What’s On September 5

Making music . . . St Kilda Brass members Emilia Haszard and Ah-lek Tay will perform in "Something borrowed, something blue" at St Peter's Caversham on Saturday at 2pm. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

September 7: “Something borrowed, something blue”, St Kilda Brass Band concert, 2pm, St Peter’s Caversham, Hillside Rd. Tickets at door.

Tomorrow: Enjoy The Feel Good Fridays’ tasty take on jazz, funk, pop and soul classics, live, Carousel Bar, upstairs at 141 Stuart St, Fridays, 8pm-10pm.

Today: South Dunedin Dance Club social sequence dancing, 7.30pm, South Dunedin Community Hall. Beginners’ introduction 6-7pm. All welcome. Inquiries: Julie 454-6546.
September 14: “Varnam – Colours”, Natyaloka School of Indian Dance eighth anniversary showcase, 6.30pm, Kavanagh College auditorium.

Today: The Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgement Day will be showing at Otago Museum at 6.30pm and 8.35pm. Tickets are available from the Otago Museum Info Desk, or online.
September 7: Late-night shows in the Perpetual Guardian Planetarium, Otago Museum. 7.30pm: Capcom GO! The Apollo Story (3D), 8.30pm: The Sky Tonight, 9.30pm: Sea Monsters.

September 1-14: Works by Judy Ringland Stewart and Anne McLean, at Stuart St Potters Co-op, 14 Stuart St.
September 7: Wakari Art Group Exhibition & Sale of Work. Meridian Mall. 9am-6pm Wednesday-Friday, 10am-4pm Saturday.
Until September 13: The Female of the Species – A Celebration of Women in History, De Beer Gallery, Special Collections, University of Otago Central Library.
September 15-28: Works by Lindsay Doebler and Kate Springford, at Stuart St Potters Co-op, 14 Stuart St.
Until September 29: “In Motion: The Moving Parts of Contemporary Art”, Sara Hughes, Tiffany Singh, Rebecca Baumann, and Haines + Hinterding, Dunedin Public Art Gallery.
Until September 29: “Ka paroro o haumumu: Coastal Flows – Coastal Incursions”, Alex Monteith, Dunedin Public Art Gallery.
Until October 6: “Us v Them”, Tony de Lautour, Dunedin Public Art Gallery.
Until October 25: “Kapa Ma”, Kalisolaite ‘Uhila, Dunedin Public Art Gallery.
Until November 24: “Dare to be Wise”, University of Otago 150th anniversary exhibition at Otago Museum.
Until December 1: “Style & Substance: A journey through the collection”, Dunedin Public Art Gallery.

Until February 9: “James Cameron – Challenging the Deep”, ocean exploration exhibition, Otago Museum Special Exhibition Gallery.

Today: Mosgiel Age Connect 500 card game group, 1.30pm, Senior Citizens Rooms, opposite New World Mosgiel. All welcome. Contact: Tony Robinson 489-2197.September 9: Mornington/Roslyn NZ Friendship Ladies Club meets at 10am in the Mornington Bowling Club hall, English Ave. We welcome Spring with a special morning tea. All welcome. Contact Marianne on 453-4772.
September 9: Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement class, 5.30-6.30pm, Quaker Meeting House, 15 Park St. Info and booking: 453-6043 or 021122-1421.
September 10: Seniors’ Tuesday Club, Caversham Presbyterian Church, Thorn St, 10:30am. Speaker – Murray Rixon on beekeeping. Bring money for honey. New members most welcome. Any enquiries, phone Jan 484-7223.
September 11: Refugee Support Group. A function at Nanking will mark 30 years since the group started. All former committee members, advisers, trustees, sponsors and teachers welcome. For more information contact Dyna 0271182-4199 or Anne 474-0127.
September 18: New illustration and creative drawing 10-week tutored course at Olveston, Wednesday evenings 6pm-8.30pm. Learn colour illustration and creative drawing. Contact: 022 461 2561 or jo@livingart.co.nz
September 22: Botanical art and illustration 10-week tutored course at Olveston. Sunday afternoons, 3pm-5.30pm. Learn the art of botanical illustration. Contact: 022 461 2561 or jo@livingart.co.nz.

September 10: Dunedin Garden Lovers meeting, 1.30pm, St Andrew Street Church of Christ, corner St Andrew and Filleul Sts. Floral demonstration, sales table. New members welcome. Inquiries: Pam 488-2285.
September 10: Dunedin Gardening Club meets at 7.30pm in the Church of Christ Hall, corner Filleul/St Andrew Sts. Speaker is Gillian Vine, her topic is tulips. Normal monthly competitions – spontaneous flower is a hyacinth. All welcome. Contact Midge 488 2796.

Today: “Readings by Harbour light”, 7.30pm first Thursday of the month, Macandrew Bay boating club rooms. Bring a reading of your choice (5-10mins long) to reflect on with others. BYO drinks and nibbles to share. Info: Annie 022-3130-818.September 11: Taieri Garden Club, Mosgiel Presbyterian Church Hall, Church St at 7.30pm. Speaker is Louise Ardley on lily cultivation. Competition table, sales table, supper.
September 12: Heritage Roses Savoy afternoon tea, “A Unique Victorian Garden Cemetery”, 2.30-4.30pm. Reservations: 477-4748.
September 14: Spring Market, 9am-11am, Caversham Presbyterian Church, 61 Thorn St. Stall inquiries: 487-7177 or 487-6367.
September 15: Caledonian Society of Otago Inc’s “Spring Fling” dinner. Upstairs function centre, Edgar Centre, noon. $50 per person. Traditional Scottish dinner, wonderful entertainment, haggis ceremony. Tickets available from The Scottish Shop, 17 George St. RSVP to John: johnstin@kinect.co.nz or 021088-63442.
September 28 and 29: Blueskin Garden Club is holding its annual Spring Flower Show in Waitati Hall. Entries accepted free of charge, on Saturday from 10am-1pm and open for public viewing and prizegiving on Sunday from 10am until after the prizegiving at 3pm. For more information please phone Lyn 482-2896 or Daphne 482-2428.

September 8: Bible class reunion, 5-8pm, Burns Hall (behind First Church). All former members invited. RSVP: bibleclass@firstchurchotago.org
Labour Weekend 2020: Sacred Heart School will celebrate the 125th anniversary of its opening in North East Valley. Anyone interested in attending, please email reunion125@sacredheartdn.school.nz