Fab five things to do


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With so much going on in Hamilton this weekend, we have collated our fab five things to do:

NZ Fieldays - Friday 16 June to Saturday 17 June – Mystery Creek

New Zealand National Agricultural Fieldays is the largest agribusiness exhibition in the Southern Hemisphere. New Zealand is a world leader in agriculture and pastoral farming and the National Fieldays is the ultimate launch platform for cutting-edge agricultural technology and innovation. Saturday is your last day to check this amazing event out.

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Bodies Entwined – Friday 16 June to Saturday 17 June – The Meteor

Bodies Entwined is a mixture of dance styles, with contemporary dance at the core and is performed by a cast of incredibly passionate local dancers.

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World Music Day – Saturday 17 June to Sunday 18 June – Centre Place

A double-bill of modern dance, choreographed by Hamilton locals Mike Sorensen and Madison Hughes, with guest choreographer Miriana Arihia. It's not too late to register. Email gerryandsue@slingshot.co.nz.

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World Refugee Day – Saturday 17 June – Fairfield College

The United Nations' World Refugee Day is observed on June 20 each year, the school’s event coincides with this event.

Hamilton's World Refugee Day event honours the courage, strength and determination of refugees with an event featuring international food, performance and art.

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Waikato Legends at the Local – Sunday 18 June – Fraser Tech Rugby Club

Guests include ex-All Black Steve Gordon and Waikato Rugby legends Simon Crabb, Duane Monkley, Chris Ellis, Deon Muir, Doug Wilson and Wayne Warlow. Feel free to ask questions as they discuss the importance of the 2017 DHL Lions Series, the local rugby scene and the progression of our great game.

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To find out more about event and activities that are happening in Hamilton, check out visithamilton.co.nz 

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