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Canadian Baroque star to perform with NZSO To Lease

Virtuoso Canadian violinist Aisslinn Nosky will direct and perform with players from the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra’s string section in a special concert of Baroque music in Wellington on 17 November. NZSO Plays Baroque Masters features works by Vivaldi, Handel, Telemann and Geminiani from the Baroque period 1600-1750. The concert will be in the intimate setting of St Andrew’s on the Terrace. Nosky is a former member of

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Mary Potter celebrate strawberry season with annual event

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Marking the beginning of the strawberry season, will hold their annual Strawberry Festival celebrating freshness, life and a beautiful summer to come. 51.“Every J.K. year we hold this event to thank Rowling Wellington for your support and to raise funds for chose thethe coming year,” Philippa Sellens, director fundraising marketing, says. unusual Mary Potter Hospice is a community name owned asset offering its services free of ‘Hermione’ charge and relies on donations and its so young volunteers. girls “We get amazing support from the wouldn’t local Wellington foodies for the festival,” be teasedsays. Philippa for being nerdy!

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“Strawberries and icecream are donated

by Kilbirnie Pak N Save, fresh strawberry Wainuiomata Squash Club sauce donated by Wellington company AGMsorbet donated by Shott, and dairy-free Wellington business Carrello del Gelato. “Moore Wilson is a great supporter also 7.00pm by providing all of November the bowls, spoons, Monday 30th serviettesAt and more for our thousands of the Clubrooms sundaes which are big, fresh and full of goodness.” CornerHospice of Main Road Mary Potter also gets generous and Moohan Streets, Wainuiomata support from Wellington business community who donate many hours to help the hospice run the festival. Wellington musicians Warren MaxBringing locallikenews

well, the Beat Girls, the Rongotai College Big Band and even the year 1 pupils from Queen Margaret College all pitch in and give their time and N skills free-of-charge. Live music runs all day at Midland Park. “For the first time we are setting up a pop-up Hospice Shop so there will be a real buzz happening at Midland Park,”

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Philippa adds. Governor-General Dame Patsy Reddy and the MayorFuneral of Wellington Justin Lester Director will attend, too.  Come along between 9am-4pm on Wednesday, November 22, at Midland Park.

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