What's on in Christchurch

Last updated 09:57 21/12/2013
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The Pallet Pavilion

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Beck Eleven takes a look at what's on in Christchurch this weekend.

PALLET PAVILION

The folks at the big, blue Pallet Pavilion bring you a weekend of markets and live music. Today from noon to 4pm, Anissa's Vintage Market, food and drinks, followed by live music until late. See palletpavilion.com.

BALLET TRIPLE BILL

The Christchurch Academy of Ballet performs Peter and The Wolf, Under The Sea and Divertissements. Today, 12.30pm and 6pm at Elmwood School Auditorium. Adults $12, children $6. See nzballet.co.nz.

AGROPOLIS URBAN PICNIC

Check out the Urban Farm at 154 High St, then stay for a picnic. Today, workshops on composting, shed building and seed raising, from 9am to noon. Picnic follows. See facebook.com/AgropolisUrbanFarm.

YMCA CAROLS BY CANDLELIGHT

A Christchurch tradition. Carols and seasonal goodwill with the Salvation Army Band, combined choir and children's choir all near the big tree in Latimer Square on Christmas Eve. Free, 9pm-10pm.

MUSEUM SANTA SEARCH

It might be a busy time of year but you still have to amuse the kids. Try the Great Museum Santa Search. Every day (except Christmas Day) at the Canterbury Museum on Rolleston Ave until January 5. See canterburymuseum.com.

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