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 


All about Apples
(Monday 7th December 2015–Thursday 30th June 2016)

IT'S ALL ABOUT APPLES at the Motueka District Museum this summer.
Beginning December, the museum has a major exhibition covering the history, transportation, types and economic benefits to the district of APPLES. Before this exhibition closes in June, there will be activities for children and adults (practice your apple peeling skills
now!) Watch out for specific events in local advertising.

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Richmond Library: Tasman Talks Titles Book Group
(Wednesday 16th December 2015–Wednesday 21st December 2016)

Tasman Talks Titles is a chance for you to talk about what you have enjoyed reading and to hear about what other people have been reading.

You'll also get to see a selection of new titles which the library has purchased.

Tasman Talks Titles meets on the third Wednesday of the month at 3.00pm.

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Ron Valente's - Open Mic Thursdays
(Thursday 21st January–Friday 27th May 2016)

Ron Valente (of the Gypsy Pickers) hosts the Brigand Cafe Bar's popular open mic nights. Every Thursday from 9pm.
Always lots of fun, surprise musicians and dancing. No cover charge.

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Motueka Library: Babbling Books
(Thursday 4th February–Thursday 3rd November 2016)

Join Babbling Books book group at Motueka Library to talk about a book you have recently enjoyed and to hear some great recommendations.

Babbling Books meets on the first Thursday of every month at 1pm.

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Motueka Library: Babytime
(Friday 5th February–Friday 16th December 2016)

Babytime is a fun, social and interactive programme introducing literacy and a love of language to babies, as well as helping to develop the bond between parent and child.

Babytime is held at Motueka Library on Friday mornings during term time. It is a 30 minute programme of action rhymes, music and books suitable for children two years old and younger.

We do not limit session numbers but will try to accommodate as best we can.

We hope to see you there!

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Richmond Library: Tiny Tots
(Tuesday 9th February–Tuesday 13th December 2016)

A hands on session using songs, stories, rhymes and movement for children aged two years and younger with their caregivers.

An opportunity to have fun in the library, interact with your tot using rhymes, songs and movement and introduce them to the wonderful world of books.

Every Tuesday during school term time.

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Takaka Library: Tiny Tots
(Tuesday 9th February–Tuesday 20th December 2016)

A fun hands-on session for the under-twos.

Songs, movement, rhymes and stories for early learning.

Every Tuesday during term time.

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Richmond Library: Mystery Ink
(Thursday 18th February–Thursday 8th December 2016)

Mystery Ink is Richmond Library’s group for teens.

Catch up to talk books and movies and get the first pick of the newest titles. Snack and fun diversions included.

All welcome, ages 12-18.

Venue: Constance Barnicoat room, Richmond Library

A great opportunity to meet new people and have a bit of fun.

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Richmond Library: Alzheimers and Dementia Information Sessions
(Wednesday 24th February–Wednesday 28th December 2016)

Do you have questions about Alzheimers and dementia? Not sure where to go to get answers?

Alzheimers Nelson staff will be in the library on the fourth Wednesday of the month to help you find the information you need.

These are informal drop-in sessions. No booking required.

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Motueka Library: Teen Book Group
(Wednesday 2nd March–Wednesday 21st September 2016)

Motueka Teen Book group is for High School students in the Motueka area.

Our group meets twice a term to chat about books, what’s new and favourite reads.

Enjoy the first pick of new books, listen to guest speakers, and participate in fun activities.

Bring along a friend.

Snacks provided.

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Takaka Library: Cryptic Turkeys Book Club
(Friday 11th March–Friday 16th December 2016)

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 11 March.

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

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Takaka Library: Artist of the Month - Geoffrey Heath
(Wednesday 6th April–Tuesday 31st May 2016)

Visit Takaka Library to view art works by local artist Geoffrey Heath.

The Pohara Garden Series is a collection of vibrant, colourful interpretations of some lovely gardens close to Geoff's doorstep.

Some are in bright acrylics, and others are pen and wash in subtler tones.

For more information about Geoff, and to view his gorgeous art works, visit Takaka Library during normal library hours.

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Motueka, Richmond, Takaka Libraries: Opening Lines
(Monday 11th April–Friday 13th May 2016)

Choose your next book based only on the opening lines and win great instant prizes, thanks to kind sponsors all over the Tasman District.

Not only that, you get to rave about your books at our online book club Inside A Dog as well: https://insideadog.com.au/

For 12-18 year olds.

Visit your library to find out more!

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Motueka, Murchison, Richmond and Takaka Libraries: I Love My Library Because …
(Tuesday 12th April–Saturday 28th May 2016)

Hundreds of you visit us every week. You read, surf the internet, browse the shelves, chat with your friends, ask questions, find things out, become inspired. We can see that you love your library and now we want to know exactly why.

From April to the end of May there will be noticeboards in our libraries where you can tell us what you love about us. It might just be one thing or it might be many things.

All welcome, and all materials supplied. We can’t wait to hear what you have to say.

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Richmond Library: Job Finders Club
(Wednesday 13th April–Wednesday 21st December 2016)

Are you between jobs? Would coaching, computer skills or interview tips help? Drop-in between 11am-12pm to find out how we might help you.

The first two - three of months of Job Finders Club, our drop-in sessions will focus on finding out what our job seekers need and how we can help.

We’ll use this information to develop an ongoing programme of training and support. Individual coaching and advice will also be available at the weekly sessions.

Come along to Richmond Library to find out how we can help you find the job you're looking for!

Free.

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PANZ "Purely Pastel" National Art Awards and Convention
(Friday 15th April–Sunday 1st May 2016)

WHAT: 2016 PANZ "Purely Pastel" National Art Awards and Convention.
WHERE: Mapua Public Hall
WHEN: April 2016

Opening night - April 15th
Convention - April 16 and 17
Masterclass - April 18 and 19
Exhibition - April 16 to May1 incl.

This event is a combined National Art Awards and Exhibition, Convention, Masterclass workshop and coming together of all things related to using pastel as a painting medium, shared by like minded people and the exhibition enjoyed by all. It is held in a different part of the Country each year and Nelson has the honour of hosting it for 2016.

It will Focus on Fun, Friendship, the Fundamentals of learning (with a twist), and the Future of PANZ and pastel as a painting medium (which is growing).

The Masterclass workshop will feature Stan Sperlak, a Tutor from the USA whose workshops consistently sell out well before the actual date.

The Convention itself will feature some exciting presentations and demonstrations, hands on challenges and the chance to exchange tips and tricks with other like minded artists. Life long friends are made at these events.

The Exhibition is a showcase of NZ's pastel art.
Come along and be amazed. Open daily 9am to 4pm
www.pastelartists.co.nz

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Hatha Yoga Immersion
(Monday 25th April–Sunday 1st May 2016)

During this retreat we will explore both the modern approach to Hatha Yoga, whilst also being exposed to the historical elements of Hatha Yoga through the theory and guided practice of Shatkarmas (cleansing techniques). These practices restore your physical system and lighten the body and mind; leaving you feeling revitalized with a set of practices to take away and integrate into your daily life.

The retreat programme Includes:

• 2 Hatha yoga classes per day
• A personalized programme to take away with you
• Cleansing practices
• Group discussions
• Guided meditations
• Karma Yoga (action with meditative awareness)
• Daily Yoga Nidra (deep relaxation)
• Havan (fire Ceremony) & Chanting (healing sound vibration)

Start Time: 3.00pm Monday - arrival/registration
Finish Time: 11am Sunday

Payment is for 6 nights*
Early Bird Price - NZ$650 (payment due by 13 March 2016)
Standard Price - NZ$695
Camping Price - NZ$605

*Prices include shared accommodation, all meals and the full retreat programme. A discounted rate of $50 per night applies if staying the night immediately before or after the retreat.

For more information please email yoga@anahata-retreat.org.nz or call 03 5259887.

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Sport Tasman Give it a Go
(Wednesday 27th April–Wednesday 15th June 2016)

Sport Tasman's Give it a Go programme is suitable for those wanting to try something new, or wanting to get more active but aren't sure what to try.

Aimed at the over 40's, 60's, 80's and beyond. This programme really is for everyone. We provide a non judgemental social environment along with access to expertise. Every Wednesday we have something new. Cost ranges from $2-$5 per person which is collected an given to the provider for specialist instruction.

27 April 10am Golf Croquet
4 May 10am Pickleball
11 May 10am Indoor Bowls
18 May 11am Minigolf
25 May 10am Table Tennis
1 June 10am Social Walk
8 June 10am Darts
15 June 10am Badminton

Contact Wendy Bettjeman at Sport Tasman to register your interest. Phone 546 3309 or email wendy.bet@sporttasman.org.nz.

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Cruise Control Band at The Mapua Sprig and Fern
(Saturday 30th April 2016)

Be entertained and dance the night away to the beat and groove of Cruise Control, a 3-piece boogie and soft rock band. Hear the songs of Van Morrison, James Taylor, Neil Young, Eagles, Bruce Springsteen, America, Neil Diamond, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Credence Clearwater Revival and many other great artists from recent times.

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Paul Madsen Presents Queen, Eagles and Beegees
(Saturday 30th April 2016)

Paul Madsen Presents Queen, Eagles and Beegees
Saturday 30th April
Doors open 6pm, Show from 8pm. $25 for show.
Plus $35 for a two course buffet.
One of Ne Zealand's BEST performers hits The Playhouse stage with all your favorites. Booking encouraged as this will sell out!

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Digital Photography Workshop
(Sunday 1st May 2016)

Ron Weiss, creative digital photography tutor, will help you use the full potential of your digital camera.

You will also learn about Adobe Photoshop.

Bring your camera. This will be a practical hands on session.

Adobe Photoshop will be demonstrated on a big screen.

This free workshop will be a lot of fun and will entice you to be more daring and creative

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Last Steam Day for the Season
(Sunday 1st May 2016)

Visit Higgins Heritage Park at Wakefield and wander through the Rural Life and Transport Museums, Harry Holmwood Shed, Ray Win Collection of Jowett cars and speedway motorbikes, and the Steam shed. Have a ride on the jigger or in the trailer behind the traction engine and watch the sawmillers in action. The Army group Centre will be showing some action! Bring a picnic to enjoy in the park like grounds.

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Military Day WW2 themed event
(Sunday 1st May 2016)

WW2 themed event at the Higgins Park Steam Museum site at Wakefield, on Sunday 1st May 2016. Entry $5 for adults but free entry for children under aged 14. .Military related stalls, vehicles, rides and battle re-enactment activities 10am to 4pm. WW2 Firearm Blank firing and loud noises.

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Motueka Library: New Zealand Music Month - Motueka Youth Orchestra
(Monday 2nd May 2016)

May is New Zealand Music Month - a time to celebrate our music, our musicians, our heritage and our creative spirit.

Motueka Library is hosting several musical events.

The first will be the wonderful Motueka Youth Orchestra. Come and check them out this May and join us at Motueka Library in celebrating our local music!

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TSB Bank Nelson Festival of Golf
(Monday 2nd–Friday 6th May 2016)

This is the 3rd running of this very popular golf tournament here in the beautiful Nelson region. Players come from all over New Zealand to enjoy the friendly banter between old friends and meet new friends.
The main tournament will be played over three wonderful golf courses, namely, Nelson Golf Links, Motueka Golf Course and Greenacres Golf Club.
This year we have added an optional extra feature which is a round at Waahi Taakaro Golf Course in Nelson which will take place on the Wednesday.
The organisers go out of their way to make everyone feel welcome and they put on a great tournament which includes individual and team competitions.
Each day an early shotgun start means we're all back in the clubhouse at the same time after golf allowing the socialising to begin. Everyone can discuss their rounds, good or bad and make plans for another round tomorrow !
This year, TSB Bank have come on board as major sponsor and we are delighted to have them involved.
We also have our other sponsors which are, Nelson City Council, The Lion Foundation, Cobra Puma Golf, Shelley Carppe of Mike Perro Real Estate and Total Golf.The committee would like to thank them all for their valued support.

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Intro to Belly Dance Workshop
(Tuesday 3rd May 2016)

Want to learn the art of Middle Eastern Dance?
Want to try something new and have fun?
You will learn some Egyptian/Orientale style moves at this workshop with Yoga based postures to compliment the dance.
This workshop is for the absolute beginner or for dancers wanting to refine some of the basic moves.

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Motueka Library: Free Computer Classes
(Tuesday 3rd May–Tuesday 5th July 2016)

Trying to get connected and unravel those mysteries on your computer?

Need help finding jobs online and writing a CV?

Is Google a mystery to you? We can help you with our Google and the internet course.

Learn how to send an email, connect on Facebook or sell items on TradeMe.

Master transferring digital photos from your camera to a computer and find out about informative library databases online.

Now is the perfect time to build your confidence.

Be in quick to register for a free computer course at Motueka Library.

Check out our website's Featured Events page for course dates and details.

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Folk Night
(Thursday 5th May 2016)

A fun and friendly gathering of folk musicians. Join in or just listen.

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2nd LAST Games Night at Pottering About
(Friday 6th May 2016)

Our 2nd to last Games Night, so come and have some of the coolest and most unique games in town. Crackerjack have a huge selection of great games and now you can try some of them out. It's hosted at Pottering About who have plenty of tables and lots of room to spread out your games.
We also have our cafe open, so you can enjoy a hot chocolate, or try one of our famous American style Thickshakes :)

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The Evolving Woman
(Friday 6th–Sunday 8th May 2016)

We look into yogic practices with a focus on the health and well-being of a woman's unique body, mind and spirit. Find new levels of acceptance of your ‘self’, soothe the body, let go of the mind and honour your needs.

Retreat programme includes:

• Daily yoga classes focused on women’s specific needs
• Meditations for expanding the heart
• Deep relaxation and massage techniques
• Discussion on the needs, joys and challenges for women in modern society
• Fire ceremonies, songs, creativity and more…

Start Time: 9.30am Friday - arrival/registration
Finish Time: 11am Sunday

Payment is for 2 nights*
Early Bird Price - NZ$350 (full payment due by 25 March 2016)
Standard Price - NZ$395
Camping Price - NZ$305

Mother & Daughter; Sisters or Girl Friends Special - 15% off total price when two or more of you book together.

*Prices include shared accommodation, all meals and the full retreat programme. A discounted rate of $50 per night applies if staying the night immediately before or after the retreat.

For more information, a booking form and payment information please email yoga@anahata-retreat.org.nz or call 03 5259887.

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Cruise Control Band at The Mapua Sprig and Fern
(Saturday 7th May 2016)

Be entertained and dance the night away to the beat and groove of Cruise Control, a 3-piece boogie and soft rock band. Hear the songs of Van Morrison, James Taylor, Neil Young, Eagles, Bruce Springsteen, America, Neil Diamond, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Credence Clearwater Revival and many other great artists from recent times.

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Nelson Cake & Sugar Artists Demonstration and Workshop
(Saturday 7th May 2016)

Sugar Art demonstration and workshop with Helen Corder. Want to add a Wow factor to your cakes. Come and learn how to make eye catching sugar craft designs

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The Nelson Ark 21st Celebratory Day
(Saturday 7th May 2016)

Dog displays, tricks & agility. Best dressed dog & owner competition. Pony rides. Bouncy obstacle course & lolly scramble. Stalls & raffle. Sausage sizzle, ice creams & coffee cart. FRIENDLY DOGS WELCOME BUT MUST BE ON LEAD AT ALL TIMES & UNDER CONTROL PLEASE.

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Mothers Day 5km fun run / walk
(Sunday 8th May 2016)

Raising funds for the National Heart Foundation. Jennian Homes are a major sponsor of the Heart Foundation’s ‘Go Red for Women’ campaign, bringing attention to heart disease in women and raising vital funds for heart research and cardiac care.
Register online:- www.jennian.co.nz

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Explore Your 'Self' - Yogic Lifestyle Retreats
(Monday 9th–Sunday 15th May 2016)

This is an opportunity for self-discovery and development in a supportive environment surrounded by some of the most stunning nature NZ has to offer. No previous yoga experience necessary - everybody is welcome!

The programme includes:

• Hatha yoga classes
• Small group discussions
• Guided meditation
• Yoga Nidra (deep relaxation)
• Karma yoga (action with meditative awareness)
• Daily chanting
• Kirtan (singing mantras to music)
• Havan (ancient Vedic fire ceremony)

Anahata Trained teachers invite you to join us for this week long retreat.

Start Time: 3.00pm Monday - arrival/registration
Finish Time: 11am Sunday
Complimentary pick up: Monday 8th February 2pm Takaka I-site
Complimentary drop off: Sunday 14th February 11am back to Takaka I-site

Payment is for 6 nights*
Early Bird - NZ$550 (payment due by I January 2016)
Standard - NZ$595
Camping - NZ$525

*Prices include shared accommodation, all meals and the full retreat programme. A discounted rate of $50 per night applies if staying the night immediately before or after the retreat. Limited private room options are available, to find out more, please email us directly.

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Motueka Library: Law for Lunch - Know Your Rights
(Monday 9th May 2016)

Simon Jones from the Community Law Centre in Motueka is presenting a Law for Lunch session.

He'll be talking about consumer problems and how to deal with disputes with neighbours.

So bring along your questions and lunch, and be ready to find out more about these fascinating topics.

Free. No bookings required.

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Motueka Library: New Zealand Music Month - Roger Lusby
(Monday 9th May 2016)

May is New Zealand Music Month - a time to celebrate our music, our musicians, our heritage and our creative spirit.

Motueka Library is hosting several musical events.

Among them is Roger Lusby - balladeer, performance poet, folk singer/songwriter.

Come and check him out this May and join us at Motueka Library in celebrating our local music!

Free. No bookings required.

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Takaka Library: NZ Music Month - Mudwood
(Thursday 12th May 2016)

The talented musicians of Golden Bay will share their music and songs with afternoon concerts during NZ Music Month.

First, we have Mudwood. Amira and Jo will clear away the stresses of the week with natural harmonies and soothing rhythms. Enchanting guitar and harp, and warm earthy percussion blend with meaningful lyrics to produce a diversity of soundscapes.

All welcome to come and listen to our wonderful musicians.

Free. No bookings required.

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Death by Marriage: A James Blonde Murder Mystery
(Friday 13th–Saturday 14th May 2016)

Death by Marriage
A James Blonde Murder Mystery
Friday 13th and Saturday 14th May
Doors open 6pm, Show from 8pm. $15 for show
A party is being held to celebrate the wedding of top secret agent James Blonde and Amanda Hugginkiss, ex-secret service undercover agent. Come meet James and Amanda and a wide variety of guests, some of which include many of James former adversaries who, in the new spirit of reconciliation and friendship, have been invited to celebrate the big day.
With such an interesting mix of guests what could possible go wrong ?

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Motueka Library: New Zealand Music Month - Motueka High School
(Friday 13th–Friday 27th May 2016)

May is New Zealand Music Month - a time to celebrate our music, our musicians, our heritage and our creative spirit.

Motueka Library is hosting several musical events.

Among them is Motueka High School Music Students extraordinaire.

Come and check them out this May and join us at Motueka Library in celebrating our local music!

Free. No bookings required.

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Cruise Control Band at Club Waimea
(Saturday 14th May 2016)

Be entertained and dance the night away to the beat and groove of Cruise Control, a 3-piece boogie and soft rock band. Hear the songs of Van Morrison, James Taylor, Neil Young, Eagles, Bruce Springsteen, America, Neil Diamond, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Credence Clearwater Revival and many other great artists from recent times.

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Adam McGrath of The Eastern
(Sunday 15th May 2016)

Adam McGrath is a folk singer stationed wherever he lands. He travels the state highways and byways of New Zealand, Australia, Europe and parts beyond, slinging songs and offering up low rent barroom philosophy with his band of misfits and chancers, The Eastern. He hopes for the best, prepares for the worst and believes in the poetry of Smokey Robinson and the Miracles and the fury of word on the page. He lives alone, cooks infrequently and is scared of flags that blow to the right. He is happiest in front of a jukebox as the call for last drinks is given, because jukeboxes are getting harder to find, and the last drinks call means the lock in is ever closer. His songs have gathered a clutch of good reviews in NZ and overseas, he's been nominated for a couple of serious music awards (including the Apra Silver Scroll), Graham Reid from the NZ herald called him 'NZ's toughest minded songwriter’ and Barry Saunders from The Warratahs simply described him as “The Truth”.

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Argentine Tango in Mapua - FREE INTRODUCTORY CLASS
(Tuesday 17th May 2016)

Come along and try out the tango for free! See if it is for you and if you like it book in for the course which continues the following week.

It is said "If you can walk and hold someone in your arms, you can tango". Tango is a connected, sometimes passionate always challenging art form that some have likened to a walking meditation. It is a dance that everyone should experience once in their lives .. you never know you may get addicted! Come meet the teacher and give it a go on Tuesday 17th.

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Richmond Library: NZ Music Month - Sounds Contemporary
(Tuesday 17th May 2016)

Come to Richmond Library and help us celebrate New Zealand Music Month with NMIT’s Contemporary Music Course students.

The students will be performing a range of acoustic arrangements and showcasing what they’ve learnt on the course.

So, what are students learning in contemporary music these days? Come to Richmond Library and find out!

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Richmond Library: NZ Music Month - Waimea College Music Unplugged
(Thursday 19th May 2016)

Come to Richmond Library and help us celebrate New Zealand Music Month with Waimea College Music Unplugged – two acoustic guitar and singing duos from one of our local high schools.

Join us in listening to some of our local young people showcasing their musical talent.

Free, and no bookings required.

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Off The Cuff: Improvised Comedy
(Friday 20th May 2016)

Off The Cuff: Improvised Comedy
Friday 20th May
Doors open 6pm, Show from 8pm. $15 for show, $12 for Kids.
Best laugh in Town! These guys will be throw in the deep end and make you giggle.

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80's Dance Party
(Saturday 21st May 2016)

80's Dance Party
Saturday 21st May
Doors open 6pm, Damcing from 730pm. FREE TO ALL!
Like Marty McFly take trip back to 1985! Come and experience the audio and visual goodness of the 1980's and dance the night away!

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Richmond Library: NZ Music Month - Sing Out Loud
(Saturday 21st May 2016)

Come to Richmond Library to hear singers from local music school Sing Out Loud perform some popular hits.

Also performing will be Contempo, a new choir made up of passionate singers, who get together twice a month to rehearse pop and rock songs from the past few decades.

Come along to Richmond Library to hear these wonderful performances for free.

No bookings required and all welcome.

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Yoga, Sound and the Charkras
(Monday 23rd May–Wednesday 29th June 2016)

This retreat offers you the perfect opportunity to experience practices that direct the emotions, harmonize the body and balance the mind. With a focus on incorporating sound, music and vibration in our lives to relax you at a cellular level.

Nada yoga is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation through sound and tone. The word Nada is derived from the Sanskrit root nad, meaning ‘to flow’, “union through sound.”

The retreat programe Includes:

• Hatha yoga integrated with sound vibrations
• Group discussions
• Guided Sound and Chakra meditations
• Yoga Nidra (deep relaxation)
• Havan (fire Ceremony) & Chanting (healing sound vibration)

The retreat will culminate with an Akhanda Kirtan-5 hours of continuous mantra chanting joined by visiting musicians and local community.

Start Time: 3pm Monday - arrival/registration
Finish Time: 11am Sunday

Payment is for 6 nights*
Early Bird Price - NZ$550 (full payment due by Saturday 23rd April)
Standard Price - NZ$595
Camping Price - NZ$525

*Prices include shared accommodation, all meals and the full retreat programme.

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Motueka Library: Youth Week - Drop in Electronic Device Session
(Tuesday 24th May 2016)

Some keen senior students from Motueka High School’s digital class are ready to share their tech savvy skills with you.

This is a great opportunity to gain some new skills and some positive interactions between generations during Youth week.

Bring along your mobile phone, laptop, iPad or other electronic device and see if one of these keen teenagers can help you with something that has got you stumped.

Can’t send an email? How do I make my font bigger? Why can’t I get the internet? Do you have any queries for these students?

Come along with your questions about your electronic device and see if these clever teens can solve it for you.

Free. No bookings required.

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