Celebrating 100 Years of St John in Waimate
Sep
14
to Sep 15

Celebrating 100 Years of St John in Waimate

The Order of St John has been around for centuries and this year Waimate St John is celebrating 100 years of St John in Waimate.

A display of St John memorabilia will be on display in the Waimate District Library from week beginning 26 August as well as shop front window displays in some of the businesses in town.

The weekend will be full of celebration for past and present members and the public.

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Matariki Festival
Jun
28
9:30 AM09:30

Matariki Festival

Most of the local schools and early childcare centers are performing through to midday at the Waimate High School Hall. Public are very welcome to attend this event.

After the Kapa Haka is finished all participants will have kai at Waimate Main School.

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Jun
22
to Jun 23

'A not so silent night' Mid Winter Dinner

The Glenavy community pool and PTA Fundraising committee invite you to a ‘not so silient night’ mid winter dinner Saturday 22nd June 2019 at the Glenavy Hall.

Tickets $50 from the Waimate Information Centre or Glenavy School Office and include a complimentary first drink and two course meal. 

Cash bar available, transport home and live band ‘Saggy Britches’.  An auction will also be held.

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Waimate Folk Festival
May
31
to Jun 3

Waimate Folk Festival

The Waimate Folk Music Festival (previously Whitestone Winter Folk Festival) is held every Queen’s Birthday Weekend (to include the first Monday in June) at Gunns Camp, Waimate, North Otago. Although small, the festival has been steadily growing in popularity since it began in 1994. Waimate Folk Festival is a great occasion for performers of all ages and skills, from the beginner to the seasoned professional.

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