TE ANAU offers plenty to see and do during Queen’s Birthday Weekend, from Friday, June 4 to Monday, June 7.
28th Annual Te Anau Friends of the Library Annual Book sale
An event which is one not to be missed with thousands of treasures for bookworms of all ages. Tables will be laden with books, magazines, cassettes, DVDs and more at the Fiordland Community Events Centre, Friday, 6pm-9pm, and Saturday, 9am-4pm.
Fiordland Squash Club annual Open Squash tournament
Fiordland Squash Courts, Luxmore Dr, Friday to Sunday.
Fiordland Sunday Market
Te Anau Club, cnr Pop Andrew Dr and Jackson St, Monday, 10am-2pm. Pottery, mosaics, natural soaps, plants including natives, baking, sushi, jam and pickles, clothing, jewellery and wooden products, knitting, candles, food stalls and lots more. For inquiries phone Merle Buchanan on 03 249 8404 or 021 158 6686 or check out the Fiordland Sunday Market Facebook page.
Te Anau Community Market
Held in the Fiordland Community Events Centre stadium, Monday, 9am-3pm. A huge selection of stallholders, from clothing to wooden products, children’s accessories and toys, jewellery, homewares, books, gifts and so much more from throughout Southland and Otago. Phone Alana on 027 202 3294, email firstname.lastname@example.org or find it on Facebook.
Fiordland Players Theatre Group
Monday, 10.30am-noon, 18 Captain Roberts Rd. Experienced actor and director Jade Gillies is coming to Te Anau to teach acting skills. Gillies has his own theatre, The Purple Curtain, where he runs drama classes for about 60 Southland children every week. Registration is limited to 20 children. Register at www.gilliescreative.com
Te Anau Disc Golf
Played amid beautiful surroundings, taking in 18-holes, at Ivon Wilson Park. Buy discs from Mitre 10 or hire or buy discs from Outside Sports. You can connect on the “U Disc app”.