Loka YogaLoka Yoga Contact: Sharon Thatcher
Loka Yoga is a modern, purpose built Yoga Studio located four minutes from the centre of town. Classes are tailored to suit beginner and intermediate practitioners, with focus on safety and structural alignment.
Various classes are available, including blended style general yoga, gentle yin yoga, beginners, mobility/flexibility yoga, pregnancy and post pregnancy yoga. Regular alignment workshops are held, and private lessons, corporate groups and yoga therapy are available by appointment.
Marlborough Artisan MarketMarlborough Artisan Market
Highlighting the best of Marlborough art, crafts, food and produce. Come along and browse our stalls every week. Every Saturday morning (rain or shine). 9.30am to 1.00pm, Wynen Street Carpark (behind Market Street). Ph: 027 848 0463 or email Debbie on email@example.com
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Marlborough Fayre Morris DancersMarlborough Fayre Morris Dancers Contact: Miriam McNamara
We meet Tuesdays 7.30pm, Spring Creek Hall, Spring Creek. Bring your sense of rhythm & sense of fun! Phone Miriam or Phyllis for more info.
Marlborough Poultry Pigeon & Cage Bird AssociationMarlborough Poultry Pigeon & Cage Bird AssociationAnimals
Marlborough Stamp Collectors Club (MSCC)Marlborough Stamp Collectors Club (MSCC)
Meet 3rd Sunday of each month 2pm at the Redwood Cross Room. No meeting in Janurary.
Marlborough Tramping ClubMarlborough Tramping Club
Hold day trips every Wednesday & Sunday and the occasional weekend trip. All grades & Visitors are most welcome, but bookings prior to Monday are essential for Wednesday.
Millennium Public Art GalleryMillennium Public Art Gallery Contact: Cressida Bishop
The Millennium Art Gallery is Marlborough’s public art gallery and opened in December 1999. It is located in the centre of Blenheim opposite Seymour Square and presents a high-quality programme of regularly changing, curated art exhibitions and events.
The Gallery’s exhibitions feature significant New Zealand artists including Ralph Hotere, Bill Culbert and Frances Hodgkins in both nationally touring and locally generated exhibitions. Emphasis is also placed on community-focused exhibitions that are developed in conjunction with other local events and organisations and include the work of Marlborough artists, iwi and school children.
A not for profit organisation, governed by a Charitable Trust and professionally managed, the Gallery’s operation is supported by an extensive network of volunteers. To generate funds to support the Gallery’s exhibition programme; art and picture books, cards, local art and jewellery are available to purchase in the gallery shop.
Open 7 days: weekdays 10.30am – 4.30pm and weekends 1 – 4pm.