Lunch Time Jamm is a public event.
To attend you must be invited by either the community notice board, the social media, press release, one of the bands, or a friend who has a friend who knows someone in the know.
Gates Open 1100am Friday…. Or just walk around to the village green and start enjoying.
Lunch Time Jamms is a family event (children and grandparents are celebrated!).
Due to Lunch Time Jamms being on the village green, there is a lot of flat ground. Arrive early to secure the best and shadiest sitting area! There will be a space for all the bean bags but please don’t take them home; and don’t forget try not to obstruct the view of all our elderly.
Upon arrival at the site, you will be required to present your passes – these are your smiles so please don’t forget to wear them.
No swimming in the river - you'll frighten the eels.
Again, you will not be able to swim in the river!! – the eels are huge in there (health and safety).
Take care under trees - branches can drop - and so can birds; we will set up some marquees for you to chill out in – very conducive to social conversation and interactivity.
Be extra careful crossing the roads onto the village green – we would hate anything bad to happen to you.
WHAT TO BRING
Bring clothes/protection for summer - (hope for the best...plan for the worst!).
Water – will also be available from some of the stalls.
Please do not bring any glass. Bring your lunch, however delicious food will be available from a very small but special selection of food outlets. If on the off chance you have to queue think of it as a chance to meet new friends!
Folding chair to relax in.
WHAT NOT TO BRING
No gas bottles, BBQs or cooking devices of any kind. [There is a total fire ban day and night. We all know too well the reasons why].
No dogs, pets or wild animals (wild humans included). Local fauna are easily scared... sorry.
No bad vibes or arrogant attitudes…….. :)
Lunch Time Jamms is all about relaxing under a tree or umbrella, listening to some fine music, eating your lunch with family or friends, celebrating the end of another week - and then going back to work!
Talent Plan for the entertainment over the three days include:-
- Rose Campbell, award winning soloist at Wairoa College
- Richie Blake, award winning mentor at Wairoa College
- One and Half Men, two boys who wanted to go to Wairoa College
- Doug Snelling, and a number of other local acts including Molly Kerr and David Tipoki.