Wairarapa News - - WHAT’S ON -

Mas­sive garage and clear­ing sale: Wainuioru School and com­mu­nity as­so­ci­a­tion fundraiser presents the big­gest garage sale you have ever seen. Dona­tions from 50 house­holds. Come down to Master­ton Show­grounds this Satur­day from 9am. Pre­sale event from 5-6pm on Fri­day has a $5 en­try. Ce­roc dance classes: Ev­ery Tues­day 8pm, Carter­ton School hall. Con­tact Mandy 021 2384 230 or check out our Face­book group Ce­roc Wairarapa for more info. Fam­ily His­tory Re­search Rooms: (Ge­neal­ogy) next toWairarapa Archive, Queen Street, Master­ton – Re­search as­sis­tance avail­able. Open Tues­days and Thurs­days from 1-4 pm, and Satur­days 10 am – 4 pm. Guest speak­ers on spe­cialised sub­jects 3rd Sun­day of each month at 1.30 pm – the speaker this month is Sue Dins­dale and the topic is De­ci­pher­ing OldWills and Doc­u­ments. (small door charge for non-mem­bers). Carter­ton Dis­trict His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety: 44 Broad­way, Carter­ton. Archive and Re­source Room open ev­ery Tues­day 2pm-4pm, or open by ap­point­ment. Con­tact: Diane 06 379 7150 or Chris 027 271 6280 Dance club: Carter­ton Club, 35 Broad­way, Carter­ton, ev­ery se­cond Fri­day; 7.30pm. Wairarapa Dance Club, con­tact: Liz 3795108. Carter­ton farm­ers­mar­ket: Me­mo­rial Square, Carter­ton ev­ery Sun­day 9am-12pm. You’ll find fresh pro­duce, wine, olive oil, art, and award win­ning ar­ti­san foods and wares­made right here in the Wairarapa. Se­niorNet: pro­vides peo­ple aged 50+ to learn about new com­mu­ni­ca­tion and in­for­ma­tion tech­nol­ogy in a friendly sup­port­ive peer to peer en­vi­ron­ment. Meet at De­part­men­tal Build­ings, 33 Chapel Street, Master­ton tel. 06 370 8803

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