Koffie Fugah: If you are into dancing or music, rhythm, new experiences, or just up for a really good evening, then you will want to come to a workshop with Koffie Fugah. 22 September, from 6.30pm - 9pm at Carterton School Hall Contact Koffie to book: email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Phone: 021 0268 0964 $30 own drum, $35 with drum hire. Local contacts: Glenys 3797060, Linda 377 4655 The DeSotos Hit the Acoustic Highway: This September The DeSotos are touring with an acoustic show featuring Paul Gurney, Stuart McIntyre and touring drummer Vic Singe.The shows will be up close and personal, Clareville Bakery, Carterton – Wednesday 20 September. For more information please contact StuartMcIntyre 0274 432111 Modern Maori Quartet with Annie Crummer: With the show band’s long-awaited debut original album released in September the band are on a nationwide tour, taking their music to the people of Aotearoa. Joining them is Annie Crummer. Tickets $55 Featherston Anzac Hall, 62 Bell St. Thursday 28 September 7pm Bouncers ‘90s remix: A funny, brilliant, inventive and perceptive deconstruction of the Saturday night out. Set in the shadowy portals of Mr. Cinder’s nightclub. Four actors play twelve characters over the course of the play. Please note that this play contains mature themes not suitable for those under 16. General admission $24.00 at Carterton Events Centre, Wed 20, Thu 21, Fri 22, Sat 23, all shows at 8pm
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My Love of Nature: Exhibition of Brian Innes paintings begins on September 22. Brian will do an artist talk at 12.30pm Wednesday 27 Sept at Heart of Arts. Bring your lunch and relax in our comfy sofas while you hear from Brian what inspires him in art. Heart of Arts, 47 High Street North, Carterton: Exhibition opening 6.30pm, The exhibition will be on until Friday 6 October. Tales of The Spring Equinox: In the ancient world, the Spring Equinox was a time to celebrate… it was the time of the return of life on Earth following the harsh northern hemisphere winter, the restoration of food supplies. The Spring Equinox occurs on September 23rd. Consequently, weather permitting the program will include viewing the Sun set over the Equinox Heel Stone. You are welcome to bring food and drink for a sunset meal. Stonehenge Aotearoa, 51 Ahiaruhe Rd, Carterton, Saturday 23 September 5pm to 8pm Waste Free Parenting Workshop: Kate Meads presents a humorous and inspirational event full of ideas to minimise waste at home. There are limited spaces and goodie bags available at each event. We can scan your ticket off of your smartphone. Please arrive 15 minutes before. Bringing your baby to a daytime workshop is fine, but please be mindful that if they get upset you may need to pop out and settle them. It is preferable not to bring babies older than 6months to an evening workshop. You get a free $100 goodie bag with each ticket, bursting with wasteminimisation products. Tickets $25. Carterton Events Centre, Tuesday 26 September 6pm to 8:30pm 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. Playcentre: ‘‘Families growing together’’, Playcentre is a parent cooperative 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. Find us on Facebook for further information or phone 0800PLAYNZ or www.Playcentre.org.nz Ceroc dance classes: Every Tuesday 8pm, Carterton School hall. ContactMandy 021 2384 230 or check out our Facebook group CerocWairarapa for more info.