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SUNDAY 4th NOVEMBER
Step into Clyde -- History 10.30am to 2pm
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4
Step into Clyde History
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2
Step into Clyde Xmas Market
SUNDAY, JANUARY 6
Step into Clyde Buskers & BBQs
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3
Step into Clyde Art & Jazz
SUNDAY, MARCH 3
Step into Clyde Classic Clyde
27 Fache St, Clyde
Ph: 03 449 3204 • www.touchyarns.com
Beautiful Christmas decorations, trees, lights and more!
389 Letts Gully Road, Alexandra
Phone Doug on 03 448 7754 or 027 224 5888
Quality accommodation for dogs
in relaxing, private surroundings
Ph 03 449 3307 / 027 286 0438
Hartley Arms Backpackers
Your oasis in the centre of Clyde
Ph 03 449 2700
Ph (03) 449 2747 • Sunderland St, Clyde
Ph: 03 449 3307
Contractors for: • Cartage • Earthmoving • Excavation
• Aggregates • Stump Removal • Root Raking • Screen top soil
Clyde Cartage & Excavation Ltd
Call Ray Harvey for quotes on 0274 364 456
03 4492550 a/h Fax 03 4492181
Bike Hire Specialists
Phone: 0800 Bike Now (0800 245 366)
Fache Street, Clyde (behind Olivers Lodge & Stables)
(03) 449 2287
Enjoy our delicious home baked range
Breakfast • morning teas • lunch • afternoon teas
Warm premises with friendly staff
Open 9am - 4pm • 31 Sunderland St, Clyde Ph: 4492955
The Bank Cafe
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
for dinner, bar snacks
& our 'famous' pizza's.
35 Sunderland Street, Clyde.
Ph 03 4492817
as low as, or less than
$12 for 9 months
of hot water, for serious savings.
Certified Central Otago & Southern Lakes installers
Solar Water Heating • Solar Electric Systems
0508 468 9283
Clyde Bistro (Behind Olivers)
Open for Coffee-Drinks-Lunch-Dinner. Wood fired Pizza Oven
LODGE & STABLES
P (03) 449 2600
34 SUNDERLAND STREET, CLYDE
RABBETTE BRICK & BLOCK
021 990 804
03 449 3331 • www.centralone.co.nz
We have the largest range of New Zealand-made gift ideas.
Central Gourmet Galleria has something to suit every
taste and every budget.
Come to Clyde
Open 7 days
The Beautiful Yarn Company
Gorgeous new knitting patterns in store
Touch Yarns Ltd, 27 Fache St, Clyde
Ph: 03 449 3204 • www.touchyarns.com
Your hosts John and Maree Davidson
29 Sunderland St, Clyde. Ph: 03 449 2295
CLYDE, NEW ZEALAND
The history of Clyde will come under the spotlight
this Sunday during November's Clyde on Sunday
Located within Clyde's Historic Precinct, 'Step Into History'
embraces Clyde's golden past with the doors of many of the
town's historic buildings open for viewing.
Venture into the past and gain an insight into what
life was like as Dunstan House, Olivers, the Post Office
Accommodation, Dunstan Hotel and the Masonic Lodge,
and the local churches open their doors to allow inspection
between 11:00 a.m and 1:00 p.m., while the museums will
also be open between 11 and 4 p.m.
Activities focusing on Clyde's proud golden past will
also feature during the day with much to keep all the family
Especially for the children there will be the added fun and
excitement with the Clyde History Treasure Hunt.
Venture down 'Sausage Alley' where the magnificent
canvas Clyde Village replica which was showcased at the Clyde
School for the 150th celebrations will be re-erected, giving a
golden chance to view this amazing achievement. It is definitely
something that mustn't be missed.
And all this can be enjoyed while listening to the live music
being provided on the day by Cathy Stanton, with added
musical treats from the Pipe Band.
Hunger pangs can be quelled with a Devonshire tea at
Dunstan House or perhaps be tempted to buy a tasty treat
from the barbeque offering delicious sizzling lamb burgers and
the best 'sausage alley' sausages in New Zealand according
to Annabel Langbein, all of which will undoubtedly send
tantalising smells along the length of the venue.
Market Stalls will again feature on the day, with over 20 on
site offering taste treats such as cheeses, specialty breads,
local wines, smoked salmon, olive oil and chutneys through to
plants and skin products to name just a few items available for
Spokesperson Melanie Eade said that last year's 'Step
Into History' day was very popular, with locals being given
the chance to see through the historic buildings of Clyde and
children being given the chance to step back in time and try
their hand at gold panning.
"This year is, of course different, but we know that
children's activities are always popular, with the emphasis
being on activities that involve the parents thus giving the
"It is an opportunity for children to be creative but one
which is also educational. The Great Clyde Robbery last year
had the children finding out about the buildings in Clyde and
a snippet of history in a fun way, and they have a further
opportunity through the Treasure Hunt this year."
"'Clyde on Sunday is very much a community event and
we strongly support the community through encouraging stalls
promoting the likes of the local museums, school, preschool
and the upgrade of the train station. "
"We always feel humbled by the support of the community
and would like everyone who comes, including stall holders to
know, that without them we wouldn't have a market."
"We look forward to welcoming locals and visitors to Clyde
this Sunday and showcasing our beautiful town and its history."
"Step into Clyde - History"
Clyde's Historic Precinct. 10.30am to 2pm
2 COURSE LUNCH,
Monday to Friday Only $15
POST OFFICE CAFE, BAR
& POSTMASTERS HOUSE
Ph/Fx 03 4 492488
Tel: 0800 724 587
For excellence in Railtrail itineraries, bike hire,
guided tours and all transport requirements
(Present this voucher to receive a 10% discount off bike hire)
Dunstan Golf Club
Half year subs are now available at the club
Full membership $175 | Country members $90
Non-competitive sub $105
Contact us on 03 449 2575 Or 027 534 7967
XMAS HAM NOW
CLYDE PROCESSING LTD - Sausage Alley, Sunderland Street, Clyde
Ph 03 449 3048 or 027 609 1823
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