Lights On Bikes performers set to dazzle

Performers around Whanganui and beyond are preparing to entertain the community with illuminated performances during the upcoming Lights On Bikes parade. Lights On Bikes Event Organiser, Shanti Sibbing, says six great local performance groups will light up the night and renowned dancer and choreographer Chloe Loftus will bring two performances – Out of the Blue and The Arboreal […]

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Sustainable infrastructure growing

Whanganui’s sustainable transport infrastructure continues to grow with the addition of an electric vehicle charging station on Drews Avenue, bike racks in the central business district and signs on the St Hill Street shared pathway. The charging station, supplied by Tesla free of charge, is located on Drews Avenue opposite the i-SITE Visitor Information Centre. […]

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Lights On Bikes art workshops open

Community art workshops for the Lights On Bikes parade are underway, with the first workshop held last weekend and several more workshops open for bookings. At the first workshop held at Sarjeant on the Quay on Saturday, 31 August, participants used card, bubble wrap, and ribbon to create illuminated jellyfish with seed lights spiralling down […]

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