FAM­ILY & COM­MU­NITY

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Mod­ern Maori Quar­tet with An­nie Crum­mer: With the show band’s long-awaited de­but orig­i­nal al­bum, ‘That’s Us!’ re­leased on Septem­ber 15 Mod­ern Ma¯ori Quar­tet will head off on an ex­ten­sive 19 date na­tion­wide tour, trav­el­ling the high­ways and by­ways of New Zealand tak­ing their mu­sic to the peo­ple of Aotearoa. Join­ing them for te haerenga (the jour­ney) will be the beloved An­nie Crum­mer. Tickets $55 Feather­ston An­zac Hall, 62 Bell St. Thurs­day 28 Septem­ber 7pm Mr Emer­ald: A night of non-stop hu­mour, mu­sic and danc­ing. A wide va­ri­ety of popular mu­sic – some­thing for ev­ery­one. Mem­bers, af­fil­i­ated mem­bers and their guests wel­come. ClubWairarapa Fri­day 29 Septem­ber 7:30pm – 11:30pm Martinborough Mu­sic Fes­ti­val: The Martinborough Mu­sic Fes­ti­val team is ex­cited to an­nounce the in­au­gu­ral cham­ber mu­sic fes­ti­val in Martinborough to be held over three days on the last week­end in Septem­ber. Fea­tur­ing Michael Hous­toun. St An­drew’s Angli­can Church, 41 Dublin St, Martinborough, Wairarapa, Fri­day 29 Septem­ber to Sun­day Oc­to­ber 1. Old Time Dance: Pahiatua & Districts Scot­tish So­ci­ety Old Time Dance Satur­day 30th Septem­ber 7.30pm Ma­gatain­oka Hall. En­quires phone Ian 06 3767156. Goldies Dance: The Goldies are hold­ing their monthly old time dance this com­ing Fri­day (29th Sept) at the Se­nior Cit­i­zens Hall, Cole St. Start Time: 1.30pm. Ad­mis­sion: $2 plus a plate for af­ter­noon tea. Ev­ery­one wel­come. Come and en­joy an af­ter­noon of danc­ing to old time favourites in war­mand con­vivial sur­round­ings. The Sound of Mu­sic: One of the world’s best-loved mu­si­cals, The Sound of Mu­sic, will tour New Zealand this Septem­ber and Oc­to­ber. From the pro­ducer of the re­cent tour­ing stage shows Grease, HMS Pi­nafore, Menopause the Mu­si­cal and South Pa­cific, The Sound of Mu­sic will be per­formed in 20 cities through­out New Zealand. Carter­ton Events Cen­tre. Satur­day 30 Septem­ber 3pm and 7pm. Gen­eral Ad­mis­sion: $79.90 Garage sale: Gates opened at 9 am Satur­day 30 Septem­ber. Plenty of bar­gains to suit one and all. Also book stall, bak­ing stall and sausage siz­zle. Septem­ber 30, 9am-2pm, Car­ring­ton Bowl­ing and Cro­quet Club be­hind Carters Build­ing

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Sup­plies in Carter­ton. My Love of Na­ture: Ex­hi­bi­tion of Brian Innes paint­ings be­gan 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: The ex­hi­bi­tion will be on un­til Fri­day 6 Oc­to­ber. Wairarapa Women’s Expo: Wairarapa Women’s Expo will show­case some of the amaz­ing women in busi­ness within in re­gion and the great busi­nesses aimed at women. Come along a re­lax with a fa­cial or amakeover, get some acupunc­ture done, buy some­thing for your­self or your home or plan your next trip. $2 en­try fee. Grey­town Town Hall Sun­day 1 Oc­to­ber 10am – 4pm. Eat UpWairarapa - With Al Brown: Al is back with his big­gest and best book yet, re­vis­it­ing and up­dat­ing clas­sic New Zealand heart­land meals and bring­ing sto­ries from around New Zealand. Join us for a drink as Al chats about the new book, our amaz­ing lo­cal in­gre­di­ents, and his cook­ing ad­ven­tures. Make sure you get Al to sign your copy! Carter­ton Events Cen­tre Thurs­day 5 Oc­to­ber 7:30pm – 9:30pm En­try $20. 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

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