Selwyn is home to a huge variety of events year round! From family spectaculars to agricultural competitions, world renowned events and specialist farmers markets there is something for everyone.

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Lincoln Christmas Parade and Market

Saturday 14 December - Gerald Street Lincoln

Sat Dec 14th from 9 am Local Lincoln Christmas festivities. Gerald street is closed off from 8-12 midday Join in the fun. Join the Parade with a float or on a decorated bike, take part in a market stall, enjoy the music, bands and entertainers.

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Carols in the Paddock

Saturday 14 December - 569 Springston-Rolleston Road

This December, join us for Carols in the Paddock. Music, food, fun!

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Christmas Twilight Market

Thursday 19 December - Gerald Street

The Lincoln Farmers' and Craft Market are holding their Christmas Twilight Market on Thursday 19th December, 4pm til 8pm on the Green beside the Lincoln Library. Special appearance by the Selwyn Community Choir and lots of opportunities to get those last minute Christmas gifts. Come down and enjoy the Christmas atmosphere at this popular event.

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Trap Library - Selwyn Predator Free

Saturday 25 January - Lincoln Farmers & Crafts Market, 22 Gerard Street, Lincoln 7608

Come see us for trapping advice, trap hire or to figure out what we are about. There will be a limited number of DOC200 traps and bait to loan out. The trap library will be open on the last Saturday of every month at the Lincoln Farmers & Craft Market.

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Mahoe Reserve Working Bee

Sunday 02 February - Mahoe Reserve, 30 Boundary Road, Lincoln, 7608

Come along and help us in the restoration and maintenance of the Mahoe native reserve. Please wear suitable shoes, bring spades, garden gloves, sunglasses or other eye protection, also a bucket for mulch, if you can. Working bees are the first Sunday of every month from 2.00 pm. Our Sponsors A big thank you to...

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What's Your Poison? - Kim Hill Hot Topic

Thursday 26 March - Lecture Theatre One, Stewart Building, Lincoln University

Join Kim Hill and panellists in a stimulating discussion The discussion will examine such issues as: Pesticides - good or evil? What is fact or myth in the management of pests, diseases and weeds? Are these agri-chemicals helping or harming us and the environment? Panellists: Ian Shaw | Professor of Toxicology Steve Wratten | Distinguished...

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