are doing about it. Lake Wanaka Centre Auditorium 12.30pm -1.30pm and Queenstown Event Centre function room 5.30pm- 6.30 pm.
Social Media Workshops: With Wanaka based Jamie Roy. Two workshops will be held at the Roxburgh Service Centre, 120 Scotland Street, Roxburgh. 1) Facebook for beginners 2pm-3pm, cost: $5; 2) Social Media and your business 6pm-8pm. Cost $10. Places are limited so register by emailing Jennie at firstname.lastname@example.org 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 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. 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.
Book launch: Alexandra Public Library 3.30pm – Matakanui woman Janette Cannell launches her children’s picture book, Freddy and the Bantam Sisters.
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.
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.
Dance Out Loud: A showcase of rhythm-inspired dance and performance by children and adults. Lake Wanaka Centre today and tomorrrow, 3pm and 7pm. tickets at Soul Clothing, Helwick St, $15. Baskets of Blessings: Volunteers are needed to put together this month’s Baskets of Blessings. Meeting at St Johns rooms in Frankton from 10am. Any donations are welcome. For more info contact Tam 0220122439
Beach St Market: Hand made goodies and crafts, buskers are welcome. Every Friday, 11am - 6pm at upper Beach St.
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 www.waspwanaka.co.nz/. More info on Facebook.
Local Produce Market: Pioneer Park, Centennial Ave, 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 time food. Contact Adrienne Lamb 027 248 8815.
Santa at the Ice Bar: Bring the whole family to the Ice Bar at Steamer Wharf, to catchup with Santa and take a photo fom 10am to 2pm until Monday. Entry $5 for children, $10 for a family. All
donations go towards Wakatipu Plunket’s injury prevention program. Music gig at Sherwood: Bryony Matthews is a young folk singer with a radiant future. She comes on her first national tour along with a full band, and fellow Cantabrian Amiria Grenell, who many will remember from her show with Holly Arrowsmith recently. Tickets from utr.co.nz
Remarkables Market: Food, wine and crafts. At the Red Shed, Remarkables Park from 9am to 2pm.