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Smoke­free­rock­quest: Smoke­free­rock­quest is New Zealand’s only na­tion­wide, live, orig­i­nal mu­sic, youth event. Carter­ton Events Cen­tre, Satur­day June 24 from 7pm to 10pm Rimu­taka Coun­try Mu­sic Band: Coun­try band plays best coun­try mu­sic at Messines bar & restau­rant ev­ery fourth Satur­day of the month. Messines Bar and Restau­rant, Feather­ston, Satur­day 24 June 2017 2:00pm Grafia: Grafia Folk Rock Band are play­ing at The Lake House Cafe, Queen El­iz­a­beth Park, Sun­day 25 June 12:30pm to 3:30pm Aroha En­sem­ble: Trios by Beethoven, Si­belius and Donizetti, at 57 Wood St, Grey­town, 4pm Sun­day 25 June. Ad­mis­sion $25 (stu­dents $10). For book­ings phone 06 304 9497. Oper­atu­nity: Day­time con­cert se­ries Present’s ‘‘Its Rainin’ Men!’’ Carter­ton Events Cen­tre, 50 Hol­loway Street, at 11am Fri­day 7th of July. Tick­ets $34 in­clud­ing lunch. To book call toll free 0508 266 237 or visit www.oper­atu­ Lindauer talk: Got­tfried Lindauer (1839-1926), one of NZ’s most pro­lific colo­nial painters, lived in Woodville for many years. Lindauer ex­pert Roger Black­ley leads a dis­cus­sion at Ara­toi Mu­seum on Satur­day 24 June 2pm. RSVP Ara­toi / info@artistres­i­; 370 0001 Sin­gles night: Peo­ple look­ing for com­pan­ion­ship / re­la­tion­ship or a friend­ship are wel­come to come along. Drinks/ nib­bles/ or­gan­ised speed dat­ing and spot prizes are all part of a fun night out , meet other lo­cal peo­ple who are also sin­gle, or find­ing it hard tomeet oth­ers. 46+ night is July 1. 34 to 45 is July 7 and 23-33 is July 8. Tick­ets are avail­able from re­cep­tion at Master­ton Motor Lodge. $20 prior pur­chase or $25 on night. Books!Books!Books!: Come and get a bar­gain!Mart­in­bor­ough First Church Book Stall on Satur­day 24 June 10am to 4pm and Sun­day 25 June 10 am to 2pm at the for­mer Kein­z­ley AgVet build­ing 44 Jel­li­coe St Mart­in­bor­ough Free Lions TV matches: Master­ton District Coun­cil and Con­nect­ing Com­mu­ni­tiesWairarapa have part­nered to pro­vide a pub­lic screen­ing of the two welling­ton­based Lions matches – vs. the Hur­ri­canes on 27 June and vs. the All Blacks on 1 July. Play­cen­tre: Play­cen­tre is a par­ent co-op­er­a­tive of­fer­ing Govern­ment funded, qual­ity pre- school ed­u­ca­tion for chil­dren aged 0- 6 years. Ses­sions run from 9 amto 12 noon and are mixed age, so they are fan­tas­tic for the whole fam­ily to at­tend, with the added ben­e­fit of of­fer­ing free NZQA recog­nised adult ed­u­ca­tion. There are three Play­cen­tres in theWairarapa. They are in Master­ton, Carter­ton and Mart­in­bor­ough. Find us on Face­book for fur­ther in­for­ma­tion or phone 0800PLAYNZ or www.Play­cen­ Craft Mar­ket: At Kop­uaranga Hall which will be held on Sat June 24th 9 am to 2 pm. This is a fundrais­ing event or­gan­ised by The Kop­uaranga Hall Com­mit­tee. This group have been ren­o­vat­ing the his­tor­i­cal hall with great suc­cess. Mid­win­ter Ceilidh: Come and join us for a shin-dig at the Glad­stone Com­plex on Satur­day June 24 from 7pm. Dust off your Spor­ran, don your Tar­tan and un­earth your Scot­tish blood (undies op­tional but cash for the bar is es­sen­tial). Tick­ets are $50 which in­cludes light sup­per and a drink on ar­rival. For book­ings phone Rachel on 06 372 7707 to book. Email long­bush­play­ Guided tour of Peter Bush pho­tos: The trail of 95 pho­to­graphic im­ages on dis­play un­til July 9 be­gins at the Ara­toi - En­tice - i-Site com­plex, con­tin­ues along 15 or so shopfronts of Queen Street, and fin­ishes at Hed­leys. Join Bob Fran­cis for a guided walk of the Trail on Sun­day June 25, starts 10am at Ara­toi, fin­ishes at 11am at Hed­leys. Cost $20/per­son. Re­fresh­ments served. Lim­ited to 15 peo­ple. Book your place: Ara­toi / info@artistres­i­; 370 0001 Au­tumn & Win­ter Fash­ions 1940’s to 1970’s: Tak­ing place at the Poin­ton Col­lec­tion of Cars & Cos­tume at 68 McKinstry Ave, Te Ore Ore, Master­ton Phone Gaye 06 3786710 for more in­for­ma­tion. Open most days 10am – 4pm un­til Sun­day 30th July 2017


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