Get away with friends, shop, play some sport, have fun, stare at the sea.
Welcome to Town. Here’s Glenn Carley.
Friday night 13/5
From a quiet start to a rocking end. Join us from 7 at the Ocean Sports Club as the guy with the stunning voice, Glenn Carley takes us through some smooth 70’s to rocking 80’s and 90’s.
Glenn’s one of the North’s favourite performers. It’s low key when it has to be, rocking its socks when it needs to be.
Wonderful platters, a glass of bubbles on arrival and brilliant sounds at the club with the million-dollar view.
Note this is a club with club prices at the bar.
7 to 10.
Wentworth Valley Walk
Saturday 14, 8.30 a.m.
Sensational walk and a great way to blow out Friday Night or start the weekend. Follows an easy grade alongside the Wentworth River, with two bridged crossings, before climbing to a good view of the falls. The falls are in two drops of about 20 metres each. From here, a steeper tramping track leads to a basin at the top of the falls.
Our ‘local’ will show you the way and share some history.
Meet at The Falls Track. Wentworth Valley Road, first past the golf course.
We leave sharp at 9am.
6 km return 2.5 hours.
The Art Class
Saturday 14, 9.00 a.m.
Heather Watt and Sue Jamieson are two of our most contemporary artists. Their 3-hour workshop at the Whangamata Memorial Hall will be a highlight of the weekend.
They offer several different media to work with including paint, fabrics etc providing a sense of creativity and fun.
Get your friends together and release the artist inside you at this brand-new event for WWW.
Learn more about Heather here: Heather Watt Create
And Sue Jamieson under Artisans on the www.artscollective.co.nz
Price includes all materials and light refreshments.
Limit of 12. (just 7 left at March 4)
Whenuakura Island Tour (Kayak or SUP)
Saturday 14, 9.30 a.m.
Surfsup is Whangamata's premier tour operator.
The experience includes a 2hr guided kayak paddle to the Whangamata Wild Life Sanctuary OR choose the Whitebait River to Sea tour on Otahu River on SUPs.
Includes: Wild Woman Guide, Life Jackets, Wetsuits, Dry bags, Snorkel gear, Kayaks or SUPs.
Here's a local video just released about Whenuakura
Limit 20 per trip.
Meet at Island View Reserve, off Rangi Road at 9.30 for 10 a.m. depart. http://www.surfsup.nz/
If weather too bad for either event, we'll refund.
Walking Through Your Wardrobe, with Mary Silverton
Saturday 14, 11.00 a.m.
Mary Silverton from Self-Image Styling returns in 2022 with a new workshop. Hugely popular year after year, Mary presents this unique session. Mary partners with local boutiques like Bettie Munro, and the session is interactive and informative.
Is your wardrobe a bit of a shambles?
Do you have a wardrobe full of clothes but "nothing" to wear?
Do you struggle to work out how and what clothes go together?
This workshop is for you - how to audit and organise your wardrobe, determine what is missing, and build a capsule wardrobe with essential pieces.
Includes motivation and inspiration, 'tricks of the trade' styling tips and a look at the latest trends for winter.
Learn more here
Saturday 11 a.m. to 12.30
The Whangamata Club
404 Port Road.
35 ppx max.
Smoky Pallet-Wild 80's night
Saturday 14, 7.30 p.m.
Smoky Pallet Presents: “The Wild 80’s Party Night” with "Turn it Up" Jono
What you want, when you want, where you want- from 7.30 p.m.
Jono played at WWW in 2019 and was a huge hit.
"Well what an amazing weekend I had – best in a long long time".
Price includes platter food and first drink
Yoga, Real You
Sunday 15, 10.00 a.m.
Nicole Harris has been with WWW since the beginning- 5 years and is always sold out. She believes that only alongside a healthy mind,
body and soul we can truly "live our life to its full potential”.
"Nicole has a calmness and style I have never found before..."
The Whangamata Club
404 Port Road.
40 ppx max
Sunday 15, 11.15 a.m.
Wind down the weekend with this intimate, informative session. Staged at the The Whangamata Club in their private meeting room this may make the weekend the best ever.
Join Romina on a delicious journey to honour the connection to yourself and others and to get in touch with your sensuality.
She'll guide you to reconnect with your own power, your own wisdom and your own pleasure.
Be ready to dive into the mystery of your femininity and reconnect with who you really are.
BTW It's a BYOB.
Bring your own blindfold.
11.15 to 1 p.m
Upstairs at The Whangamata Club
404 Port Road
Limit of 35.