Arts Fest Launch - Awards Night
Taranaki National Art Awards Ceremony
7.00pm Friday 27 October 2017
Sandfords Events Centre, Opunake
Tickets: $15 on the door
Come along and celebrate the launch night of Arts Fest South Taranaki with us. Over 300 artworks are displayed with $12,000 in prizes over seven sections to be won. Hear the
judges, Dr Carole Shepheard and Reuben
Friend announce the winners at 8.00pm.
Music, drinks and a light supper will keep you entertained while viewing the diverse artworks on display. The theme for dress ups this
year is 'The Great Opunake Yarn Bomb'.
Exhibition also open throughout Arts Fest
South Taranaki, 10.00am - 4.00pm daily.
Pop-Up Gigs Network Taranaki -
Write to the Centre
Thursday 2 November 2017
Manaia LibraryPlus - 9.30am
Opunake LibraryPlus - 11.30am
Eltham LibraryPlus - 2.00pm
Friday 3 November 2017:
Hawera LibraryPlus - 9.30am
Patea LibraryPlus - 11.30am
Waverley LibraryPlus - 2.00pm
No registration required - Free entry
Ever thought about starting a creative
journal? Come and hear NZ author, Helen
Lehndorf share her creative journal process
and daily inspirations. These one hour
informal chat sessions about creative
journaling aim to encourage you to start your own.
Also check out the Saturday workshop here
Everybody's NZ Film Festival
Everybody's Theatre, Tasman St, Opunake
27 October - 5 November 2017
Join us for the first Everybody's Theatre NZ
Film Festival. Showcasing classic NZ films
and documentaries over nine days in
Opunake's community run, restored historic movie theatre. Pre-ordered cheese platters, tea & coffee available.
Check website for full schedule and screening times: www.everybodystheatre.co.nz
Buy tickets online or at Eventfinda
Taranaki Country Music Hall of
The Stove & Milly
Eltham Town Hall, Stanners St, Eltham
7.00pm Saturday 4 November 2017
Tickets: $20 on the door
Or book online at Eventfinda.
Born of a desire to document local history in
the form of epic tone poems, The Stove is
Taranaki’s leading bogan-jazz-folk outfit.
Stoked with five-part harmonies that crackle and burn on a fuel of acoustic guitars and
light percussion, these down-home tales
come wrapped in amber and black .
The talented and lyrical Milly Tabak from
Auckland offers a soulful take on country,
blues and 1970’s radio rock.
Cash bar and refreshments provided by
Friends of the Town Hall.
Charlotte Johansen & Band
Tairoa Church Hall, 3 Puawai Street,Hawera
7.00pm Sunday 5 November 2017
Tickets: $20 on the door
Hailing from New Plymouth, Charlotte
Johansen has mastered the fine art of
acoustic pop, offering catchy songs with
unforgettable rhythmic and melodic hooks.
A compelling and genuine performer, her
lyrics combine everyday emotional truths with warm humour. Charlotte's infectious
enthusiasm and stage presence offers both
tenderness and tenacity, charting the ebb and flow of life and what it is be human.
Playing for the first time in South Taranaki
with her band, this performance is the closing
event of Arts Fest South Taranaki.
Food and refreshments available.