Singers, DJ on tap

Dress for a night of style, so­phis­ti­ca­tion and glam­our...

Central Otago Mirror - - CONVERSATIONS -

Bliss N Eso: Fron­tier Tour­ing and Il­lu­sive Presents are pleased to an­nounce the trio will make their highly-an­tic­i­pated live de­but in New Zealand in sup­port of their new al­bum ‘Off The Grid’ at World Bar. Tickets on tick­et­ Tod­dler story time: Queen­stown li­brary 10.30am to 11.30am.

Tod­dler story time and ac­tiv­ity: Hawea li­brary 10.30am to 11.30am. Wanaka Walk­ers: Pack a lunch and meet on the lake­front op­po­site the show­grounds, Mondays 9.30am. For more info call 021474904 Al­co­holics Anony­mous: Plun­ket Rooms, Ard­more Street, Wanaka, 8pm. Open meet­ing, all wel­come. Wanaka Play­group: Meet at the Squash Club in Stone Street, 9.30am - 11.30am for 0-5 years and care­giver. More info Rachel 0211029 or 443 5147.

Hawea Li­brary: 10am Wrig­gle and Rhyme 0-2 year olds

Art Group: Mondays 9.30am-2pm. Craft clu­b­rooms 44b In­nis­cort St. In­quiries 4451359. New mem­bers wel­come. Award-win­ning mu­si­cians Boh Runga and Ja­son Ker­ri­son and DJ Justin Sweeney will en­ter­tain at the clos­ing party of this year’s four-day Clic­quot in the Snow.

It is the sev­enth year of the Queen­stown-based event run by cham­pagne com­pany Veuve Clic­quot, in­clud­ing the Rata Long Lunch, a Kathryn Wilson fash­ion show and, as the clos­ing event for the first time, the Clic­quot Gala.

The gala is de­scribed as Rose´ Win­ter Car­naval-in­spired.

Guests will be treated to an elab­o­rately themed at­mos­phere, a steady stream of cham­pagne and great en­ter­tain­ment to help dance the night away.

It has a black tie dress code and guests are en­cour­aged to dress their best for a night of style, so­phis­ti­ca­tion and glam­our.

Live en­ter­tain­ment will be

Cen­tre 7pm. Enquiries 027 771 6660 Wrig­gle and Rhyme: for par­ents and ba­bies aged 6 months to 2 years ev­ery Tuesday dur­ing term time, at Queen­stown Li­brary from 10.30am11am.

Wrig­gle and Rhyme Wanaka:

Free songs and rhymes for 0-2 year olds at Wanaka Li­brary, 10 - 10.30am. Queen­stown Toastmasters: Meet ev­ery 1st, 3rd and when ap­pli­ca­ble 5th Tuesday from 7 pm to 8.30 pm at St John Rooms, Dou­glas St, Frank­ton. Vis­i­tors al­ways wel­come. Con­tact Char­lotte on 0279333464 or visit queen­stown­toast­mas­ Wakatipu Tramp­ing Club: Meets first Tuesday each month at 7.30pm at St Mar­garets Church Hall, Frank­ton.

Ro­tary Club: Wanaka Ro­tar­i­ans meet at the Mt Iron Gar­den Bar and Func­tion Cen­tre, Al­bert Town

Tav­ern, 6pm for 6.30pm.

Meet a Jus­tice of the Peace: JP ser­vices are avail­able at Com­mu­nity Net­works, 73 Brown­ston Street, 10-2pm. Make an ap­point­ment 4437799.

Alexan­dra Pipe Band: meets pro­vided by Boh Runga and Ja­son Ker­ri­son, fol­lowed by a high en­ergy DJ set from Justin Sweeney.

Dur­ing the evening, guests will be treated to sev­eral unique mo­ments, the fa­mous ‘Clic­quot Twist’.

Fast facts

What: The Clic­quot Win­ter Gala Where: The Wine­house, Gibb­ston, Queen­stown

When: Satur­day, Au­gust 5 from 7.30pm to 10.30pm

Trans­port: will be pro­vided from the venue back to Queen­stown

Tickets: $220

More info: clic­quotinthes­ Tues­days 7.30pm. Trans­port from Cromwell avail­able. Con­tact Dun­can 4450400.

Fine Thyme Singers: meet Tues­days 7pm at the Sup­per Room, Lodge Bldg, Old Town. In­quiries 4453245.

Cromwell Drop-In Cen­tre: The Hut from 10am-2pm ev­ery sec­ond Tuesday. Play pool, bring crafts or a movie. Cost $4 and must be over 18.

Art ex­hi­bi­tion: Kirsty War­man: ‘Take off your shoes’ and Julie Col­lis: ‘Ir­re­place­able’ at gallery thirty three, in Wanaka, un­til July 28

Cromwell Ro­tary Sum­mer Book Ex­change: at Free­way Or­chard Carpark, SH 8. Books for sale $5 each, books for ex­change $2 each. Gen­tle yoga: Lake Hawea yoga col­lec­tive presents weekly yoga classes. Ro­tat­ing teach­ers. Ev­ery Monday 5.45pm - 7.15pm and ev­ery Tuesday 9:15 to 10:45. Cost $15/$12. Con­tact jen.grat­i­ Hawea Play­group: 9am-12.30pm on Monday, Tuesday and Thurs­days dur­ing school term, in the pink and yel­low build­ing op­po­site Hawea Flat Hall on Cam­phill Road. Pop in for a cof­fee and a play. You don’t have to live in Hawea.

Queen­stown Art Group: Join at Queen­stown Art Cen­tre, Bal­larat St. Wednesday 9.30am-2pm. Bring your own equip­ment and work with other artists. $5 per ses­sion Con­tact : Ruth 03 442 9193.

Artists ex­hi­bi­tion: from vis­ual artists through­out Cen­tral Otago at 2 Church St 10am to 4pm daily - Con­tact (03) 448 6230 - En­try by donation.

Wakatipu Se­nior Cit­i­zens: res­i­dents aged 60+ in­vited to Memo­rial St rooms for Tai Chi, card­mak­ing, big screen movies, plus a Friday hot lunch with tea/cof­fee, per­for­mances, games and en­ter­tain­ment in­cluded. Open Tuesday: 12-3pm, Wednesday and Friday: 10.30am to 3pm. Con­tact:

442 9214

The Youth Booth: Open Monday to Friday 3pm to 6pm for year 7 and up. Con­tact: 442 8115 or they­outh­ Wakatipu Toy Li­brary: Open on Man St on Monday 9.30am to 11am, Wednesday 1pm to 2.30pm and Satur­day 9am to 1pm. Con­tact 027 678 5593

Queen­stown Plun­ket: Play­groups at 8 Henry St. Wednesday 1pm Ja­panese Moth­ers Group; Thurs­day 1.30pm new ba­bies group with var­i­ous speak­ers; first and third Thurs­day each month from 11am breast feed­ing sup­port group; ev­ery Friday dur­ing term time 10.30am PORSE play­group. Gold coin.

Con­tact 442 7380

Ar­row­town Plun­ket: Play­groups at 20 Cardi­gan St. Mondays 10am to 12pm is Lit­tle Fin­gers art and craft, Fri­days 10am to 12pm is tod­dler ac­tiv­i­ties. Gold coin. Con­tact Lil­lie

021 02791001

Queen­stown Cre­ative Writ­ing Group: Meets fort­nightly. New mem­bers wel­come. Con­tact Mar­i­anne 021 0826 5824

Wakatipu Cro­quet Club: Meets Thurs­day and Satur­day 11am at Jar­dine Park, Kelvin Heights. BYO lunch. Con­tact Ruby 027 515 5877.


Ja­son Ker­ri­son will per­form at the Clic­quot Gala, in Queen­stown.

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