Events in the Tasman/Nelson Region

This page contains a list of upcoming events in the Tasman/ Nelson region.

Featured Events 

These events have been organised or supported by Tasman District Council.

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To add an event, use the regional events website www.itson.co.nz. All events listed in the Tasman District on ItsOn will appear on this page.

Event Listings 


Brooklyn School Book and Country Fair
(Saturday 1st November 2014)

Brooklyn School's Book and Country Fair

Featuring thousands of used books from all your favourite authors -fiction, non-fiction, children's books and puzzles at great prices!!

Come choose from your favorite genre and support our Brooklyn School students and community.

We'll have engaging live entertainment, a world food stall with spicy chilli, authentic style sushi, and famous goat curry. Our Brooklyn Cafe will treat us with barista-made espresso coffees and classic Kiwi favourites. Join in the games, bouncy castles, pony rides and arts & crafts. Get a bargain at plants & produce, used clothes, and bric-a-brac, silent auctions and many other prizes. We've got treats too - candy floss, fudge, home-baking.

Complete family fun. Rain or Shine. $2 entry

Brooklyn School, Umukuri Road, Motueka
Saturday 1st November between 10am to 2pm

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DOC Open Day: Kaiteriteri Mountain Bike Park
(Saturday 1st November 2014)

Keen to try Mountain Biking or improve your riding? Join DOC at the Kaiteriteri Mountain Bike Park Open Day on Saturday the 1st of November from 12 noon.

Follow the park map and ride independently or join a group lead by an experienced rider, there are tracks for beginner, intermediate and advanced riders. Meet the park volunteers and track builders who can answer your questions on route suitability and difficulty or take the opportunity to have your bike checked over by a qualified bike mechanic.

If you would like to hire a mountain bike for the afternoon please call Coppins Cycles, Motueka 03 528 7296; Kimi Ora Eco Resort, Kaiteriteri 03 527 8027; or Helibike Nelson 027 682 6357.

To join a guided group call Sean Magee, DOC at 03 546 3141. Bookings available from 08 Oct. Bookings essential as places are limited. Gold coin donation.

If wet, postponement day is Saturday 8 November.

A CONSERVATION WEEK event brought to you by DOC

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Forest & Bird - Big Beach Cleanup at Rough Island
(Saturday 1st November 2014)

Take part in the Big Beach Cleanup day at Rough Island (or at Delaware bay - see separate notice)

Meet 9.30am on Ken Beck Drive by the Traverse, at the entrance to Rabbit island

Rubbish collection on the island. Rubbish bags provided

Please contact Gillian Pollock if you wish to attend and for further information.

Email: g.pollock@scorch.co.nz or phone 03 540 2748

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Motueka RDA Family Open Day
(Saturday 1st November 2014)

This is a fundraising and awareness event where everyone is welcome to come along and see our facilities including our Sensory Trail which is progressing nicely whilst enjoying a fun day out,with something for everyone .

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Tapawera BGAC Show
(Saturday 1st November 2014)

This year's theme is Explore Tapawera. Along with all the usual fun activities we will be showcasing the diverse and interesting things to see and do in the Tapawera area.

We have a huge amount of fun things planned such as teddy bear shearing, fancy dressed pets, goat milking demonstration, woodchoppers, classic cars, hot rods, circus bikes, trade & craft stalls, lots of children's entertainment including the famous helicopter lolly scramble and much much more.

Mark the date in your diaries and we look forward to seeing you there.

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Nelson Growables Garden Fair
(Sunday 2nd November 2014)

Garden Hosts will share their skills and knowledge, giving participants ideas of landscaping and plant choices for our own area and climate.You will meet like-minded fellow gardeners many of whom will also pass on their gardening experiences

The bus will depart Richmond depot at 9am. Four Richmond gardens will be visited during the morning. Morning tea will be available at one of these gardens. The bus will then take you to Stoneridge for lunch. The tour then continues to a large garden in Lower Moutere and ends back in Richmond at 3pm.

Some of the garden hosts may have plants for sale so bring some cash. Wear clothing suitable for the weather of the day including sturdy footware and sun protection. Cameras and notebooks are essential for recording ideas you may use.

*The Richmond Depot is 40 McGlashen Ave, Richmond. Car parking is not available in the depot. There is plenty of parking in the car park off Mcindoe Place just 100 metres from there.

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Ruby Coast Arts Open Studios
(Saturday 1st–Sunday 2nd November 2014)

Artists along the Ruby Coast fling open their studio doors for two days of art and creativity.

Visit artists in their private studio spaces - see how they work, ask questions and buy a piece of original art!

Make a day of it and enjoy the beautiful scenery and cafes along the coast

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Andre Vegas- Illusion Show at The Playhouse
(Tuesday 4th–Wednesday 5th November 2014)

November Tues 4th , Wed 5th :
Andre Vegas, New Zealand's best magician brings his spectacular and dark show to Nelson for 2 nights only.

As seen on New Zealand's got talent and resident magician at Rainbow's End, Andre promises some big illusions and great fun.

$25 or $20 for groups of 10 or more. Dinner from 6pm, Show from 8pm. (Selling fast!)

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Richmond Library: Learn Computer Basics
(Wednesday 5th November 2014)

Learn Computer Basics - Log on and password, using a mouse and keyboard, basic troubleshooting.

Stepping Up is a national digital literacy initiative developed by the 2020 Communications Trust.

The programme provides a number of modules of computer and internet training using standard software to build skills and confidence.

For information on how to register go to www.tasmanlibraries.govt.nz/about-us/events/featured-events/stepping-up-at-richmond-library/

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Folk Night
(Thursday 6th November 2014)

A fun and casual evening of folk music. Join in or just listen.

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Motueka Library: Babbling Books Book Group
(Thursday 13th February–Thursday 6th November 2014)

Join Babbling Books at Motueka Library to talk about the latest book you've read. Hear what others have been reading and get some great recommendations for your next great read.

Babbling Books' first meeting of the year is Thursday 13 February.
From March on, the group meets on the first Thursday of every month.

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Lawrence Arabia at the Ruby Coast Arts Festival
(Friday 7th November 2014)

As part of the Ruby Coast Arts Festival here is Lawrence Arabia...what? thats right the AMAZING Lawrence Arabia at The Playhouse...!!!

Honorary Bedouin and Under The Radar Present

Lawrence Arabia (and his band)
Live in New Zealand – October/November 2014

Lawrence Arabia and his band of rutting stags are back to tour the wondrous isles of Zeal, one year on from the commercial and critical juggernaut that was Lawrence Arabias New Zealand (Tour) of 2013.

Since last time round, Lawrence has been performing shows around Europe and working on a new album with Wellington producer Mike Fabulous. Some of these new pieces will get an airing on this upcoming tour, as well as the usual suspects, rarities, requests and exemplary cover versions of songs of dubious taste.

Sometimes the jokes work, other times they fall flat. Christchurch Press

Its going to be marvellous.

Presales from Under The Radar.

Thursday 23 October – Auckland Wine Cellar
Friday 24 October – Lyttelton Wunderbar
Saturday 25 October – Lyttelton Wunderbar
Sunday 26 October – Port Chalmers Chicks Hotel
Thursday 30 October – Napier Cabana
Friday 31 October – Whanganui Space Monster
Saturday 1 November – Leigh Sawmill Cafe
Thursday 6 November – Takaka Mussel Inn
Friday 7 November – Mapua Playhouse Theatre
Saturday 8 November – Wellington San Fran
Friday 14 November – Auckland Lucha Lounge

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Richmond Library: Learn Word 1
(Friday 7th November 2014)

Learn Word 1 (text formatting), entering, selecting and formatting text, creating and saving documents

Stepping Up is a national digital literacy initiative developed by the 2020 Communications Trust.

The programme provides a number of modules of computer and internet training using standard software to build skills and confidence.

For information on how to register go to www.tasmanlibraries.govt.nz/about-us/events/featured-events/stepping-up-at-richmond-library/

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V4 and Rotary South Island Champs
(Saturday 8th November 2014)

For the second year running the V4 and Rotary South Island Nationals comes to the Top of the South with a Drag Race meeting hosted by the Nelson Drag Race association at The Rock Motueka Dragway and a Show and Shine at Saxton's - details below

Drags

Saturday 8th November 2014
Motueka Dragstrip, Nelson
Gates open 8:30am - Racing finishes 5pm


Tickets at Gate $25 (no pass outs)


Kids 10 and under free

Show & Shine


Sunday 9th November 2014
Saxton Stadium, Nelson

Gates open 9am - Show finishes 5pm


Tickets at Gate $25 (no pass outs)


Kids 10 and under free

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Murchison's Country Market
(Sunday 9th November 2014)

Country Market at the historic Commercial Stables in Murchison. Buy locally produced goods and meet the friendly locals.
Fresh fruit and vegetables, hot food, free range eggs, locally made soap and herbal preparations, organic dry goods, beautiful handcrafts, plants and seedlings, bric a brac, local honey and local talents showcasing their musical skills. come to browse the stalls, sit in the sun and have a chat. Big car park and plenty of space for the kids to run. Every second Sunday at the Commercial Stables.

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Sport Tasman - Backyard games
(Sunday 9th November 2014)

Fun obstacle course for all the family to take part in.

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Take your kids tramping
(Sunday 9th November 2014)

Join DOC and Project Janszoon staff on a fun afternoon tramp through the Canaan area of the Abel Tasman National Park.

Listen for birds and discover the ongoing conservation work happening in this area to protect our native species.

Please ensure you have appropriate footwear and clothing for tramping in the outdoors, as well as sunscreen, water and snacks.

Meet at Harwood's Hole carpark at the end of Canaan Road (off the Takaka hill highway as per map below) at 1.45 pm.

Places are limited so please register with Rebecca before 5.00 pm on Friday 7 November.

Contacts
Rebecca: rmartin@doc.govt.nz
Greg: gnapp@doc.govt.nz

The event is weather dependent. Registered people will receive a confirmation email on the Friday beforehand.

A CONSERVATION WEEK EVENT

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Richmond Library: Learn Word 2
(Wednesday 12th November 2014)

Learn Word 2 for page layout, copy cut and paste, spelling and grammar, inserting Clipart.

Stepping Up is a national digital literacy initiative developed by the 2020 Communications Trust.

The programme provides a number of modules of computer and internet training using standard software to build skills and confidence.

For information on how to register go to www.tasmanlibraries.govt.nz/about-us/events/featured-events/stepping-up-at-richmond-library/

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The New Zealand Guitar Quartet
(Thursday 13th November 2014)

Thursday 13th November: The New Zealand Guitar Quartet, $20, Dinner from 6pm, Show at 8pm.

Presented by Arts on Tour NZ, The NZGQ aims to promote classical music through the highly accessible and enjoyable guitar quartet repertoire.

By providing an inexpensive opportunity to attend a concert by the NZGQ, the quartet will attract people who may not necessarily attend classical concerts on a regular basis.
Call 5402985 for more details and bookings.

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Richmond Library: Learn Computer Basics
(Friday 14th November 2014)

Learn Computer Basics - Log on and password, using a mouse and keyboard, basic troubleshooting.

Stepping Up is a national digital literacy initiative developed by the 2020 Communications Trust.

The programme provides a number of modules of computer and internet training using standard software to build skills and confidence.

For information on how to register go to www.tasmanlibraries.govt.nz/about-us/events/featured-events/stepping-up-at-richmond-library/

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Garden Trail in Richmond/Hope
(Saturday 15th November 2014)

Nine beautiful gardens to visit. Devonshire teas, refreshments and raffles. Stalls (pre-loved Christmas decorations, craft, plants and baking) in Church Hall, 27 Dorset Street. Church on the Hill open with wedding gowns and flowers on display. Mosaic light show at dusk at one of the gardens. This is a fund-raising event for a new parish community centre.

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Waka TeTasman
(Friday 14th–Saturday 15th November 2014)

This annual race really showcases our beautiful coastal paradise...paddlers travel from each end of the country to take part in this growing event.
Local teams & individuals will compete against the rest of New Zealand in a series of different length distances, each starting within Kaiteriteri Bay.
Friday afternoon, will see singles, doubles, rangitahi and novice paddlers competing until 7pm. Saturday open men's and women's teams will be battling it out in distances ranging from 1km sprint to 12km.
Spectators will be very welcome to join us in this exciting weekend!
Sponsors include Kaiteriteri Domain Board, Abel Tasman Aqua Taxis, Wakatu Incorporation and Waka Ama NZ

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Affordable Art Exhibition
(Saturday 8th–Sunday 16th November 2014)

Members from PANZ - Nelson are holding an Affordable Art Exhibition at Eyebright Country Store, where that allusive Xmas present will be waiting for you.
There is a great variety of art at reasonable prices, so come and feast your eyes and buy without damaging your pockets.
Members will be at your service to offer information on artists, what we are about as a group of artists and/or the use of pastel as a painting medium. They will also assist you with the purchase of your chosen painting. Eftpos will be available. Entry is free but a small donation would be appreciated.

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Sue Newitt - Form and Function Workshop
(Saturday 15th–Sunday 16th November 2014)

Explore wheel thrown techniques to create and understand the relationship between domestic and decorative forms in this two day workshop.

Price TBC
Please check our website for the latest information.

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Come and join the local pottery community!

Craft Potters in Hope is a spacious, well equipped studio. We run regular courses and specialised workshops as well as host the Otago Polytechnic Diploma in Ceramic Arts.

Members receive a 30% discount on all courses and workshops, as well as unlimited use and access of our fantastic facilities.

Come in on Wednesdays to meet our members.

CPN is supported by Tasman District Council.

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Richmond Library: Learn Computer Basics
(Wednesday 19th November 2014)

Learn Computer Basics - Log on and password, using a mouse and keyboard, basic troubleshooting.

Stepping Up is a national digital literacy initiative developed by the 2020 Communications Trust.

The programme provides a number of modules of computer and internet training using standard software to build skills and confidence.

For information on how to register go to www.tasmanlibraries.govt.nz/about-us/events/featured-events/stepping-up-at-richmond-library/

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Richmond and Motueka Libraries: Mockingjay Competition
(Wednesday 29th October–Wednesday 19th November 2014)

Just how good is your knowledge of Mockingjay - the third book in the heart-stopping Hunger Games trilogy?

Answer the competition questions and go in the draw to win one of a number of fabulous prizes.

This competition is open to teens aged 13-18.

Full details at your local library.

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A Fawlty Towrs Themed evening at The Playhouse
(Friday 21st November 2014)

November Fri 21st : Fawlty Towers Evening, Laugh a minute with Basil, Cybil and Manuel in this night a madness. Watch the hilarity unfold around you as the actors perform right on the restaurant floor. $20, (group discounts available) Dinner from 6pm, Show from 8pm.

Perfect for you Christmas Party...BOOK NOW OR YOU WILL MISS OUT!!!

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Richmond Library: Learn CV Creation - Employment 1
(Friday 21st November 2014)

Learn how to create a CV as part of the national Stepping Up programme.

Stepping Up is a national digital literacy initiative developed by the 2020 Communications Trust.

The programme provides a number of modules of computer and internet training using standard software to build skills and confidence.

For information on how to register go to www.tasmanlibraries.govt.nz/about-us/events/featured-events/stepping-up-at-richmond-library/

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Takaka Library: Cryptic Turkeys Book Club
(Friday 28th February–Friday 21st November 2014)

If you're into books and reading, living in Takaka and you're aged 9-12, this book club is for you.

Cryptic Turkeys Book Club meets on the third Friday of the month at Takaka Library.
Except for the first meeting of the year which is on 28 February.

Check in and hear what others have been reading and get a look at some of the latest new books.

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The Constant Sparrows
(Saturday 22nd November 2014)

Traditional Appalachian Old-time mountain music with Helena Faust and Steve McGlone.
Driving guitars, sparkling banjo and raw old-time vocals from The Constant Sparrows who take you back to the mountain roots of American music.

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100 days later
(Thursday 23rd October–Sunday 23rd November 2014)

An exhibition of Georgia Barber and Ana Aceves work for the 100 days project.

Georgia is showing her 100 lino cut carvings 100mm/100mm of her favorite things.

http://100daysproject.co.nz/project/2014/869

Ana Aceves is showing 100 statues or objects made with 100 grams of clay.

http://100daysproject.co.nz/project/2014/852

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Murchison's Country Market
(Sunday 23rd November 2014)

Country Market at the historic Commercial Stables in Murchison. Buy locally produced goods and meet the friendly locals.
Fresh fruit and vegetables, hot food, free range eggs, locally made soap and herbal preparations, organic dry goods, beautiful handcrafts, plants and seedlings, bric a brac, local honey and local talents showcasing their musical skills. come to browse the stalls, sit in the sun and have a chat. Big car park and plenty of space for the kids to run. Every second Sunday at the Commercial Stables.

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Nelson A & P Show
(Saturday 22nd–Sunday 23rd November 2014)

With so much to see and do you won't be bored. There is a Carnival, food court, entertainment by Madsen Promotions, Equestrian events, dog trials, market & trade stalls, shearing, wood chopping, animal nursery, judging of Sheep, Cows, Alpacas, & Poultry plus terrier racing on Sunday at 2pm.
There are also Photography, Wine and Beer, Handcraft, Horticulture and Baking exhibits by adults as well as children. Check out our web site.

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Sport Tasman - Estuary Bike Ride
(Sunday 23rd November 2014)

Event for all the family - You will need a bike. Spot prizes on the day

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Christmas at the Proms
(Monday 24th November 2014)

Both Christmas and the Last Night of the Proms are synonymous with some of the world’s best loved songs and more than their share of fun and frivolity.

We combine music from these two great festivals into a gala concert, full of famous Christmas carols and songs, flag waving classics like Jerusalem, Land of Hope and Glory and Rule Britannia, the Best of British Ballads, Gilbert and Sullivan, skits and jokes with even an appearance from Santa Claus and his little elves.

Music, madness, magic and mayhem makes for a marvellous way to celebrate the Christmas season.

Featuring
Susan Boland
John Cameron
Emma Sloman
Albert Sword
Bonaventure Allan-Moetaua
Accompanied by Ludwig Treviranus

Tickets cost $32 and include lunch after the show.

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Takaka Library: Silverfish Book Group
(Tuesday 25th February–Tuesday 25th November 2014)

Takaka Library's Silverfish is a book group for all people and all tastes.

We choose a theme, a genre or an author for the month. Or we swap favourite reads. The possibilities are endless.

You can be sure of lively discussion, interesting disagreements and lots of laughs.

You don't have to attend regularly. And if you just want to come along have a coffee and listen, that's fine.

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Richmond Library: Finding a job online Employment 2
(Wednesday 26th November 2014)

Learn how to find jobs online as part of the national Stepping Up programme.

Stepping Up is a national digital literacy initiative developed by the 2020 Communications Trust.

The programme provides a number of modules of computer and internet training using standard software to build skills and confidence.

For information on how to register go to www.tasmanlibraries.govt.nz/about-us/events/featured-events/stepping-up-at-richmond-library/

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Richmond Library: Learn Computer Basics
(Friday 28th November 2014)

Learn Computer Basics - Log on and password, using a mouse and keyboard, basic troubleshooting.

Stepping Up is a national digital literacy initiative developed by the 2020 Communications Trust.

The programme provides a number of modules of computer and internet training using standard software to build skills and confidence.

For information on how to register go to www.tasmanlibraries.govt.nz/about-us/events/featured-events/stepping-up-at-richmond-library/

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Startlight Parade
(Friday 28th November 2014)

An annual event of fun, floats and Father Christmas!
Bring the family, and watch street performers, floats and marching bands Streaming down Motueka High Street.
Come early, enjoy a drink or a bite at one of the many street side cafes and food carts.
The winning float will be featured at the Motueka A&P Show December 12-14 December - another annual event in Motueka that is growing every year!

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Dinner Theatre Finale
(Friday 28th–Saturday 29th November 2014)

We have some very special Dinner Theatre nights at the end of November. This is Hugh Neil’s farewell and will incorporate the variety of Dinner Theatre themes that he has performed over the years including, Murder Mystery, Rocky Horror, Faulty Turrets and so on. A rumour is circulating that the Queen may turn up on the night! Follow the link for all the details http://www.themudcastle.co.nz/ Bookings are already happening. If you wanted a separate night for a stand- alone booking we need to have a minimum of 50 people.
This is going to be a truly fun night and fancy dress is totally encouraged.....Brad & Janet? or a detective trying to deduce who is who!! look out!!

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Murder Mystery Weekend
(Saturday 29th–Sunday 30th November 2014)

It's often been said that TopHouse would be an ideal place for a Murder Mystery. Now's your chance.

Murder Mystery Weekend featuring Alison Gross Productions and special guest stars......... this event and themed dinner will have you at wits end.
The event will take place at TopHouse starting at 4pm with an icebreaker activity and drinks. Your themed dinner will be made all the more merry by the antics of our actor guests and yourselves whilst trying to solve the clues to the murder. Come dressed up in style ( early 1920's) and be prepared for a laugh. Though the mystery will be unravelled late that evening we suggest you stay the night.

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Yoga Wisdom Series - November
(Monday 3rd–Sunday 30th November 2014)

Yoga gives us practical tools to help us deal with the challenges of life, the mind, the body and the emotions. Explore four of the central themes of Yoga in-depth in each of these week-long retreats.

During the month of November we are celebrating with Yoga Wisdom Month - a special theme for each week. Explore the deep wisdom of the ancient science of yoga.

Come for 1 week or stay for all 4 weeks!

Week 1: Purification November 3rd - 9th - Experience a deep clean of both the internal and external environment.

Week 2: Exploring Emotions November 10th - 16th - Do you run your emotions or do your emotions run you?

Week 3: Yogic Psychology November 17th - 23rd - Manage and transform personality and relationships by directing your energy.

Week 4: Mindfulness November 24th - 30th - Standing tall in the Now will allow you to begin clearing out the chaos, moving towards peace and harmony.

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LANDSCAPE: 'The Real, the Metaphor and the Ideal
(Sunday 26th October–Friday 5th December 2014)

A survey show combining recent and past photographic works by Murray Hedwig. Limited edition archival prints.

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The Upton Abby Murder Mystery
(Thursday 27th November–Friday 5th December 2014)

November Thurs 27th, Fri 28th, Sat 29th,
Dec Wed 3rd, Thurs 4th, Fri 5th : The Upton Abby Murder Mystery.

Who did it? That's the question in this laugh a minute Comedy parody of the BBC hit show Downton Abby. Great for the whole family, work group or social club.

2 45min acts...come and have dinner and a show...yum fun.

$20 for show, (group discounts available) Dinner from 6pm, Show from 8pm.

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Motueka Library: E-readers for Beginners
(Tuesday 11th November–Saturday 6th December 2014)

Do you have a tablet or e-reader and want to know how to borrow the library's e-books?

Phone us at Motueka Library and make an appointment to get you started.

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Takaka Library: Mockingjay Competition
(Thursday 6th November–Saturday 6th December 2014)

Just how good is your knowledge of Mockingjay - the third book in the heart-stopping Hunger Games trilogy?

Find out by entering our Mockingjay competition.

All you have to do is answer some questions and you're in the draw to win one of a fabulous array of prizes.

The competition is open to teens aged 13-18.

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Takaka Library: Saturday Storytime
(Saturday 1st March–Saturday 6th December 2014)

Head into Takaka Library on the first Saturday of the month and be entertained and enthralled by some great storytellers.

For 3-8 year olds and the young at heart.

Takaka Library's storytime runs during school term times only.

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Takaka Library – Tiny Tots
(Tuesday 14th October–Tuesday 16th December 2014)

Takaka Library presents this fun, hands on session for children two years and younger. Bring the little ones along to enjoy songs, movement, rhyme and stories for early learning in the warmth of the library. All welcome.

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Richmond Library: Tasman Talks Titles
(Wednesday 19th February–Wednesday 17th December 2014)

Do you enjoy reading and talking about books?

Richmond Library's book group, Tasman Talks Titles, meets on the third Wednesday of the month.

You don't have to attend regularly and you're welcome to come and listen even if you don't have a book you want to talk about.

So if meeting and talking with other readers sounds like you, come along to our next meeting for a cuppa and a chat.

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Richmond Park Market
(Sunday 14th September 2014–Sunday 26th April 2015)

The Market will be on every Sunday at the Richmond Show grounds unless there is a conflicting event on or it is wet. It is a great place to stop by for morning tea or lunch as there is some excellent food stalls. Also there is Craft, Local Produce, Art, Plants and some small goods available.

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