Thyme Festival bike library will be mobilised for the week! Find a purple bike with Thyme logos on it, pop on the helmet and pedal yourself to an event!
Locations: Alexandra Community House, Central Stories Museum & the Sidewalk Cafe
Clyde Theatre Group
presents in association with Playmarket NZ
A Double Feature
Two 1 act plays
'Chook Chook' by Fiona Farrell
'Dear Santa, Remember Me' by Trevor Sutherland
November 3, 4 & 5, $20.
A workshop for women looking to learn basic mountain biking skills and build biking confidence in a supportive all women environment.
Bring your favourite teddy bear along to this family friendly event at Lionel Day's Miniature Train: 1098 Earnscleugh Road (just over the Clyde bridge and up the hill)
$10 per Family for non members including a BBQ lunch.
Free for Parent Centre Members
Tracy Osborne's glass art piece will be revealed and officially gifted to the public. This piece was created and completed during Thyme Festival 2017.
Alexandra Community House
Visit Como Villa Estate and walk back 150 years into their museum of Central Otago history and medal winning wine. Includes wine tasting.
The sequel to Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth, is an eye-opening and compelling view of the future of our planet - and our civilisation. The MUST SEE documentary of the year.
Brought to you by Promote Alexandra and Alexandra Fire Brigade