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Bloom in the Bay Inner 6

The Offical Garden & Art Festival Hub

FREE ENTRY with trail pass - or $5.00 for adults, free for kids under 12.

Live Music • Kids Zone • Food Trucks • Bar • Stage Acts • Presentations & Workshops • Creative Demonstrations • Art Exhibitions • Flower Displays • and More!

Dave Roy @ Artist

Consistently ErraticJoin Dave who will give a talk about some of his experiences throughout his “consistently erratic journey” (his words…
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Leo Murray @ Why Waste

The Sustainability of Finance Seeing our everyday exchanges and transactions through the invisible structures of permaculture, alternative models for finance begin…
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Colouring Book City @ Kids Activity

Kids Chalk Art & Book Readings 
With themes taken from local childrens’ books, Colouring Book City aims to turn Tauranga into a giant colouring book through chalk art in public places. Their pop-up events offer a fun, low-tech way to make your mark on our city.

Saturday 17 Nov: 2pm – 3.30pm

Sunday 18 Nov: 2pm – 3.30pm

*the concrete area by the Kokedama garden.

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Little Sweethearts Kids Zone

A range of fun activities will occur at the Little Sweethearts kids zone, some which are listed in the chart below (click on chart to enlarge). Bring the kids down for an exciting day out.

 

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Stephen Wilson @ Entertaining Chef

Performance & Cooking Demo 
Stephen Wilson is a fabulous entertainer and chef who lived in Paris for 26 years, during this time he founded his own restaurant named "Kiwizine". Stephen will delight you with Bloom in the Bay entertainment and he will also demonstrate some wonderful cooking demos inspired by garden plants with a French twist.

Thursday 15th Nov:  1pm – 1:30pm

Friday 16th Nov:  1pm – 1:30pm

Saturday 17th Nov:  12:30pm – 1pm

Sunday 18th Nov:  11:30am – 12pm

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Jo Tricker @ Jo Tricker Glass

Glass Kilnforming and Flameworking Demo
Come and see a live demonstration of how a glass bead and a glass stringer are made on a gas torch; discover the process that is used to fuse and slump glass; and finally the procedure for making cast glass objects.
This is perfect for anyone interested in how things are made!

Thursday 15 Nov: 12pm – 1pm 

Friday 16 Nov: 12pm – 1pm

Saturday 17 Nov: 11.30am – 12.30pm

Sunday 18 Nov: 3pm – 4pm 

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