Until Sunday February 25:

The Aotearoa Cuban Festival takes place over two weeks and features free workshops and showcases. See www.nzcubanfestival.co.nz for details.

Thursday February 22: Cuban Street Party. Rotorua Night Market. 6-7.30pm. Tutanekai St.

Friday February 23: Bridge building with planks for all ages.1pm to 2.30pm. Rotorua Library Te Aka Mauri. Free session. No booking required. Visit www.rotorualibrary.govt.nz for further information.

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Saturday February 24: Dutch Market. 10am to 12pm. Netherlands Society clubrooms, Neil Hunt Park. Dutch food including croquettes, oliebollen, Dutch cheese, smoked eel, herring and Dutch cookies and delicious sauces.

Saturday February 24: Rotary Charity Market at Kuirau Park, every Saturday morning, wet or fine, 7am to 2pm. Stalls selling vegetables, wide range of takeaway food, coffee,
jewellery, clothing, massages, gift cards, popcorn and more. All proceeds go back into the community. Sites for stalls cost $20.

Saturday February 24: The Rotorua Dahlia Club Annual Show will feature blooms from around the country. At the Ngongotaha Community Hall from 10am to 3pm. For more phone Anne on (07) 350 1525.

Saturday February 24: Drones presentation. 10am. Rotorua Library Te Aka Mauri. $5 per person. Booking required. Visit www.rotorualibrary.govt.nz for booking and more information.

Saturday February 24: TinkerCAD and 3D Printing for adults. 1pm to 2.30pm. Rotorua Library Te Aka Mauri. $5 per person. Booking required. Visit www.rotorualibrary.govt.nz for booking and further information.

Sunday February 25: Rotorua Drone Racing Champs and Open Day. IV Rotor Drone Racing Track 10 Sunnex Rd Rotorua. 12-3pm.

Saturday February 24-Sunday February 25: Rotorua Scrabble Club hosting its Annual Scrabble Tournament. Bridge Club, Neil Hunt Park. Players may enter as individuals or as members of a club. For more information contact Ruth Godwin (Secretary) (07) 349 6954 or Val Isherwood (07) 362 8763.

Sunday February 25: Rotorua Farmer's Market. Te Manawa, corner of Tutanekai and Hinemoa St. 9am to 1pm. Free admission.

Sunday February 25: Music at the Band Rotunda. Showcasing Rotorua Symphonic Band & Keith, Lyndsay and Friends. Government Gardens, 1pm to 3pm. Free.

Sunday February 25: Rotorua Settlers and Steam Museum (Te Amorangi). 10am to 4pm. Robinson Ave, Holdens Bay. Forestry displays, steam engines, historic Douslin House and 1920 St. plus train rides and water features. For details call Allan on (07) 345 6884.

Sunday February 25: The annual Rotorua Tractor and Machinery Club annual working day is on from 10am, corner of SH5 and Oturoa Rd, Mamaku. Includes tractors, working horses, food and children's activities. Costs $10, under-12s free.

Sunday February 25: Cyclezone Rotorua Tour of The Valleys. 10am-3pm. Bluff Sports Club. 155 Waikaukau Rd. Rotorua's best-value, friendliest road cycling event, with two distance options (43km and 86km).

Sunday February 25: Sunday Afternoon Music In Government Gardens. Band Rotunda Government Gardens. 1-3pm.

Rotorua District Community Law Centre presents free public talk on your rights and obligations under Employment Law. 10am to 11.30am. Rotorua Library Te Aka Mauri. All are welcome. No booking required but spaces are limited so please arrive early to ensure a seat.

Tuesday February 27: Scratch Coding for Adults. 1pm to 2.30pm. Rotorua Library Te Aka Mauri. Free. Booking required. Visit www.rotorualibrary.govt.nz for booking and more information.

Tuesday February 27-Wednesday February 28: Dreamgirls auditions. Rotorua Youth Centre, Te Ngae Rd 7pm to 10pm. To book audition time, email dreamgirlsrotorua@gmail.com or text Dyan (027) 226 4087.

Wednesday February 28: Multicultural Social & English Conversation Group Lunch. 12pm to 1.30pm. Rotorua Library Te Aka Mauri. This month a Fijian theme. Bring lunch to share with new friends. Visit www.rotorualibrary.govt.nz for more information.

Thursday March 1: Line Dancing. New learners class commencing, 10am. Parksyde Community Centre. Inquiries to Jeanette (07) 348 4845 or jeanettesalt@xtra.co.nz.

Thursday March 1: Rotorua Settlers and Steam Museum (Te Amorangi). 10am to 4pm. Robinson Ave, Holdens Bay. Forestry displays, steam engines, historic Douslin House and 1920 St. plus train rides and water features. For details call Allan on (07) 345 6884.

Thursday March 1: The St Mary's School gala is on from 4pm to 7pm. Featuring food, stalls and activities, plus a white elephant. Open to all.