Wairarapa News - - OUT & ABOUT -

Just N Time: Live­mu­sic for your Fri­day night. Mem­bers, Af­fil­i­ated Mem­bers and their guests wel­come. ClubWairarapa, Fri­day Novem­ber 10 from 7:30pm un­til 11:30pm Grafia Folk Rock Re­vue : Grafia is a group of mu­si­cians who in­clude graphic artists, photography/video mak­ers and work col­lec­tively re­sult­ing in the band cre­at­ing songs and putting on shows with stage light­ing, back­ground im­agery and a sense of the ‘live’’ per­for­mance. The Lake House Cafe, Queen El­iz­a­beth Park, Dixon St, Master­ton. Sun­day Novem­ber 12 from 12:30pm un­til 3:30pm Crack­ing Up: More side-split­ting thanWin­ston, shakier than a coali­tion deal, with more gags than Guan­tanamo and truthier than a Trumptweet, this ground-break­ing com­edy sketch show asks the ques­tion ‘‘What the ?’’ and then for­gets to an­swer it. Off The Scale is a loose col­lec­tion of even looser crack­pots who got to­gether to make each other laugh by writ­ing and im­pro­vis­ing funny stuff in their spare time. It quickly be­came ev­i­dent that they were either se­ri­ously funny or se­ri­ously delu­sional and so they made plans to foist their delu­sions upon oth­ers. Doors open 7pm - snacks and drinks avail­able; show starts 8pm. Har­lequin The­atre, 152 Dixon St, Master­ton. Thurs­day Novem­ber 9 and Satur­day 11 Novem­ber 7pm un­til 9:30pm Gen­eral Ad­mis­sion: $21.50 Footrot Flats - The Mu­si­cal: Writ­ten by Roger Hall with mu­sic by Philip Nor­man and song lyrics by A K Grant, the mu­si­cal is based on the pop­u­lar and orig­i­nal char­ac­ters cre­ated by Mur­ray Ball. Ma­jes­tic The­atre and Gai­ety Hall, 137 Ngau­mutawa Road, Master­ton, Wairarapa Thurs­day Novem­ber 16 from 7:30pm un­til 10pm Wairarapa Gar­den Tour: This two­day event will be held on the Satur­day 11th and Sun­day 12th of Novem­ber. It is a self-drive event and your ticket is valid for both days. For the sev­enth year, we will be show­cas­ing a va­ri­ety of beau­ti­ful Wairarapa gar­dens from Clare­ville through to Eke­tahuna - most of which are not nor­mally open to the pub­lic. Gar­dens range from grand well-es­tab­lished gar­dens and farm gar­dens to es­tab­lished ‘town’ gar­dens. NorthWairarapa, State High­way 2, Master­ton, Satur­day 11 Novem­ber 9:30am un­til 4:00pm Rathkeale Christ­mas Fete:


Chil­dren’s en­ter­tain­ment, gourmet food, qual­ity gift­ware, toys, cakes, clothes, bou­tique shop­ping, Christ­mas gro­ceries, bush walks and much more. Fun for the whole fam­ily. Satur­day 11th Novem­ber at Rathkeale Col­lege - gold coin en­try. Mind Body and Spirit Fair: We will have medi­ums, read­ers, heal­ers, holis­tic, arts and crafts stalls, danc­ing, food and fun. Awaken your Soul on all lev­els. Mind, body and spirit. As we get closer to the date. I’ll con­firmthe amaz­ing peo­ple who are join­ing us. Come and join us for a Soul Awak­en­ing Day. YMCA Master­ton, 371 Queen St, Master­ton. Satur­day Novem­ber 11 from 10:00am un­til 3:00pm ShowMe Shorts Film Fes­ti­val: ShowMe Shorts Film Fes­ti­val is New Zealand’s lead­ing in­ter­na­tional short film fes­ti­val. The re­gional tour­ing pro­gramme, ‘The Sam­pler’, is a great way to sam­ple what ShowMe Shorts is all about. The screen­ing in­cludes eight of the top short films from Aotearoa and across the world. These are some of the most ac­ces­si­ble, heart-warm­ing, vi­brant and fun short films. The Cir­cus Cin­ema, Bar and Cafe, 34 Jel­li­coe St, Mart­in­bor­ough on Satur­day Novem­ber 11 at 6:30pm un­til 8pm (part of ShowMe Shorts Film Fes­ti­val 2017) Psy­chic day: Satur­day 11 Novem­ber get 8 Psy­chic’s Read­ings from $20. Crystal Con­nec­tions sale 10.30am - 4.30pm free en­try Master­ton Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, 41 Perry St. www.kathym­cbridepsy­chic.com Eat 2 beat: Wairarapa com­mu­nity cen­tre are putting on demon­stra­tions and talks about how to eat healthy on a bud­get. The work­shop will be over three Satur­days from Novem­ber 18 at the cen­tre at 41 Perry St from the mid­dle of Novem­ber un­til the be­gin­ning of De­cem­ber. It is $40 per per­son for the three days. En­quiries con­tact 06 377 1022

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