Event Guide

Marlborough

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SPORTS
 
RUGBY Senior Club Rugby will take place over 2 rounds from the 20th of June. Junior Rugby will start go until the start of Term 3
 
FOOTBALL Marlborough Football is looking forward to all Junior, Youth & Senior Football starting back this Saturday 13th June, We hope everyone has a great season and enjoys being back out there!’
 
NETBALL
Year 5 & 6 Player Development Programe during the July School Holidays
14th & 15th of July from 10am until 2pm at Stadium 200

Year 7 & 8 Play Development Programme during the July School Holidays
6th, 7th & 8th of July between 10am and 2pm at Stadium 2000
 
 
EVENTS
 
Picton Scottish Country Dancing Club
Every Wednesday at 7.30pm in Picton Little Theatre
Beginners welcome, no partner needed and the first class is free

 

Omaka Marae
On the rise of Matariki, the Aunties of Omaka Marae have something a little bit special planned. They're on the hunt for five local ‘lockdown stars’ to attend a special, red carpet Matariki dinner. All you have to do is tell us who your ‘lockdown star’ is and why. no act of kindness is too big or small, they want to hear them all.   Nominations close Friday, July 3 

Marlborough Art & Wine Fair
Come and view the latest art by Brian Baxter, Clarry Neame, Joanna Dudson-Scott and Liz Anderson. For the duration of their exhibition, Hospice Marlborough will stand to benefit from a percentage of every art sale. These celebrated local artists will be exhibiting from 29 June – 12 July at The Wine Station 11am-6pm daily. Free entry

Matarki Neon Run
Celebrate the Maori New Year at the Matariki Neon Run happening on the 17th of July. Starting from the Port Malrborough Pavilion at 5:30pm, its only $5 entry and you’ll receive a glow in the dark wrist band apart of your entry. 

Marlborough Farmers Market
On every Sunday at the A&P Show grounds from 9am until 12pm.
Local Farmers selling fresh vegies, fruit, cheese and honey. It is free to attend and has live music throughout the markets.

Blenheim Rottay Market Bootsale.
On every Saturday in Blenheim from 8am. Open to any locals who which to sell goods for $5, with all funds going towards the Blenheim Rottary.