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This evening you can get your boogie on and have a fun night courtesy of local band Ricochet at Club Wairarapa. The night will feature entertaining music with the group “playing all the songs you love”. Members and affiliated members and their guests are all welcome.

Tonight [April 19] 7.30pm – 10.30pm at Club Wairarapa, 20 Essex St, Masterton. Admission is free to members, affiliated members and guests of members and affiliated members.

I saw it in a dream

Tomorrow is your chance to learn more about yourself and your spirit with a day of ‘cartomancy’ or fortune telling. The “Psychic Readings Day” in Carterton will feature five different psychic mediums who will be available to provide unconventional insights for those who seek them. At the event, Kim Sullivan will be doing readings and automatic writing, Jordan Levy will also be reading and doing oracle cards, Anne Shanks will be reading and doing psychometry, Kathy McBride will be reading and doing past lives, and finally, the Viking Mika will be doing tarot readings.

Saturday, April 20, 10am – 5pm, Carterton Courthouse, 60 Holloway St Carterton. Entry is free, but sessions are $20 for 10 minutes, $40 for 20 minutes, or $60 for 30 minutes.

Paint ’n’ Pour

This Saturday night, Alana Mays will be hosting a ‘Paint ’n’ Pour Party’ at Masterton’s Saint Sebastian that gives patrons an opportunity to flex their artistic skills while enjoying delicious food and thirst-quenching beverages. The organisers describe it as a fun way to socialise with friends, family, or someone new. You do not need to be an artist to attend because the organiser will break the painting process down into simplified steps that are “easily achievable.”

Saturday, April 20, 3pm – 6pm, Saint Sebastian, 109 Chapel St Masterton. Attendees must be over 18; bookings can be made on
027 863 9734.

An investigation

An afternoon of marvellous mystery and entertaining intrigue is coming to Carterton on Sunday, with the promise that audiences will be captivated by this pantomime performance in honour of the famous Sherlock Holmes character that takes the intrigue of mystery and wraps it in a playful, family-friendly package. The story simplifies the plot, emphasizing humour over suspense. The whodunit element has a light touch focusing on comical misunderstanding, vibrant visuals, catchy songs, and interaction to engage both the youngest and oldest audiences.

Sunday, April 21, from 1pm, Carterton Events Centre, Holloway St, Carterton. Entry is $18 for adults, $16 for kids, $60 for a family of four-plus people, and $16 for an adult early bird.

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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