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Cal­lum Gentle­man Trio: onWed Oct 11th at 31 Manuka St Lans­downe for a ticket price of $10 starts at 7.30 pm. Sup­per pro­vided. He’s played in Master­ton at King St live and at The Tin Hut on re­cent tours. Itchycoo Park: Welling­ton’s top clas­sic rock and blues band. Ev­ery­one wel­come. ClubWairarapa, Master­ton. Fri­day 13 October 7:30pm to 11:30pm HemiWalker: Din­ner, Dessert and Live Mu­sic Night at Ten O’Clock Cookie Bak­ery Cafe, Master­ton, HemiWalker is a tal­ented and unique mu­si­cian who sings a mix­ture of cov­ers and his own writ­ten mu­sic. Hemi has trained for two years to gain a Di­ploma in con­tem­po­rary mu­sic and is now shar­ing his pas­sion for mu­sic with chil­dren as a lo­cal mu­sic teacher. Satur­day 14 October 6pm to 8pm Vishte`n: French Cana­dian pow­er­house trio Vishte`n are mak­ing their first visit to New Zealand, bring­ing their up­beat in­fu­sion of tra­di­tional songs, built on a bedrock of driv­ing foot per­cus­sion, fid­dle, pi­ano, step dance, and ac­cor­dion. St An­drew’s Angli­can Church, Mart­in­bor­ough. Fri­day 13 October 7pm – 8:30pm. Part of Koko­mai Creative Festival Va­lerie: Na­ture ver­sus nur­ture. Va­lerie us­es­mu­sic, ge­net­ics, and sto­ry­telling to un­ravel cre­ator Robin Kelly’s fam­ily his­tory of men­tal health. Carter­ton Events Cen­tre, Fri­day 13 October 6:30pm – 7:35pm. Part of Koko­mai Creative Festival One Night Only: Meet Aotearoan drag le­gends Bertha the Beast, Buck­wheat and Tess Tickle. These three larger than life char­ac­ters give you a rare look at their story of Auck­land drag as they know it. Carter­ton Events Cen­tre, Fri­day 13 October 9pm to 10:55pm Part of Koko­mai Creative Festival 2017 De­clan O’Rourke: De­clan O’Rourke is a crit­i­cally ac­claimed Ir­ish singer song­writer who has worked and per­formed with many of the world’s top artists. St Lukes Angli­can Church, Grey­town. Satur­day 14 October 2017 2pm to 3pm. Part of Koko­mai Creative Festival Miles Calder and the Ru­mours: Miles Calder, a singer-song­writer from New Zealand with an ex­pres­sive voice and raw heart­felt songs. St An­drew’s Angli­can Church, Mart­in­bor­ough. Satur­day 14 October 4pm – 5:50pm. Part of Koko­mai Creative Festival Legacy of Dance - NZ School of Dance: The New Zealand School of Dance re­turns to Koko­mai Creative Festival with a pro­gram of works by some of the most in­no­va­tive chore­og­ra­phers work­ing in the 20th and 21st cen­turies. Satur­day 14 October 5pm to 6:30pm at Carter­ton Events Cen­tre. Part of Koko­mai Creative Festival NZ Trio: Ex­ot­ica and Ta­pas. De­scribed as a ‘na­tional trea­sure’ and ‘New Zealand’smost in­dis­pens­able en­sem­ble’, they are at Feather­ston An­zac Hall, Satur­day 14 October 6pm to 8pm Part of Koko­mai Creative Festival The Ballad of Back­bone Joe: A hi­lar­i­ously daft and grue­some tale of amur­der, set in a small coun­try town, cooked up the way only The Suit­case Royale lads can. Tinui Memo­rial Hall. Satur­day 14 October 7:30pm to 8:55pm Part of Koko­mai Creative Festival Sup­port­ing fam­i­liesWairarapa open day: En­joy a fun-filled morn­ing with a hangi fundraiser pro­vid­ing food plus a garage sale, sausage siz­zle, mu­sic, sto­ry­telling and a raf­fle. Satur­day October 14 from 9am to 1pm at 323 Queen St (op­po­site Tranzit) Master­ton Sav­age Club: The Master­ton Sav­age Club Presents it’s fi­nal Va­ri­ety Con­cert for the year. On Satur­day the 14th October start­ing at 4.30 p.m. At the Sav­age Cub rooms. 10 Al­bert Street. Sk­its, songs, po­ems, mu­si­cal items and more. $10.00 en­trance fee in­cludes show fol­lowed by re­fresh­ments. Begin­ner­sWood­turn­ing Course: Wairarapa Wood­work­ers Guild are run­ning an 8 week be­gin­ners wood­turn­ing course start­ing 7 Oct. $10 per ses­sion to cover con­sum­ables. For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion email se_ ed­wards@xtra.co.nz or call 3799198. Lim­ited spa­ces. Carter­ton Men’s Shed, Ch­ester Road, Clare­ville, Carter­ton

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