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Reb Foun­tain & Band: at ‘Can­non Heath’, Ahiaruhe, Sun­day 10 September 7.30pm. Reb is tour­ing in support of her new al­bum ‘Lit­tle Ar­rows’. The band will in­clude Dy­lan Storey and Ben Wool­ley. YOU ARE IN­VITED. $25 per wob­bly chair. BYO your bev­er­age of choice. Nib­bles pro­vided. Fly­ing Rock: ‘‘Fly­ing Rock’’ is a con­cert with a pur­pose. It’s pur­pose is to en­ter­tain, while do­nat­ing to charity who needs support. The money from this con­cert will go to­ward the LifeF­light he­li­copter in Welling­ton, hence the name ‘‘Fly­ing Rock’’. This con­cert will fea­ture the SmokeFree Rock­Quest bands. Wairarapa Col­lege, 83 Pow­nall St, Thurs­day 7 September 7:00pm – 9:30pm Dan­ger­ous li­aisons NZ string quar­tet: Join us on our 30thanniver­sary tour for a con­cert filled with pas­sion, yearn­ing, joy and heartache. Our ‘Dan­ger­ous Li­aisons’ pro­gramme ex­plores themes of love and de­sire and will take you on an emo­tional jour­ney through some of the great works of the reper­toire. Carter­ton Events Cen­tre, Hol­loway St, Fri­day 8 September 7:30pm – 9:30pm Six chairsmiss­ing: Palmer­ston North band play­ing mostly rock cov­ers and clas­sic hits. Club rules and dress code ap­plies. Club Wairarapa Fri­day 8 September 7:30pm – 11:30pm

FAM­ILY & COM­MU­NITY

Fresh­wa­ter talk: For­est & Bird’s na­tional Fresh­wa­ter Ad­vo­cate, Anna­beth Co­hen, will dis­cuss the Fresh­Wa­ter Res­cue Plan that has support from 16 sci­ence, pub­lic health, tourism, recre­ation and en­vi­ron­men­tal or­gan­i­sa­tions. Thurs­day, September 7 at 7.30pm at the Copthorne Sol­way Park. Bread­craftWairarapa School Art Ex­hi­bi­tion: Opens at Ara­toi Mu­seum this Satur­day, September 9th, at 2pm, with an amaz­ing dis­play of mul­ti­ple colour ex­plo­sions and un­tram­meled cre­ativ­ity. With the gen­er­ous support of Bread­craft, Ara­toi has re­ceived more than 500 en­tries from 20 schools. The ex­hi­bi­tion con­tin­ues un­til Oc­to­ber 8th. Open daily, 10am - 4:30pm. Carter­ton Daf­fodil Fes­ti­val 2017: Lo­cated in the heart of the Wairarapa, Carter­ton’s popular Fes­ti­val of­fers an abun­dance of ac­tiv­i­ties rang­ing from the fa­mous Daf­fodil pick­ing at Mid­dlerun, Street Mar­kets, Horse Drawn Sur­rey Rides, the BigWai Art Sale in the Events Cen­tre and loads more. Sun 10 Sep 2017, 10:00am–4:00pm, Carter­ton Events Cen­tre, Hol­loway St, Carter­ton. Pop-Up Doggy Deli: Memo­rial Square, High Street, Carter­ton, 10 am ‘til 4 pm, Sun­day 10 September. Woof! Re­gent 58 Ale­house’s 3rd Birth­day: On Satur­day September 9th, Re­gent 58 will be cel­e­brat­ing the Ale­house’s 3rd Birth­day as well as the Brew­ery’s 100th brew. We’ll have 4 live bands play­ing from 5.30 with The Idlers, (fea­tur­ing Re­gent 58’s own amaz­ing Rachael Tar­leton), The Raza­mataz, The Penny Stinkers and Si­lence is Silver. Plus, we’ll have a per­for­mance by the su­per hot, Girls On Fire. All of our bra­ziers will be fired up to not only keep ev­ery­one warm­but so you can cook up food on the bbq. We’ll also have our great all new Pil­sner on tap to help get the night rock­ing. All wel­come, see you there. Home Or­chard - Fruit For­est De­sign: A well-de­signed or­chard/ fruit for­est means that you can be self-suf­fi­cient in fruit all year-round. Es­tab­lish­ing an or­chard or fruit for­est on your life­style block can in­volve a good deal of work, and money, so it’s worth do­ing some care­ful plan­ning be­fore tak­ing a spade to the soil. If you get it right, it will re­ward you with fresh and healthy home-grown fruit and nuts. This work­shop cov­ers top­ics such as plan­ning & plant­ing, pol­li­na­tion, space, size & light, ex­tend­ing the sea­son. 260 Moroa Rd, Grey­town, Satur­day 9 September 12:00pm – 4:00pm. Queries email Josje csa@wefs.co.nz He´le`ne Car­roll-Re­cent Works: He´le`ne Car­roll’s art prac­tice is informed by a sense of loss. Be­ing the only child of par­ents who were sur­vivors of the Holo­caust has had a sig­nif­i­cant in­flu­ence on her life. Opens Fri­day 8th September, 5pm. Artist talk: Satur­day, 9 Sept, 11am The Lake House Cafe & Bistro: at Queen El­iz­a­beth Park is open Wed­nes­day - Sun­day 10-4pm with a new brunch menu. Func­tions by re­quest. Phone: 3701555 for book­ings or see Face­book Fri­dayWind down 4.30pm un­til late. Tapa Plates: $8 or 3 for $20, beer, wine, spir­its and cock­tails. Book­ings es­sen­tial for large groups.

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