Kaikoura Hop 2019

Kaikoura Hop 2019

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Wednesday 18 Sept
Early Birds Quiz Night

Thursday 19 Sept
Cruise to Picton
Drive In Movie

Friday 20 Sept
Poker Run
Shed Tour
Rock the night away with Bands n Bars

Saturday 21 Sept
Show n Shine
Live Band
Miss Kaikoura Hop
Markets
Trade Stalls
Helicopter Rides
Rock n Roll Dance
THE GREASE THEMED WEDDING OF FONZ & DOUG

Sunday 22 Sept
Morning – Drags
Afternoon – Burnouts

The Big Easter Egg Hunt

The Big Easter Egg Hunt

For the whole family in the holidays, this Easter egg hunt is for different ages. 1-4, 5-10 and 10+ with face painting, activities, a sausage Sizzle with drinks… all brought to you by the Lions Club of Seaward Kaikoura.

It’s free, so turn on up with your picnic rug and have some fun.

11am-2pm at Churchill Park, Opposite the Hospital

Sat 20th April

Stand Up Comedy – Arise Sir Tim & BALDMcC – a new knight for a new day!

Stand Up Comedy – Arise Sir Tim & BALDMcC – a new knight for a new day!

Back by popular demand – we welcome Gary McCormick (Moore FM DJ) and Sir Tim Shadbolt (Mayor of Invercargill) for a night of stand up comedy

Thursday 18 April. Starts at 7.30pm. Upstairs at the Lobster Inn. $40 per ticket, including snacks. Come early for a full meal or order during the evening. Open bar.

Support this Kaikoura Suburban School fundraiser. Limited tickets available at the i-SITE or Suburban School (cash only)

With thanks to our sponsors – Lobster Inn & Bella Vista Kaikoura.

Contact: office@ks.school.nz with any queries

AN EVENING OF LAUGHTER WITH GARY McCORMICK & MAYOR TIM

AN EVENING OF LAUGHTER WITH GARY McCORMICK & MAYOR TIM

Stand-Up comedy at its best!
The Mayor Tim and McCormick comedy show may be a bit different from contemporary comedy
insofar as it is “family friendly,” satirical and covers the big canvas of New Zealand life.
A fundraiser for Kaikōura Suburban School, this will be an entertaining evening as the pair take a humorous approach to not only their own lives – but life in New Zealand over the past fifty years.
Limited tickets available from Kaikōura Suburban School or the Kaikōura i-Site.