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Good pruning = good fruiting. Though the best (and simplest) time to train your trees is when they are young – wild and woolly trees can be brought back into production and tamed too. Today we are learning about ...

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Friday 28 July 08:30am

No title
No subject
No concept
No art school
No self expression
No New Zealand identity
No dealer gallery
No audience
No fans

Hatched. Botched. Bleeding.
Blitzkrieg attacks of scrapes and scrawls.
Not ...

Friday 28 July 09:00am

Our annual poetry competition, in celebration of National Poetry Day, has begun. One winner, one prize, announced on 25 August 2017 on blog/facebook.

Please read the rules:
- Open to all New Zealand residents aged ...

Friday 28 July 10:00am

The Pointon Collection of Cars & Costume is now showing the latest winter fashions from over 40 years ago.

We show daywear & dinner gowns made of velvet or wool in the 1940's, plus their accessories.

Then in the ...

Friday 28 July 10:00am

After two years of preparation, Aratoi Museum is pleased to present the largest exhibition of Ngati Kahungunu taonga ever on display. Te Marae o Rongotaketake – Redressing our Kahungunu History fills the entire ...

Friday 28 July 10:00am

Cobblestones is a top heritage attraction for all ages, right in the heart of Wairarapa.

Explore, discover, reminisce... there's plenty to do at Cobblestones where you'll get up-close with Wairarapa's colonial ...

Friday 28 July 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 28 July 07:30pm

New to the Club - Sean O'Brien will be entertaining us from 7:30pm.

Members, affiliated members and their guests welcome.

Friday 28 July 07:30pm

Learn the joys of playing music with our talented local Wellington Ukulele Orchestra musician and singer Sam Auger.

Class level: All
Class size limit: 20
Teacher: Sam Auger

Cost: (pro-rated for those that join ...

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