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Put on your green hat and shirt and come join us
Sunday 15th March at 2:00pm
at the Karangahake Gorge carpark for St Patrick’s Day.
The band will be playing Irish tunes as well as some other traditional favourites.
Bring a chair, some afternoon snacks, have a walk and listen to some music to make an afternoon of it.
Look forward to seeing you there!
JOIN US in the museum garden with Rosalie the Storyteller, Thames Citizens’ Band, Face Painting, Steamy Sisters Steampunk Victorian games,
Thames Croquet Club….. and more.
RELAX under the historic puriri tree with our
sausage sizzle and Coco Cafe coffee.
EXPLORE the museum – adults $5,
children accompanied by an adult FREE.
Kauaeranga Music welcomes its second international act for 2020 with banjo player Richie Stearns and fiddler Rosie Newton, both from USA.
Richie and Rosie are a dynamic duo performing music rooted in the Americana tradition. With their memorable original songs and entrancing, nostalgic harmonies, Stearns and Newton take the fiddle, banjo combination to new levels as they continue to expand the boundaries of tradition.
Richie is an innovator of 5-string banjo much loved for his
“mantra-groove spooky-banjo style”.
Rosie is a ferocious fiddler whose work spans many musical styles.
at Thames School of Mines
There will be two free tours
of the School of Mines
11:00am and 1:00pm
07 868 5341
for all skill levels
5th Anniversary Tour
Dec 27th 9:00am – Dec 29th 5:00pm
Thames Animal Rescue Team
Christmas Raffle Week
outside Pak ‘N Save
until 4pm Friday November 29th
Thames Hauraki Ballet Theatre presents
‘The Wizard of Oz’, Contemporary item ‘Vibe’,
and Classical items from ‘Le Corsaire’,
‘Swan Lake’ and ‘The Nutcracker’
Thames Civic Centre Saturday December 7th
at 2:00pm and 7:00pm
Adult $20 Child/Senior/Student $12