What's Happening in Havelock
If you are wondering what’s happening in Havelock, then read on. Here are just a few of the reasons to come and visit Havelock, Marlborough.
Take a bit of time to explore our wee town and it’s environs and you should be surprised by how much is on offer.
Come for a few hours, a few days or even a week – we are confident that you will find plenty to keep you occupied.
The Havelock Gallery : 10am – 4pm daily
This is a must visit. Featuring sixteen local artists, there is something for everyone here. I find it impossible to describe just how good this display is. It really is a case of “Wow!”
Pelorus Mail Boat: @ Havelock Marina 10am-4pm(ish).
It is only a three minute walk to the Mail Boat from the Havelock Holiday Park. A short stroll back to your cabin or van after your trip, freshen up and then walk to one of our nearby restaurants for a magnificent meal to complete your first Havelock Experience.
Havelock Museum :
Open daily from 10am to 4pm
Queen Charlotte Tavern:
2 November – Linkwater monthly Market: 9:30 – 12:30
Cheese, mussels, honey, fresh vegies, bric a brac, books, sausage sizzle etc…
19 November : Quiz night
Every 2nd Tuesday night. Teams of 4 – 6. $5pp
30 November : Musical Jam night :7pm
30 November : Havelock Lions monthly Market
Outside Town Hall : 9 – 1pm. Plants, books, clothing, raffle and sausage sizzle. Sites available $5, contact Ian 574 2558
6 November : from 1pm – Pizzazz Jazz Trio.
A Blenheim- based combo of Heather Jameson (Piano), Alistair McLeod (bass) and Tristan Gregory Hunt (Sax).
16 November : 7pm : Nz Vocalist :
19 November : Havelock Lions dinner meeting. $21pp.
Guest speaker. Visitors welcome.
29 & 30th November : Quilter’s Display – Upstairs.
7 November :
Slip Inn Restaurant :5-8pm and every Thursday night
$19 Ribs & Burger night. Pork, beef ribs and chicken wings plus 4 burgers.