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Wednesday 23 May 07:30pm

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

Beginners an Intermediate level. First hour Beginners at 6pm, second hour Intermediate 7:15pm, then free dancing until ...

Thursday 24 May 09:30am

Mahi Toi is an Educational Programme for teachers and students during Terms 2 and 3, on Tuesdays through Thursdays.

Supported by T G Macarthy Trust. Bookings essential.

Aratoi presents this unique programme to ...

Thursday 24 May 09:30am

Some topics covered will be: Tools of the trade; How to prepare plant material; Simple idea for mothers day; Simple table design; Simple weaving.

Some materials are supplied. Cal Linda Barnett 06 374 8185 or 027 374 ...

Thursday 24 May 10:00am

Thirteen jewellery artists are featured in the Wairarapa for six weeks in an exhibition of their exquisite contemporary jewellery design.

Jewellery is perhaps the most personal of all the arts. Humans have been ...

Thursday 24 May 10:00am

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

We call them Blocks. Block 6 starts on Wednesday 23 May and ...

Thursday 24 May 10:00am

Adrian Jackman sees geometry all around him. The lines and curves and angles that form much of the constructed modern world are, for Jackman, ready-made sketches that he can extract, mix and re-form to create his ...

Thursday 24 May 10:00am

Curated by: Helen Kedgley

Developed and toured by NZ Portrait Gallery Te Pukenga Whakaata.
Showing at Aratoi Wairarapa Museum of Art and History.

Strangely Familiar: Portraits by Wayne Youle showcases bold, ...

Thursday 24 May 10:00am

Aratoi holds a large collection of taonga Maori, entrusted to our care by Maori and Pakeha families.

Many of the woven taonga – korowai, kete and piupiu - had been owned by local families since the 1800s.

The ...

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