What's on in Gisborne

A week's worth of what's going on in Gisborne

A week's worth of what's going on in Gisborne

The Poverty Bay A&P Spring Show is here. Here are Olivier Taylor, 3, and Marley Martin, 5, enjoying the rides from an earlier year.

Saturday, October 14

A&P Show, 9am–5pm — Main arena attractions, Sideshow Alley, Grand Parade.

Water is Life — He Ora Te Wai (through to Nov 26), 10am–4pm, Tairawhiti Museum, free. Sharing our love and concerns for water through art; dance, poetry, photography and more.

Gisborne Orphans Club, cabaret night, 7pm–12am, Senior Citizens’ Hall, members free, non-members $15, supper provided. Email Philip pjshn@xtra.co.nz or ph Keith 868 9849.

Sunday, October 15

Young Enterprise Scheme, 2.30pm, 11 Solander St, free. Check out Balance Skate’s collection of recycled wooden skateboards, etched with art designs by Kahurangi Ngata.

Monday, October 16

Te Ha Art Awards Exhibition, Tairawhiti Museum, Mon–Sat 10am–4pm, Sun 1.30–4pm. Locals free, visitors $5. Ph 867 3832.

Operatunity presents Fabulous 50s, 11am–1pm, War Memorial Theatre. Relive the romance and fun, when vocals met harmonies. Tickets at bookings@operatunity.co.nz or ph 050 826 6237, $34 (includes lunch).

Fun Dancing Gisborne, 7–8pm beginners class, 8–10pm review of dances, St Andrew’s Church hall, 176 Cobden St, $5 (incl supper). Ph Kev/Isabel 867 0074.

Rata-Tui Duo NZ Tour, 7.30pm, St Andrew’s Church, 176 Cobden St, adults $20, children $5. Julien Hainsworth (baroque cello) and Chris Hainsworth (organ/harpsichord) play music by Bach, Handel and others.

Tuesday, October 17

Gisborne Wainui Lions meeting, 5.30pm, The White House, 69 Peel Street.

Wednesday, October 18

Toddler Time — Stories and songs for little ones, 10–10.30am, HB Williams Memorial Library, 53 Awapuni Road, free.

Titirangi Plant Care Project, 10am–12pm, meet at top carpark, Kaiti Hill, free — Bring covered footwear/suitable clothing. Ph Andy Kinsella 027 511 8156.

Community Tennis Night, 5.30–7.30pm, Gisborne Tennis Club, 418 Childers Rd, for beginners/experienced players, individuals/groups of friends welcome. Racquets and balls provided. First two sessions free.

BIZminton (round robin league), 6–8.30pm, Gisborne Badminton Centre, 134 Roebuck Rd. Teams of four (play 3 x 10 minute matches), $100/team, no experience needed. Register; eastland.badminton@gmail.com

Gisborne Athletic Club — Opening night, 6pm, Awapuni Stadium. All welcome. For details contact Amy 027 550 6595.

Thursday, October 19

Gisborne Woodturners Group — learners’ night, 7pm, clubrooms beside Enterprise Pool car park, Nelson Rd. Ph Ian 867 5521 or 027 289 6480.

Gisborne Camera Club, 7.30pm, Blind Foundation rooms, 37 Grey St. All welcome. Contact gisbornecameraclub@gmail.com.

Friday, October 20

Ardijah — Midnight Train to Georgia Spring Tour, 8.30pm, Cosmopolitan Club, 190 Derby St, R18, $30–$75 www.ticketspace.co.nz, $40 door sales. Ph 027 535 3600.

Paua — single launch tour, 6.30pm Tolaga Bay Inn. $25 from Ticketspace.

R&V Soundcheck, 9pm, Soho Bar, — Featuring; Chores, Witters, Crafty BBSS.

Saturday, October 21

Spring Fling Arts and Crafts Fair, 9.30am–3pm, Gisborne Girls’ High School, free — Batik, quilting, ceramics, wood-turning, knitting, jewellery, sewing, painting and much more.

100 Days Project — Solo Exhibition; Sarah Kane-Matete ‘100 contemporary tattoo designs’, Tairawhiti Museum, Mon–Sat 10am–4pm, Sun 1.30–4pm. Locals free, visitors $5.

Water is Life – He Ora Te Wai (through to Nov 26), 10am–4pm, Tairawhiti Museum, free. Sharing our love and concerns for water through art, dance, poetry, painting, drawing, photography and more.

Wa165 steam train trip to Muriwai, 1pm from Railway Station, tickets at i-Site, 209 Grey St. Family pass (2A and 2C) $70, adults $30, children $12. Unsold tickets at station half an hour before departure, cash only (no EFTPOS).

Gisborne Caledonian Society (modern, sequence and social dancing), 8–11pm, St Mark’s Church Hall, 776 Childers Rd, $6. Theme; “The Oscars”, dress semi-formal. All welcome.

Sunday October 22

Gisborne Canoe and Tramping Club Whitiwhiti Station SH35 walk (ridge/beach walk options), 9.00am departure, $10. Email Geoff to register; cobbunco@xtra.co.nz or ph 862 5710.

Saturday, October 14

A&P Show, 9am–5pm — Main arena attractions, Sideshow Alley, Grand Parade.

Water is Life — He Ora Te Wai (through to Nov 26), 10am–4pm, Tairawhiti Museum, free. Sharing our love and concerns for water through art; dance, poetry, photography and more.

Gisborne Orphans Club, cabaret night, 7pm–12am, Senior Citizens’ Hall, members free, non-members $15, supper provided. Email Philip pjshn@xtra.co.nz or ph Keith 868 9849.

Sunday, October 15

Young Enterprise Scheme, 2.30pm, 11 Solander St, free. Check out Balance Skate’s collection of recycled wooden skateboards, etched with art designs by Kahurangi Ngata.

Monday, October 16

Te Ha Art Awards Exhibition, Tairawhiti Museum, Mon–Sat 10am–4pm, Sun 1.30–4pm. Locals free, visitors $5. Ph 867 3832.

Operatunity presents Fabulous 50s, 11am–1pm, War Memorial Theatre. Relive the romance and fun, when vocals met harmonies. Tickets at bookings@operatunity.co.nz or ph 050 826 6237, $34 (includes lunch).

Fun Dancing Gisborne, 7–8pm beginners class, 8–10pm review of dances, St Andrew’s Church hall, 176 Cobden St, $5 (incl supper). Ph Kev/Isabel 867 0074.

Rata-Tui Duo NZ Tour, 7.30pm, St Andrew’s Church, 176 Cobden St, adults $20, children $5. Julien Hainsworth (baroque cello) and Chris Hainsworth (organ/harpsichord) play music by Bach, Handel and others.

Tuesday, October 17

Gisborne Wainui Lions meeting, 5.30pm, The White House, 69 Peel Street.

Wednesday, October 18

Toddler Time — Stories and songs for little ones, 10–10.30am, HB Williams Memorial Library, 53 Awapuni Road, free.

Titirangi Plant Care Project, 10am–12pm, meet at top carpark, Kaiti Hill, free — Bring covered footwear/suitable clothing. Ph Andy Kinsella 027 511 8156.

Community Tennis Night, 5.30–7.30pm, Gisborne Tennis Club, 418 Childers Rd, for beginners/experienced players, individuals/groups of friends welcome. Racquets and balls provided. First two sessions free.

BIZminton (round robin league), 6–8.30pm, Gisborne Badminton Centre, 134 Roebuck Rd. Teams of four (play 3 x 10 minute matches), $100/team, no experience needed. Register; eastland.badminton@gmail.com

Gisborne Athletic Club — Opening night, 6pm, Awapuni Stadium. All welcome. For details contact Amy 027 550 6595.

Thursday, October 19

Gisborne Woodturners Group — learners’ night, 7pm, clubrooms beside Enterprise Pool car park, Nelson Rd. Ph Ian 867 5521 or 027 289 6480.

Gisborne Camera Club, 7.30pm, Blind Foundation rooms, 37 Grey St. All welcome. Contact gisbornecameraclub@gmail.com.

Friday, October 20

Ardijah — Midnight Train to Georgia Spring Tour, 8.30pm, Cosmopolitan Club, 190 Derby St, R18, $30–$75 www.ticketspace.co.nz, $40 door sales. Ph 027 535 3600.

Paua — single launch tour, 6.30pm Tolaga Bay Inn. $25 from Ticketspace.

R&V Soundcheck, 9pm, Soho Bar, — Featuring; Chores, Witters, Crafty BBSS.

Saturday, October 21

Spring Fling Arts and Crafts Fair, 9.30am–3pm, Gisborne Girls’ High School, free — Batik, quilting, ceramics, wood-turning, knitting, jewellery, sewing, painting and much more.

100 Days Project — Solo Exhibition; Sarah Kane-Matete ‘100 contemporary tattoo designs’, Tairawhiti Museum, Mon–Sat 10am–4pm, Sun 1.30–4pm. Locals free, visitors $5.

Water is Life – He Ora Te Wai (through to Nov 26), 10am–4pm, Tairawhiti Museum, free. Sharing our love and concerns for water through art, dance, poetry, painting, drawing, photography and more.

Wa165 steam train trip to Muriwai, 1pm from Railway Station, tickets at i-Site, 209 Grey St. Family pass (2A and 2C) $70, adults $30, children $12. Unsold tickets at station half an hour before departure, cash only (no EFTPOS).

Gisborne Caledonian Society (modern, sequence and social dancing), 8–11pm, St Mark’s Church Hall, 776 Childers Rd, $6. Theme; “The Oscars”, dress semi-formal. All welcome.

Sunday October 22

Gisborne Canoe and Tramping Club Whitiwhiti Station SH35 walk (ridge/beach walk options), 9.00am departure, $10. Email Geoff to register; cobbunco@xtra.co.nz or ph 862 5710.

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