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Gear up for the spring season with a week of premier horse racing and a wealth of special events on the BLOOM festival programme.
Put a spring in your step these school holidays with our guide to what’s happening in Christchurch for families.
Got a special someone who you would like to spend an evening with stargazing in New Brighton’s beachside hot pools?
Christchurch will bid farewell to 2020 with a free music concert in North Hagley Park headlined by Kiwi music legends, The Black Seeds.
Next month's WORD Christchurch Spring Festival will be a celebration of New Zealand books, stories and writers.
Christchurch’s inaugural Go Live! spring music festival is moving to November.
The Bottle Lake Forest fairy village that magically mushroomed in size during the COVID-19 lockdown is on the move.
Christchurch City Libraries’ highly anticipated annual Big Bargain Book Sale is being postponed again because of the change in COVID-19 alert levels.
Christchurch’s buskers festival will have a home-grown feel to it next year.
A new-look Christchurch City Council public events programme will get under way in September.
Shake-off the mid-winter blues this weekend by checking out some of these fun activities.
A state-of-the-art ice rink which offers almost the same gliding capacity as natural ice is being set up in Christchurch’s city centre as preparations get under way for Chill in the City.
Canterbury kids have jumped at the chance to create quirky characters out of clay and film their antics in stop-motion animation.
An old painting of Banks Peninsula cottages has set the scene for a family history lesson given by a visiting grandfather to his young grandchildren at Akaroa Museum.
If you feel like exploring new territory on foot, a handy new guide will help you plan an outing around the city’s coastline and plains.
Search for "Things to do" on the Christchurch City Council website