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Everything You Need To Know About Sunday's Summerfest

Flickr: Summerfest 2012 posterRight, it's time for you to buy tickets and plan to be there!

When

Sunday 26th February, 3:00pm–6:00pm

What

(from EventFinder)
Now in its third year, Summerfest is a boutique, family-friendly food and beer festival that matches fantastic local tastes with great New Zealand beer, accompanied by the finest of local musicians.

Beer raconteur and National Radio commentator Neil Miller will again be offering tasting notes while La Boca Loca chef Chris Martinez will be on hand with tips for creating mouth-watering Mexican morsels.

... Visitors will experience a BBQ extraordinaire, including local kai moana, Mexican taste sensations from Miramar’s favourite restaurant, La Boca Loca Taqueria (plus their margaritas from 5pm), and exclusive Summerfest venison sausages from the Strathmore Butcher. Summerfest is supported by Tuatara but other boutique beers will be flowing plus there’s wine, cider and Foxton Fizz.
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(from Facebook: Summerfest 2012)
3pm John Rae's Jazz trio; 3:40pm singer-songwriter Dan Green; 4:10pm dynamic duo Jake and Ali; 4:40pm celtic tunes from Pat Higgins; 5:20pm upbeat gypsy grooves Tandrom Gypsy Trio.
Downstairs in the courtyard: the Worser Bay Ukes from 3pm; saucy French cafe music from Kerry Wood & Sharon Greally (on accordion and violin) at 3:30pm; the very funny Mr Fungus (pictured) 4pm and John McDougall and friends at 4:30pm.

Where

Worser Bay Boating Club, Marine Parade, Seatoun

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Tickets

Pre-purchase tickets $5
Door Sales $10, children under 16 free entry.


Silent Auction

The great Summerfest Silent Auction is now live. There are lots of LOTS to bid on, including vouchers for the fabulous new Merkato Fresh Miramar, the very swanky Arbitraguer restaurant, the sensational Rainbow skifield and the exceptional expertise of Architecture+.

Details: http://www.worserbay.school.nz/summerfest-2012/69.html

Last Year's Summerfest in Colour

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