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CONCERTS AND
SHOWS
July 9: Touring stage show The Cat in the Hat is back, 10.30am and 1pm, Regent Theatre.
GIGS AND COMEDY
June 18: Sophie Morris presents Songs & Stories from the Stage, a live-stream performance, 7.30pm.
June 19: Mike Rangihika, 7.30pm, Starfish cafe & Bar.
June 19: Reggae Vibes, featuring The Yemenite, Laafta, Thief and Jungle Fari, 9pm, The Crown Hotel.
June 20: King Leo, 8pm, Dog With Two Tails.
June 20: Catgut & Steel, 8.30pm, Inch Bar.
June 21: Reb Fountain and multi-instrumentalist Dave Khan play a one-off show, 7.30pm, Dog With Two Tails.
June 21: Ronel Hunter CD release, 7.30pm at Dunedin Folk Club, 50 Dundas St.
June 24: Kerryn Fields, 8pm, Inch Bar.
June 25: The Silent Majority, 7.30pm, Dog With Two Tails.
FILM
Until July 5: Doc Edge International Film Festival 2020, with 80 films screened online.
EXHIBITIONS
Until June 19: ‘‘Follow the Cloud’’, works by Maria Kemp, Gallery De novo, 101 Stuart St.

Until June 23: ‘‘On the Wing’’, works by Mike Crawford, and ‘‘Bird Call’’, works by Chris Charteris, at Milford Galleries Dunedin.
Until June 26: ‘‘Road to Rocklands’’, works by Angela Burns, Moray Gallery, 55 Princes St.
Until June 27: ‘‘Dried Flowers‘‘, new ceramics by Madeleine Child, at
RDS Gallery, 6 Castle St (opposite Dunedin Rail
way Station).

Until October: The Brink, a new exhibition of works drawn from the permanent and loan collections, shaped around the concept of contrast, at Dunedin Public Art Gallery.
Ongoing: Building Structures, a retrospective of works by experimental artist Paul Cullen (1949-2017), Dunedin Public Art Gallery.
MEETINGS AND WORKSHOPS
June 18, 25, and July 2: Supergrans Wellness Workshops, learn strategies to reduce anxiety and stress, and live well, 1pm at Supergrans. For bookings, phone 455-0981, or email supergrans.dunedin@xtra.co.nz
June 19: Arthritis Support Group, 1pm, Hunter Centre, corner Frederick and Great King Sts. Guest speaker, from Green Prescriptions. All welcome. inquiries, phone Karen on (0274) 584-698.

June 20: Mosgiel Genealogy group meeting, 2pm, Mosgiel Methodist Church hall, Wickliffe St. Topic ‘‘skeletons in the cupboard’’. Doors open at 1pm for research session.
June 22: Bus Users Support Group Otepoti Dunedin public meeting, 1pm to 2pm, third floor meeting room, Dunedin Public Library. To discuss the Otago Regional Council’s plan to increase bus fares for children and people with disabilities.
June 23 and 30: SuperGrans Cooking 101, basic cooking skills and ideas for healthy eating, 10am to noon, at SuperGrans, South Dunedin mall. Inquiries, phone 455-0981 or email supergrans.dunedin@xtra.co.nz

June 24, July 1, 8, and 13: Taieri Age Connect information and social hub, 10am to 1pm on Wednesdays, Senior Citizens Hall, opposite Mosgiel New World. All over 55s welcome for a chat or try your hand at needlework, knitting, or art. Inquiries, phone (021) 254-3232.
June 26, July 10 and 24: Taieri Age Connect Community Singing Group, 9.30am to 10.30am every second Friday, Mosgiel Senior Citizens Hall. All welcome.
July 8: Otago Pioneer Women’s Memorial Association annual meeting, noon, 365 Moray Pl. Guest speakers. BYO lunch or email opwmai@gmail.com to order lunch ($10).
GARDEN EVENTS
June 20: Outram Garden Club meeting, 1.30pm in Outram Community Hall. AGM with general meeting to follow.
GENERAL EVENTS
June 18 and 25: Cards 500 playing again, 1.30pm to 4pm every Thursday, Senior Citizens Hall, Mosgiel. Inquiries, phone Tony Robinson on 489-2197.
June 20: Mosgiel Market, 10am to 1pm, Senior Citizens Hall, 5 Hartstonge Ave, Mosgiel.
June 20 and 27: Otago Farmers Market, 8am to 12.30pm, Dunedin Railway Station north-end carpark, Anzac Ave.
June 21: Port Chalmers Community Market re-starts, 10am to 2pm, village green, opposite 4 Square.