What’s on in South Canterbury: September 24-26


Kimmy Do shows off Timaru’s Wetlands Cafe South Canterbury Outstanding Food Festival dish.

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Kimmy Do shows off Timaru’s Wetlands Cafe South Canterbury Outstanding Food Festival dish.

While many events have been cancelled or postponed due to alert level 2, for those happenings still going ahead masks must be worn and a 2-metre social distance maintained.

FRIDAY:

Party: From 3pm at Richard Pearse Tavern, 118 Le Cren St, Timaru, Rock 2000 Countdown Party.

SUNDAY:

Badminton: 11am-6pm at Aorangi Trust Stadium, Morgans Rd, Timaru. South Island Badminton Tournament doubles only with three divisions and 24 teams.

ONGOING

Scoff: From 8am-11pm until October 3. Scoff 2021 (South Canterbury Outstanding Food Festival) is all about food as participating eateries celebrate the region’s outstanding growers, producers and artisan creators with Scoff specials.

Oktober Beer Fest: 11.30am until late every day until September 30 at Street Food Kitchen, 2 George St, Timaru.

Temuka Community Market: 10am-1pm on Saturdays in the Temuka Town Square.

Timaru Artisan Farmers Market: 9am-12.30pm on Saturdays, 2 George St.

Waimate Community Market: 9am-12pm on Saturdays at Seddon Sq in Waimate.

York Street Gallery of Fine Art: Open Fridays and Saturdays, 11am-3pm and by appointment at 21 York St, Timaru. Landscapes, abstracts and still life by Takapō/Tekapo artist Rosemary Campbell until October 7.

Aigantighe Art Gallery: 12pm-4pm weekends and 10am-4pm weekdays, closed on Mondays. Two exhibitions by South Canterbury Pottery Group, titled The Alchemists, and more than 70 handworks by Aoraki Embroiderers’ Guild until October 18.



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