What's On Southland & South Otago?

What's On Southland & South Otago?

What's On Southland & South Otago?

EVENTS AND COMMUNITY NOTICES:

 

SOUTHLAND: 

 

  • Have you ever wanted to give rowing a go?

    Waihopai Rowing Club is hosting an open day on Saturday 26 September from 9.00 am -11.00 am at its clubrooms, 97 Sandy Point Road, Otatara. Why not venture out to the Oreti River and see what’s involved.

    Contact details can be found on the Waihopai Rowing Club website and Facebook page.

 

  • The Multi Media Art Exhibition hosted by the Fiordland Arts Society is on at the Fiordland Community Events Centre, 20-22 Luxmore Dr, Te Anau this coming Labour Weekend.

    Open to everyone from 10 am to 5 pm daily Sat 24 and Sun 25, and 10 am to 3 pm Mon 26 October 2020.

    Featuring Visual displays of art by Steve Rumore, a metal artist from Wanaka, Robert Westaway innovative abstract painter from Timaru, and William Patino landscape photographer from Te Anau. Plus many other mixed media artists from Fiordland and wider Southland.

    There will also be Performing art 2-4 pm, Sat 24 Oct – including:

    • talk by guest artists

    • live music by various outstanding local groups and solo artists

    • beverages and finger food supplied “if” at Covid-19 level 1.

     

    Entry is simply a Gold coin donation, children free.

 

 

  • Eating disorders have the highest suicide rate of all mental illnesses. Recovered Living NZ Charitable Trust invites all those affected by this serious illness to hear Recovery Coach and Counsellor Kristie Amadio talk about the new model in treatment where full recovery is possible.

    US-based therapist Anna Kowalski will talk about the essential role support people play and give simple but vital tips parents, sibling and friends can use every day. Admission is free but booking is essential.

    Register at 
    www.recoveredlivingnz.com or phone Trudi on 027 324 5824. The event will be held at Kavanagh College auditorium, Rattray St, Dunedin on 22 September at 6 pm. COVID procedures will be in place for your safety

 

  •  RSA Mataura is proud to invite members, affiliated members and their invited guest to join them for Afternoon Indoor Bowls.

    This will be at the Mataura RSA Club Rooms, 1:30 pm every Thursday afternoon. Tea and Coffee available for a gold coin donation, and thats it! No other cost is needed!

    Phone Murray or Glenda Newton: 03 444 9618 for any further inquiries 

  • Hi there, we at the Gore Gymnastics Club currently have limited spaces available on Wednesday’s 3.30-4.30pm and 4.30-5.30pm and Friday’s 3.30-4.30pm. 
    If you have a child who is 5yrs and over who could be interested or you would like more information or your child is under 5yrs but you would like for them to go on our waiting list - email me at [email protected]

    Thanks, Adele on behalf on the Gore Gymnastics Club

 

  • The Monthly Hokonui Community Market is starting again this Saturday 11th July.

    Back Bigger and Better at St Andrews Church Hall,  Devon St, Gore from 10 am - 2 pm

 

  • Badminton has started again at the Gore High School Gym

    Tuesdays 6.30 pm $5 per person

    Find them on Facebook - Gore Badminton
  • The Gore Loss and Grief Centre drop-in service is back on Monday mornings 9 am-1 pm at the Southern Reap Building, Fairfield Street in Gore

    For more info on the Loss and Grief centre, visit their website: https://www.lossandgriefcentre.com/ 

 

  • East Gore Art Centre is having a fundraising party on Friday the 11th September at 7:30 pm at the Eastern Southland Gallery.

    The Auction Pool includes; lithographs from the Muka Collection, A stunning framed Robert Ellis lithograph and auction of Two Paddocks wine and special packages.

    Complimentary drinks and nibbles by Jude Taylor are also included in the $45pp ticket price. Tickets are available from the Gore Visitor Centre (former Salvation Army Building).
  •  The legendary From Scratch take you on a magical sonic journey with original DIY instruments creating rhythms and sounds and an unforgettable Pacifica message for eyes and ears of all ages featuring their stunning historic work ‘Pacific 3 – 2 – 1 – Zero’ a conch call to the fallout of nuclear testing and climate change on low lying Pacific islands.

    Details:

    Sunday 13 September 8:00 pm Gore
    St Andrews Church Hall
    $30 General Admission; $25 Gallery Members; $15 Students
    Book: Maruawai Centre, 7 Norfolk Street, Gore

    Monday 14 September 8:00 pm Stewart Island
    Stewart Island Community Centre
    $25 Book: Door sales

WEST OTAGO:

 

SOUTH OTAGO:

 

  • Are you passionate about Equestrian Show Classes & keen to volunteer in your community? The South Otago A&P Society is seeking an Assistant Equestrian Convener to help with preparations & assist on Show day with Equestrian Section.

    Our Show is always last Saturday of November & this year will be 28th November at Balclutha Showgrounds.

    Enquiries to our Society Secretary Heather Dudfield Tel: 4181693 or [email protected]

 

  • Eating disorders have the highest suicide rate of all mental illnesses. Recovered Living NZ Charitable Trust invites all those affected by this serious illness to hear Recovery Coach and Counsellor Kristie Amadio talk about the new model in treatment where full recovery is possible.

    US-based therapist Anna Kowalski will talk about the essential role support people play and give simple but vital tips parents, sibling and friends can use every day. Admission is free but booking is essential. 

    Register at www.recoveredlivingnz.com or phone Trudi on 027 324 5824. The event will be held at Kavanagh College auditorium, Rattray St, Dunedin on 22 September at 6 pm. COVID procedures will be in place for your safety

 

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