What's on in Gisborne?

Saturday February 9 through to Sunday February 17.

Saturday February 9 through to Sunday February 17.

Thunder Out East. Picture by Shot360 Photography

Saturday, February 9

St Andrew’s Car Boot Sale. A variety of realistically-priced bargains. 8am set-up in carpark behind St Andrew’s church (access off Childers Rd), 9am-midday, $5/car, ph 868 8226.​

Waingake Horse Sports. Action-packed family-fun on horseback, with events for all ages. Follow the signs: Willy & Lou Livingston's property, Gordon Rd, Waingake, gate opens at 8am, start 9am. Ice blocks, sausage sizzle and cash bar available all day. Free hangi at conclusion of prize-giving.​

Gizzy Beach Netball Tournament. Come along and watch the five-a-side mixed teams battle it out. Churchill Park, Beacon St, 9am-4pm, free entry. https://www.sporty.co.nz/gisbornenc/Beach-Netball/Tournament-2019​

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

McCann’ics Thunder Out East. Round 2 of the NZ Offshore Powerboat Series where teams battle for national points. Best viewing from Midway Beach, midday-4pm. Race 1 at midday, race 2 at 1pm. For details: www.nzoffshore.co.nz/​

HeiHei Festival. The ultimate family-day-out with Spitfire chicken done 40 ways, kid-friendly activities, music and Hot Wings Competition. Smash Palace Bar, 24 Banks St, midday-5pm, $35 adult, $10 kids u12s. Tickets at Kingpin, 75 Gladstone Rd. See Facebook for menu details.​

Queen Bee and B Bumble. Live old-school music. Garden Bar, The White House, 69 Peel St, 1-3pm, free entry. Bookings 867 1112.​

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

PB Blues Club: Save our Francis Bacon. Jazz pianist David Parquette and friends present New Orleans jazz and blues. Fundraiser for the club’s recently purchased Francis Bacon piano. Dome Room, PBC, 38 Childers Rd, 6pm, $10 cash-only door sales.​

Stubbs Contracting Sidecar Champ of Champs. All welcome for a great night of racing. Eastland Group Raceway, 357 Awapuni Rd, gates open 6pm, racing starts 7pm. Gate sale tickets, subject to change: $40 family (2A+3C), $15 adult, $10 senior, $8 child aged 5-15, u5s free.​

Sunday, February 10​

Gisborne Runners and Walkers Club. Weekly 1.5 hour walks with a cuppa and chat afterwards. 8am start. For meeting place: gisbornerunnersandwalkers@gmail.com​

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

Vino and Vinyasa. Yoga class, winery tour, vino/non-alcoholic beverage, pizza and live music with Paul Jackson. Wrights Vineyard and Winery, 1093 Wharerata Rd, 10am-2pm, $45. Bookings essential: ph Elsa 020 4101 8809.​

Historic MV Takitimu Cruise. Enjoy the sights of Poverty Bay from a fully-restored historic tug. Sailing from Pier 1 Inner Harbour (gate outside Tatapouri Fishing Club), weather permitting, 2pm. Tickets, pay at the gate: $20 adult, $10 child u12. Details: Brian 027 474 9360 or Barry 868 3900.​

Summer Concert Series: Joanna Foote and Harry Grigg. Recital with Berlin-based lyric soprano Joanna and Auckland tenor Harry with a variety of operatic gems, supported by Auckland pianist Xing Wang. Tiromoana, 41 Winifred St, Okitu, 2.30pm. Tickets: door sales, adult $25, student/child free.​

Adapting to Stress: Protecting your health through Nutrigenomics. Guest speaker: Janelle James, Sunshine Coast, Australia talks about sleep, energy, anxiety, inflammation and immunity. Launch! Co-working, 41 The Esplanade (above The Works), 3-4pm, free. Sign-up on Facebook page, limited seating.​

Monday, February 11​

Women's Golf Have-A-Go Day. Two-hour session where teams play nine-holes of golf, followed by morning tea. Clubs provided. Poverty Bay Golf Club, cnr Lytton & Awapuni Rds, meet at 8.30am for 9am start. For further details ph 867 4402, Ext 1.​

Social Morning Badminton. New players welcome and rackets available. Badminton Centre, 134 Roebuck Rd, 9-11.30am, $4, ph 867 2584.​

Gisborne Boardriders Club: Rippers (to Apr 8). For 6-12 year-olds to bring their own gear and develop surfing skills or learn how to surf. Midway Beach or an alternative beach depending upon the weather, 5-6.30pm, $130 GBC members or $170 non-members per 10-week course. Details: see https://www.sporty.co.nz/viewform/24254​

Summer Badminton Club. New players welcome and rackets available. Badminton Centre, 134 Roebuck Rd, 7-9pm, Seniors $8, Year 11-13 $6, subs $80, ph 021 216 6700.​

Tuesday, February 12​

Biodiversity and Visitors Iwi Engagement Hui. Come along for open conversation on protecting, restoring and engaging with nature to improve how biodiversity (native plants/animals) and natural places are managed for future generations. Emerald Hotel, 13 Gladstone Rd, 9am-3pm, free.​

Baby Time: for ages 0-2, parents/caregivers. Interactive play and rhymes to springboard your baby into early learning. HB Williams Memorial Library, 34 Bright St, 10am, free.​

SeniorNet Gisborne Smartphone Workshop for Beginners. Bring your smartphone along and share tips with others. Includes a presentation by Alison Moorcroft on tips and functions. HB Williams Memorial Library, 34 Bright St, 10am-midday, free. Details: email Jill at hudsonmara7@gmail.com or ph 868 3061.​

Beach Boot Camp (twice a week to 4 Apr). Eight-week body-boosting high-intensity workout. Bring a towel and water bottle. Midway Beach, 6-7pm, $8 each per session. Register: email wwbhub@gmail.com, limited spaces available.​

The Country Garden Club. For town and country women interested in gardening or floral arranging. Waerenga a Hika Hall, 726 Matawai Rd, 7.30pm, $2 at door, for details ph Katrine 867 2427.​

Wednesday, February 13​

Growing Native Trees Workshop. Learn to identify or grow native trees from seeds or cuttings. Women’s Native Tree Nursery, EIT Rural Studies, 320 Stout St, 10-11.30am. Details ph Kauri 021 125 9442.​

One Billion Trees Fund: Discussion, hosted by Te Uru Rakau: Forestry NZ. A workshop for rural professionals and those working with landowners/communities on land use options, funding and tree planting. Ministry for Primary Industries offices, 60 Awapuni Rd, 10am-midday & 1.30-3.30pm. See www.teururakau.govt.nz for details on the Fund.​

Better Pastures Workshop. Hosted by Beef+Lamb NZ who look at better nutrient placement with hyper-spectral imaging technology, managing thistles and the use of forage herbs/legumes. Waikanae Surf Life Saving Club, 280 Grey St, 12.30-5pm, free. Register for catering purposes: email Penny at penny.munro@beeflambnz.com or see Facebook for further details.​

2019 Junior Surf Sunset Series (and Feb 27). Designed to give young athletes an opportunity to practise swim, board, diamond and board relay before ER Junior Champs and Oceans. Non-competitive athletes are welcome. Midway Beach, 5pm registration, 5.30pm start, free for SLSNZ members.​

Technovation App Development Workshop. For girls to kick-start their tech journey, exploring app development and getting to grips with the Technovation challenge. The Mind Lab, Shed 3, The Esplanade, 6-8pm, free. Register: ph (06) 777 0522 or gisborne@themindlab.com​

Thursday, February 14​

A Fresh Start: Nutrition Workshop. Join dietitian Mary Hope in setting goals for well-being and mindfulness, or discover some inspiring recipes. Sport Gisborne Tairawhiti, Level 1, 74 Grey St, 12.10-1pm, $2 door sales.​

Marlin and Tuna Hunt Weigh-in (to Feb 17). Come along and watch the catch of the day being unloaded. Gisborne Tatapouri Sports Fishing Club, Shed 2, inner harbour, approx 3-6pm during the competition.​

Twilight Street Food Markets. Local food vendors, live music and kid-friendly entertainment. Te Wananga o Aotearoa, 630 Childers Rd, 5-8pm, free entry, kai $5 or less. Food stall inquiries: Jadee at Jade.Strother@twoa.ac.nz​

Beach Boot Camp, 6-7pm. See Tuesday listing.​

Common Folk: Classic dances from Planet Earth. Popular folk dance for beginners, led by Jane Luiten. Suits all ages, no experience, skill or partner required. St Andrew’s Church Hall, 176 Cobden St, 7-8.30pm, $7 each. See Good Folk Facebook page.​

Friday, February 15​

Treble Court Cruise Market. Check out the stalls, kapa haka performance and kid-friendly entertainment. Treble Court, 9am-2pm. Market will be cancelled if ship can’t dock. Stallholder inquires: tcmarkets@hotmail.com​

Toddler Time: for ages 2-5. Bring your children and their friends along for songs and stories. HB Williams Memorial Library, 34 Bright St, 10-10.30am, free.​

Marlin and Tuna Hunt Weigh-in, approx 3-6pm. See Thursday listing.​

Retrospective: Phyllis Underdown Exhibition (to March 28). Paintings include: the rolling hills surrounding Gisborne, the road to Sponge Bay, her garden, house, family and friends. Tairawhiti Museum: opens today from 5.30-7pm, and thereafter: Mon-Sat 10am-4pm, Sun 1.30-4pm, locals free, visitors $5, ph 867 3832.​

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

Saturday, February 16​

Whanau Fun: Swim, Bike, Run. Family-friendly triathlon: 3km boardwalk/run, 8km cycle along the coast and 200m outdoor pool swim. Gisborne Olympic Pool, 45 Centennial Marine Dr, 9am, cash-only on the day: $5 kids, $10 adult, $20 max per family.​

Introduction to Vermicomposting. Start a worm farm and minimise your food waste while creating rich compost and fertiliser for your garden and plants. Tairawhiti Environment Centre, 386 Palmerston Rd, 11am-midday, $5 door sales. To register ph 867 4708 or Facebook messenger.​

TRAMPS. Beginners to experienced singers, musicians and poetry readers are welcome to come along and perform. The Band Room, 200 Childers Rd, 1.30-3.30pm, $2 in the jar, ph John 868 9658.​

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

Marlin and Tuna Hunt Weigh-in, approx 3-6pm. See Thursday listing.​

Spaghetti Toast. Live music across all genres, with Set Waves and guest tribute band Maorissey. Garden Bar, PBC, 38 Childers Rd, 9pm-midnight, $10 cash-only door sales.​

Full Moon Party. Hosted by Beleza Events with UV lighting, body art, featuring Brazilbeat, Dizfunk and DJose. Smash Palace Bar, 24 Banks St, doors open 9pm to 2am, $5 door sales if dressed in white or $10 for others, R18.​

Sunday, February 17​

Gisborne Runners and Walkers Club, 8am start. See Sunday Feb 10 listing.​

Interislander Summer Festival. Lots of kid-friendly entertainment, fashion, food and action on the course. Supporting Surf Lifesaving. Ashwood Park, Makaraka Racecourse, 76A Main Rd, gates open 10.30am. Tickets: at the gate, or ph 06 927 7020, adult $5, child u18 free. For details/packages/tickets: https://www.theraces.co.nz/event/isf-gisborne-races​​

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​

Historic MV Takitimu Cruise, 2pm. See Sunday Feb 10 listing.​

Wa165 steam train trip to Muriwai. Enjoy the scenery, bring a picnic or have a cuppa on board. Leaving from the Railway Station, Grey St at 2pm, $12 child, $30 adult, $70 family pass (2A and 2C). Tickets: half an hour before departure from the station (cash or Eftpos), Gisborne i-Site, 209 Grey St, ph 868 6139 for credit card bookings, or see http://www.gcvr.org.nz​​

Marlin and Tuna Hunt Weigh-in, approx 3-6pm. See Thursday listing.

Saturday, February 9

St Andrew’s Car Boot Sale. A variety of realistically-priced bargains. 8am set-up in carpark behind St Andrew’s church (access off Childers Rd), 9am-midday, $5/car, ph 868 8226.​

Waingake Horse Sports. Action-packed family-fun on horseback, with events for all ages. Follow the signs: Willy & Lou Livingston's property, Gordon Rd, Waingake, gate opens at 8am, start 9am. Ice blocks, sausage sizzle and cash bar available all day. Free hangi at conclusion of prize-giving.​

Gizzy Beach Netball Tournament. Come along and watch the five-a-side mixed teams battle it out. Churchill Park, Beacon St, 9am-4pm, free entry. https://www.sporty.co.nz/gisbornenc/Beach-Netball/Tournament-2019​

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

McCann’ics Thunder Out East. Round 2 of the NZ Offshore Powerboat Series where teams battle for national points. Best viewing from Midway Beach, midday-4pm. Race 1 at midday, race 2 at 1pm. For details: www.nzoffshore.co.nz/​

HeiHei Festival. The ultimate family-day-out with Spitfire chicken done 40 ways, kid-friendly activities, music and Hot Wings Competition. Smash Palace Bar, 24 Banks St, midday-5pm, $35 adult, $10 kids u12s. Tickets at Kingpin, 75 Gladstone Rd. See Facebook for menu details.​

Queen Bee and B Bumble. Live old-school music. Garden Bar, The White House, 69 Peel St, 1-3pm, free entry. Bookings 867 1112.​

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

PB Blues Club: Save our Francis Bacon. Jazz pianist David Parquette and friends present New Orleans jazz and blues. Fundraiser for the club’s recently purchased Francis Bacon piano. Dome Room, PBC, 38 Childers Rd, 6pm, $10 cash-only door sales.​

Stubbs Contracting Sidecar Champ of Champs. All welcome for a great night of racing. Eastland Group Raceway, 357 Awapuni Rd, gates open 6pm, racing starts 7pm. Gate sale tickets, subject to change: $40 family (2A+3C), $15 adult, $10 senior, $8 child aged 5-15, u5s free.​

Sunday, February 10​

Gisborne Runners and Walkers Club. Weekly 1.5 hour walks with a cuppa and chat afterwards. 8am start. For meeting place: gisbornerunnersandwalkers@gmail.com​

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

Vino and Vinyasa. Yoga class, winery tour, vino/non-alcoholic beverage, pizza and live music with Paul Jackson. Wrights Vineyard and Winery, 1093 Wharerata Rd, 10am-2pm, $45. Bookings essential: ph Elsa 020 4101 8809.​

Historic MV Takitimu Cruise. Enjoy the sights of Poverty Bay from a fully-restored historic tug. Sailing from Pier 1 Inner Harbour (gate outside Tatapouri Fishing Club), weather permitting, 2pm. Tickets, pay at the gate: $20 adult, $10 child u12. Details: Brian 027 474 9360 or Barry 868 3900.​

Summer Concert Series: Joanna Foote and Harry Grigg. Recital with Berlin-based lyric soprano Joanna and Auckland tenor Harry with a variety of operatic gems, supported by Auckland pianist Xing Wang. Tiromoana, 41 Winifred St, Okitu, 2.30pm. Tickets: door sales, adult $25, student/child free.​

Adapting to Stress: Protecting your health through Nutrigenomics. Guest speaker: Janelle James, Sunshine Coast, Australia talks about sleep, energy, anxiety, inflammation and immunity. Launch! Co-working, 41 The Esplanade (above The Works), 3-4pm, free. Sign-up on Facebook page, limited seating.​

Monday, February 11​

Women's Golf Have-A-Go Day. Two-hour session where teams play nine-holes of golf, followed by morning tea. Clubs provided. Poverty Bay Golf Club, cnr Lytton & Awapuni Rds, meet at 8.30am for 9am start. For further details ph 867 4402, Ext 1.​

Social Morning Badminton. New players welcome and rackets available. Badminton Centre, 134 Roebuck Rd, 9-11.30am, $4, ph 867 2584.​

Gisborne Boardriders Club: Rippers (to Apr 8). For 6-12 year-olds to bring their own gear and develop surfing skills or learn how to surf. Midway Beach or an alternative beach depending upon the weather, 5-6.30pm, $130 GBC members or $170 non-members per 10-week course. Details: see https://www.sporty.co.nz/viewform/24254​

Summer Badminton Club. New players welcome and rackets available. Badminton Centre, 134 Roebuck Rd, 7-9pm, Seniors $8, Year 11-13 $6, subs $80, ph 021 216 6700.​

Tuesday, February 12​

Biodiversity and Visitors Iwi Engagement Hui. Come along for open conversation on protecting, restoring and engaging with nature to improve how biodiversity (native plants/animals) and natural places are managed for future generations. Emerald Hotel, 13 Gladstone Rd, 9am-3pm, free.​

Baby Time: for ages 0-2, parents/caregivers. Interactive play and rhymes to springboard your baby into early learning. HB Williams Memorial Library, 34 Bright St, 10am, free.​

SeniorNet Gisborne Smartphone Workshop for Beginners. Bring your smartphone along and share tips with others. Includes a presentation by Alison Moorcroft on tips and functions. HB Williams Memorial Library, 34 Bright St, 10am-midday, free. Details: email Jill at hudsonmara7@gmail.com or ph 868 3061.​

Beach Boot Camp (twice a week to 4 Apr). Eight-week body-boosting high-intensity workout. Bring a towel and water bottle. Midway Beach, 6-7pm, $8 each per session. Register: email wwbhub@gmail.com, limited spaces available.​

The Country Garden Club. For town and country women interested in gardening or floral arranging. Waerenga a Hika Hall, 726 Matawai Rd, 7.30pm, $2 at door, for details ph Katrine 867 2427.​

Wednesday, February 13​

Growing Native Trees Workshop. Learn to identify or grow native trees from seeds or cuttings. Women’s Native Tree Nursery, EIT Rural Studies, 320 Stout St, 10-11.30am. Details ph Kauri 021 125 9442.​

One Billion Trees Fund: Discussion, hosted by Te Uru Rakau: Forestry NZ. A workshop for rural professionals and those working with landowners/communities on land use options, funding and tree planting. Ministry for Primary Industries offices, 60 Awapuni Rd, 10am-midday & 1.30-3.30pm. See www.teururakau.govt.nz for details on the Fund.​

Better Pastures Workshop. Hosted by Beef+Lamb NZ who look at better nutrient placement with hyper-spectral imaging technology, managing thistles and the use of forage herbs/legumes. Waikanae Surf Life Saving Club, 280 Grey St, 12.30-5pm, free. Register for catering purposes: email Penny at penny.munro@beeflambnz.com or see Facebook for further details.​

2019 Junior Surf Sunset Series (and Feb 27). Designed to give young athletes an opportunity to practise swim, board, diamond and board relay before ER Junior Champs and Oceans. Non-competitive athletes are welcome. Midway Beach, 5pm registration, 5.30pm start, free for SLSNZ members.​

Technovation App Development Workshop. For girls to kick-start their tech journey, exploring app development and getting to grips with the Technovation challenge. The Mind Lab, Shed 3, The Esplanade, 6-8pm, free. Register: ph (06) 777 0522 or gisborne@themindlab.com​

Thursday, February 14​

A Fresh Start: Nutrition Workshop. Join dietitian Mary Hope in setting goals for well-being and mindfulness, or discover some inspiring recipes. Sport Gisborne Tairawhiti, Level 1, 74 Grey St, 12.10-1pm, $2 door sales.​

Marlin and Tuna Hunt Weigh-in (to Feb 17). Come along and watch the catch of the day being unloaded. Gisborne Tatapouri Sports Fishing Club, Shed 2, inner harbour, approx 3-6pm during the competition.​

Twilight Street Food Markets. Local food vendors, live music and kid-friendly entertainment. Te Wananga o Aotearoa, 630 Childers Rd, 5-8pm, free entry, kai $5 or less. Food stall inquiries: Jadee at Jade.Strother@twoa.ac.nz​

Beach Boot Camp, 6-7pm. See Tuesday listing.​

Common Folk: Classic dances from Planet Earth. Popular folk dance for beginners, led by Jane Luiten. Suits all ages, no experience, skill or partner required. St Andrew’s Church Hall, 176 Cobden St, 7-8.30pm, $7 each. See Good Folk Facebook page.​

Friday, February 15​

Treble Court Cruise Market. Check out the stalls, kapa haka performance and kid-friendly entertainment. Treble Court, 9am-2pm. Market will be cancelled if ship can’t dock. Stallholder inquires: tcmarkets@hotmail.com​

Toddler Time: for ages 2-5. Bring your children and their friends along for songs and stories. HB Williams Memorial Library, 34 Bright St, 10-10.30am, free.​

Marlin and Tuna Hunt Weigh-in, approx 3-6pm. See Thursday listing.​

Retrospective: Phyllis Underdown Exhibition (to March 28). Paintings include: the rolling hills surrounding Gisborne, the road to Sponge Bay, her garden, house, family and friends. Tairawhiti Museum: opens today from 5.30-7pm, and thereafter: Mon-Sat 10am-4pm, Sun 1.30-4pm, locals free, visitors $5, ph 867 3832.​

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

Saturday, February 16​

Whanau Fun: Swim, Bike, Run. Family-friendly triathlon: 3km boardwalk/run, 8km cycle along the coast and 200m outdoor pool swim. Gisborne Olympic Pool, 45 Centennial Marine Dr, 9am, cash-only on the day: $5 kids, $10 adult, $20 max per family.​

Introduction to Vermicomposting. Start a worm farm and minimise your food waste while creating rich compost and fertiliser for your garden and plants. Tairawhiti Environment Centre, 386 Palmerston Rd, 11am-midday, $5 door sales. To register ph 867 4708 or Facebook messenger.​

TRAMPS. Beginners to experienced singers, musicians and poetry readers are welcome to come along and perform. The Band Room, 200 Childers Rd, 1.30-3.30pm, $2 in the jar, ph John 868 9658.​

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

Marlin and Tuna Hunt Weigh-in, approx 3-6pm. See Thursday listing.​

Spaghetti Toast. Live music across all genres, with Set Waves and guest tribute band Maorissey. Garden Bar, PBC, 38 Childers Rd, 9pm-midnight, $10 cash-only door sales.​

Full Moon Party. Hosted by Beleza Events with UV lighting, body art, featuring Brazilbeat, Dizfunk and DJose. Smash Palace Bar, 24 Banks St, doors open 9pm to 2am, $5 door sales if dressed in white or $10 for others, R18.​

Sunday, February 17​

Gisborne Runners and Walkers Club, 8am start. See Sunday Feb 10 listing.​

Interislander Summer Festival. Lots of kid-friendly entertainment, fashion, food and action on the course. Supporting Surf Lifesaving. Ashwood Park, Makaraka Racecourse, 76A Main Rd, gates open 10.30am. Tickets: at the gate, or ph 06 927 7020, adult $5, child u18 free. For details/packages/tickets: https://www.theraces.co.nz/event/isf-gisborne-races​​

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​

Historic MV Takitimu Cruise, 2pm. See Sunday Feb 10 listing.​

Wa165 steam train trip to Muriwai. Enjoy the scenery, bring a picnic or have a cuppa on board. Leaving from the Railway Station, Grey St at 2pm, $12 child, $30 adult, $70 family pass (2A and 2C). Tickets: half an hour before departure from the station (cash or Eftpos), Gisborne i-Site, 209 Grey St, ph 868 6139 for credit card bookings, or see http://www.gcvr.org.nz​​

Marlin and Tuna Hunt Weigh-in, approx 3-6pm. See Thursday listing.

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