Enquiries to Steve 027 490 7861.
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.
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.
This is a one woman high impact stage performance by British creative, Zoe Philpott that tells the story of Ada Lovelace who wrote the worlds first complex computer program in 1843 and was then written out of history.
This performance compliments (and is for those who have attended) the workshop held prior at Waimate High School for 8 - 18 year old girls.
Book your one-on-one 15 minutes with Tracey by phoning 689 0071.
6.20am - Hakataramea Dawn Service at Hakataramea Cenotaph, Hakataramea Township.
7.00am - Waimate Dawn Service at Victoria Park Memorial Gates.
8.45am - St Andrews Service at St Andrews War Memorial.
10.00am - Waimate Civic Service at Waimate Event Centre.
1.30pm - Ted’s Bottle Service at Waihao Forks Hotel, Waihao Forks.