The Friends of Marlborough Museum's annual pop-up dinner fundraiser will be held on March 28 at 6pm.
The dinner helps to raise much needed resources for the museum.
The Marlborough Women's Club, at 108 High St, Blenheim, has opened up their private club house especially for the event.
This year the dinner has a 1950s retro theme.
Museum ambassador and cook Toni Gillan is again on the pans, and chief executive Steve Austin will present a pop-up exhibition of 1950s period kitchenalia, as well as entertaining diners on the keyboards with a 50s play list.
Tickets cost $35 per person and can be bought at the museum or Bookworld, phone 03 578 1712.
Enquiries at email@example.com.
- The Marlborough Express