What's on in South Canterbury: 21-23 April, 2017
Exhibition Susan Badcock: Susan Badcock Studio, Geraldine. Her newest works Still Life with Peonies, with new works from John Badcock also, up until April 30.
Exhibitions at Aigantighe: Pat White's Gallipoli, and Jane Powell's Fluidity. At the Aigantighe Art Gallery on Wai-iti Rd. Up until May 21. Free entry.
Exhibition at York Street Gallery of Fine Art: 11am, Ruth Kiloran's exhibition of paintings and sculptures will be on display.
Famlan Farm Park: Animal fact finding quiz. Come and find answers to the questions and go in the draw to win a prize. The draw will take place on Sunday 30 April at 3pm. Winter hours are Tuesday to Saturday 10am - 3.30pm and Sunday 12 - 3.30pm. For further information visit famlan.co.nz, follow us on Facebook or contact Richard on 021 458 583.
Friendly meet up: 9.30am - 1.30pm at Harlequins Rugby Club rooms on Church St. We provide for the senior citizens of Timaru and wider area a friendly place to come for friendship. Everyone is welcome, just pop in, no booking required. For further information please contact Robyn on 6877581 between 10am and 3pm.
Rock 'n roll lessons: 7.30pm at the RSA on Wai-iti Rd. The eight week long course starts on May 5. Phone Pierre 027 546 3896.
Friday - Saturday
Show: South Canterbury Drama League Junior Section presents Disney's Alice in Wonderland Jnr. From 7pm each night with a 2pm matinee on Saturday, at the Theatre Royal. Tickets from iticket.co.nz/events/2017/apr/disneys-alice-in-wonderland-junior
Art Bonanaza: at Gleniti Baptist Church, 59 Gleniti Rd, Timaru. Thursday and Friday from 9am - 3.30pm, then Saturday 9am until noon. A fundraiser for Life Fight, works of fine art for viewing and sale, entry fees and commission to go to Life Fight rescue missions. Free entry, donations welcome.
Saturday - Sunday
Timaru Horticultural Society's Autumn Show: at the Caroline Bay Hall. This year's Autumn show will have a harvest festival theme. Entry is $3 for non-members, society members are free as are children. To enter your own blooms you do not need to be a member of the Society. Contact Jenni Young on 684 7676 for details.
Altrusa Bazaar: 9am - 12pm, Celtic Sports Centre, corner of Browne St and Craigie Ave. Come along and grab a bargain, fabric, wool, craft items and more.
Geraldine Farmers Market: 9am to 12.30pm, at St Mary's Church car park at 77 Talbot St in Geraldine. Fresh seasonal fruit, vegies, plants, flowers, baking and much more! Live music every market.
Timaru Farmers Market: 9am to 12.30pm at Community House car park on Strathallan St. Fresh seasonal produce, local growers, producers and farmers.
Waimate Market: 9.30am to 12pm at the Waimate District Council car park. Fresh produce, craft, and more. Phone 03 689 7967 or 03 689 7905.
Car wash: 9am to 1pm at the RSA building on Wai-iti Rd. Phone 688 4123. Car for $5, SUV or van for $8.
Justice of the Peace: 10am to 12pm at the Timaru Library. South Canterbury Justices of the Peace are in attendance to witness and certify documents. No charge.
Artist talk: 1pm at the Aigantighe Art Gallery, Wai-iti Rd, hear Pat White talk about his current show Gallipoli. Free entry.
17th Century music: 7.30pm at Bank St Chapel, Timaru. Poise and Passion features Polly Sussex (viols) and Jonathan Le Cocq (theorbo, baroque guitar) playing French music by Marin Marais and his contemporaries. It will cost adults $20 each, while children can attend for free. Supported by Creative Communities NZ (Timaru). Bookings at Newman's Musicworks 03 6885597.
Documentary: 11am - 5.30pm with two intermissions at Community House, 27 Strathallan St, Timaru, The Phenomenon Bruno Groening. On the tracks of the Miracle Healer - a special kind of documentary enthusiastic viewers and first healings. Free but donations appreciated. Organised by the Bruno Gröning Circle of Friends, phone 0210360253 for further details.
Genealogy: 1.30pm to 4.30pm in the research room at the South Canterbury Museum. South Canterbury Branch of New Zealand Society of Genealogists can help with your family history at South Canterbury Museum.