Night Noodle Markets: open tonight at Queenstown Primary School and run until Sunday. See you there!
Nicky Samuels: Olympian triathlete Nicky Samuels talks about how she tumbled into the sport of triathlon and her 11 year professional career at Wanaka Chamber of Commerce women’s meeting, Edgewater Hotel, 10am. Entry $5/$10. Non members welcome.
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.
Narcotics Anonymous: weekly 6pm at Cromwell Resource Centre, 5 Murray Tce. Phone 0800 628 632 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 6.50pm every Wednesday at its club rooms at 9 Cliff Wilson St. Visitors welcome.
Preschool story time: Bring your 3-5 year old to Wanaka Library for crafts and books from 10am - 11am. Kangatraining: babywearing postnatal exercise class, 9.45am every Monday and Wednesday at Presbyterian Community Church Centre, 91 Tenby Street Wanaka, and 10am Thursday at Cromwell’s Scout Hall on Ortive Street. It’s $5 to try a class. To book: Go to facebook page or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or visit youth.stjohn.org.nz
Care and Friendship: Every second week at 11am in the Catholic Church Hall in Sligo St, Cromwell. This is a light-hearted day out for senior Events in the Mirror coverage area are listed free of charge subject to space availability and may be removed without notice. Email listings to email@example.com by noon on the Friday before publication.
people, all welcome. $8 for lunch, transport available. Phone 445 1157.
Family and Sexual Violence: Yes It Does Happen Here Too will be held at Queenstown Memorial Centre on April 20 from 7pm til 9pm. Speakers include Louise Nicholas, Ken Clearwater, Nicola Atwell and Rachel Smith Register at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aspiring Quilters: Wanaka’s quilting group is meeting 1pm to 4pm, Faulks Room, Lake Wanaka Centre. Visitors and new members welcome. Call Clare 443 4303 for more information.
Learn salsa: Wanaka Social Dance presents beginners and intermediate street Latin dancing every Thursday at 7pm at the Dance Wanaka
Studios. Followed by a social dance at 9.30 at the Gin and Raspberry. More info: 021 0396537.
Coffee Chat and Craft: Every first Thursday of the month at 10am at St Peters Church Lounge.
Meditation Class: every Thursday 5:45pm. No experience needed, cost by donation. Queenstown Dharma Centre, 12 Lake St. Contact: Andrea 021 440537
Queenstown book club: Meeting last Thursday of every month at Queenstown Library from 6pm to 7pm during school term time. Queenstown Organ and Keyboard Club: meet fortnightly on Thursdays from 1.30pm to 4pm. Contact 441 4123.
Quiz Night at 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, Saturday is club day 10am-4pm at 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.
Queenstown Greypower AGM: Queenstown Lakes Mayor Jim Boult speaks on progress since the October election. 1.30pm at St John’s Hall, Frankton.
Martin Curtis: Cardrona folksinger Martin Curtis with Graham Wardrop. Celebrate the release of Martin’s 10th album at the Cardrona Hall, 8pm. Tickets $20 Pembroke Wines.
Be a Queenstown ambassador: Spend a morning exploring what makes this region special in order to make the visitor experience a unique and genuine one. Courses are on Friday mornings from 9am to 12pm at Queenstown Resort College and cost $30 (plus GST). To book or for more info firstname.lastname@example.org
Simply Meditate: Friday’s from 10.15am to 11am at St Peter’s Parish Centre, 2 Church St, Queenstown. Suggested donation of $5 per class. Southern Fun Felters: First Friday of every month at Cromwell Anglican Church Hall, 10.30am - 3.30pm. BYO lunch, felting equipment and fibres. Contacts: Bev Muir, Cromwell, 0272001057; Maureen McKenzie, Alexandra, 03 4488842; Jillian Shaw, Roxburgh, 03 4469009; Heather Kerr, Wanaka, 03 4434151.