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Saturday, June 24, 2017

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What’s On

 

Wednesday 21 June

Give Squash a Go

Try squash for free at the Taneatua Squash Club 4-6pm as part of Sport BOP’s Play in the Bay Challenge. A great way to have fun, get fit & meet new friends.

Travelling to Once in a Lifetime Destinations – Info Evening

Hear travel stories from our well seasoned special guest. At Helloworld Whakatane, Esplanade Mall 5.30pm. RSVP by June 19 to 307 0122 or whakatane@helloworld.co.nz

Friday 23 June

Kiwi Night Walks

Every Friday during June at Ohope Scenic Reserve 7-9pm. Numbers are limited – no more than 20 people per walk to bookings are essential. www.whakatanekiwi.org.nz or Erica 07 312 4536

Sunday 25 June

1XX Mid-Winter Swim

With New World Whakatane. At Whakatane Surf Club midday – registrations from 11am. Prizes for best dressed, including spot prizes. All for a gold coin entry.

Whakatane Sunday Market

At Rex Morpeth Park, Whakatane 8am – 1pm. Fresh & local produce. Coffee & kai, crepes, sausage sizzle, specialty foods, second hand books & treasures. Ph Carol 07 304 8380

Wednesday 28 June

Give Squash a Go

Try squash for free at the Taneatua Squash Club 4-6pm as part of Sport BOP’s Play in the Bay Challenge. A great way to have fun, get fit & meet new friends.

Friday 30 June

Kiwi Night Walks

Every Friday during June at Ohope Scenic Reserve 7-9pm. Numbers are limited – no more than 20 people per walk to bookings are essential. www.whakatanekiwi.org.nz or Erica 07 312 4536

Saturday 1 July

Ohope Market

A large regional market with a wide range of local arts, crafts, gifts, delicious artisan foods, plants & produce. Held 1st Saturday of every month, and every 3rd Saturday over the summer, as well as special dates. 07 312 3339 for stall information.

Sunday 2 July

Ohope Lions Bumper Garage

First Sunday of every month at Harbour Road, Ohope 9am – 12pm. Mens shed with larger furniture & tools. Ladies shed with crockery, books, linen & gifts, sports items. Sausage sizzle & drinks available.

River Edge Park Miniature Railway Running Day

Take a ride around the park on a miniature train. Located next to the playground & skate park it makes for the perfect day out. At McAlister St, Whakatane 10am – 3pm. http://www.new.riveredgerailway.org.nz/

Whakatane Sunday Market

At Rex Morpeth Park, Whakatane 8am – 1pm. Fresh & local produce. Coffee & kai, crepes, sausage sizzle, specialty foods, second hand books & treasures. Ph Carol 07 304 8380

Monday 3 July

Movie Night Fundraiser

For Miss Universe NZ Finalist Holly Waghorn at Whakamax Movies, 99 The Strand, Whakatane 7.30-10pm. The movie is ‘The House’ starring Will Ferrell. Tickets $20 include a liquid refreshment. https://www.facebook.com/holly.taylaPT/

Sunday 9 July

Whakatane Sunday Market

At Rex Morpeth Park, Whakatane 8am – 1pm. Fresh & local produce. Coffee & kai, crepes, sausage sizzle, specialty foods, second hand books & treasures. Ph Carol 07 304 8380

Sunday 16 July

Whakatane Sunday Market

At Rex Morpeth Park, Whakatane 8am – 1pm. Fresh & local produce. Coffee & kai, crepes, sausage sizzle, specialty foods, second hand books & treasures. Ph Carol 07 304 8380

Sunday 23 July

Whakatane Sunday Market

At Rex Morpeth Park, Whakatane 8am – 1pm. Fresh & local produce. Coffee & kai, crepes, sausage sizzle, specialty foods, second hand books & treasures. Ph Carol 07 304 8380

Sunday 30 July

Whakatane Sunday Market

At Rex Morpeth Park, Whakatane 8am – 1pm. Fresh & local produce. Coffee & kai, crepes, sausage sizzle, specialty foods, second hand books & treasures. Ph Carol 07 304 8380

 

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