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Nelson Mail - 2021-11-26

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What’s On

Culture

■ Comedian Guy Williams, who grew up in Nelson, will present a stand-up comedy show at the Chanel Arts Centre in Motueka on Sunday, 8pm-9.15pm. Tickets $28 online through Eventfinda. His two Nelson city shows on November 30 and December 1 are sold out. ■ Japanese inspired exhibition Offerings to the Happiness Gods at Quiet Dog Gallery, Wakatu Lane, Nelson. The exhibition, by Aaron Scythe, Georgia Barber and Tsubaki Scythe, runs until December 23. ■ BAM2021, an end-of-year exhibition by bachelor of arts and media students, at Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology until December 5. At G-Space Gallery and 2nd Floor G Block, Nile St, Nelson. 10am-3pm daily. ■ Divas by Ynes Guevara at The Suter Art Gallery, depicting Latin divas of the 1920s. Until December 4. Free admission. ■ Yoga on the Beach, Tāhunanui. Saturday and Sunday, 8am-9.10am, weather permitting; $5. ■ The Latin America & Spain Film Festival is back for a second season at NMIT in Nelson. Fridays and Saturdays, until December 4, 322 Hardy St, Nelson. ■ Whānau Mārama: The NZ International Film Festival Nelson programme screens until December 1, featuring 51 films from 21 countries, at The Pastorius-Waller Theatre at the Suter Art Gallery. Ticket sales online at nziff.co.nz or suter.statecinemas.co.nz. ■ The Nelson Market is back, following Covid-19 guidelines. 8am-1pm. Montgomery Square. ■ Chicks that Fix at Brightwater Motors. First Thursday of each month 6pm-7.30pm, women can learn somemechanic and maintenance basics. For more information, visit brightwatermotors.co.nz. ■ Nelson Farmers Market, Halifax St beside Elma Turner Library 8am-1.30pm Wednesdays, rain or shine. ■ Tākaka’s Village Market is held each Saturday at the Takaka Library Carpark, 9am-1.30pm.

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