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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: fu­garo2g1@ya­ or african­dru­mand­dan­ 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


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.Play­cen­ Ce­roc dance classes: Ev­ery Tues­day 8pm, Carter­ton School hall. Con­tac­tMandy 021 2384 230 or check out our Face­book group Ce­rocWairarapa for more info.

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