Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Seaport Scene Issue #326

The Faces Behind the Festival

The Picton Maritime Festival has become a welcomed annual tradition in Marlborough since the first one in 2005. Much is made of the amazing entertainment, stalls and activities that make the day hugely successful, but without the enormous amount of work the volunteers put in every year, the event could not go ahead.
Read the full story in issue 326 on the back page...

Other Stories in This Issue

  • Captains Table
  • Blue Cod Survey
  • Pair Charged with Picton Murder
  • Superyacht Thalia in Waikawa
  • Picton Beaches Closed for Swimming
  • Lightning Starts Bush Fire
  • Spot the knot
  • Competition Time!
  • Seaport Classifieds
  • Cruise Ship Schedule
  • Screening of King Salmon Documentary
  • Tide Tables
  • Windy Weekend Sinks Half and Half
  • The last of the Mohua
  • Marlborough's Summer Explorer Programme
  • Colin's Column - Positive Change Waits in the Wings
  • Background to Anadarko Permits
  • Seaport Happenings
  • Seen on the Scene
  • Reflections from Picton Museum: Pelorus Jack
  • Library Lines
  • Quotes of the Week
  • On The Beat with Constable Newcombe
  • Kaipupu Point Pestival
  • Five Fox Facts
  • Echo Gets a Makeover
  • Vegan Recipes With James Wilson
  • Travel Chat with Juanita Smart,
  • Scoop’s Sports with Sam Swain
  • New Coach for Waitohi Premier Team
  • Lawson’s Dry Hills 2013 Regatta –
  • Overall Series Results
  • Picton Maritime Festival Committee

Get your copy of the Seaport Scene at one of the following outlets:

Picton: The Seaport Scene Office, FreshChoice, Take Note, Healthcare Pharmacy, Picton Library, On The Spot, Challenge Service Station, Picton Four Square

Blenheim: Perry's Book Shop

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