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Patchy rain with
There's heaps to do in
Te Anau this weekend
What a beauty: Having a laugh with their
catch from last year's Te Anau fishing
competition were cousins, from left,
Shaun Campbell, Daniel McPherson and
Jack Campbell. Big prizes are available for
this weekend's event.
Photo: BARRY HARCOURT
By MARY WITSEY
It'll be all action in Te Anau this
Labour Weekend, with a huge array
The lines will be cast first thing on
Saturday when the Stabicraft
Yamaha Te Anau Manapouri Fish-
ing Classic starts.
The competition happens on Lake Te
Anau and Lake Manapouri, with the
major prize an all-inclusive eight-
night trip for two to Alaska.
The total prize pool is about $40,000
covering many categories.
The Te Anau Community Events
Charitable Trust has organised an
international timber sports event
with veteran axemen from Australia
and New Zealand competing.
About 65 axemen will take part in
the event at the Te Anau rugby
The Te Anau Club's 22nd annual
fishing competition is also this
weekend. There will be separate
competitions each day, with one fish
each person daily.
Weigh-ins happen at the Te Anau
Club on Saturday and Sunday from
4pm , followed by prizegiving.
For those not into fishing there's a
massive Te Anau Community Mar-
ket on Saturday.
Organisers say 42 stallholders will
ensure a fantastic range of goods.
''It's a good opportunity to do some
early Christmas shopping,'' organ-
iser Donna Cudby said.
The market runs from 9am till 3pm
at the Real Journeys Fiordland
Community Centre in Luxmore
There're also likely to be a bargain
or two at the Te Anau Lions Club's
42nd Steptoe Auction on Saturday.
The doors open at 9am at the
Fiordland Community Centre and
entry is free.
For those with an artistic bent the
Fiordland Arts Society presents its
annual Multimedia Art Exhibition
at the Te Anau Club.
The exhibition is open from 10am till
5pm, Saturday and Sunday and 10am
till 3pm on Monday and entry is by
gold coin donation.
Top patchwork at exhibition
What: Otautau Patchwork
and Craft Group exhibition
When and where: Old
Courthouse, Main St,
Otautau. Doors were open
from 10am to 4pm, from
tomorrow through to
Entry: Gold coin donation
Patchwork Display: Otautau Patchwork and Craft Group president Monica Dolan admires a couple of locally
made quilts, some of which may be on display at this weekend's annual exhibition in Otautau.
Photo: MARY WITSEY
The creative talents of the
Otautau Patchwork and Craft
Group are on show this
Labour Weekend when the
groups host an exciting exhi-
Apart from quilts made by
local members, a selection of
New Zealand's top patchwork
designs from the Hoffman
Challenge will also be dis-
President Monica Dolan said
she was excited about the
''We're especially lucky to
have the Hoffman quilts here
in Southland -- it's just going
to add that special something
to the exhibition.''
The NZ Hoffman Challenge
was one of the country's main
quilt competitions and this
year attracted 35 entries, with
18 chosen to go on tour around
Guest exhibitor Kerrie Gow,
from Blackmount, would also
have an exciting array of her
own quilts on show at
''There's really going to be
something for everyone.''
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