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Capital Productions Summer 2012-2013 Events Summary

Capital Productions Summer 2012-2013 Events Summary

Civic Crafts

Saturday 1 Dec 2012, 10am-5pm, Cuba St between Wakefield and Manners Streets. Stalls with beautiful local crafts and creative items.

Karori Fair Day

Saturday 8 Dec 2012, 10am-3pm, Karori Community Centre grounds Karori Rd. Crafts and kids activities.

Khandallah Village Fair

Sunday 9 Dec 2012, 10am-3pm, Ganges Rd Khandallah. Quality handcrafts, music stages, talent contest for children.

Aro Valley Summer Fun

Every Saturday in January 2013, 10am-10pm, Aro Park and Community Centre, 48 Aro St. Markets, bands and music, films, cafe, bike polo, bike rides, workshops, family activities.

BMX Jump Ramp Day

Saturday 19 January 2013, 10am-4pm, Days Bay Eastbourne. BMX jump ramp off the wharf, craft and food stalls, kids rides, music.

Birdman Wellington

Monday 21 January 2013, 10am-5pm. Crazy costumes jumping off the wharf competition in conjunction with Forest & Bird; markets, stages, food, kids rides.

Kilbirnie Festival

Sunday 10 March 2013, 10am-4pm, Bay Rd Kilbirnie. Huge market, with several stages, kids activities areas, food stalls.

Aro Valley Fair

Saturday 23 March 2013 (Sunday 24 if wet), Aro Park and Community Centre, 48 Aro St. Music stages, crafts and food stalls, community activities.


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