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Sat 1 Mar 2014, 12:00pm–12:00am
Sun 2 Mar 2014, 6:30am–12:00pm

Where: The Arty House, 372 Wairoa Road, Te Puna, Tauranga, Bay of Plenty

Restrictions: All Ages

Listed by: David Aupapa

Nestled in the magical area of Te Puna with a beautiful rural outlook over looking the Wairoa River.

Gather your family, your kids, friends, picnic hamper, your rug, your deck chair, sun block, and head out to enjoy workshops, food, live music and entertainment with plenty of visual stimulation of all that is The Arty House.

Free camping comes with your entry ticket (see website) if you choose to stay.

16 hours of festivities over 2 days

A positive, safe and family friendly environment.

If you like music, gardening, food and doing arty stuff this festival is for you.

The theme is 'sharing of abundance' based around harvesting Nashi at The Arty House 372 Wairoa Rd on the outskirts of Tauranga. Running from noon - 11pm Saturday 1st March - 6.30am-noon Sunday 2nd March with workshops pertaining to food growing, harvesting and preserving as well as fun activities, self care, a chill zone and live entertainment.

Saturday evening brings a shared harvest supper (you are encouraged to bring food to share or purchase from stall holders) accompanied by beautiful live acoustic original singer song writer Monique Holden, then get ready to shake the night away to traditional Cook Island drumming, ukelele and ura (dancing) and live band to get you dancing.

Please refer the website for a comprehensive outline of the festival with comprehensive ticketing information.

Phone phone Tessa on 0272329940 for further information if required.

No eftpos on site.

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