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Wednesday 5 August

Wednesday 5 August 09:00am

Our Adult Reading Challenge is back, from 6th July to 7th September 2020. There are nine challenges to encourage you to read through these cold and wintry nights. Pop into your local library to register for free and pick ...

Wednesday 5 August 10:00am

"The Crescent Moon: the Asian Face of Islam in New Zealand" gives a face and a voice to New Zealand’s Muslims of Asian descent, who form the majority of Muslims both in this country and in the world as a whole.

In ...

Wednesday 5 August 10:00am

Aratoi holds a large collection of taonga Māori, entrusted to our care by Māori and Pākehā families. Many of the woven taonga – korowai, kete and piupiu - had been owned by local families since the 1800s.

The ...

Wednesday 5 August 10:00am

Two 'tourists of photography' of different generations in a game of visual snap. Gavin Hipkins's new epic eighty-photo frieze The Homely II scrambles of images of New Zealand and Great Britain. This 'Victorian melodrama' ...

Wednesday 5 August 10:00am

Contemporary printmaking exhibition by artists in New Zealand and The Netherlands.

In 1642, Dutch explorer Abel Tasman reached a new land in the Pacific Ocean and his cartographers named it New Zealand, after the ...

Wednesday 5 August 10:00am

Wairarapa is on the verge of becoming a Dark Sky Reserve, a region dedicated to preserving the pristine night sky. Darkness is vital for human wellbeing, creatures’ life cycles, navigation and our own cultural and ...

Wednesday 5 August 10:00am

Every August, the colour yellow symbolises raising awareness and funds for the one in three New Zealanders who will receive a cancer diagnosis during their lifetime.

Aratoi’s pop-up exhibition of yellow works from ...

Wednesday 5 August 01:00pm

Contact Jan Hoskin on 06 308 8556

Come along and give it a go.

Bring your own ukulele or contact us to see if you can borrow a spare.

Wednesday 5 August 06:00pm

By the end of this course, learners will be able to:
- Harvest and care for their harakeke and pa harakeke
- Prepare flax for weaving* Use basic weaving tools
- Weave kono, konae and more

Please enroll by 27 July ...

Thursday 6 August

Thursday 6 August 09:00am

Our Adult Reading Challenge is back, from 6th July to 7th September 2020. There are nine challenges to encourage you to read through these cold and wintry nights. Pop into your local library to register for free and pick ...

Thursday 6 August 10:00am

Update: The Featherston Community Centre is closed for all activities, meetings and events.

Feldenkrais is a method of movement education, which is different from conventional exercise systems like yoga, Pilates and ...

Thursday 6 August 10:00am

"The Crescent Moon: the Asian Face of Islam in New Zealand" gives a face and a voice to New Zealand’s Muslims of Asian descent, who form the majority of Muslims both in this country and in the world as a whole.

In ...

Thursday 6 August 10:00am

Aratoi holds a large collection of taonga Māori, entrusted to our care by Māori and Pākehā families. Many of the woven taonga – korowai, kete and piupiu - had been owned by local families since the 1800s.

The ...

Thursday 6 August 10:00am

Two 'tourists of photography' of different generations in a game of visual snap. Gavin Hipkins's new epic eighty-photo frieze The Homely II scrambles of images of New Zealand and Great Britain. This 'Victorian melodrama' ...

Thursday 6 August 10:00am

Contemporary printmaking exhibition by artists in New Zealand and The Netherlands.

In 1642, Dutch explorer Abel Tasman reached a new land in the Pacific Ocean and his cartographers named it New Zealand, after the ...

Thursday 6 August 10:00am

Wairarapa is on the verge of becoming a Dark Sky Reserve, a region dedicated to preserving the pristine night sky. Darkness is vital for human wellbeing, creatures’ life cycles, navigation and our own cultural and ...

Thursday 6 August 10:00am

Every August, the colour yellow symbolises raising awareness and funds for the one in three New Zealanders who will receive a cancer diagnosis during their lifetime.

Aratoi’s pop-up exhibition of yellow works from ...

Thursday 6 August 01:00pm

Update: The Featherston Community Centre is closed for all activities, meetings and events.

If you like card games, that's a good chance to play with a nice group!
Since the 1930s, Bridge has been one of the most ...

Thursday 6 August 06:30pm

Update: The Featherston Community Centre is closed for all activities, meetings and events.

A gentle introduction to a variety of Middle Eastern and modern fusion dance styles and music. You do not have to show your ...

Thursday 6 August 07:00pm

An open and diverse group of sharing and mutual support. Come to share or listen to the stories of other local men 17+ who feel need to connect with self and the group, silence... Happy to have 14+ guys accompanied by ...

Friday 7 August

Friday 7 August 09:00am

Our Adult Reading Challenge is back, from 6th July to 7th September 2020. There are nine challenges to encourage you to read through these cold and wintry nights. Pop into your local library to register for free and pick ...

Friday 7 August 10:00am

"The Crescent Moon: the Asian Face of Islam in New Zealand" gives a face and a voice to New Zealand’s Muslims of Asian descent, who form the majority of Muslims both in this country and in the world as a whole.

In ...

Friday 7 August 10:00am

Aratoi holds a large collection of taonga Māori, entrusted to our care by Māori and Pākehā families. Many of the woven taonga – korowai, kete and piupiu - had been owned by local families since the 1800s.

The ...

Friday 7 August 10:00am

Update: The Featherston Community Centre is closed for all activities, meetings and events.

Come and join us!

We are a group of ladies ranging in age from the late 40's into the 80's who enjoy company as we craft. ...

Friday 7 August 10:00am

Update: The Featherston Community Centre is closed for all activities, meetings and events.

Come and join us!

We are a group of ladies ranging in age from the late '40s into the '80s who enjoy company as we craft. ...

Friday 7 August 10:00am

Two 'tourists of photography' of different generations in a game of visual snap. Gavin Hipkins's new epic eighty-photo frieze The Homely II scrambles of images of New Zealand and Great Britain. This 'Victorian melodrama' ...

Friday 7 August 10:00am

Contemporary printmaking exhibition by artists in New Zealand and The Netherlands.

In 1642, Dutch explorer Abel Tasman reached a new land in the Pacific Ocean and his cartographers named it New Zealand, after the ...

Friday 7 August 10:00am

Wairarapa is on the verge of becoming a Dark Sky Reserve, a region dedicated to preserving the pristine night sky. Darkness is vital for human wellbeing, creatures’ life cycles, navigation and our own cultural and ...

Friday 7 August 10:00am

Every August, the colour yellow symbolises raising awareness and funds for the one in three New Zealanders who will receive a cancer diagnosis during their lifetime.

Aratoi’s pop-up exhibition of yellow works from ...

Friday 7 August 07:30pm

Welcome to Stonehenge Aotearoa!

Have you ever looked up at the night sky, and wondered about it?
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Venture with us beyond Earth!
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Stonehenge ...

Friday 7 August 08:00pm

Looking for A One Night Stand? Well, you've come to the right spot. No, no! Not that kind. The hilariously funny kind. A one-of-a-kind comedy event like Dannevirke has never seen before!

Featuring Richard Dryden, ...

Saturday 8 August

Saturday 8 August 08:00am

The Featherston Weekly Market offers fresh produce, fine food producers, creators and much more. Great atmosphere, amazing food and community spirit. See you soon!

Find us in the back carpark. We are open rain, hail ...

Saturday 8 August 10:00am

"The Crescent Moon: the Asian Face of Islam in New Zealand" gives a face and a voice to New Zealand’s Muslims of Asian descent, who form the majority of Muslims both in this country and in the world as a whole.

In ...

Saturday 8 August 10:00am

Aratoi holds a large collection of taonga Māori, entrusted to our care by Māori and Pākehā families. Many of the woven taonga – korowai, kete and piupiu - had been owned by local families since the 1800s.

The ...

Saturday 8 August 10:00am

Two 'tourists of photography' of different generations in a game of visual snap. Gavin Hipkins's new epic eighty-photo frieze The Homely II scrambles of images of New Zealand and Great Britain. This 'Victorian melodrama' ...

Saturday 8 August 10:00am

Contemporary printmaking exhibition by artists in New Zealand and The Netherlands.

In 1642, Dutch explorer Abel Tasman reached a new land in the Pacific Ocean and his cartographers named it New Zealand, after the ...

Saturday 8 August 10:00am

Wairarapa is on the verge of becoming a Dark Sky Reserve, a region dedicated to preserving the pristine night sky. Darkness is vital for human wellbeing, creatures’ life cycles, navigation and our own cultural and ...

Saturday 8 August 10:00am

Every August, the colour yellow symbolises raising awareness and funds for the one in three New Zealanders who will receive a cancer diagnosis during their lifetime.

Aratoi’s pop-up exhibition of yellow works from ...

Saturday 8 August 02:00pm

Have you ever wanted to reproduce your own amazing shots of the night sky like the Hubble Space Telescope?

Have you ever thought about astrophotography but not sure where to start, then this is the course for you. We ...

Saturday 8 August 07:30pm

Welcome to Stonehenge Aotearoa!

Have you ever looked up at the night sky, and wondered about it?
__________________________________
Venture with us beyond Earth!
__________________________________
Stonehenge ...

Saturday 8 August 07:30pm

Looking for A One Night Stand? Well, you've come to the right spot. No, no! Not that kind. The hilariously funny kind. A one-of-a-kind comedy event like Pahiatua has never seen before!

Featuring Taylor Ruddle, Chris ...

Saturday 8 August 08:00pm

An instant hit when it premiered, The Daylight Atheist by award-winning satirical cartoonist Tom Scott, stars Michael Hurst in a not-to-be-missed repertoire experience.

Ageing Irish raconteur Danny Moffat retreats ...

Sunday 9 August

Sunday 9 August 10:00am

Craft Market at Kopuaranga Hall Sunday 9th August 10 am to 3pm. Just 15 minutes north of Masterton. 18 stall sites in the hall. outside stall sites available weather permitting, $10 per table in side. Phone Jenny 06 ...

Sunday 9 August 10:00am

"The Crescent Moon: the Asian Face of Islam in New Zealand" gives a face and a voice to New Zealand’s Muslims of Asian descent, who form the majority of Muslims both in this country and in the world as a whole.

In ...

Sunday 9 August 10:00am

Aratoi holds a large collection of taonga Māori, entrusted to our care by Māori and Pākehā families. Many of the woven taonga – korowai, kete and piupiu - had been owned by local families since the 1800s.

The ...

Sunday 9 August 10:00am

Two 'tourists of photography' of different generations in a game of visual snap. Gavin Hipkins's new epic eighty-photo frieze The Homely II scrambles of images of New Zealand and Great Britain. This 'Victorian melodrama' ...

Sunday 9 August 10:00am

Contemporary printmaking exhibition by artists in New Zealand and The Netherlands.

In 1642, Dutch explorer Abel Tasman reached a new land in the Pacific Ocean and his cartographers named it New Zealand, after the ...

Sunday 9 August 10:00am

Wairarapa is on the verge of becoming a Dark Sky Reserve, a region dedicated to preserving the pristine night sky. Darkness is vital for human wellbeing, creatures’ life cycles, navigation and our own cultural and ...

Sunday 9 August 10:00am

Every August, the colour yellow symbolises raising awareness and funds for the one in three New Zealanders who will receive a cancer diagnosis during their lifetime.

Aratoi’s pop-up exhibition of yellow works from ...

Sunday 9 August 11:00am

We love hosting friends from out of town, especially when they bring a bottle or two!

Our friends from Mt Difficulty will be visiting the Te Kairanga Cellar Door over the next couple of Sundays and they’re bringing ...

Monday 10 August

Monday 10 August 09:00am

Our Adult Reading Challenge is back, from 6th July to 7th September 2020. There are nine challenges to encourage you to read through these cold and wintry nights. Pop into your local library to register for free and pick ...

Monday 10 August 10:00am

"The Crescent Moon: the Asian Face of Islam in New Zealand" gives a face and a voice to New Zealand’s Muslims of Asian descent, who form the majority of Muslims both in this country and in the world as a whole.

In ...

Monday 10 August 10:00am

Contemporary printmaking exhibition by artists in New Zealand and The Netherlands.

In 1642, Dutch explorer Abel Tasman reached a new land in the Pacific Ocean and his cartographers named it New Zealand, after the ...

Monday 10 August 01:00pm

Update: The Featherston Community Centre is closed for all activities, meetings and events.

We share the room with the Mah Jong players in front of the cosy wood burner.

Come play social card games, make new ...

Tuesday 11 August

Tuesday 11 August 09:00am

Our Adult Reading Challenge is back, from 6th July to 7th September 2020. There are nine challenges to encourage you to read through these cold and wintry nights. Pop into your local library to register for free and pick ...

Tuesday 11 August 10:00am

"The Crescent Moon: the Asian Face of Islam in New Zealand" gives a face and a voice to New Zealand’s Muslims of Asian descent, who form the majority of Muslims both in this country and in the world as a whole.

In ...

Tuesday 11 August 10:00am

Aratoi holds a large collection of taonga Māori, entrusted to our care by Māori and Pākehā families. Many of the woven taonga – korowai, kete and piupiu - had been owned by local families since the 1800s.

The ...

Tuesday 11 August 10:00am

Two 'tourists of photography' of different generations in a game of visual snap. Gavin Hipkins's new epic eighty-photo frieze The Homely II scrambles of images of New Zealand and Great Britain. This 'Victorian melodrama' ...

Tuesday 11 August 10:00am

Contemporary printmaking exhibition by artists in New Zealand and The Netherlands.

In 1642, Dutch explorer Abel Tasman reached a new land in the Pacific Ocean and his cartographers named it New Zealand, after the ...

Tuesday 11 August 10:00am

Wairarapa is on the verge of becoming a Dark Sky Reserve, a region dedicated to preserving the pristine night sky. Darkness is vital for human wellbeing, creatures’ life cycles, navigation and our own cultural and ...

Tuesday 11 August 10:00am

Every August, the colour yellow symbolises raising awareness and funds for the one in three New Zealanders who will receive a cancer diagnosis during their lifetime.

Aratoi’s pop-up exhibition of yellow works from ...

Tuesday 11 August 07:15pm

We are an un-auditioned, all-comers, primarily a cappella choir, and we welcome anyone who enjoys group singing in harmony, across a wide variety of musical styles. Ability to read music is helpful, but definitely not ...

Wednesday 12 August

Wednesday 12 August 09:00am

Our Adult Reading Challenge is back, from 6th July to 7th September 2020. There are nine challenges to encourage you to read through these cold and wintry nights. Pop into your local library to register for free and pick ...

Wednesday 12 August 10:00am

Every August, the colour yellow symbolises raising awareness and funds for the one in three New Zealanders who will receive a cancer diagnosis during their lifetime.

Aratoi’s pop-up exhibition of yellow works from ...

Wednesday 12 August 10:00am

"The Crescent Moon: the Asian Face of Islam in New Zealand" gives a face and a voice to New Zealand’s Muslims of Asian descent, who form the majority of Muslims both in this country and in the world as a whole.

In ...

Wednesday 12 August 10:00am

Aratoi holds a large collection of taonga Māori, entrusted to our care by Māori and Pākehā families. Many of the woven taonga – korowai, kete and piupiu - had been owned by local families since the 1800s.

The ...

Wednesday 12 August 10:00am

Two 'tourists of photography' of different generations in a game of visual snap. Gavin Hipkins's new epic eighty-photo frieze The Homely II scrambles of images of New Zealand and Great Britain. This 'Victorian melodrama' ...

Wednesday 12 August 10:00am

Contemporary printmaking exhibition by artists in New Zealand and The Netherlands.

In 1642, Dutch explorer Abel Tasman reached a new land in the Pacific Ocean and his cartographers named it New Zealand, after the ...

Wednesday 12 August 10:00am

Wairarapa is on the verge of becoming a Dark Sky Reserve, a region dedicated to preserving the pristine night sky. Darkness is vital for human wellbeing, creatures’ life cycles, navigation and our own cultural and ...

Wednesday 12 August 01:00pm

Contact Jan Hoskin on 06 308 8556

Come along and give it a go.

Bring your own ukulele or contact us to see if you can borrow a spare.

Wednesday 12 August 06:00pm

An Almost Ordinary Summer / Croce e Delizia

The Studio Italia Cinema Italiano Festival NZ warmly welcomes you to the Italian Film Festival at The Screening Room, Masterton.

Two very different families spend their ...

Thursday 13 August

Thursday 13 August 09:00am

Our Adult Reading Challenge is back, from 6th July to 7th September 2020. There are nine challenges to encourage you to read through these cold and wintry nights. Pop into your local library to register for free and pick ...

Thursday 13 August 10:00am

Wairarapa is on the verge of becoming a Dark Sky Reserve, a region dedicated to preserving the pristine night sky. Darkness is vital for human wellbeing, creatures’ life cycles, navigation and our own cultural and ...

Thursday 13 August 10:00am

Every August, the colour yellow symbolises raising awareness and funds for the one in three New Zealanders who will receive a cancer diagnosis during their lifetime.

Aratoi’s pop-up exhibition of yellow works from ...

Thursday 13 August 10:00am

Update: The Featherston Community Centre is closed for all activities, meetings and events.

Feldenkrais is a method of movement education, which is different from conventional exercise systems like yoga, Pilates and ...

Thursday 13 August 10:00am

"The Crescent Moon: the Asian Face of Islam in New Zealand" gives a face and a voice to New Zealand’s Muslims of Asian descent, who form the majority of Muslims both in this country and in the world as a whole.

In ...

Thursday 13 August 10:00am

Aratoi holds a large collection of taonga Māori, entrusted to our care by Māori and Pākehā families. Many of the woven taonga – korowai, kete and piupiu - had been owned by local families since the 1800s.

The ...

Thursday 13 August 10:00am

Two 'tourists of photography' of different generations in a game of visual snap. Gavin Hipkins's new epic eighty-photo frieze The Homely II scrambles of images of New Zealand and Great Britain. This 'Victorian melodrama' ...

Thursday 13 August 10:00am

Contemporary printmaking exhibition by artists in New Zealand and The Netherlands.

In 1642, Dutch explorer Abel Tasman reached a new land in the Pacific Ocean and his cartographers named it New Zealand, after the ...

Thursday 13 August 03:30pm

The Studio Italia Cinema Italiano Festival NZ warmly invites you to the Italian Film Festival at The Screening Room, Masterton.

All You Need is Crime / Non Ci Resta Che Il Crimine

Take a step back in time with ...

Thursday 13 August 05:30pm

The Studio Italia Cinema Italiano Festival warmly invites you to the Italian Film Festival at The Screening Room in Masterton.

Don't Stop Me Now / Ma Cosa Ci Dice Il Cervello

After the enormous success of Like a ...

Thursday 13 August 06:30pm

Update: The Featherston Community Centre is closed for all activities, meetings and events.

A gentle introduction to a variety of Middle Eastern and modern fusion dance styles and music. You do not have to show your ...

Thursday 13 August 07:30pm

On stage this August at the Dannevirke Fountain Theatre! Dannevirke Theatre Company proudly presents "Steel Magnolias" Directed by Davina Graham 'the funniest show to make you cry'. Set in small town Louisiana USA in ...