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Wednesday July 11, 2018

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Events Calendar • Wairarapa One Act Play Festival Carterton Events Centre, Holloway St, Carterton Saturday 28 July, 7:00pm–10:30pm • Ventana Creative Collective 8 Kitchener St, Martinborough Friday 3 August, 7:00pm–9:00pm • Pangaea (New Delhi) NZ Tour Kiwi Hall, 64 Bell St, Featherston Wednesday 8 August, 7:00pm–9:00pm • Wairarapa Family Fun Pass Various venues

What’s cool in the


Oversew Fashion Awards — Sunday Matinee The Oversew Fashion Awards, New Zealand’s only upcycled Fashion Awards Show and design competition, is celebrating its sixth year. This year it’s called 'New Beginnings' and includes Some of these changes include several all-new categories: Ath-leisure, Streetstyle, Night Life and Show Stoppers with prizes for menswear and mini collections, young and tertiary designers. What's different about Oversew is that entrants must use at least 80 percent pre-worn clothing as their materials. Designers are encouraged to design with zero waste in mind, which makes for a very exciting brief resulting in some stunning one off creations.

AMOS Constructions Menswear Modelled by Jordie Ellicock, Kody Kingi, Cailean Tearle, Mitchell Harman, Michael Mells, Ceyane Estanes. PHOTOGRAPHY MASANORI UDAGAWA

Upcycling not only minimises waste and reduces landfill, it could also be seen as a solution to the world wide epidemic of fast fashion and consumption. This is fashion with meaning and a pulse! Once again, the awards team are working with their partner sponsor,

Earthcare Environmental, who has been there from the beginning.

The Sunday matinee show, the only one with tickets still available, begins at the Carterton Events Centre in the heart of the Wairarapa at 2pm, with the doors opening at 1.30pm. (The Saturday Awards night sold out three weeks ago.)

The Fell Locomotives and Railway — a must see over these holidays or winter Experience the fully restored “Fell” locomotive H 199 Mount Cenis, the only surviving locomotive of its type in the world, and the history of the famous Rimutaka Incline the steepest railway in New Zealand where six “Fell” engines operated from 1878 to 1955, also includes a film of a journey on the

railway in 1949. This Museum is popular with visitors of all ages, and was made famous by children’s author Joy Cowley in the children's book “Hero of the Hill”. A must see during the school holidays or over the winter months.

Shop for your woollies at the Museum of Sheep and Shearing

All the atmosphere at the

PUKEMANU! Bar and Eatery NZ’S MOST BEAUTIFUL CITY Just 90 minutes from your doorstep

Award-Winners Best Beef and Lamb Excellence 2018

(06) 306 9606 The Square, Martinborough

Welcome to The Wool Shed Museum, and see what we’ve got in our large retail section. Located just one and a half hours from Wellington, we’re a hands-on heritage museum in Masterton. And much, much more to stimulate your knowledge for history and actual activities on sheep farms. We are

a visitor attraction of international quality and we welcome visitors from all over New Zealand as well as thousands of visitors from around the world. Top off your visit to The Wool Shed by browsing among the many wool products and souvenir items in our shop.

Kings Woodworking Company — sustainably-grown timber Kings Woodworking is based in Carterton. Our factory and office, which services clients throughout the country, also features a showroom and museum. Be sure to pop in, next time you are in our part of the world. These days, Kings offers its customers a

wide range of attractive sustainably-grown timbers. When you select a timber from this range, you are not only getting a natural product of great beauty, you are also endorsing the many good things that sustainable forestry does for the planet.

Let natural timber be your inspiration • G4 Timbertop • Lasergrain doors, • Waiariki basins, • Bespoke joinery • Commissioned kitchen designs. KINGS WOODWORKING COMPANY Broadway, Carterton 06 379 8812

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Independent Herald 11-07-18

Independent Herald 11-07-18  

Independent Herald 11-07-18