HOEY AND SKY­SCRAPER

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Day: From 1.30pm at Lake Roxburgh Vil­lage Hall. Races/pot luck tea/ dance. Adults $5, kids free. For more info con­tact Ja­nine 4468 562 or Flora 4468 387 (evenings).

Lodge Dun­stan milestone: Lodge Dun­stan in Clyde will cel­e­brate its 150th an­niver­sary with a spe­cial lodge meet­ing at 2pm, fol­lowed by din­ner in the evening. Any old mem­bers or oth­ers in­ter­ested in at­tend­ing con­tact Rory But­ler (03) 448 9049 or email rand­cbut­ler@in­spire.net.nz. The­atre show: Cromwell Town and Coun­try Club present ‘One Wed­ding and a Fu­neral’ a the­atre show. Tick­ets $70 and in­clude a din­ner, 2-hour in­ter­ac­tive show and DJ to shake your groove to un­til the early hours. Book at the bar- all mem­bers, af­fil­i­ated mem­bers and mem­ber’s guests wel­come

Fish­ing: 24th An­nual Lake Dun­stan Fish­ing Clas­sic with base at Lowburn Hall, Lowburn In­let, Lowburn Road. Great prizes. En­try forms avail­able Poet and novelist Do­minic ‘‘Tourettes’’ Hoey re­turns to Wanaka this month to pro­mote his best­selling novel ‘‘Ice­land’’. Join­ing him this time is Aus­tralian based singer song­writer ‘‘Sky­scraper’’ Stan­ley

Wood­house. Hoey per­forms a mix of po­lit­i­cal satire and ab­sur­dist ob­ser­va­tions wrapped up in po­etry.

MORE INFO: Mon­day Novem­ber 20, Gin and Rasp­berry, Ard­more Street, Wanaka. Tick­ets $10/$15 from un­der­ther­adar.co.nz. READER GIVEAWAY: The

Mir­ror has two dou­ble passes to give away. Email your de­tails to mir­ror@stl.co.nz.

from Cen­tral Otago Hunt­ing and Fish­ing or from 6-8am on the day at Lowburn Hall.

Man­iototo Com­mu­nity Cup: Hosted by Naseby this year. 1-4 pm at the Naseby Recre­ation Ground. Come along and watch the district teams com­pete.

Up­cy­cling work­shop: Plas­tic Bag Free Wanaka and Kahu Youth show how to turn t-shirts into re­us­able shop­ping bags. Gold coin do­na­tion. Kahu Youth court­yard, 11 Rus­sell Street, 1.30pm - 4pm. If rain­ing, at Mt As­pir­ing Col­lege per­for­mance room be­hind the gym.

Clay tar­get champs: Moa Creek Clay Tar­get Club, Man­iototo Club Cham­pi­onships. 1pm to 5pm. Con­cert for prostate can­cer: LX Ukes and Cen­tral Singers will per­form a con­cert to raise money for prostate can­cer. Ad­mis­sion, $10 (door sales) and there will be af­ter­noon tea of ber­ries and ice cream for $5. St Enochs Church, Alexan­dra. 2pm-4pm.

Ar­row­town Christ­mas Mar­ket: Hosted by Ar­row­town Plun­ket at the Athenaeum Hall from 10am to 4pm. NZ ar­ti­san gifts, home wares, cloth­ing, jewellery, food and more! Proudly Gold coin ad­mis­sion. Mon­day

Catch an Or­bus: Queen­stown’s new $2 bus ser­vice starts to­day. Au­dio-Vis­ual con­cert and AGM: Wakatipu U3A Mu­sic Group’s an­nual con­cert. Visi­tors wel­come. u3awakatipu.org.nz., St Mar­garet’s Church Hall, Ross St, Frank­ton, Queen­stown

Tourettes and Sky­scraper Stan: Po­etry, per­for­mance, mu­sic. Gin and Rasp­berry, Ard­more Street, Wanaka. Tick­ets $10/$15 from un­der­ther­adar.co.nz.

Moun­tain Flow Yoga: A 60 minute yoga ses­sion at Yon­der ev­ery Mon­day at 7.30am and Sat­ur­day at 8am. $15, in­clud­ing a reg­u­lar cof­fee.

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