Halloween comes to Glenview in the form of Fright Nite. Starting at 5:30pm children aged 7 up will be able to go through the haunted hall and children under 7 will be able to enter the Little Frights area. Entry fee of $2 per child will also get all children goddie bags. There are scares for the older kids and activities for the younger kids and come in costume you could win a prize bag too. Its all happening at the Glenview Community Centre on the corner of Tommin road and Glenview terrace. Fright Nite starts at 5:30pm and the gate will close about 8pm so event can finish at 8:30pm. Happy Haunting.
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Only 2 sleeps to go - this Saturday morning 14th December is our Tamahere Lions bumper Christmas Best Artisan Market
09.00 -13.00 at Tamahere Community Centre, Devine Road.
Free Entry - over 100 stalls indoor and out - so no need to worry about the weather
Gifts, crafts, food, clothes, jewellery, canvas, photography, sweets, candles, some produce, nails, bouncy castle, activities, perfumes, furniture +++++- you name it and I'm sure you'll be able to find it and buy it
- make it a date, come along, join the fun and help Tamahere Lions support local business and communities
All our proceeds, after costs, are donated to community causes, locally, nationally and internationally
As always collecting good quality clothes, toys and books for Kids In Need Waikato and glasses/spectacles for recycle to the Fred Hollows charity and aluminium wine bottle top/can ring pulls for KidsCan
The lineup for this summer's arts festival was revealed at a special gathering at Turtle Lake on Wednesday night.
There are more than 50 performances ranging from opera to immersive theatre to K-pop and many other forms of artistic expression.
The performance venue list has also expanded. It will now include the Meteor and Clarence Street theatres, Garden Place and Victoria On The River.
What do you think of the festival lineup?
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