The met service have predicted some wild weather with Cyclone Lusi approaching but there’s still heaps going on in Raglan this weekend, check out what’s happening…

MOVIES at the Old School
The Railway Man
(2014 – M violence 116 mins)
Based on a true story about torture, war crimes, loss, honour, and forgiveness in
WW II, a British officer (Colin Firth) is captured and forced to work on the Burma Railway. Years later helped by his wife Patti (Kidman) he confronts his captor to let go of a lifetime of bitterness and hate. NZ HERALD 3.5 Stars “a message of forgiveness and reconciliation- quite an extraordinary tale”
Sat 15 Mar 8.00pm
Sun 16 Mar 4.30pm
Reserves ph 825 0023

Raglan Hospital & Rest Home GALA DAY

Saturday 15th March, 2014, 10am to 3pm
Raglan Hospital & Rest Home, 27 Manukau Rd
10am – Formal traditional Maori Blessing – Kaumatua Russell Riki, Rangi Kereopa & Roimata Ponga

SIMRAD RAGLAN ONE BASE.(weather dependent)
March 13th – 15th 2014. Hosted by Waikato Sports Fishing Club.

Raglan Pipe Band will be playing in Bow Street on Friday, 14 March 2014, at 7.00pm.

The Rip Curl Pro
presented by Jagermeister will play host to New Zealand’s best surfers and with the waves at Manu Bay being such a draw card, the field of surfers is expected to be the finest to compete this season.

See the video above showing highlights from last years three-day-event, held at Ruapuke Beach south of the primary venue of Manu Bay, Raglan.

And don’t forget St. Patrick’s Day this Monday 17 March:

Pre St. Patricks Day Celebrations
with Mel Davies, One Man Band, Irish Stew + Mash $10,
Sun 16 March @ Raglan Club from 3pm.

ST. Patrick’s Day @ Blacksand Cafe, Mar 17, 7am-9pm, serving Irish food & competition for best dressed from 7pm. Ph 825 8588 to book.

For the Gig Guide click the link below: