They came from all over to Paeroa. The atmosphere of the Paeroa’s 31st Highland Games and Tattoo this past Sunday, 11 February was one of great excitement and enjoyment.
Well not quite. It is very difficult to actually consume one two litre tub of ice cream in a hurry.
The renowned New Zealand Christian singer, guitarist and songwriter Jules Riding will bring his music to Thames and Whitianga in three concerts this coming weekend.
The best Saturday afternoon menu – Fantastic location, Phil Hart and ‘Dem Bones’ band with their superb music, Walnut and Fig food truck with a fine menu of food and drink, a great cause helping cancer sufferers locally, a generous host, Shaun Jackson, and of course the sun shone, mostly.
BayJam market area in Whitianga’s Taylors Mistake So much great good and music and all around town.
What a great turn up of motor bikes, riders, friends and supporters to Mercury Bay Club, Whitianga on Saturday morning, 20 January for the 22nd annual Peninsula Poker Run organised by Peninsula Riderz Whitianga.
In a significant development for the Mercury Bay and Coromandel Eastern Seaboard arts communities, a feasibility study has been completed, affirming the critical need for a public arts centre in the region.
Celebrating the Coromandel’s finest with markets, music, and food. Whitianga will come alive on Sunday the 28th of January, with a variety of local music, artisanal food, and the charm of Mercury Bay cafes, bars & businesses.
A mega talented line up of international acts consisting of Rud Stewart, Mick Harvey and Amanda Acevedo, and Sassafras Bluegrass Band are set to headline and wow Whitianga music lovers at the Monkey House Lounge and Cabaret Bar the first weekend of February.
The poker run The Peninsula Riderz on their way to do the Coromandel loop raising funds for St Johns Ambulance and enjoying the ride.
300 cyclists from America preparing to tour parts of the Coromandel today part of a cyclists cruise – Traveling on The Star Breeze cruise liner.
Sir Dave sang all his original well-loved songs – Slice of Heaven, You Oughta Be In Love, Loyal, Love You Like I Should, and the crowd of over 2,000 sang along – almost every single word of the lyrics they sang from memory. Dave Dobbyn, KNZM is 67. This Knight of the Realm didn’t miss a be…
Victor Frankl is one of the great psychiatrists of the twentieth century. He survived the death camps of Nazi Germany. His little book, ‘Man’s Search for Meaning’ is ‘one of those life changing books that everyone should read.
Celebrating the Coromandel’s fi nest with markets, music, movies, entertainment and food