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2022-08-04T07:00:00.0000000Z

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LATEST Abbeyfield Antics: A classic murder mystery play put on by Katikati Theatre Group. The Arts Junction on August 10, 17 and 24. Tickets from The Arts Junction information desk. My Colourful World: Expressionist artist Nicole Welten presents her exhibition at the Carlton Gallery. August 1-14. Business Breakfast: Guest Speaker – Pauli Surtees, manager of Katikati Community Centre. Pa¯ tuki Manawa, The Centre. August 4 from 7-8am. RSVP to info@katchkatikati.org.nz La Traviata: Verdi’s La Traviata at Junction Theatre, August 4. Downtown Abbey: A New Era (2022): Screening at Junction Theatre at The Arts Junction. August 7 at 1.30pm. Waste-Ed: Kate Meads talks on reducing our waste, care for our beautiful environment and save money along the way. The seminar will be held at the Waihi Beach Community Hall on August 11, 6-8pm. Winter Series – Ted Talks: Be inspired, informed and entertained by the best TED talks screening at The Arts Junction August 11 at 1.30pm. It’s a wonderful life (1946): Screening at Junction Theatre at The Arts Junction. August 15 at 1.30pm. Business After Five: Networking August 17 from 5pm at The Arts Junction. RSVP to info@katchkatikati.org.nz Cafe´ Scientifique Katikati: August 18 at 7pm at The Arts Junction. Winter Series – Short Docs: Curated selection of short documentaries screening at The Arts Junction on August 18 at 1.30pm. Gold coin. Classic Car Club Breakfast: A breakfast in the Talisman Hotel& Restaurant, then wander around the car display in the car park. August 21 from 8-11am. Everything Everywhere All at Once (2022): Screening at Junction Theatre at The Arts Junction. August 21 at 1.30pm. An Education (2009): Screening at at Junction Theatre at The Arts Junction. August 22 at 1.30pm. Debbie McCauley: Descendant from a pioneering Katikati family presents Publishing the Research at the Digital Hub next to the library. The event is being held as a part of New Zealand Family History Month. August 26 from 11am-12pm Dance Away Your Winter Blues: Presented by Katikati Twilight Concerts. August 27 at 7.30pm show at Katikati RSA and Citizens Club. Tickets $15 from The Arts Junction. The Last Bus (2021): Screening at at Junction Theatre at The Arts Junction. August 29 at 1.30pm. The Not-New Fashion Show: A local school fundraiser. Waihi Beach Community Centre on September 10 at 6.30pm. Western Bay Museum: Featuring exhibitions Service and Sacrifice, Kiwi women in war times, Weeds Weeds Weeds takes a good look at weeds in our area and Taonga Maori Exhibition featuring historic and local artefacts. GIGS Wheel of Experience: The Arts Junction, August 12 at 7.30pm. Gumboot Tango: The Arts Junction, September 2 at 9pm. Chalium Poppy & Catherine Smalberger: A programme featuring songs by Beethoven, Schumann, and Schubert, and piano works by Brahms, Chopin, and Schubert. Anglican Church, 2 Carisbrooke St on September 25 at 5pm. MARKETS Car Boot Sale: Have a bit of a spring clean and sell your gear at the car boot sale to raise money for Abbeyfield Western Bay of Plenty. September 3 at Katikati A&P Showgrounds. Eileen’s Market: Lots of stalls including jewellery, metal art, baking, toys, books, crafts, soaps, plants, food and more. Katikati War Memorial Hall on the fourth Saturday of the month. 8am-12pm. Katikati Artisan Craft Market: At Chrome Cafe, Wharawhara Rd. Third Saturday of the month, 9am1pm. Katikati Lions Garage Sale: Containers behind Caltex, Main Rd. Indoor and outdoor furniture, tools, books and more. Fourth Saturday of the month, 9am-12pm. Katikati Plants and Produce Market: Every Friday, rain, hail or shine, 3.30-5.30pm at the Katikati A&P Showgrounds. Moggies Market: Katikati Memorial Hall. New stalls, arts and crafts, plants, preloved items, music, coffee and food carts. Second Saturday of the month, 9am-12pm. Omokoroa Market: Local monthly market with hot food, coffee, arts, crafts, produce, plants and more. Omokoroa Settlers Hall. Last Saturday of each month, 9am12pm. Waihi Beach Sunday Market: Every Sunday from 9am-1pm Wilson Park, Citrus Ave. On offer organic produce, preserves, plants, homewares, clothing and food. If you would like an event listed email news@katikatiadvertiser.co.nz

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