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Monday 26 February

Monday 26 February 09:30am

Stories, songs, activities!

Early literacy learning and activities for pre-schoolers and their parents/caregivers.

All welcome.

Themes:
- 5 Feb - NZ authors
- 12 Feb - Love
- 19 Feb - Ducks
- 26 Feb - ...

Monday 26 February 10:00am

A fine art/botanical science photography exhibition that explores the fragile Victorian art of pressed flowers, to reveal a spectacular, ephemeral world of crushed colour.

The startlingly vibrant flower images have ...

Monday 26 February 10:00am

A great slice of New Zealand’s Farming History - well worth a visit!

The Museum is housed in two century-old historic woolsheds, relocated and situated in the cultural heart of Masterton.

At The Wool Shed you ...

Monday 26 February 10:00am

Curated by: Gregory O’Brien

For over three decades, Elizabeth Thomson’s art has engaged with issues to do with science, imagination, culture and, increasingly, what it means to live in the South Pacific region in ...

Monday 26 February 10:00am

Celebrating Art Deco, The Pointon Collection shows original 1940's clothes and of course the wonderful cars of the Art Dec era.

With bathing belles in those 'very becoming' woollen bathing costumes, to smart dresses ...

Monday 26 February 10:00am

For most of her life Kirsty Gardiner has been an op shop enthusiast. This exhibition is an accumulation of ideas that have been mixing and mingling in her mind’s eye for a few years. Imagine what an op shop at the turn ...

Monday 26 February 10:30am

The Business Central Health and Safety Roadshow is back.

What does that mean for you? Well for starters, WorkSafe have cleared their backlog of prosecutions from the old Act and have begun to enforce the regulations ...

Monday 26 February 11:30am

Join us for a 35 minute guided tour, that takes you through the Histui museum, around the historic grounds, and the iconic Tui Tower before walking through our new state of the art brewery, where you learn about the art ...

Monday 26 February 07:00pm

Our weekly pub quiz is held every Monday.

It starts at 7pm and finishes by 9:30pm so it's not too late if you have a train to catch in the morning. It is bought to you by Believe It or Not.

While a team of 4 to 6 ...

Tuesday 27 February

Tuesday 27 February 10:00am

A fine art/botanical science photography exhibition that explores the fragile Victorian art of pressed flowers, to reveal a spectacular, ephemeral world of crushed colour.

The startlingly vibrant flower images have ...

Tuesday 27 February 10:00am

A great slice of New Zealand’s Farming History - well worth a visit!

The Museum is housed in two century-old historic woolsheds, relocated and situated in the cultural heart of Masterton.

At The Wool Shed you ...

Tuesday 27 February 10:00am

Curated by: Gregory O’Brien

For over three decades, Elizabeth Thomson’s art has engaged with issues to do with science, imagination, culture and, increasingly, what it means to live in the South Pacific region in ...

Tuesday 27 February 10:00am

Celebrating Art Deco, The Pointon Collection shows original 1940's clothes and of course the wonderful cars of the Art Dec era.

With bathing belles in those 'very becoming' woollen bathing costumes, to smart dresses ...

Tuesday 27 February 10:00am

For most of her life Kirsty Gardiner has been an op shop enthusiast. This exhibition is an accumulation of ideas that have been mixing and mingling in her mind’s eye for a few years. Imagine what an op shop at the turn ...

Tuesday 27 February 10:30am

Stories, songs, activities! Early literacy learning and activities for pre-schoolers, and their parents/caregivers.

All welcome.

Themes:
- 13 Feb - NZ authors
- 20 Feb - Love
- 27 Feb - Ducks
- 6 Mar - ...

Tuesday 27 February 11:30am

Join us for a 35 minute guided tour, that takes you through the Histui museum, around the historic grounds, and the iconic Tui Tower before walking through our new state of the art brewery, where you learn about the art ...

Tuesday 27 February 02:00pm

Come along and meet like-minded book lovers. We are middlebrow readers - Jack Reacher is a favourite. All new members are welcome.

We each bring along something we have enjoyed reading, or maybe a DVD you've watched, ...

Tuesday 27 February 07:00pm

What is this game Called Bridge?

Bridge is a game a little like Five Hundred, and is derived from a card game called Whist. It involves two partnerships playing against each other to win tricks and gain points. ...

Wednesday 28 February

Wednesday 28 February 10:00am

For most of her life Kirsty Gardiner has been an op shop enthusiast. This exhibition is an accumulation of ideas that have been mixing and mingling in her mind’s eye for a few years. Imagine what an op shop at the turn ...

Wednesday 28 February 10:00am

A fine art/botanical science photography exhibition that explores the fragile Victorian art of pressed flowers, to reveal a spectacular, ephemeral world of crushed colour.

The startlingly vibrant flower images have ...

Wednesday 28 February 10:00am

A great slice of New Zealand’s Farming History - well worth a visit!

The Museum is housed in two century-old historic woolsheds, relocated and situated in the cultural heart of Masterton.

At The Wool Shed you ...

Wednesday 28 February 10:00am

Curated by: Gregory O’Brien

For over three decades, Elizabeth Thomson’s art has engaged with issues to do with science, imagination, culture and, increasingly, what it means to live in the South Pacific region in ...

Wednesday 28 February 10:00am

The Pointon Collection of Cars & Costume displays original Nylon fashions from the 1950's.

How did we manage before Nylon was created? From nylon stockings to lingerie, blouses, scarves, gloves & hair ribbons, to ...

Wednesday 28 February 10:00am

Celebrating Art Deco, The Pointon Collection shows original 1940's clothes and of course the wonderful cars of the Art Dec era.

With bathing belles in those 'very becoming' woollen bathing costumes, to smart dresses ...

Wednesday 28 February 10:00am

At ConArt Gallery & Studios, the art and artists fresh every 4 weeks so that art-lovers can browse and buy something different each time they visit.

We call them Blocks. Block 3 starts on Wednesday 28 February and ...

Wednesday 28 February 10:00am

A self guided tour available during opening hours.

You receive a map, watch an 8-minute film that takes you on a tour of the henge and explains everything, then you take yourself around the henge. You may return to ...

Wednesday 28 February 10:30am

Stories, songs, activities! Early literacy learning and activities for pre-schoolers, and their parents/caregivers.

All welcome.

Themes:
- 7 Feb - Numbers
- 14 Feb - Love
- 21 Feb - Dinosaurs
- 28 Feb - NZ ...

Wednesday 28 February 11:30am

Join us for a 35 minute guided tour, that takes you through the Histui museum, around the historic grounds, and the iconic Tui Tower before walking through our new state of the art brewery, where you learn about the art ...

Wednesday 28 February 07:00pm

Drop in classes based on the book the New Eight Steps of Happiness.

Learn clear methods to transform all life's difficulties into valuable spiritual insights:
- To improve our relationships
- To bring greater ...

Wednesday 28 February 07:30pm

Classes are for singles or couples whom are interested in learning Rock in Roll steps.

Beginners level an up. Come on Lads grab a Lassy an Rock in Roll. First hour lesson, then free dancing.

Donation.
$3.00 for ...

Thursday 1 March

Thursday 1 March 07:45am

The world's premier shearing and wool handling championship.

The three-day event encompasses novice, junior, intermediate, senior and open shearing competitions along with junior, senior and open wool handling events ...

Thursday 1 March 10:00am

For most of her life Kirsty Gardiner has been an op shop enthusiast. This exhibition is an accumulation of ideas that have been mixing and mingling in her mind’s eye for a few years. Imagine what an op shop at the turn ...

Thursday 1 March 10:00am

A fine art/botanical science photography exhibition that explores the fragile Victorian art of pressed flowers, to reveal a spectacular, ephemeral world of crushed colour.

The startlingly vibrant flower images have ...

Thursday 1 March 10:00am

A great slice of New Zealand’s Farming History - well worth a visit!

The Museum is housed in two century-old historic woolsheds, relocated and situated in the cultural heart of Masterton.

At The Wool Shed you ...

Thursday 1 March 10:00am

Curated by: Gregory O’Brien

For over three decades, Elizabeth Thomson’s art has engaged with issues to do with science, imagination, culture and, increasingly, what it means to live in the South Pacific region in ...

Thursday 1 March 10:00am

Celebrating Art Deco, The Pointon Collection shows original 1940's clothes and of course the wonderful cars of the Art Dec era.

With bathing belles in those 'very becoming' woollen bathing costumes, to smart dresses ...

Thursday 1 March 10:00am

At ConArt Gallery & Studios, the art and artists fresh every 4 weeks so that art-lovers can browse and buy something different each time they visit.

We call them Blocks. Block 3 starts on Wednesday 28 February and ...

Thursday 1 March 10:00am

A self guided tour available during opening hours.

You receive a map, watch an 8-minute film that takes you on a tour of the henge and explains everything, then you take yourself around the henge. You may return to ...

Thursday 1 March 11:30am

Join us for a 35 minute guided tour, that takes you through the Histui museum, around the historic grounds, and the iconic Tui Tower before walking through our new state of the art brewery, where you learn about the art ...

Thursday 1 March 06:30pm

The world's premier shearing and wool handling championship.

The three-day event encompasses novice, junior, intermediate, senior and open shearing competitions along with junior, senior and open wool handling events ...

Thursday 1 March 07:30pm

Gain confidence in public speaking with a seven week course that will help you to develop your communication and language skills, learn to think quickly and clearly, become an effective listener, use body language and ...

Thursday 1 March 08:00pm

Harold and Burt, longtime friends, live in a retirement home and spend their days on a bench in the garden bickering. A once famous actress has just moved in, giving them something new to argue over. When they learn that ...

Friday 2 March

Friday 2 March 07:45am

The world's premier shearing and wool handling championship.

The three-day event encompasses novice, junior, intermediate, senior and open shearing competitions along with junior, senior and open wool handling events ...

Friday 2 March 10:00am

For most of her life Kirsty Gardiner has been an op shop enthusiast. This exhibition is an accumulation of ideas that have been mixing and mingling in her mind’s eye for a few years. Imagine what an op shop at the turn ...

Friday 2 March 10:00am

A fine art/botanical science photography exhibition that explores the fragile Victorian art of pressed flowers, to reveal a spectacular, ephemeral world of crushed colour.

The startlingly vibrant flower images have ...

Friday 2 March 10:00am

A great slice of New Zealand’s Farming History - well worth a visit!

The Museum is housed in two century-old historic woolsheds, relocated and situated in the cultural heart of Masterton.

At The Wool Shed you ...

Friday 2 March 10:00am

Curated by: Gregory O’Brien

For over three decades, Elizabeth Thomson’s art has engaged with issues to do with science, imagination, culture and, increasingly, what it means to live in the South Pacific region in ...

Friday 2 March 10:00am

Celebrating Art Deco, The Pointon Collection shows original 1940's clothes and of course the wonderful cars of the Art Dec era.

With bathing belles in those 'very becoming' woollen bathing costumes, to smart dresses ...

Friday 2 March 10:00am

At ConArt Gallery & Studios, the art and artists fresh every 4 weeks so that art-lovers can browse and buy something different each time they visit.

We call them Blocks. Block 3 starts on Wednesday 28 February and ...

Friday 2 March 10:00am

A self guided tour available during opening hours.

You receive a map, watch an 8-minute film that takes you on a tour of the henge and explains everything, then you take yourself around the henge. You may return to ...

Friday 2 March 11:30am

Join us for a 35 minute guided tour, that takes you through the Histui museum, around the historic grounds, and the iconic Tui Tower before walking through our new state of the art brewery, where you learn about the art ...

Friday 2 March 06:00pm

Get your funk on and roll up to the Squircle for March's First Friday! Free music, art and fun- all ages, all welcome!

We have fabulous band Funk Force 5 playing some epic funky grooves. Plus, we invite you to help ...

Friday 2 March 06:45pm

The world's premier shearing and wool handling championship.

The three-day event encompasses novice, junior, intermediate, senior and open shearing competitions along with junior, senior and open wool handling events ...

Friday 2 March 07:00pm

Unleash your inner artist while enjoying local wines and painting your own version of a famous masterpiece.

Join a jovial crowd with music, fun and laughs. Our painting tutor will go over the basic techniques used in ...

Friday 2 March 07:30pm

Documentary.

Tatarakihi tells the story of a ‘journey of memory’ taken by a group of Parihaka children who travel to the South Island 130 years later. The film is narrated by the children of Parihaka and combines ...

Friday 2 March 07:30pm

Bernie and Tira are back to entertain us. Their wide range of music from classic hits to rock will have you tapping your feet and dancing the night away. Everyone welcome. Club Rules and Dress Code applies.

Friday 2 March 08:00pm

Harold and Burt, longtime friends, live in a retirement home and spend their days on a bench in the garden bickering. A once famous actress has just moved in, giving them something new to argue over. When they learn that ...

Saturday 3 March

Saturday 3 March 07:45am

The world's premier shearing and wool handling championship.

The three-day event encompasses novice, junior, intermediate, senior and open shearing competitions along with junior, senior and open wool handling events ...

Saturday 3 March 08:00am

The Rotary Martinborough Fair is held in the picturesque Martinborough Square. This iconic fair, reportedly the largest in Australasia, comprises over 480 stalls selling artwork, crafts, clothing, food and other quality ...

Saturday 3 March 08:00am

In the colonial village of Martinborough and set amongst the trees of Martinborough Square, you'll discover an artisan deli for dogs. Treat your pooch to gourmet, grain free doggy treats handmade with fresh, free-range, ...

Saturday 3 March 09:30am

There will be two walk and two run options. Short walk 10kms, Long walk 13kms. Short run 13kms, Long run 21kms. Includes a free packed lunch. Children must be accompanied by a guardian. No under 10 year olds allowed to ...

Saturday 3 March 10:00am

For most of her life Kirsty Gardiner has been an op shop enthusiast. This exhibition is an accumulation of ideas that have been mixing and mingling in her mind’s eye for a few years. Imagine what an op shop at the turn ...

Saturday 3 March 10:00am

A fine art/botanical science photography exhibition that explores the fragile Victorian art of pressed flowers, to reveal a spectacular, ephemeral world of crushed colour.

The startlingly vibrant flower images have ...

Saturday 3 March 10:00am

A great slice of New Zealand’s Farming History - well worth a visit!

The Museum is housed in two century-old historic woolsheds, relocated and situated in the cultural heart of Masterton.

At The Wool Shed you ...

Saturday 3 March 10:00am

Curated by: Gregory O’Brien

For over three decades, Elizabeth Thomson’s art has engaged with issues to do with science, imagination, culture and, increasingly, what it means to live in the South Pacific region in ...

Saturday 3 March 10:00am

Celebrating Art Deco, The Pointon Collection shows original 1940's clothes and of course the wonderful cars of the Art Dec era.

With bathing belles in those 'very becoming' woollen bathing costumes, to smart dresses ...

Saturday 3 March 10:00am

At ConArt Gallery & Studios, the art and artists fresh every 4 weeks so that art-lovers can browse and buy something different each time they visit.

We call them Blocks. Block 3 starts on Wednesday 28 February and ...

Saturday 3 March 10:00am

A self guided tour available during opening hours.

You receive a map, watch an 8-minute film that takes you on a tour of the henge and explains everything, then you take yourself around the henge. You may return to ...

Saturday 3 March 11:30am

Join us for a 35 minute guided tour, that takes you through the Histui museum, around the historic grounds, and the iconic Tui Tower before walking through our new state of the art brewery, where you learn about the art ...

Saturday 3 March 03:30pm

There will be live music, free sausage sizzle and children's entertainment.

Phone:
06 3765 901

Saturday 3 March 06:45pm

The world's premier shearing and wool handling championship.

The three-day event encompasses novice, junior, intermediate, senior and open shearing competitions along with junior, senior and open wool handling events ...

Saturday 3 March 08:00pm

Harold and Burt, longtime friends, live in a retirement home and spend their days on a bench in the garden bickering. A once famous actress has just moved in, giving them something new to argue over. When they learn that ...

Sunday 4 March

Sunday 4 March 09:00am

Carterton Farmers' Market is a Sunday market held in the centre of the town.

Buy locally grown, fresh veges, Wairarapa-produced olive oils, honey and much more. Watch out for our monthly bumper markets too, on the ...

Sunday 4 March 09:30am

Bring along the family, picnic blanket, teddy bear and join us for some fun!

Everyone welcome - Don't forget your sunscreen!

Sunday 4 March 10:00am

A self guided tour available during opening hours.

You receive a map, watch an 8-minute film that takes you on a tour of the henge and explains everything, then you take yourself around the henge. You may return to ...

Sunday 4 March 10:00am

The first Sunday of each month Te Kairanga hosts their local farmers market, where local businesses come to sell their fresh produce, hand made products. Food is available to buy and eat for lunch.

Wine is available ...

Sunday 4 March 10:00am

Amongst the picturesque setting of Te Kairanga Vineyard you'll discover an artisan deli for dogs. Treat your pooch to gourmet, grain free, free range doggytreats made with only the freshest, locally sourced, human-grade ...

Sunday 4 March 10:00am

For most of her life Kirsty Gardiner has been an op shop enthusiast. This exhibition is an accumulation of ideas that have been mixing and mingling in her mind’s eye for a few years. Imagine what an op shop at the turn ...

Sunday 4 March 10:00am

A fine art/botanical science photography exhibition that explores the fragile Victorian art of pressed flowers, to reveal a spectacular, ephemeral world of crushed colour.

The startlingly vibrant flower images have ...

Sunday 4 March 10:00am

A great slice of New Zealand’s Farming History - well worth a visit!

The Museum is housed in two century-old historic woolsheds, relocated and situated in the cultural heart of Masterton.

At The Wool Shed you ...

Sunday 4 March 10:00am

Carterton has a glittering array of clubs, societies, service groups, charities and much, much more. Think you know all about the various groups that are doing things in our community? On this day, you'll find out at ...

Sunday 4 March 10:00am

Curated by: Gregory O’Brien

For over three decades, Elizabeth Thomson’s art has engaged with issues to do with science, imagination, culture and, increasingly, what it means to live in the South Pacific region in ...

Sunday 4 March 10:00am

Come and join our free Children's Day, this year will be our 10 year celebration. We provide a large selection of free activities for the whole family to enjoy and spend time together. Bring a picnic and enjoy the day. ...

Sunday 4 March 10:00am

At ConArt Gallery & Studios, the art and artists fresh every 4 weeks so that art-lovers can browse and buy something different each time they visit.

We call them Blocks. Block 3 starts on Wednesday 28 February and ...

Sunday 4 March 10:00am

Celebrating Art Deco, The Pointon Collection shows original 1940's clothes and of course the wonderful cars of the Art Dec era.

With bathing belles in those 'very becoming' woollen bathing costumes, to smart dresses ...

Sunday 4 March 12:00pm

The Greytown Hotel is proud to present the Winemakers Long Lunch Series.

Every Sunday during February and into March, join our talented local winemakers for a leisurely long lunch with matched food and wine.
...

Sunday 4 March 02:00pm

Harold and Burt, longtime friends, live in a retirement home and spend their days on a bench in the garden bickering. A once famous actress has just moved in, giving them something new to argue over. When they learn that ...

Sunday 4 March 02:00pm

We're bringing back our very popular Summer Sunday Sessions in 2018.

Live music by the vines Sunday afternoons from 2pm, every Sunday to the end of March. Showcasing some of Wairarapa's and Wellington's most ...

Monday 5 March

Monday 5 March 09:30am

Stories, songs, activities!

Early literacy learning and activities for pre-schoolers and their parents/caregivers.

All welcome.

Themes:
- 5 Feb - NZ authors
- 12 Feb - Love
- 19 Feb - Ducks
- 26 Feb - ...

Monday 5 March 10:00am

Celebrating Art Deco, The Pointon Collection shows original 1940's clothes and of course the wonderful cars of the Art Dec era.

With bathing belles in those 'very becoming' woollen bathing costumes, to smart dresses ...

Monday 5 March 10:00am

For most of her life Kirsty Gardiner has been an op shop enthusiast. This exhibition is an accumulation of ideas that have been mixing and mingling in her mind’s eye for a few years. Imagine what an op shop at the turn ...

Monday 5 March 10:00am

A fine art/botanical science photography exhibition that explores the fragile Victorian art of pressed flowers, to reveal a spectacular, ephemeral world of crushed colour.

The startlingly vibrant flower images have ...

Monday 5 March 10:00am

A great slice of New Zealand’s Farming History - well worth a visit!

The Museum is housed in two century-old historic woolsheds, relocated and situated in the cultural heart of Masterton.

At The Wool Shed you ...

Monday 5 March 10:00am

Curated by: Gregory O’Brien

For over three decades, Elizabeth Thomson’s art has engaged with issues to do with science, imagination, culture and, increasingly, what it means to live in the South Pacific region in ...

Monday 5 March 03:30pm

Join our Yolo book club for children age 8 to 12 years.

Everyone is welcome, and there is no cost involved. Share your thoughts on books you've read (participation is not compulsory so don't worry if you're shy). Have ...

Monday 5 March 04:00pm

Join our Yolo book club for children age 8 to 12 years.

Everyone is welcome, and there is no cost involved. Share your thoughts on books you've read (participation is not compulsory so don't worry if you're shy). ...

Monday 5 March 07:00pm

Our weekly pub quiz is held every Monday.

It starts at 7pm and finishes by 9:30pm so it's not too late if you have a train to catch in the morning. It is bought to you by Believe It or Not.

While a team of 4 to 6 ...

Tuesday 6 March

Tuesday 6 March 10:00am

Celebrating Art Deco, The Pointon Collection shows original 1940's clothes and of course the wonderful cars of the Art Dec era.

With bathing belles in those 'very becoming' woollen bathing costumes, to smart dresses ...

Tuesday 6 March 10:00am

For most of her life Kirsty Gardiner has been an op shop enthusiast. This exhibition is an accumulation of ideas that have been mixing and mingling in her mind’s eye for a few years. Imagine what an op shop at the turn ...

Tuesday 6 March 10:00am

A great exhibition for local artists to showcase their talent and a chance to purchase some spectacular pieces of art. Come along and meet this years Artist in Residence and enjoy the company of like minded people. For ...

Tuesday 6 March 10:00am

A fine art/botanical science photography exhibition that explores the fragile Victorian art of pressed flowers, to reveal a spectacular, ephemeral world of crushed colour.

The startlingly vibrant flower images have ...

Tuesday 6 March 10:00am

A great slice of New Zealand’s Farming History - well worth a visit!

The Museum is housed in two century-old historic woolsheds, relocated and situated in the cultural heart of Masterton.

At The Wool Shed you ...

Tuesday 6 March 10:00am

Curated by: Gregory O’Brien

For over three decades, Elizabeth Thomson’s art has engaged with issues to do with science, imagination, culture and, increasingly, what it means to live in the South Pacific region in ...

Tuesday 6 March 10:30am

Stories, songs, activities! Early literacy learning and activities for pre-schoolers, and their parents/caregivers.

All welcome.

Themes:
- 13 Feb - NZ authors
- 20 Feb - Love
- 27 Feb - Ducks
- 6 Mar - ...

Tuesday 6 March 08:00pm

Harold and Burt, longtime friends, live in a retirement home and spend their days on a bench in the garden bickering. A once famous actress has just moved in, giving them something new to argue over. When they learn that ...