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Friday 24 November 04:30pm

Pahiatua - we are coming to you! Every 4th Friday of the month up until the end of this year, the Thursday Night Food Trucks Masterton are hitting the road and bringing you trucks full of foody goodness! From gourmet ...

Saturday 25 November 08:00am

Wings Over Wairarapa Air Festival has a new date, the Masterton based festival that attracts tens of thousands from across Aotearoa as well as international visitors will now take place from 24-26 November 2023.

The ...

Saturday 25 November 09:00am

Come along and check out the array of awesome crafts and food. Held last Saturday of each month at 46 Main Street, or if weather is bad, the Town Hall.

Do you want to hold a store - if so then contact
Contact Marsha ...

Saturday 25 November 10:00am

Ask anyone to define ‘sculpture’ and they will inevitably tell you it is three-dimensional and made of stone, metal, clay or wood – carved, cast or modelled.

Today sculptors use an enlarged range of materials, ...

Saturday 25 November 10:00am

Check out the gardens at Longbush Cottage and embark on an enchanting journey through nature's beauty. As you step into this modern flower-filled cottage garden, you will be immersed in vibrant colours and captivating ...

Saturday 25 November 10:00am

Showing selected works from Te Papa’s summer exhibition - Rita Angus: New Zealand Modernist | He Ringatoi Hou o Aotearoa - this exhibition brings together 20 works by one of New Zealand’s most iconic 20th ...

Saturday 25 November 10:00am

Double Edge Sword aims to communicate ideas on human drive and desire related to the human condition, the connection to self-preservation and survival and how they can be both a benefit and liability.

These works are ...

Saturday 25 November 10:00am

In iTaukei (Indigenous Fijian) culture the head and hair symbolize mana and connection to the spiritual realm. In this exhibition Natasha Ratuva presents masi artworks that reinterpret traditional patterns from Fijian ...

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