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Tuesday 25 September

Tuesday 25 September 09:30am

Waste Free Parenting Workshop - Carterton

This is a humorous, entertaining and inspirational event full of tips and ideas around ways you can minimise waste in your home especially with young children in the house. ...

Tuesday 25 September 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 ...

Tuesday 25 September 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 ...

Tuesday 25 September 10:00am

Desmond Bovey’s collection of rare masks and statues offers an insight into African tribal life.

Minkisi (singular: nkisi) are statues, or more often containers such as bottles or shells, into which a spirit has ...

Tuesday 25 September 10:00am

The Pointon Collection opened in 1993 & to celebrate this milestone, a beautiful display of original wedding gowns has been set up.

From exquisite gowns in the 1870's to the 1960's Mod, Gaye has chosen the oldest, ...

Tuesday 25 September 10:00am

Inspired by their role at Massey University's School of Design, the exhibition is underpinned by art and design concepts affect, interaction, multimodality, play and tactility.

The artists retrospective bodies of ...

Tuesday 25 September 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 25 September 02:00pm

Our series of talks, performances and presentations.

We cover a diverse cross section of interests within the community and are always happy to receive suggestions and ideas for future Spotlight talks.

This month ...

Tuesday 25 September 06:00pm

Everyone is welcome to join these interactive, improvised musical journeys. Hundreds of world instruments provided.

Every Tuesday from May 22, during school terms. There is no need to register or participate ...

Tuesday 25 September 06:00pm

Become a Co-Creator and experience the power of being in tune with others and the calming beauty of harmonies! Aratoi and Masterton Arts Fund invite you to discover the magic of music in a unique way – not just as an ...

Wednesday 26 September

Wednesday 26 September 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 ...

Wednesday 26 September 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 ...

Wednesday 26 September 10:00am

Desmond Bovey’s collection of rare masks and statues offers an insight into African tribal life.

Minkisi (singular: nkisi) are statues, or more often containers such as bottles or shells, into which a spirit has ...

Wednesday 26 September 10:00am

The Pointon Collection opened in 1993 & to celebrate this milestone, a beautiful display of original wedding gowns has been set up.

From exquisite gowns in the 1870's to the 1960's Mod, Gaye has chosen the oldest, ...

Wednesday 26 September 10:00am

This is a self guided tour available during opening hours.

A map and 8-minute audio visual are part of the experience.

Wednesday 26 September 10:00am

Inspired by their role at Massey University's School of Design, the exhibition is underpinned by art and design concepts affect, interaction, multimodality, play and tactility.

The artists retrospective bodies of ...

Wednesday 26 September 07:00pm

All of us face challenges and difficulties in our life; and although most of the time we cope, we can sometimes feel worn down by things.

In general, we tend to see the situation (or other people) as the problem, and ...

Thursday 27 September

Thursday 27 September 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 27 September 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 ...

Thursday 27 September 10:00am

Desmond Bovey’s collection of rare masks and statues offers an insight into African tribal life.

Minkisi (singular: nkisi) are statues, or more often containers such as bottles or shells, into which a spirit has ...

Thursday 27 September 10:00am

The Pointon Collection opened in 1993 & to celebrate this milestone, a beautiful display of original wedding gowns has been set up.

From exquisite gowns in the 1870's to the 1960's Mod, Gaye has chosen the oldest, ...

Thursday 27 September 10:00am

This is a self guided tour available during opening hours.

A map and 8-minute audio visual are part of the experience.

Thursday 27 September 10:00am

Inspired by their role at Massey University's School of Design, the exhibition is underpinned by art and design concepts affect, interaction, multimodality, play and tactility.

The artists retrospective bodies of ...

Thursday 27 September 05:30pm
Thursday 27 September 07:30pm

Quiz Participants: $5

This is our first quiz fundraiser and its going to be a blast! Join us for a night of fun and trivia. Discounted drinks for participants.

Food platters available from the bar. Get up a team ...

Friday 28 September

Friday 28 September 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 ...

Friday 28 September 10:00am

Desmond Bovey’s collection of rare masks and statues offers an insight into African tribal life.

Minkisi (singular: nkisi) are statues, or more often containers such as bottles or shells, into which a spirit has ...

Friday 28 September 10:00am

The Pointon Collection opened in 1993 & to celebrate this milestone, a beautiful display of original wedding gowns has been set up.

From exquisite gowns in the 1870's to the 1960's Mod, Gaye has chosen the oldest, ...

Friday 28 September 10:00am

This is a self guided tour available during opening hours.

A map and 8-minute audio visual are part of the experience.

Friday 28 September 10:00am

Inspired by their role at Massey University's School of Design, the exhibition is underpinned by art and design concepts affect, interaction, multimodality, play and tactility.

The artists retrospective bodies of ...

Friday 28 September 10:30am

Do you enjoy writing or reading poetry? Then this is the group for you.

Come along and join some like-minded people to discuss poems, create and enjoy. Tea & coffee provided.

Look for the reserved table.

Friday 28 September 11:00am

In a concert where pop meets traditional country we feature award winning songs from artists like Doris Day, John Denver, Connie Francis, Kenny Rodgers and Dolly Parton.

We have a stellar cast which includes Karl ...

Friday 28 September 05:30pm
Friday 28 September 06:30pm

Come and learn groovy, contagious African Rhythms & Dance in a fun easy Workshop with Koffie Fugah from Ghana, West Africa.

Koffie Fugah is a Skilled, Inspirational Master Drummer Dancer from Ghana, West Africa. He ...

Friday 28 September 07:30pm

A feast of chamber music in Martinborough… four concerts over three days featuring some of New Zealand's finest classical musicians… Wilma Smith (Violin), Diedre Irons (Piano), Mark Walton (Clarinet), Amalia Hall ...

Friday 28 September 08:00pm

Australian songwriter James Kenyon is returning to Aotearoa this September for an 8 date tour that will include Christchurch, Wellington and Auckland. He'll be joined by New Zealand favourite and hardest working ...

Saturday 29 September

Saturday 29 September 09:00am

The Wairarapa Farmers’ Market is held every Saturday from 9am to 1pm (rain or shine!), undercover at The Farriers Bar and Eatery, 4 Queen St North, Masterton.

Entry is on the north end of Chapel and Queen Streets, ...

Saturday 29 September 09:00am

Sorry this event has now Sold Out.

After last year's record sell out we are back in 2018!

Celebrating its 2nd year, the NZ Tiny House & Alternative Living Conference is returning and ready to take it to the next ...

Saturday 29 September 09:00am

At the gateway to the Wairarapa, 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 ingredients. ...

Saturday 29 September 09:55am

Enjoy a full-day guided tour from Wellington to the Wairarapa and experience boutique shopping, lunch, wine and cheese while all of your transport is taken care of. Greytown is a country village with metropolitan ...

Saturday 29 September 10:00am

This great country market is run on the last Saturday of the month and has some exciting stalls including crafts, gifts, jewellery, food and much more.

Check it out and grab yourself a bargain.

Saturday 29 September 10:00am

Farmhouse-style cheese is the easiest hard cheese to make and it doesn't even need a cheese press. If you want to give it a go you should come along and learn how to make it in our mini-factory at Wild Bush Cheese in ...

Saturday 29 September 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 ...

Saturday 29 September 10:00am

Desmond Bovey’s collection of rare masks and statues offers an insight into African tribal life.

Minkisi (singular: nkisi) are statues, or more often containers such as bottles or shells, into which a spirit has ...

Saturday 29 September 10:00am

The Pointon Collection opened in 1993 & to celebrate this milestone, a beautiful display of original wedding gowns has been set up.

From exquisite gowns in the 1870's to the 1960's Mod, Gaye has chosen the oldest, ...

Saturday 29 September 10:00am

Have you ever wanted to make tasty feta cheese? Well, it's easy as and here's your chance to have a go in our mini cheese factory in Woodville.

This is a hands-on workshop where we teach you how to turn fresh cows' ...

Saturday 29 September 10:00am

This is a self guided tour available during opening hours.

A map and 8-minute audio visual are part of the experience.

Saturday 29 September 10:00am

Inspired by their role at Massey University's School of Design, the exhibition is underpinned by art and design concepts affect, interaction, multimodality, play and tactility.

The artists retrospective bodies of ...

Saturday 29 September 11:00am

Stableford Competition.

Cards in by 12noon.

In support of the Halberg Trust for children with special needs.
Phone - 06 377 4948 for more information.

Saturday 29 September 11:00am

Join us for our Memory Walk, meet at Farriers car park Masterton - 10:30 onwards to register and get your free purple tee shirt, Donations will be greatfully accepted, Walk starts at 11 am - walking up Queen street to ...

Saturday 29 September 02:00pm

A feast of chamber music in Martinborough… four concerts over three days featuring some of New Zealand's finest classical musicians… Wilma Smith (Violin), Diedre Irons (Piano), Mark Walton (Clarinet), Amalia Hall ...

Saturday 29 September 05:30pm
Saturday 29 September 07:30pm

A feast of chamber music in Martinborough… four concerts over three days featuring some of New Zealand's finest classical musicians… Wilma Smith (Violin), Diedre Irons (Piano), Mark Walton (Clarinet), Amalia Hall ...

Saturday 29 September 08:00pm

Have you ever been to a film musical and had the uncontrollable urge to burst into song?

Ever wanted to know what it’s like to be a T-bird or a Pink Lady but never quite felt cool enough to pull it off? Well, now is ...

Sunday 30 September

Sunday 30 September 10:00am

Last Sunday of the month get over to the Tui Brewery to see some of the finest cars around!

Live music - prizes - lunch - brewery tours $25pp.
$10 Vehicle registration towards a local cause.

10am gates open, 12pm ...

Sunday 30 September 10:00am

Inspired by their role at Massey University's School of Design, the exhibition is underpinned by art and design concepts affect, interaction, multimodality, play and tactility.

The artists retrospective bodies of ...

Sunday 30 September 10:00am

Enjoy a full-day guided tour from Wellington to the Wairarapa and experience boutique shopping, lunch, wine and cheese while all of your transport is taken care of. Greytown is a country village with metropolitan ...

Sunday 30 September 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 ...

Sunday 30 September 10:00am

Desmond Bovey’s collection of rare masks and statues offers an insight into African tribal life.

Minkisi (singular: nkisi) are statues, or more often containers such as bottles or shells, into which a spirit has ...

Sunday 30 September 10:00am

The Pointon Collection opened in 1993 & to celebrate this milestone, a beautiful display of original wedding gowns has been set up.

From exquisite gowns in the 1870's to the 1960's Mod, Gaye has chosen the oldest, ...

Sunday 30 September 10:00am

This is a self guided tour available during opening hours.

A map and 8-minute audio visual are part of the experience.

Sunday 30 September 10:00am

Calling all motorcycle enthusiasts!! If you have a passion for these two-wheeled machines make sure you head on down to the Tui Brewery to see some fine British and American Motorbikes on display.

Check out the ...

Sunday 30 September 02:00pm

A feast of chamber music in Martinborough… four concerts over three days featuring some of New Zealand's finest classical musicians… Wilma Smith (Violin), Diedre Irons (Piano), Mark Walton (Clarinet), Amalia Hall ...

Sunday 30 September 02:00pm

The inaugural Featherston Expo & Potluck Arvo Tea will be held in the heart of Spring at 2pm on the 30th of September in the Anzac Hall in Featherston.

The annual event, which organisers Indigo Freya and Kate Peters ...

Sunday 30 September 02:30pm

Join an interesting tour visiting the graves of women who signed the Suffrage Petition in 1893, 125 years ago so that all women could have the vote. Meet at the gate, rain or shine.

There is no cost but a donation ...

Monday 1 October

Monday 1 October 11:00am

Inspired by their role at Massey University's School of Design, the exhibition is underpinned by art and design concepts affect, interaction, multimodality, play and tactility.

The artists retrospective bodies of ...

Monday 1 October 11:00am

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 ...

Monday 1 October 11:00am

Desmond Bovey’s collection of rare masks and statues offers an insight into African tribal life.

Minkisi (singular: nkisi) are statues, or more often containers such as bottles or shells, into which a spirit has ...

Monday 1 October 11:00am

The Pointon Collection opened in 1993 & to celebrate this milestone, a beautiful display of original wedding gowns has been set up.

From exquisite gowns in the 1870's to the 1960's Mod, Gaye has chosen the oldest, ...

Monday 1 October 11:00am

Skateboard school holiday programme suitable for children aged 5 - 12 years.

No skateboarding riding experience necessary. We provide all skateboards, safety equipment, portable ramps, and instructors.

Monday 1 October 12:00pm

It's almost the school holidays so it's time to get your Junior Rangers signed up for Ranger duty or older pre-teen rangers signed up for our new Te Kakano programme. Pukaha can help keep the kids busy with our hands on, ...

Tuesday 2 October

Tuesday 2 October 11:00am

Inspired by their role at Massey University's School of Design, the exhibition is underpinned by art and design concepts affect, interaction, multimodality, play and tactility.

The artists retrospective bodies of ...

Tuesday 2 October 11:00am

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 ...

Tuesday 2 October 11:00am

Desmond Bovey’s collection of rare masks and statues offers an insight into African tribal life.

Minkisi (singular: nkisi) are statues, or more often containers such as bottles or shells, into which a spirit has ...

Tuesday 2 October 11:00am

The Pointon Collection opened in 1993 & to celebrate this milestone, a beautiful display of original wedding gowns has been set up.

From exquisite gowns in the 1870's to the 1960's Mod, Gaye has chosen the oldest, ...

Tuesday 2 October 12:00pm

It's almost the school holidays so it's time to get your Junior Rangers signed up for Ranger duty or older pre-teen rangers signed up for our new Te Kakano programme. Pukaha can help keep the kids busy with our hands on, ...

Wednesday 3 October

Wednesday 3 October 11:00am

Inspired by their role at Massey University's School of Design, the exhibition is underpinned by art and design concepts affect, interaction, multimodality, play and tactility.

The artists retrospective bodies of ...

Wednesday 3 October 11:00am

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 ...

Wednesday 3 October 11:00am

Desmond Bovey’s collection of rare masks and statues offers an insight into African tribal life.

Minkisi (singular: nkisi) are statues, or more often containers such as bottles or shells, into which a spirit has ...

Wednesday 3 October 11:00am

The Pointon Collection opened in 1993 & to celebrate this milestone, a beautiful display of original wedding gowns has been set up.

From exquisite gowns in the 1870's to the 1960's Mod, Gaye has chosen the oldest, ...

Wednesday 3 October 11:00am

This is a self guided tour available during opening hours.

A map and 8-minute audio visual are part of the experience.

Wednesday 3 October 12:00pm

It's almost the school holidays so it's time to get your Junior Rangers signed up for Ranger duty or older pre-teen rangers signed up for our new Te Kakano programme. Pukaha can help keep the kids busy with our hands on, ...

Wednesday 3 October 03:00pm

Join Dr Pamela Nunn on her inspiring journey through NZ Art History with a special focus on works from the Aratoi collection.

Wed, 5 Sept, 2pm - The Art of Encounter

Wed, 19 Sept, 2pm - European Influences
...

Wednesday 3 October 08:30pm

Our monthly musical get together on the first Wednesday of the month in October has Bruce Bisset and The Rural Voters from Central Hawke's Bay as the guest band.

Bruce sings Tom Waits style poetic blues songs backed ...