What's on around Gisborne?

THAT WEBB GIRL: Maia Ingoe plays Emily Webb in Evolution Theatre Company’s first production, Thornton Wilder’s play Our Town which opens tomorrow. Picture supplied



Saturday, October 13

Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans (to Oct 15). A series of murals throughout Tairawhiti with messages of ocean conservation. Gisborne CBD, see location map/information at Tairawhiti Environment Centre http://www.facebook.com/events/590437031354594/

Gisborne Parkrun. Timed, weekly 5km run or walk, for all abilities. Meet at Waikanae Beach Playground for 8am start. Kid, dog and pram-friendly. See www.parkrun.co.nz/gisborne/

A&P Show. All the favourite events, plus the Grand Parade at 2pm. A&P Showgrounds, Main Rd, Makaraka, 8am–4.30pm. Fees: Concession (2A+3C) $40, adult $15, 15yrs&u $6, u/5s free.

Ayurveda and Yoga Workshop (to Oct 15). Rebalance your body and soul with Moana Mutscheller and Maria Geronazzo. Tidal Waters Loglodge, Waihau Rd (Loisels), SH 35, 9am Oct 13 to 8am Oct 15, email hello@reset.net.nz for pricing.

Tennis for beginners to experienced players. Ormond Tennis Club, Hill Rd, Ormond, 2-4pm, ph Geoff 862 5741 or Tania 862 5856.

TRAMPS. All singers, musicians and poetry readers are welcome to come along and perform. The Band Room, 200 Childers Rd, 2-4pm, $2 in the jar, ph John 868 9658.

Heartland Championship Rugby, Poverty Bay vs Buller. Rugby Park, 2.30pm.

NZ Male Choir. A broad genre including sacred, spiritual, NZ traditional, folk, popular, contemporary and waiata. Supported by the Gisborne Choral Society. St Andrew’s Church hall, 176 Cobden St, 7pm, $25 doorsales.

Show Me Shorts: The Sampler. A selection of heart-warming short films from NZ and around the world. Dome Room, PBC, 38 Childers Rd, 7-9pm, $14 doorsales.

Our Town (to Oct 27). A narrated story of the Gibbs and Webb families over twelve years of life in town. Evolution Theatre Company, 75 Disraeli St, 7.30pm. Tickets: youth $25, adult $40 from www.evolutiontheatre.org.nz/our-town

Sold Out! Paua is back in NZ with Miss Pou. Smash Palace Bar, 8pm.

Sunday, October 14

Gisborne Runners and Walkers Club. Varied weekly 1.5 hour walk with a friendly cuppa and chat afterwards. 8am start. Meeting place details: gisbornerunnersandwalkers@gmail.com

Tolaga Bay Community Day. Enjoy fun activities, competitions, karaoke, bone carving and more. Tolaga Bay Inn, 12 Cook St, 9am-6pm. Live on Facebook: http://pldg.me/tolaga

Gisborne Card-Making & Scrapbooking. Meet like-minded people and get crafting. Emerald Hotel, 13 Gladstone Rd, 9.30am-3pm. Register, phone/text Karen 027 664 8010.

Queen Bee live. Singing Dionne Warwick and Linda Ronstadt. The White House, 69 Peel Street, 1-3pm, free entry. For lunch bookings ph 867 1112.

Gisborne Country Music Club. Singers and musicians welcome. Blind Foundation Rooms, 39 Grey St, 1-4pm, members $2, non-members $3, incl afternoon tea, ph Flo 867 7637 or flo.ross@xtra.co.nz

Fresh Horizons Exhibition (to Dec 9). Young, aspiring artists exhibit their work with established artists and mentors. Tairawhiti Museum, Sun 1.30-4pm, Mon-Sat 10am-4pm, locals free, visitors $5, ph 867 3832.

Our Town, 2pm. See Saturday Oct 13 listing.

Monday, October 15

Gisborne Contract Bridge Club. Supervised play, new players welcome. 572 Gladstone Rd, 9.15-11.30am, $4, ph Jean 867 2383.

Social Morning Badminton. New players welcome and rackets available. Badminton Centre, 134 Roebuck Rd, 9.15-11.30am, $4, ph 867 2584.

Farm IQ User Workshop. A hands-on workshop for those with a FarmIQ subscription to improve basic skills or take things to the next level. Farmlands, 110-112 Lowe St, 12.30-3.30pm, free. Refer to http://www.farmiq.co.nz/events to register, for workshop topics and what to bring with you.

Teen Anime and Manga Club: for ages 13-18. Showing and discussing anime fun. HB Williams Memorial Library Mahutonga Room, 34 Bright St, 3.30-5pm, free.

Badminton Centre, 134 Roebuck Rd. New players welcome, rackets available. Junior Summer Badminton Club, 4.30-5.30pm, Year 3-9 $5/night, $40 subscription, ph 027 350 9482. Summer Badminton Club, 7-9pm, Seniors $8, Year 11-13 $6, subscription $80, ph 021 216 6700.

Hibernian Club Indoor Bowls, Gisborne Intermediate hall, 7pm, ph Arnold 868 5529.

Fun Dancing Gisborne. Beginners classes for modern, sequence and social ballroom dancing. St Andrew’s Church hall, 176 Cobden St, 7-8pm beginners class, 8-10pm review of dances, $5 including supper, ph Kev/Isabel 867 0074.

Musica Viva Concert. Australian violinist Emily Sun and British pianist Gamal Khamis share a programme of romantic and virtuosic music. Tiromoana, 41 Winifred St, Okitu, 7.30pm. Tickets: doorsales, adult $20, student $10.

Tuesday, October 16

Baby Time: for ages 0-2. Parents or caregivers help your baby become an active early learner with songs, rhymes, play and stories. HB Williams Memorial Library, 34 Bright St, 10am, free.

SeniorNet Gisborne: Public Session. For over 50s to check on next term’s computer courses, including a presentation on internet banking security with Westpac Bank. HB Williams Memorial Library, 10am-midday, free, ph Sheryl 868 1674 or gizzyseniornet@gmail.com

Gisborne Wainui Lions meeting. A friendly club, who have fun while making a difference in our community. The White House, 69 Peel Street, 5.30pm.

Wednesday, October 17

Gisborne Proactive Club. Retired persons interest group with guest speaker: Robyn Stuart-Kohn from Citizens Advice Bureau. Gisborne Cosmopolitan Club, 190 Derby St, 9.30am, free.

Social Tennis. For beginners to experienced players. Gisborne Tennis Club, 418 Childers Rd, 9.30-11.30am, $5 including a cuppa, ph Dusk 863 0218.

Conservation experience. Learn to grow native trees from seeds or cuttings. Women’s Native Tree Nursery, EIT Rural Studies, 320 Stout St, 1-2.30pm. Details ph Kauri 021 125 9442.

Ali Harper: Songs for Nobodies. A critically-acclaimed and profound one-woman play. War Memorial Theatre, 159 Bright St, 7.30pm. Tickets: adult $41.50, child $22.50, Stephen Jones Photography and www.ticketdirect.co.nz

Thursday, October 18

Celebrate Spring: Nutrition Workshop. A collection of delicious recipes that celebrate plentiful spring produce. Sport Gisborne Tairawhiti, Level 1, 74 Grey St, 12.10-1pm, $2 doorsales.

Gisborne Caledonian Society Dance. Modern, sequence and social dancing for beginners. St Mark's Church Hall, 776 Childers Rd, 7.30-9.30pm, $4. All welcome.

Gisborne Camera Club. Photography enthusiasts welcome. Blind Foundation Rooms, 39 Grey St, 7.30pm. Details: gisbornecameraclub@gmail.com

Friday, October 19

Toddler Time: for ages 2-4. Bring your children and their friends along for songs and stories. HB Williams Memorial Library, 34 Bright St, 10-10.30am, free.

Millton Family Picnic (to Oct 21). Bring a picnic and enjoy quality time with your loved ones on the lawn. Millton Vineyards & Winery, 119 Papatu Road, Manutuke, 11am-6pm, ph 862 8680.

Spade Oak Vineyard Degustation Dinner. A menu matched with Spade Oak wines, including a talk by the winemaker. Marina Restaurant, Marina Park, Vogel St, 6.30-10.30pm. Bookings: 868 5919.

Our Town, 7.30pm. See Saturday Oct 13 listing.

Build-a-Band. Turn up and jam. Smash Palace Bar, 24 Banks St, 8pm, free entry, R18.

The Wave: Chapter 7. Kick-start Labour weekend with TDK. Dome Room, PBC, 38 Childers Rd, 9pm-2am, $10 cash-only doorsales, R18.

Saturday, October 20

Gisborne Parkrun, 8am start. See Saturday Oct 13 listing.

Chardonnay Three Ways (to Oct 22). Enjoy wine matched with three Asian infused dishes, pizza also available. Wrights Vineyard and Winery, 1093 Wharerata Rd, 10am, bookings: 027 656 8222 or www.info@wrightswines.co.nz

Poverty Bay Electric Power Board, Eastland Energy, Eastland Network and Eastland Group Reunion. Past and present staff, family, friends and associates are welcome. Cosmopolitan Club, 190 Derby St. Meet and Greet: 10am-1pm, $30 incl brunch. Cabaret: 6pm-midnight, $70 incl supper and band. Register: phone/text Aroha: 021 860 384, 869 1606, or email pbepbreunion2018@gmail.com

Celebrate Classic Chardonnay. Enjoy wine tasting and canapes. Crawford Road Kitchen, 3/50 Esplanade, Inner harbour, 10.30am-midday. Tickets: $40 ph 867 4085.

Millton Family Picnic, 11am-6pm. See Friday listing.

Rose Garden Party. A picnic style event in the vineyard among the olive trees, with live music on the lawn. Matawhero Wines, 189 Riverpoint Rd, midday-3pm, $30 incl individual picnic box and a glass of rose, tickets from www.info@matawhero.co.nz

Gisborne Comedy Gala. Join MC Jo Wa for a laugh, includes 5-10 minute open mic for locals. Wrights Vineyard and Winery, 1093 Wharerata Rd, 2-5pm, free entry, koha appreciated. Bookings essential: 027 656 8222 or www.info@wrightswines.co.nz

Our Town, 2pm & 7.30pm. See Saturday Oct 13 listing.

Gisborne Caledonian Society Dance. All welcome for modern, sequence and social dancing. St Mark's Church Hall, 776 Childers Rd, 7.30-11pm, $8 door-sales. Theme: Hats.

The Boomshack Band. Live band playing 50s, 60s, blues and rock. Dome Room, PBC, 38 Childers Rd, 9.30pm-12.30am, $15 presales at Aviary, or $20 doorsales.

Sunday, October 21

Allproof Industries Fishing Competition. Bring the whanau and have a great day at the beach. Hautai Beach, East Cape, 6am-2pm, $15 adult and $5 child. Register at the East Cape Hunting Fishing & Tourism Club, Te Araroa with Eftpos, or with cash-only on-the-day at the beach registration tent (signposted).

Gisborne Runners and Walkers Club, 8am start. See Sunday Oct 14 listing.

Spring Fling Arts and Crafts Fair. Batik, soy candles, quilting, mosaic, ceramic, painting and more. Senior Citizens Hall, 32 Grey Street, 9.30am-3pm, free entry.

Chardonnay Three Ways, 10am. See Saturday Oct 20 listing.

Millton Family Picnic, 11am-6pm. See Friday listing.

Gisborne Sceptic Group, 11am. Information on topics and venue ph 867 3715 or 867 7122.

Women’s Native Tree Project: Working Bee. Bring your gloves, secateurs, trowel, spade and help the group. Titirangi (Kaiti Hill), meet: at 11am, top carpark: take steps that curve down towards the right.

Hihi: Wacky Races Pop-up Cellar Door. A fun, family-friendly event including some wacky races and live music. Poverty Bay Turf Club Racecourse, Makaraka, 11am-6pm, tickets from Facebook Messenger, $10 adults, kids free.

First Light Wine & Food Festival. Local cuisine and wine, scenic bus service, live music and three venues: Matawhero Wines, TW Wines and Bridge Estate. Midday-7.30pm, $45 each, tickets from i-Site Gisborne or www.premier.ticketec.co.nz

Wa165 steam train trip to Muriwai. BYO picnic, tea and coffee available. 1pm from Railway Station, Grey St. Tickets from i-Site/ph 868 6139 for credit card bookings: family pass (2A and 2C) $70, adult $30, child $12. Unsold tickets at station half an hour before departure, cash-only.

Gisborne Street Food Festival, hosted by Maori Fine Mussel Fritters. Kaiti Mall, 1-4pm.

Our Town, 2pm. See Saturday Oct 13 listing.

Fiesta Street Food Festival. Quench your taste buds, enjoy family-friendly music and dance. Grey Street, 3.30–7.30pm.

Wine & Food After-party, featuring IRB and The Ashes. Smash Palace, 6-9pm, free entry.

Ria Hall and Rob Ruha: Behind the lines. A fusion of unique Maori sounds with musical treatments to build and promote their cultural utopia. The Gaiety Theatre, 252 Marine Parade, Wairoa, 7.30-9.30pm, $30+Bfee at http://www.hbaf.co.nz or 06 651 2487.



Saturday, October 13

Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans (to Oct 15). A series of murals throughout Tairawhiti with messages of ocean conservation. Gisborne CBD, see location map/information at Tairawhiti Environment Centre http://www.facebook.com/events/590437031354594/

Gisborne Parkrun. Timed, weekly 5km run or walk, for all abilities. Meet at Waikanae Beach Playground for 8am start. Kid, dog and pram-friendly. See www.parkrun.co.nz/gisborne/

A&P Show. All the favourite events, plus the Grand Parade at 2pm. A&P Showgrounds, Main Rd, Makaraka, 8am–4.30pm. Fees: Concession (2A+3C) $40, adult $15, 15yrs&u $6, u/5s free.

Ayurveda and Yoga Workshop (to Oct 15). Rebalance your body and soul with Moana Mutscheller and Maria Geronazzo. Tidal Waters Loglodge, Waihau Rd (Loisels), SH 35, 9am Oct 13 to 8am Oct 15, email hello@reset.net.nz for pricing.

Tennis for beginners to experienced players. Ormond Tennis Club, Hill Rd, Ormond, 2-4pm, ph Geoff 862 5741 or Tania 862 5856.

TRAMPS. All singers, musicians and poetry readers are welcome to come along and perform. The Band Room, 200 Childers Rd, 2-4pm, $2 in the jar, ph John 868 9658.

Heartland Championship Rugby, Poverty Bay vs Buller. Rugby Park, 2.30pm.

NZ Male Choir. A broad genre including sacred, spiritual, NZ traditional, folk, popular, contemporary and waiata. Supported by the Gisborne Choral Society. St Andrew’s Church hall, 176 Cobden St, 7pm, $25 doorsales.

Show Me Shorts: The Sampler. A selection of heart-warming short films from NZ and around the world. Dome Room, PBC, 38 Childers Rd, 7-9pm, $14 doorsales.

Our Town (to Oct 27). A narrated story of the Gibbs and Webb families over twelve years of life in town. Evolution Theatre Company, 75 Disraeli St, 7.30pm. Tickets: youth $25, adult $40 from www.evolutiontheatre.org.nz/our-town

Sold Out! Paua is back in NZ with Miss Pou. Smash Palace Bar, 8pm.

Sunday, October 14

Gisborne Runners and Walkers Club. Varied weekly 1.5 hour walk with a friendly cuppa and chat afterwards. 8am start. Meeting place details: gisbornerunnersandwalkers@gmail.com

Tolaga Bay Community Day. Enjoy fun activities, competitions, karaoke, bone carving and more. Tolaga Bay Inn, 12 Cook St, 9am-6pm. Live on Facebook: http://pldg.me/tolaga

Gisborne Card-Making & Scrapbooking. Meet like-minded people and get crafting. Emerald Hotel, 13 Gladstone Rd, 9.30am-3pm. Register, phone/text Karen 027 664 8010.

Queen Bee live. Singing Dionne Warwick and Linda Ronstadt. The White House, 69 Peel Street, 1-3pm, free entry. For lunch bookings ph 867 1112.

Gisborne Country Music Club. Singers and musicians welcome. Blind Foundation Rooms, 39 Grey St, 1-4pm, members $2, non-members $3, incl afternoon tea, ph Flo 867 7637 or flo.ross@xtra.co.nz

Fresh Horizons Exhibition (to Dec 9). Young, aspiring artists exhibit their work with established artists and mentors. Tairawhiti Museum, Sun 1.30-4pm, Mon-Sat 10am-4pm, locals free, visitors $5, ph 867 3832.

Our Town, 2pm. See Saturday Oct 13 listing.

Monday, October 15

Gisborne Contract Bridge Club. Supervised play, new players welcome. 572 Gladstone Rd, 9.15-11.30am, $4, ph Jean 867 2383.

Social Morning Badminton. New players welcome and rackets available. Badminton Centre, 134 Roebuck Rd, 9.15-11.30am, $4, ph 867 2584.

Farm IQ User Workshop. A hands-on workshop for those with a FarmIQ subscription to improve basic skills or take things to the next level. Farmlands, 110-112 Lowe St, 12.30-3.30pm, free. Refer to http://www.farmiq.co.nz/events to register, for workshop topics and what to bring with you.

Teen Anime and Manga Club: for ages 13-18. Showing and discussing anime fun. HB Williams Memorial Library Mahutonga Room, 34 Bright St, 3.30-5pm, free.

Badminton Centre, 134 Roebuck Rd. New players welcome, rackets available. Junior Summer Badminton Club, 4.30-5.30pm, Year 3-9 $5/night, $40 subscription, ph 027 350 9482. Summer Badminton Club, 7-9pm, Seniors $8, Year 11-13 $6, subscription $80, ph 021 216 6700.

Hibernian Club Indoor Bowls, Gisborne Intermediate hall, 7pm, ph Arnold 868 5529.

Fun Dancing Gisborne. Beginners classes for modern, sequence and social ballroom dancing. St Andrew’s Church hall, 176 Cobden St, 7-8pm beginners class, 8-10pm review of dances, $5 including supper, ph Kev/Isabel 867 0074.

Musica Viva Concert. Australian violinist Emily Sun and British pianist Gamal Khamis share a programme of romantic and virtuosic music. Tiromoana, 41 Winifred St, Okitu, 7.30pm. Tickets: doorsales, adult $20, student $10.

Tuesday, October 16

Baby Time: for ages 0-2. Parents or caregivers help your baby become an active early learner with songs, rhymes, play and stories. HB Williams Memorial Library, 34 Bright St, 10am, free.

SeniorNet Gisborne: Public Session. For over 50s to check on next term’s computer courses, including a presentation on internet banking security with Westpac Bank. HB Williams Memorial Library, 10am-midday, free, ph Sheryl 868 1674 or gizzyseniornet@gmail.com

Gisborne Wainui Lions meeting. A friendly club, who have fun while making a difference in our community. The White House, 69 Peel Street, 5.30pm.

Wednesday, October 17

Gisborne Proactive Club. Retired persons interest group with guest speaker: Robyn Stuart-Kohn from Citizens Advice Bureau. Gisborne Cosmopolitan Club, 190 Derby St, 9.30am, free.

Social Tennis. For beginners to experienced players. Gisborne Tennis Club, 418 Childers Rd, 9.30-11.30am, $5 including a cuppa, ph Dusk 863 0218.

Conservation experience. Learn to grow native trees from seeds or cuttings. Women’s Native Tree Nursery, EIT Rural Studies, 320 Stout St, 1-2.30pm. Details ph Kauri 021 125 9442.

Ali Harper: Songs for Nobodies. A critically-acclaimed and profound one-woman play. War Memorial Theatre, 159 Bright St, 7.30pm. Tickets: adult $41.50, child $22.50, Stephen Jones Photography and www.ticketdirect.co.nz

Thursday, October 18

Celebrate Spring: Nutrition Workshop. A collection of delicious recipes that celebrate plentiful spring produce. Sport Gisborne Tairawhiti, Level 1, 74 Grey St, 12.10-1pm, $2 doorsales.

Gisborne Caledonian Society Dance. Modern, sequence and social dancing for beginners. St Mark's Church Hall, 776 Childers Rd, 7.30-9.30pm, $4. All welcome.

Gisborne Camera Club. Photography enthusiasts welcome. Blind Foundation Rooms, 39 Grey St, 7.30pm. Details: gisbornecameraclub@gmail.com

Friday, October 19

Toddler Time: for ages 2-4. Bring your children and their friends along for songs and stories. HB Williams Memorial Library, 34 Bright St, 10-10.30am, free.

Millton Family Picnic (to Oct 21). Bring a picnic and enjoy quality time with your loved ones on the lawn. Millton Vineyards & Winery, 119 Papatu Road, Manutuke, 11am-6pm, ph 862 8680.

Spade Oak Vineyard Degustation Dinner. A menu matched with Spade Oak wines, including a talk by the winemaker. Marina Restaurant, Marina Park, Vogel St, 6.30-10.30pm. Bookings: 868 5919.

Our Town, 7.30pm. See Saturday Oct 13 listing.

Build-a-Band. Turn up and jam. Smash Palace Bar, 24 Banks St, 8pm, free entry, R18.

The Wave: Chapter 7. Kick-start Labour weekend with TDK. Dome Room, PBC, 38 Childers Rd, 9pm-2am, $10 cash-only doorsales, R18.

Saturday, October 20

Gisborne Parkrun, 8am start. See Saturday Oct 13 listing.

Chardonnay Three Ways (to Oct 22). Enjoy wine matched with three Asian infused dishes, pizza also available. Wrights Vineyard and Winery, 1093 Wharerata Rd, 10am, bookings: 027 656 8222 or www.info@wrightswines.co.nz

Poverty Bay Electric Power Board, Eastland Energy, Eastland Network and Eastland Group Reunion. Past and present staff, family, friends and associates are welcome. Cosmopolitan Club, 190 Derby St. Meet and Greet: 10am-1pm, $30 incl brunch. Cabaret: 6pm-midnight, $70 incl supper and band. Register: phone/text Aroha: 021 860 384, 869 1606, or email pbepbreunion2018@gmail.com

Celebrate Classic Chardonnay. Enjoy wine tasting and canapes. Crawford Road Kitchen, 3/50 Esplanade, Inner harbour, 10.30am-midday. Tickets: $40 ph 867 4085.

Millton Family Picnic, 11am-6pm. See Friday listing.

Rose Garden Party. A picnic style event in the vineyard among the olive trees, with live music on the lawn. Matawhero Wines, 189 Riverpoint Rd, midday-3pm, $30 incl individual picnic box and a glass of rose, tickets from www.info@matawhero.co.nz

Gisborne Comedy Gala. Join MC Jo Wa for a laugh, includes 5-10 minute open mic for locals. Wrights Vineyard and Winery, 1093 Wharerata Rd, 2-5pm, free entry, koha appreciated. Bookings essential: 027 656 8222 or www.info@wrightswines.co.nz

Our Town, 2pm & 7.30pm. See Saturday Oct 13 listing.

Gisborne Caledonian Society Dance. All welcome for modern, sequence and social dancing. St Mark's Church Hall, 776 Childers Rd, 7.30-11pm, $8 door-sales. Theme: Hats.

The Boomshack Band. Live band playing 50s, 60s, blues and rock. Dome Room, PBC, 38 Childers Rd, 9.30pm-12.30am, $15 presales at Aviary, or $20 doorsales.

Sunday, October 21

Allproof Industries Fishing Competition. Bring the whanau and have a great day at the beach. Hautai Beach, East Cape, 6am-2pm, $15 adult and $5 child. Register at the East Cape Hunting Fishing & Tourism Club, Te Araroa with Eftpos, or with cash-only on-the-day at the beach registration tent (signposted).

Gisborne Runners and Walkers Club, 8am start. See Sunday Oct 14 listing.

Spring Fling Arts and Crafts Fair. Batik, soy candles, quilting, mosaic, ceramic, painting and more. Senior Citizens Hall, 32 Grey Street, 9.30am-3pm, free entry.

Chardonnay Three Ways, 10am. See Saturday Oct 20 listing.

Millton Family Picnic, 11am-6pm. See Friday listing.

Gisborne Sceptic Group, 11am. Information on topics and venue ph 867 3715 or 867 7122.

Women’s Native Tree Project: Working Bee. Bring your gloves, secateurs, trowel, spade and help the group. Titirangi (Kaiti Hill), meet: at 11am, top carpark: take steps that curve down towards the right.

Hihi: Wacky Races Pop-up Cellar Door. A fun, family-friendly event including some wacky races and live music. Poverty Bay Turf Club Racecourse, Makaraka, 11am-6pm, tickets from Facebook Messenger, $10 adults, kids free.

First Light Wine & Food Festival. Local cuisine and wine, scenic bus service, live music and three venues: Matawhero Wines, TW Wines and Bridge Estate. Midday-7.30pm, $45 each, tickets from i-Site Gisborne or www.premier.ticketec.co.nz

Wa165 steam train trip to Muriwai. BYO picnic, tea and coffee available. 1pm from Railway Station, Grey St. Tickets from i-Site/ph 868 6139 for credit card bookings: family pass (2A and 2C) $70, adult $30, child $12. Unsold tickets at station half an hour before departure, cash-only.

Gisborne Street Food Festival, hosted by Maori Fine Mussel Fritters. Kaiti Mall, 1-4pm.

Our Town, 2pm. See Saturday Oct 13 listing.

Fiesta Street Food Festival. Quench your taste buds, enjoy family-friendly music and dance. Grey Street, 3.30–7.30pm.

Wine & Food After-party, featuring IRB and The Ashes. Smash Palace, 6-9pm, free entry.

Ria Hall and Rob Ruha: Behind the lines. A fusion of unique Maori sounds with musical treatments to build and promote their cultural utopia. The Gaiety Theatre, 252 Marine Parade, Wairoa, 7.30-9.30pm, $30+Bfee at http://www.hbaf.co.nz or 06 651 2487.

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