Wednesday, 26 September 2018

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  • Hot Water Beach
    17 November 2018,
    Type: Event
    After a break last year, the Rising Can Festival of Whenuakite’s Hot Water Brewing Co craft beer brewery will return on 17 November this year.
  • 30 December 2018, 09:00 AM until 04:00 PM
    Type: Event
    Held at Taylor's Mistake, Albert Street, Whitianga from 9.00am to 4.00pm St John, the Hot Water Beach lifeguards, and the Volunteer Fire Brigade (among others) will be present.
  • Buffalo Beach Road, Whitianga
    1 January 2019,
    Type: Event
    Starting the year with a race, the MB Boating Club is hosting this annual event again in 2019.
  • Coromandel
    2 January 2019, 09:00 AM until 04:00 PM
    Type: Event
    The Coromandel Keltic Fair is one of New Zealand'a largest one-day fairs. The event is hosted by Coromandel Area School as a fundraiser, and all proceeds go back to them.
  • Cooks Beach
    4 January 2019, 09:00 AM until 02:00 PM
    Type: Event
    Whenuakite School will be holding another Summer Gala in Cooks Beach on Friday 4 January 2019. The gala will be held at the Central Reserve in Cooks Beach, and the postponement date is Sunday 6 January.
  • Buffalo Beach Road, Whitianga
    8 January 2019, 09:00 AM until 03:00 PM
    Type: Event
    Held at Buffalo Beach Reserve, this annual summer event is all about raising much needed funds for Mercury Bay Area School.
  • Whitianga
    27 January 2019, 11:00 AM until 06:30 PM
    Type: Event
    Another Summer Concert is coming to the Whitianga Waterways Arena on Sunday 27 January 2019. It is a full-day affair, perfect for the middle of summer. Gates open at 11.00am and the concert finishes around 6.30pm.

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