Nominations Open
Aug
22
to 3 Oct

Nominations Open

Central Lakes Trust

ELECTIONS

Nominations are opening for the 2019 Central Lakes Trust Elections.

Closing - 12 noon, Thursday 3 October 2019

Every three years, the community elect who will represent us and serve on the Board of Central Lakes Trust.

If you think you have the skills to join our forward thinking team of trustees, and you would like to know more about what being a trustee involves, come along to one of our candidate evenings, 6 - 7pm.

CANDIDATE EVENINGS

Roxburgh: Tuesday 20 August 2019, Council Chambers, Roxburgh Service Centre
Wanaka: Monday 26 August, Edgewater Hotel, Wanaka
Arrowtown: Thursday 29 August, St John's Presbyterian Hall, Arrowtown
Alexandra: Wednesday 4 September, Alexandra Community House
Queenstown: Tuesday 10 September The Rees Hotel, Frankton Rd
Cromwell: Thursday 12 September, Central Lakes Trust Boardroom, 190 Waenga Dr

KEY DATES

  • Nominations open - Thursday 22 August 2019

  • Nominations close - 12 noon, Thursday 3 October 2019

  • Voting papers delivered - Thursday 31 October 2019

  • Voting closes - 12 noon Friday 22 November 2019

  • Prelim results - Approx. 4pm Friday 22 November 2019

  • Final result announced - Tuesday 26 November 2019

Download a Candidate Handbook and Nomination Form

Please RSVP to info@clt.net.nz or 0800 00 11 37

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THE KEYS ARE IN THE MARGARINE
Oct
2
7:30 PM19:30

THE KEYS ARE IN THE MARGARINE

Dementia and Alzheimers affects many New Zealand families. It’s a condition none of us can ignore. This play is created from interviews with people with direct experience of the disease: caregivers, family members, doctors, and support workers. Their stories communicate the effect dementia has on the lives of people living with the disease and everyone around them.

In performance, the actors re-enact those interviews. With the audio playing in their ears, they relay the original words, and how those words were spoken. Every vocal inflexion, intonation, and hesitation, as well as the physical gestures and facial expressions.

The Keys are in the Margarine interweaves hilarity with heartbreak to poignant effect, while providing deep insight into what it means to be human.

Profound and enlightening, The Keys are in the Margarine is a unique form of stagecraft. “Verbatim” or “documentary” theatre is real, mesmerising and truthful.

$25 Book: eventbrite.co.nz
($5 from each ticket will be donated to Alzheimers New Zealand)

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THE KEYS ARE IN THE MARGARINE
Oct
3
7:30 PM19:30

THE KEYS ARE IN THE MARGARINE

Dementia and Alzheimers affects many New Zealand families. It’s a condition none of us can ignore. This play is created from interviews with people with direct experience of the disease: caregivers, family members, doctors, and support workers. Their stories communicate the effect dementia has on the lives of people living with the disease and everyone around them.

In performance, the actors re-enact those interviews. With the audio playing in their ears, they relay the original words, and how those words were spoken. Every vocal inflexion, intonation, and hesitation, as well as the physical gestures and facial expressions.

The Keys are in the Margarine interweaves hilarity with heartbreak to poignant effect, while providing deep insight into what it means to be human.

Profound and enlightening, The Keys are in the Margarine is a unique form of stagecraft. “Verbatim” or “documentary” theatre is real, mesmerising and truthful.

$25.00 Book: Sailz, Lake Hawea;
OCD Cafe at Wanaka Medical Centre.
Door sales

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THE KEYS ARE IN THE MARGARINE
Oct
4
7:30 PM19:30

THE KEYS ARE IN THE MARGARINE

Dementia and Alzheimers affects many New Zealand families. It’s a condition none of us can ignore. This play is created from interviews with people with direct experience of the disease: caregivers, family members, doctors, and support workers. Their stories communicate the effect dementia has on the lives of people living with the disease and everyone around them.

In performance, the actors re-enact those interviews. With the audio playing in their ears, they relay the original words, and how those words were spoken. Every vocal inflexion, intonation, and hesitation, as well as the physical gestures and facial expressions.

The Keys are in the Margarine interweaves hilarity with heartbreak to poignant effect, while providing deep insight into what it means to be human.

Profound and enlightening, The Keys are in the Margarine is a unique form of stagecraft. “Verbatim” or “documentary” theatre is real, mesmerising and truthful.

Adults $25; SuperGold $20; Student/Child $5
Book: www.artscentral.co.nz and All Central Otago District iSites

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Glenorchy Funding Clinic
Oct
15
1:00 PM13:00

Glenorchy Funding Clinic

Looking for funding for a community project?

Not sure where to start and have a few questions?

If you are a Community Group or Not for Profit organisation in the Queenstown Lakes area looking for project funding this clinic is a must. Come and meet your local funders & discuss your project.

Glenorchy Town Hall
Tuesday 15th October
From 1.00pm to 3.00pm

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Voting Starts
Oct
31
to 22 Nov

Voting Starts

Central Lakes Trust

ELECTIONS

Voting starts for the 2019 Central Lakes Trust Elections.

Voting closes - 12 noon, Friday 22 November 2019

Every three years, the community elect who will represent us and serve on the Board of Central Lakes Trust.

Make sure to get your vote in

KEY DATES

  • Voting papers delivered - Thursday 31 October 2019

  • Voting closes - 12 noon Friday 22 November 2019

  • Prelim results - Approx. 4pm Friday 22 November 2019

  • Final result announced - Tuesday 26 November 2019

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Wanaka Funding Clinic
Nov
7
2:00 PM14:00

Wanaka Funding Clinic

  • Lake Wanaka Centre - Armstrong Room (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Looking for funding for a community project?

Not sure where to start and have a few questions?

If you are a Community Group or Not for Profit organisation in the Upper Clutha area looking for project funding this clinic is a must. Come and meet your local funders & discuss your project.

Armstrong Room
Lake Wanaka Centre
Thursday 7th November
From 2.00pm to 4.00pm

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Sep
12
6:00 PM18:00

Cromwell Candidate Evening

Central Lakes Trust

ELECTIONS

Nominations are opening for the 2019 Central Lakes Trust Elections.

Closing - 12 noon, Thursday 3 October 2019

Every three years, the community elect who will represent us and serve on the Board of Central Lakes Trust.

If you think you have the skills to join our forward thinking team of trustees, and you would like to know more about what being a trustee involves, come along to one of our candidate evenings, 6 - 7pm.
Cromwell: Thursday 12 September, Central Lakes Trust Boardroom, 190 Waenga Dr

KEY DATES

  • Nominations open - Thursday 22 August 2019

  • Nominations close - 12 noon, Thursday 3 October 2019

  • Voting papers delivered - Thursday 31 October 2019

  • Voting closes - 12 noon Friday 22 November 2019

  • Prelim results - Approx. 4pm Friday 22 November 2019

  • Final result announced - Tuesday 26 November 2019

Download a Candidate Handbook and Nomination Form

Please RSVP to info@clt.net.nz or 0800 00 11 37

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Cromwell Funding Clinic
Sep
11
2:30 PM14:30

Cromwell Funding Clinic

Looking for funding for a community project?

Not sure where to start and have a few questions?

If you are a Community Group or Not for Profit organisation in the Central Otago area looking for project funding this clinic is a must. Come and meet your local funders & discuss your project.

Central Lakes Trust Boardroom
Wednesday 11th September
From 2.30pm to 4.30pm

To register your interest email: info@clt.net.nz

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Sep
10
6:00 PM18:00

Queenstown Candidate Evening

  • The Rees Hotel (Ruma Wai Kahu conference room (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Central Lakes Trust

ELECTIONS

Nominations are opening for the 2019 Central Lakes Trust Elections.

Closing - 12 noon, Thursday 3 October 2019

Every three years, the community elect who will represent us and serve on the Board of Central Lakes Trust.

If you think you have the skills to join our forward thinking team of trustees, and you would like to know more about what being a trustee involves, come along to one of our candidate evenings, 6 - 7pm.
Queenstown: Tuesday 10 September The Rees Hotel, Frankton Rd

KEY DATES

  • Nominations open - Thursday 22 August 2019

  • Nominations close - 12 noon, Thursday 3 October 2019

  • Voting papers delivered - Thursday 31 October 2019

  • Voting closes - 12 noon Friday 22 November 2019

  • Prelim results - Approx. 4pm Friday 22 November 2019

  • Final result announced - Tuesday 26 November 2019

Download a Candidate Handbook and Nomination Form

Please RSVP to info@clt.net.nz or 0800 00 11 37

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THE KUGELS
Sep
7
7:00 PM19:00

THE KUGELS

Klezmer music with The Kugels – wild, spirited and haunting.

Three top musicians and a celebrated composer have joined together in their love of klezmer, the feisty 19th century folk music of the Jewish people.  Robin Perks, Debbie Rawson and Jacqueline Nordon, former members of the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, and composer/New Zealand Arts Laureate Ross Harris were a great hit when they toured with AOTNZ in 2016. Now they’re back again with music that makes you want to dance.

The programme features the original Klezmer compositions of accordionist/NZ Arts Laureate Ross Harris, interspersed with music from the traditional repertory – originally played at weddings and other celebrations in Eastern and Central Europe.
Featuring the highly expressive sound of violin, clarinet, accordion and bass, laced with the multi-talented reeds of Debbie Rawson on soprano sax, clarinet, bass clarinet and the Maui Xaphoon, The Kugels bring these exciting and evocative songs to the stage, together with an informative and engaging commentary.

“This amazing ensemble gave a concert of rare quality that would grace any of the top auditoria worldwide.” – Geraldine Community Arts Council News

“The band is tight, with Debbie Rawson and Robin Perks by turns plaintive and zesty on reeds and fiddle, while Harris’ compositional ingenuity…is staggering” – William Dart, NZ Herald

$30 Adult / $20 Student Book: www.festivalofcolour.co.nz

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THE KUGELS
Sep
6
7:30 PM19:30

THE KUGELS

Klezmer music with The Kugels – wild, spirited and haunting.

Three top musicians and a celebrated composer have joined together in their love of klezmer, the feisty 19th century folk music of the Jewish people.  Robin Perks, Debbie Rawson and Jacqueline Nordon, former members of the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, and composer/New Zealand Arts Laureate Ross Harris were a great hit when they toured with AOTNZ in 2016. Now they’re back again with music that makes you want to dance.

The programme features the original Klezmer compositions of accordionist/NZ Arts Laureate Ross Harris, interspersed with music from the traditional repertory – originally played at weddings and other celebrations in Eastern and Central Europe.
Featuring the highly expressive sound of violin, clarinet, accordion and bass, laced with the multi-talented reeds of Debbie Rawson on soprano sax, clarinet, bass clarinet and the Maui Xaphoon, The Kugels bring these exciting and evocative songs to the stage, together with an informative and engaging commentary.

“This amazing ensemble gave a concert of rare quality that would grace any of the top auditoria worldwide.” – Geraldine Community Arts Council News

“The band is tight, with Debbie Rawson and Robin Perks by turns plaintive and zesty on reeds and fiddle, while Harris’ compositional ingenuity…is staggering” – William Dart, NZ Herald

Adults $25; SuperGold $20; Student/Child $5
Book: All Central Otago iSites or www.artscentral.co.nz


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THE KUGELS
Sep
5
7:30 PM19:30

THE KUGELS

Klezmer music with The Kugels – wild, spirited and haunting.

Three top musicians and a celebrated composer have joined together in their love of klezmer, the feisty 19th century folk music of the Jewish people.  Robin Perks, Debbie Rawson and Jacqueline Nordon, former members of the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, and composer/New Zealand Arts Laureate Ross Harris were a great hit when they toured with AOTNZ in 2016. Now they’re back again with music that makes you want to dance.

The programme features the original Klezmer compositions of accordionist/NZ Arts Laureate Ross Harris, interspersed with music from the traditional repertory – originally played at weddings and other celebrations in Eastern and Central Europe.
Featuring the highly expressive sound of violin, clarinet, accordion and bass, laced with the multi-talented reeds of Debbie Rawson on soprano sax, clarinet, bass clarinet and the Maui Xaphoon, The Kugels bring these exciting and evocative songs to the stage, together with an informative and engaging commentary.

“This amazing ensemble gave a concert of rare quality that would grace any of the top auditoria worldwide.” – Geraldine Community Arts Council News

“The band is tight, with Debbie Rawson and Robin Perks by turns plaintive and zesty on reeds and fiddle, while Harris’ compositional ingenuity…is staggering” – William Dart, NZ Herald

$25 Adults, $20 Gold Card, $10 Children Book: Alexandra i-SITE, plus cash door sales


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THE KUGELS
Sep
4
7:00 PM19:00

THE KUGELS

Klezmer music with The Kugels – wild, spirited and haunting.

Three top musicians and a celebrated composer have joined together in their love of klezmer, the feisty 19th century folk music of the Jewish people.  Robin Perks, Debbie Rawson and Jacqueline Nordon, former members of the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, and composer/New Zealand Arts Laureate Ross Harris were a great hit when they toured with AOTNZ in 2016. Now they’re back again with music that makes you want to dance.

The programme features the original Klezmer compositions of accordionist/NZ Arts Laureate Ross Harris, interspersed with music from the traditional repertory – originally played at weddings and other celebrations in Eastern and Central Europe.
Featuring the highly expressive sound of violin, clarinet, accordion and bass, laced with the multi-talented reeds of Debbie Rawson on soprano sax, clarinet, bass clarinet and the Maui Xaphoon, The Kugels bring these exciting and evocative songs to the stage, together with an informative and engaging commentary.

“This amazing ensemble gave a concert of rare quality that would grace any of the top auditoria worldwide.” – Geraldine Community Arts Council News

“The band is tight, with Debbie Rawson and Robin Perks by turns plaintive and zesty on reeds and fiddle, while Harris’ compositional ingenuity…is staggering” – William Dart, NZ Herald

$20 Book: I-Site and door sales

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Sep
4
6:00 PM18:00

Alexandra Candidate Evening

Central Lakes Trust

ELECTIONS

Nominations are opening for the 2019 Central Lakes Trust Elections.

Closing - 12 noon, Thursday 3 October 2019

Every three years, the community elect who will represent us and serve on the Board of Central Lakes Trust.

If you think you have the skills to join our forward thinking team of trustees, and you would like to know more about what being a trustee involves, come along to one of our candidate evenings, 6 - 7pm.
Alexandra: Wednesday 4 September, Alexandra Community House

KEY DATES

  • Nominations open - Thursday 22 August 2019

  • Nominations close - 12 noon, Thursday 3 October 2019

  • Voting papers delivered - Thursday 31 October 2019

  • Voting closes - 12 noon Friday 22 November 2019

  • Prelim results - Approx. 4pm Friday 22 November 2019

  • Final result announced - Tuesday 26 November 2019

Download a Candidate Handbook and Nomination Form

Please RSVP to info@clt.net.nz or 0800 00 11 37

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Aug
29
6:00 PM18:00

Arrowtown Candidate Evening

  • St John Presbyterian Community Church Hall (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Central Lakes Trust

ELECTIONS

Nominations are opening for the 2019 Central Lakes Trust Elections.

Closing - 12 noon, Thursday 3 October 2019

Every three years, the community elect who will represent us and serve on the Board of Central Lakes Trust.

If you think you have the skills to join our forward thinking team of trustees, and you would like to know more about what being a trustee involves, come along to one of our candidate evenings, 6 - 7pm.
Arrowtown: Thursday 29 August, St John's Presbyterian Hall, Arrowtown

KEY DATES

  • Nominations open - Thursday 22 August 2019

  • Nominations close - 12 noon, Thursday 3 October 2019

  • Voting papers delivered - Thursday 31 October 2019

  • Voting closes - 12 noon Friday 22 November 2019

  • Prelim results - Approx. 4pm Friday 22 November 2019

  • Final result announced - Tuesday 26 November 2019

Download a Candidate Handbook and Nomination Form

Please RSVP to info@clt.net.nz or 0800 00 11 37

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Aug
26
6:00 PM18:00

Wanaka Candidate Evening

Central Lakes Trust

ELECTIONS

Nominations are opening for the 2019 Central Lakes Trust Elections.

Closing - 12 noon, Thursday 3 October 2019

Every three years, the community elect who will represent us and serve on the Board of Central Lakes Trust.

If you think you have the skills to join our forward thinking team of trustees, and you would like to know more about what being a trustee involves, come along to one of our candidate evenings, 6 - 7pm.


Wanaka: Monday 26 August, Edgewater Hotel, Wanaka

KEY DATES

  • Nominations open - Thursday 22 August 2019

  • Nominations close - 12 noon, Thursday 3 October 2019

  • Voting papers delivered - Thursday 31 October 2019

  • Voting closes - 12 noon Friday 22 November 2019

  • Prelim results - Approx. 4pm Friday 22 November 2019

  • Final result announced - Tuesday 26 November 2019

Download a Candidate Handbook and Nomination Form

Please RSVP to info@clt.net.nz or 0800 00 11 37

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Alexandra Funding Clinic
Aug
21
11:00 AM11:00

Alexandra Funding Clinic

  • Alexandra Community House - Room A (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Looking for funding for a community project?

Not sure where to start and have a few questions?

If you are a Community Group or Not for Profit organisation in the Central Otago area looking for project funding this clinic is a must. Come and meet your local funders & discuss your project.

Alexandra Community House Room A
Wednesday 21st August
From 11.00am to 1.00pm

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Aug
20
6:00 PM18:00

Teviot Valley Candidate Evening

  • Council Chambers, Roxburgh Service Centre (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Central Lakes Trust

ELECTIONS

Nominations are opening for the 2019 Central Lakes Trust Elections.

Closing - 12 noon, Thursday 3 October 2019

Every three years, the community elect who will represent us and serve on the Board of Central Lakes Trust.

If you think you have the skills to join our forward thinking team of trustees, and you would like to know more about what being a trustee involves, come along to our candidate evenings, 6 - 7pm.

Roxburgh: Tuesday 20 August 2019, Council Chambers, Roxburgh Service Centre

KEY DATES

  • Nominations open - Thursday 22 August 2019

  • Nominations close - 12 noon, Thursday 3 October 2019

  • Voting papers delivered - Thursday 31 October 2019

  • Voting closes - 12 noon Friday 22 November 2019

  • Prelim results - Approx. 4pm Friday 22 November 2019

  • Final result announced - Tuesday 26 November 2019

Download a Candidate Handbook and Nomination Form

Please RSVP to info@clt.net.nz or 0800 00 11 37

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Queenstown Funding Clinic
Aug
20
1:00 PM13:00

Queenstown Funding Clinic

Looking for funding for a community project?

Not sure where to start and have a few questions?

If you are a Community Group or Not for Profit organisation in the Queenstown Lakes area looking for project funding this clinic is a must. Come and meet your local funders & discuss your project.

Function Room, Queenstown Events Centre
Tuesday 20th August
From 1.00pm to 3.00pm

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Wanaka Funding Clinic
Aug
1
2:00 PM14:00

Wanaka Funding Clinic

Looking for funding for a community project?

Not sure where to start and have a few questions?

If you are a Community Group or Not for Profit organisation in the Upper Clutha area looking for project funding this clinic is a must. Come and meet your local funders & discuss your project.

Armstrong Room,
Lake Wanaka Centre
Thursday 1st August
From 2.00pm to 4.00pm

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LUMA Southern Light Project 2019
May
31
to 4 Jun

LUMA Southern Light Project 2019

Photo credit - Nick Odroft

Family friendly event and it’s FREE.

LUMA is an award-winning arts and culture festival based in Queenstown.

Lights on from 5.00pm until 10pm. Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

We use Queenstown’s unique alpine canvas, as a giant amphitheater for local, national and international talent to paint with light.

Join our Facebook page, follow us on Instagram.

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Arrowtown Funding Clinic
May
21
1:00 PM13:00

Arrowtown Funding Clinic

Looking for funding for a community project?

Not sure where to start and have a few questions?

If you are a Community Group or Not for Profit organisation in the Queenstown Lakes area looking for project funding this clinic is a must. Come and meet your local funders & discuss your project.

Arrowtown Community Centre
Suffolk Street
Tuesday 21st May
From 1.00pm to 3.00pm

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Arts On Tour - My Name is Moana
May
18
7:30 PM19:30

Arts On Tour - My Name is Moana

MY NAME IS MOANA

“Tremendous blend of beautiful harmonies, clever musicianship and strong political messages”
 Rakiura
“Thank you for caressing our consciousness and humanity with your music” Wellington

Moana Maniapoto (guitar) Trina Maniapoto (ukulele), Cadzow Cossar (guitar) and Paddy Free (keys)

$25 Book: Eventfinda

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Arts On Tour - My Name is Moana
May
17
7:30 PM19:30

Arts On Tour - My Name is Moana

MY NAME IS MOANA

“Tremendous blend of beautiful harmonies, clever musicianship and strong political messages”
 Rakiura
“Thank you for caressing our consciousness and humanity with your music” Wellington

Moana Maniapoto (guitar) Trina Maniapoto (ukulele), Cadzow Cossar (guitar) and Paddy Free (keys)

$25 Book: Sailz Café, OCD Café, Wanaka Medical Centre, (cash only)
Door sales (eftpos available)

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Arts On Tour - My Name is Moana
May
16
7:30 PM19:30

Arts On Tour - My Name is Moana

MY NAME IS MOANA

“Tremendous blend of beautiful harmonies, clever musicianship and strong political messages”
 Rakiura
“Thank you for caressing our consciousness and humanity with your music” Wellington

Moana Maniapoto (guitar) Trina Maniapoto (ukulele), Cadzow Cossar (guitar) and Paddy Free (keys)

$25 Adult, $20 SuperGold, Student/Child $5
Book: Cromwell i-Site

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Otago Community Hospice Central Otago Inaugural Dinner Club Fundraiser with Pioneer Energy
May
8
6:00 PM18:00

Otago Community Hospice Central Otago Inaugural Dinner Club Fundraiser with Pioneer Energy

Otago Community Hospice Central Otago Inaugural Dinner Club Fundraiser with Pioneer Energy

Featuring a three course meal, guest speaker Jim Hopkins and exclusive auction items including a lap in an Aston Martin Vulcan and a jet plane flight. The Dinner Club concept was triggered by Russell Garbutt, who was keen to volunteer for the Hospice in some capacity.

Tickets cost $125 each and can be purchased by emailing dinnerclub@pioneerenergy.co.nz or phoning 03 440 0022 or 0508 363 749

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Wanaka Funding Clinic
May
2
2:00 PM14:00

Wanaka Funding Clinic

Looking for funding for a community project?

Not sure where to start and have a few questions?

If you are a Community Group or Not for Profit organisation in the Upper Clutha area looking for project funding this clinic is a must. Come and meet your local funders & discuss your project.

Armstrong Room,
Lake Wanaka Centre
Thursday 2nd May
From 2.00pm to 4.00pm

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Disability Information Mobile Service
Apr
4
1:00 PM13:00

Disability Information Mobile Service

DIS Mobile service is coming to your area providing:

  • A unique guest speaker experience for community groups of all ages

  • Demonstration of and access to assistive equipment and daily living aids

  • Walking Stick and walker height safety checks

  • Assessments for Total Mobility half price taxi scheme

  • Up-to-date disability information advice and resources.

    Make a booking or check availability at:

    0800 693 342 I rochell@disabilityinfo.co.nz I www.disabilityinfo.co.nz

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Festival of Colour
Apr
1
to 8 Apr

Festival of Colour

We ‘brought the world to Wanaka’ in April 2017 with an outstanding programme of local, national and international arts, with 52 performances across 8 venues, more than 9,000 tickets sold, and 31 sold out shows.

Thanks to all of our performers, sponsors, patrons, benefactors, suppliers, staff, crew, volunteers and those that support us in a thousand small ways. And of course to our audience members and the wider community of Wanaka.

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Mockingbird
Mar
22
7:30 PM19:30

Mockingbird


Written and Performed by Lisa Brickell
Directors: Ruth Dudding and Giovanni Fusetti
Musician: Siri Embla

An original play about family secrets,
mental health, four generations of women 
and the unequivocal love they have 
for their children.

“Funny and moving, Mockingbird is a clever, sensitive exploration of mental health.”
-Sam Baran, Sambaranmedia, Sydney

“Brickell is wonderfully expressive with cheeky fluidity, and the show is as riveting as it is entertaining.”
Wai Reid & Jarred Tito, NZ Entertainment

“Wow, such an amazing show! 
… Very clever and funny…
… fantastic that you convey such
 emotion…”
Bronwyn Burtenshaw – Mother

Click HERE for tour dates.

Adults $25, SuperGold $20, Student/child $5
Book: Cromwell iSite

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Alexandra Funding Clinic
Mar
20
11:00 AM11:00

Alexandra Funding Clinic

  • Alexandra Community House - Room A (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Looking for funding for a community project?

Not sure where to start and have a few questions?

If you are a Community Group or Not for Profit organisation in the Central Otago area looking for project funding this clinic is a must. Come and meet your local funders & discuss your project.

Alexandra Community House Room A
Wednesday 20th March
From 11.00am to 1.00pm

To register your interest contact: Sue Stewart - 0800 10 12 40

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