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Tuesday 25 June

Tuesday 25 June 10:00am

The annual exhibition by King Street Artworks is an annual joy.

The 22nd show will feature a collection of eclectic works, in all manner of media, from the artists who work at the one-of-a-kind creative space in ...

Tuesday 25 June 10:00am

He Manawa Whenua: He Puna Wai

13 contemporary artists explore the rivers and lakes of Aotearoa.

A multi-media exhibition - with internationally regarded artists, Water\Way explores the cultural, conceptual and ...

Tuesday 25 June 10:00am

Warm up your winter by reliving this bygone era, when women wore smart skirts, dresses, costumes, coats, and knitwear made of wool. Then there's furs, hats, gloves & scarves to add. Houses weren't so warm and cars ...

Tuesday 25 June 10:00am

Paul Gadsby's eco-political bird paintings capture current environmental issues and the impact on native species and their habitat.

The Takeaways series was influenced by the NZ artist Don Binney.

Exhibition ...

Tuesday 25 June 10:00am

Let art help you heal, clear your mind and meet new friends.

In this weekly class at the Featherston Community Centre we mostly work with acrylics.

Contact: Julia O’Neale - 06 308 8977.

Tuesday 25 June 02:00pm

Come along and meet other reading enthusiasts. Every last Tuesday of the month, at 2pm.

All new 18+ members are welcome.

We are middlebrow readers - Jack Reacher is a favourite. We each bring along something we ...

Tuesday 25 June 07:00pm

Everyone always feels better after a session of singing. Come join us!

Susan Mitchell - 021 246 4884.

Wednesday 26 June

Wednesday 26 June 10:00am

The annual exhibition by King Street Artworks is an annual joy.

The 22nd show will feature a collection of eclectic works, in all manner of media, from the artists who work at the one-of-a-kind creative space in ...

Wednesday 26 June 10:00am

He Manawa Whenua: He Puna Wai

13 contemporary artists explore the rivers and lakes of Aotearoa.

A multi-media exhibition - with internationally regarded artists, Water\Way explores the cultural, conceptual and ...

Wednesday 26 June 10:00am

Warm up your winter by reliving this bygone era, when women wore smart skirts, dresses, costumes, coats, and knitwear made of wool. Then there's furs, hats, gloves & scarves to add. Houses weren't so warm and cars ...

Wednesday 26 June 10:00am

Paul Gadsby's eco-political bird paintings capture current environmental issues and the impact on native species and their habitat.

The Takeaways series was influenced by the NZ artist Don Binney.

Exhibition ...

Wednesday 26 June 12:00pm

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Wednesday 26 June 01:00pm

Come along and give it a go. Bring your own ukulele or contact us to see if you can borrow a spare.

Contact: Neil Rait - 06 308 9341.

Wednesday 26 June 01:30pm

Adults, learn how to knit or crochet with tutor Kath Mulinder.
Left or right-handed, men or women, local or not - you are welcome!

Please bring wool or yarn, and knitting needles or crochet hooks. Your lessons will ...

Thursday 27 June

Thursday 27 June 10:00am

The annual exhibition by King Street Artworks is an annual joy.

The 22nd show will feature a collection of eclectic works, in all manner of media, from the artists who work at the one-of-a-kind creative space in ...

Thursday 27 June 10:00am

He Manawa Whenua: He Puna Wai

13 contemporary artists explore the rivers and lakes of Aotearoa.

A multi-media exhibition - with internationally regarded artists, Water\Way explores the cultural, conceptual and ...

Thursday 27 June 10:00am

Warm up your winter by reliving this bygone era, when women wore smart skirts, dresses, costumes, coats, and knitwear made of wool. Then there's furs, hats, gloves & scarves to add. Houses weren't so warm and cars ...

Thursday 27 June 10:00am

Paul Gadsby's eco-political bird paintings capture current environmental issues and the impact on native species and their habitat.

The Takeaways series was influenced by the NZ artist Don Binney.

Exhibition ...

Thursday 27 June 10:00am

Feldenkrais is a method of movement education, which is different from conventional exercise systems like yoga, Pilates and the gym. (It’s easier!)

The Feldenkrais Method helps you learn how to use your body ...

Thursday 27 June 07:30pm

This is a gentle class for beginners or people wanting to restore their flexibility and move with greater ease. My background is in Kundalini, Hatha and Yin yoga and each class can be from a different perspective or a ...

Friday 28 June

Friday 28 June 10:00am

Do you enjoy writing or reading poetry? Then come along and join a fun group of like-minded people to discuss poems, create and enjoy.

There are themes (discussion guidelines) per meeting as listed below. Tea & ...

Friday 28 June 10:00am

The annual exhibition by King Street Artworks is an annual joy.

The 22nd show will feature a collection of eclectic works, in all manner of media, from the artists who work at the one-of-a-kind creative space in ...

Friday 28 June 10:00am

He Manawa Whenua: He Puna Wai

13 contemporary artists explore the rivers and lakes of Aotearoa.

A multi-media exhibition - with internationally regarded artists, Water\Way explores the cultural, conceptual and ...

Friday 28 June 10:00am

Warm up your winter by reliving this bygone era, when women wore smart skirts, dresses, costumes, coats, and knitwear made of wool. Then there's furs, hats, gloves & scarves to add. Houses weren't so warm and cars ...

Friday 28 June 10:00am

Paul Gadsby's eco-political bird paintings capture current environmental issues and the impact on native species and their habitat.

The Takeaways series was influenced by the NZ artist Don Binney.

Exhibition ...

Friday 28 June 10:00am

The Featherston WoRN Cloth Collective is a drop-in workshop and community project, making fun items from recycled clothes/fabric, and learning new sewing skills.

Call or text Sara on 0274 474 959 or just turn up!​

Friday 28 June 07:00pm

Audiences are in for a night of lively hilarity as The Māori Sidesteps take their crooning showband goodness and satirical skit mayhem on the road this winter.

The Māori Sidesteps offer up a fresh take and a ...

Friday 28 June 07:00pm

Hailed as the perfect musical comedy, this award-winning classic gambles with luck and love under the bright lights of Broadway.

Friday 28 June 07:30pm

Join the New Zealand String Quartet on their 2019 National Tour this June and July for a concert of ravishing works from the 18th to 21st centuries. Opening the performances will be Mozart’s String Quartet No. 1 in G ...

Friday 28 June 07:30pm

A night of non-stop humour, music and dancing – something for everyone.

Everyone welcome.

Saturday 29 June

Saturday 29 June 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!

Saturday 29 June 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 June 09:00am

Feldenkrais is a method of movement education, which is different from conventional exercise systems like yoga, Pilates and the gym. (It’s easier!)

The Feldenkrais Method helps you learn how to use your body ...

Saturday 29 June 10:00am

Farmhouse 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 June 10:00am

The annual exhibition by King Street Artworks is an annual joy.

The 22nd show will feature a collection of eclectic works, in all manner of media, from the artists who work at the one-of-a-kind creative space in ...

Saturday 29 June 10:00am

Join us to celebrate Matariki at Aratoi this Winter with a special family fun weekend. Discover what Matariki is, make an instrument to take home, listen to stories told in our Star Dome and explore with a fun trail ...

Saturday 29 June 10:00am

He Manawa Whenua: He Puna Wai

13 contemporary artists explore the rivers and lakes of Aotearoa.

A multi-media exhibition - with internationally regarded artists, Water\Way explores the cultural, conceptual and ...

Saturday 29 June 10:00am

Warm up your winter by reliving this bygone era, when women wore smart skirts, dresses, costumes, coats, and knitwear made of wool. Then there's furs, hats, gloves & scarves to add. Houses weren't so warm and cars ...

Saturday 29 June 10:00am

Learn all about the giant knitting craze right here in Martinborough! Bec will show you how to knit a giant blanket of your very own using pure New Zealand wool.

Class level: All levels
Age requirements: 15 and ...

Saturday 29 June 10:00am

Paul Gadsby's eco-political bird paintings capture current environmental issues and the impact on native species and their habitat.

The Takeaways series was influenced by the NZ artist Don Binney.

Exhibition ...

Saturday 29 June 10:00am

A charming old school house at the Mount Bruce Lodge has become a gallery of batiks and drawings.

On arrival the ‘creative vibes’ are seen as hanging flower baskets with bright woven fabrics in the courtyard. ...

Saturday 29 June 11:00am

We recommend visitors attend one of our guided tours which provide a complete experience. Here are the tales from antiquity that explain the rise of civilization and the origin of many of our beliefs. Private and Group ...

Saturday 29 June 02:00pm

Hailed as the perfect musical comedy, this award-winning classic gambles with luck and love under the bright lights of Broadway.

Saturday 29 June 07:00pm

Smokefreerockquest is New Zealand’s only nationwide, live, original music, youth event. Now in its 30th year, the series of over 40 events reaches audience numbers in excess of 10,000 every year.
Founded in 1989 by ...

Saturday 29 June 07:30pm

Class level: All levels
Age requirements: 15 and older
Class size limit: 10

Teacher: Bec Reilly
The whole idea around Bad Art is to allow adults who want to be creative, to give themselves permission to make things ...

Sunday 30 June

Sunday 30 June 10:00am

Come along all owners and enthusiasts of Japanese cars and get ready for a top day out at Tui Brewery.

Check out the Japanese gems, taste the latest Tui drops straight from the brewery, grab something delicious off ...

Sunday 30 June 10:00am

The annual exhibition by King Street Artworks is an annual joy.

The 22nd show will feature a collection of eclectic works, in all manner of media, from the artists who work at the one-of-a-kind creative space in ...

Sunday 30 June 10:00am

Join us to celebrate Matariki at Aratoi this Winter with a special family fun weekend. Discover what Matariki is, make an instrument to take home, listen to stories told in our Star Dome and explore with a fun trail ...

Sunday 30 June 10:00am

He Manawa Whenua: He Puna Wai

13 contemporary artists explore the rivers and lakes of Aotearoa.

A multi-media exhibition - with internationally regarded artists, Water\Way explores the cultural, conceptual and ...

Sunday 30 June 10:00am

Warm up your winter by reliving this bygone era, when women wore smart skirts, dresses, costumes, coats, and knitwear made of wool. Then there's furs, hats, gloves & scarves to add. Houses weren't so warm and cars ...

Sunday 30 June 10:00am

Paul Gadsby's eco-political bird paintings capture current environmental issues and the impact on native species and their habitat.

The Takeaways series was influenced by the NZ artist Don Binney.

Exhibition ...

Sunday 30 June 10:00am

A charming old school house at the Mount Bruce Lodge has become a gallery of batiks and drawings.

On arrival the ‘creative vibes’ are seen as hanging flower baskets with bright woven fabrics in the courtyard. ...

Sunday 30 June 11:00am

We recommend visitors attend one of our guided tours which provide a complete experience. Here are the tales from antiquity that explain the rise of civilization and the origin of many of our beliefs. Private and Group ...

Monday 1 July

Monday 1 July 10:00am

The annual exhibition by King Street Artworks is an annual joy.

The 22nd show will feature a collection of eclectic works, in all manner of media, from the artists who work at the one-of-a-kind creative space in ...

Monday 1 July 10:00am

He Manawa Whenua: He Puna Wai

13 contemporary artists explore the rivers and lakes of Aotearoa.

A multi-media exhibition - with internationally regarded artists, Water\Way explores the cultural, conceptual and ...

Monday 1 July 10:00am

Warm up your winter by reliving this bygone era, when women wore smart skirts, dresses, costumes, coats, and knitwear made of wool. Then there's furs, hats, gloves & scarves to add. Houses weren't so warm and cars ...

Monday 1 July 10:00am

Paul Gadsby's eco-political bird paintings capture current environmental issues and the impact on native species and their habitat.

The Takeaways series was influenced by the NZ artist Don Binney.

Exhibition ...

Monday 1 July 01:00pm

We are a very friendly group ready to help you learn this fascinating and fun game originating in China.

We play the English version. If you can play cards, you can play Mah Jong.

There are three suits – ...

Monday 1 July 06:00pm

Club Wairarapa Rockers is a group of people who like to meet once a week on Monday evenings. Learning beginners at 6pm then starting at 7:15 we start an intermediate class to learn rock in roll moves to form routines. ...

Monday 1 July 07:00pm

Hailed as the perfect musical comedy, this award-winning classic gambles with luck and love under the bright lights of Broadway.

Monday 1 July 07:00pm

This is a place for people to share knowledge, tools and skills. It is also a time to hang out, get started or get motivated. Come join us at this weekly class to work on your ideas with a group of neighbours and ...

Tuesday 2 July

Tuesday 2 July 10:00am

The annual exhibition by King Street Artworks is an annual joy.

The 22nd show will feature a collection of eclectic works, in all manner of media, from the artists who work at the one-of-a-kind creative space in ...

Tuesday 2 July 10:00am

He Manawa Whenua: He Puna Wai

13 contemporary artists explore the rivers and lakes of Aotearoa.

A multi-media exhibition - with internationally regarded artists, Water\Way explores the cultural, conceptual and ...

Tuesday 2 July 10:00am

Let art help you heal, clear your mind and meet new friends.

In this weekly class at the Featherston Community Centre we mostly work with acrylics.

Contact: Julia O’Neale - 06 308 8977.

Tuesday 2 July 10:00am

Warm up your winter by reliving this bygone era, when women wore smart skirts, dresses, costumes, coats, and knitwear made of wool. Then there's furs, hats, gloves & scarves to add. Houses weren't so warm and cars ...

Tuesday 2 July 10:00am

Paul Gadsby's eco-political bird paintings capture current environmental issues and the impact on native species and their habitat.

The Takeaways series was influenced by the NZ artist Don Binney.

Exhibition ...

Tuesday 2 July 07:00pm

Everyone always feels better after a session of singing. Come join us!

Susan Mitchell - 021 246 4884.

Tuesday 2 July 07:00pm

Hailed as the perfect musical comedy, this award-winning classic gambles with luck and love under the bright lights of Broadway.

Wednesday 3 July

Wednesday 3 July 10:00am

The annual exhibition by King Street Artworks is an annual joy.

The 22nd show will feature a collection of eclectic works, in all manner of media, from the artists who work at the one-of-a-kind creative space in ...

Wednesday 3 July 10:00am

He Manawa Whenua: He Puna Wai

13 contemporary artists explore the rivers and lakes of Aotearoa.

A multi-media exhibition - with internationally regarded artists, Water\Way explores the cultural, conceptual and ...

Wednesday 3 July 10:00am

Warm up your winter by reliving this bygone era, when women wore smart skirts, dresses, costumes, coats, and knitwear made of wool. Then there's furs, hats, gloves & scarves to add. Houses weren't so warm and cars ...

Wednesday 3 July 10:00am

Paul Gadsby's eco-political bird paintings capture current environmental issues and the impact on native species and their habitat.

The Takeaways series was influenced by the NZ artist Don Binney.

Exhibition ...

Wednesday 3 July 01:00pm

Come along and give it a go. Bring your own ukulele or contact us to see if you can borrow a spare.

Contact: Neil Rait - 06 308 9341.

Wednesday 3 July 01:30pm

Adults, learn how to knit or crochet with tutor Kath Mulinder.
Left or right-handed, men or women, local or not - you are welcome!

Please bring wool or yarn, and knitting needles or crochet hooks. Your lessons will ...

Wednesday 3 July 07:00pm

Hailed as the perfect musical comedy, this award-winning classic gambles with luck and love under the bright lights of Broadway.