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Food to warm mid-winter bellies

You can satisfy all your culinary needs – including giving your tastebuds a good tingle – by rolling on down to the Friday night food trucks in Carterton. Organiser Adele Bently said that the success of Masterton’s popular Thursday night food trucks has meant the initiative has now moved further south. If you’re wondering what to fill your empty stomach with tonight, then head on down.

    Tonight, 4.30pm-7pm, Carrington Park, High St, Carterton; entry is free and open to all ages.

Music to your ears

Tonight, Club Wairarapa will welcome Kenny Mill to play all of the music you know and love. And while you’re enjoying the greatest hits, you can get a scrumptious meal from the Whatman Restaurant, which will be open from 5.30pm. Members, affiliated members, and their guests are all welcome. If this sounds like music to your ears, then make a note to get your groove on.

    Tonight, 7.30pm-11.30pm, Club Wairarapa, 20 Essex St, Masterton; entry if free and open to all ages.

Market in your calendar

Tomorrow provides your regularly scheduled opportunity to flock to the Wairarapa Farmers Market. On offer is a bounty of fresh local produce, crafts, and handmade gifts. A coffee cart and a suite of food stalls will be there to quench any thirst and satisfy any hunger. And while you browse what’s on offer, there’s live entertainment to enjoy too.

    Saturday, 9am-1pm, Solway Showgrounds, Judds Rd, Masterton; entry is free and open to all ages.

Cool Kai festival

Tomorrow, you can head to the Waimeha Camping Village for the Waimeha Kai Festival. If you are a home cook, food lover, or self-confessed master chef, then look no further. This is your opportunity to show your culinary expertise and cook up a cunning feast to be reviewed by the panel of judges that includes celebrity chef Christall Lowe. If you think you’ve got what it takes, then don’t delay and head down on the day.

    Saturday, 3pm onwards, Waimeha Camping Village, 2805 Cape Palliser Rd, Martinborough; entry is free and open to all ages.

A bounce in Dannevirke

This weekend, Dannevirke will be home to the Inflatable Kingdom. Organisers are inviting you to dive into inflatable adventures with a giant slide, bouncy castle, toddler zone, Nerf shooting range, basketball shootout, and giant games. Fun and excitement will be guaranteed, so what are you waiting for?

    Saturday and Sunday, 10am-4pm, Home Industrial Hall, A & P Showgrounds, Neptune St, Dannevirke; entry is open to all ages, and tickets range from $5-$50 [see eventfinder.co.nz for more information].

Freddie Wilkie
Freddie Wilkie
Freddie Wilkie is a journalist at the Wairarapa Times-Age; originally moving from Christchurch, he is interested in housing stories as well as covering emergencies and crime.

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