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Thursday 22 August

Thursday 22 August 09:15am

Get your partners ready to go!

This is the best Foursomes tournament around.

18 Hole Tournament which is open to all handicaps.
Morning tea is at 9:15am with a tee off at 10:00am.

The cost includes morning ...

Thursday 22 August 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 22 August 10:00am

Paintings
Ian Chapman - A Song for the Uncoordinated
3 August - 22 September

Each painting by Ian Chapman has its own narrative; a story caught mid-sentence. The mix of unlikely things in an unlikely landscape ...

Thursday 22 August 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 ...

Thursday 22 August 10:00am

The Pointon Collection showcases gowns from local families. With a gown from 1923, the bride's photo & information plus a group of wedding guests in original clothing of the era, then similar displays for 1935, 1946 and ...

Thursday 22 August 10:00am

An annual touring show featuring a selection of NCEA Level 3 portfolios: design, painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture.

The portfolios displayed achieved Excellence in Visual Art in the previous year. ...

Thursday 22 August 10:00am

Kerrie Hughes - Saga, 40 Mile Bush
Kerrie Hughes’ paintings draw from her background in fashion design and reflect a visual saga of her ancestors, who came to NZ from “Old World Zealand” in Denmark to settle the ...

Thursday 22 August 10:00am

Self guided tours include: a map, an 8-minute AV which takes you on a tour of the henge and explains everything.

Take yourself around the henge but return to the Vistiors' Centre as many times as you wish to ask ...

Thursday 22 August 10:00am

Aratoi celebrates its 50th birthday in 2019.

with this exhibition of Taonga Māori, huia, moa bones, botanical sketches, James Bragge’s photographs of early settlement, a ship's biscuit from 1869, significant art ...

Thursday 22 August 10:00am

An exhibition celebrating the life of Wairarapa artist Jan Eagle (1936-2018).

Over 60 of her iconic paintings - bright and quirky and full of meaning - and Jan’s much-loved car 'Edna May' will be on display in the ...

Thursday 22 August 06:30pm

Come and get your hands on some pastry and find out how the international and national award-winning baker Michael Kloeg gets all his layers in his croissants. An evening filled with learning techniques for ...

Thursday 22 August 07:00pm

Are you a horse rider, sports coach, weekend warrior, gardener or anyone just wanting to live life to the max?

Understanding how we are moving is key to health and optimum physical performance.

Come and discover ...

Thursday 22 August 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 23 August

Friday 23 August 10:00am

An exhibition celebrating the life of Wairarapa artist Jan Eagle (1936-2018).

Over 60 of her iconic paintings - bright and quirky and full of meaning - and Jan’s much-loved car 'Edna May' will be on display in the ...

Friday 23 August 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 23 August 10:00am

Paintings
Ian Chapman - A Song for the Uncoordinated
3 August - 22 September

Each painting by Ian Chapman has its own narrative; a story caught mid-sentence. The mix of unlikely things in an unlikely landscape ...

Friday 23 August 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 23 August 10:00am

The Pointon Collection showcases gowns from local families. With a gown from 1923, the bride's photo & information plus a group of wedding guests in original clothing of the era, then similar displays for 1935, 1946 and ...

Friday 23 August 10:00am

An annual touring show featuring a selection of NCEA Level 3 portfolios: design, painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture.

The portfolios displayed achieved Excellence in Visual Art in the previous year. ...

Friday 23 August 10:00am

Kerrie Hughes - Saga, 40 Mile Bush
Kerrie Hughes’ paintings draw from her background in fashion design and reflect a visual saga of her ancestors, who came to NZ from “Old World Zealand” in Denmark to settle the ...

Friday 23 August 10:00am

Self guided tours include: a map, an 8-minute AV which takes you on a tour of the henge and explains everything.

Take yourself around the henge but return to the Vistiors' Centre as many times as you wish to ask ...

Friday 23 August 10:00am

Aratoi celebrates its 50th birthday in 2019.

with this exhibition of Taonga Māori, huia, moa bones, botanical sketches, James Bragge’s photographs of early settlement, a ship's biscuit from 1869, significant art ...

Friday 23 August 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 23 August 06:30pm

Get your hands in the dough and find out how it feels to make your own bread. Enjoy an evening of learning techniques for mixing, molding, shaping, fermentation, baking and much more with the international and national ...

Friday 23 August 07:00pm

Opaki truffle grower Karen Aitkenhead shares her stories and insights into the patience-testing pursuit of growing and harvesting truffles over a sophisticated six-course dinner prepared by Michelin Star Chef Adam ...

Friday 23 August 07:30pm

Karaoke Joe will be along with a great selection of songs to sing, so dust off those vocal cords and come on down, whether it is to perform or encourage those who do.

Open to our Members, Affiliated Members and their ...

Friday 23 August 08:00pm

Celebrate the 50th anniversary of this iconic and popular event with a complimentary glass of bubbles or juice on arrival, and an anniversary cake as an addition to the supper.

View a selection of winning gowns from ...

Saturday 24 August

Saturday 24 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!

Saturday 24 August 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 24 August 09:00am

Let’s all go for a walk! This unique over-nighter offers you the opportunity to take in the breath-taking Wairarapa scenery during a hike over privately owned Orui station near Riversdale.

On arrival you’ll ...

Saturday 24 August 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 24 August 10:00am

An exhibition celebrating the life of Wairarapa artist Jan Eagle (1936-2018).

Over 60 of her iconic paintings - bright and quirky and full of meaning - and Jan’s much-loved car 'Edna May' will be on display in the ...

Saturday 24 August 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 ...

Saturday 24 August 10:00am

Paintings
Ian Chapman - A Song for the Uncoordinated
3 August - 22 September

Each painting by Ian Chapman has its own narrative; a story caught mid-sentence. The mix of unlikely things in an unlikely landscape ...

Saturday 24 August 10:00am

The Pointon Collection showcases gowns from local families. With a gown from 1923, the bride's photo & information plus a group of wedding guests in original clothing of the era, then similar displays for 1935, 1946 and ...

Saturday 24 August 10:00am

Kerrie Hughes - Saga, 40 Mile Bush
Kerrie Hughes’ paintings draw from her background in fashion design and reflect a visual saga of her ancestors, who came to NZ from “Old World Zealand” in Denmark to settle the ...

Saturday 24 August 10:00am

Self guided tours include: a map, an 8-minute AV which takes you on a tour of the henge and explains everything.

Take yourself around the henge but return to the Vistiors' Centre as many times as you wish to ask ...

Saturday 24 August 10:00am

Aratoi celebrates its 50th birthday in 2019.

with this exhibition of Taonga Māori, huia, moa bones, botanical sketches, James Bragge’s photographs of early settlement, a ship's biscuit from 1869, significant art ...

Saturday 24 August 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 24 August 11:45am

From Bitterballen to stroopwafel, banquet on the cuisine of the Netherlands, prepared by Wairarapa chef Ant North, and matched with past and present wines of Julicher Estate.

You’ll transport from Martinborough ...

Saturday 24 August 01:00pm

Become happier, more confident and free from anxiety with Birgit Saunders.

Learn simple methods that can help you gain more control over how you feel ~ so that you can face life with less anxiety, greater ...

Saturday 24 August 02:00pm

Rob Innes is a highly acclaimed vocalist and entertainer who presents a mix of Gospel, 50's & 60's Music and Story Telling. Tickets are $20 as a fund raiser for 16 year old Dylan Miles who is planning to travel to ...

Sunday 25 August

Sunday 25 August 10:00am

Are you ready for a Ford v Holden car showdown!? Come along all owners and enthusiasts of Holden and Ford cars and get ready for a great day out at Tui Brewery.

Check out the Holden and Ford cars, taste the latest Tui ...

Sunday 25 August 10:00am

An exhibition celebrating the life of Wairarapa artist Jan Eagle (1936-2018).

Over 60 of her iconic paintings - bright and quirky and full of meaning - and Jan’s much-loved car 'Edna May' will be on display in the ...

Sunday 25 August 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 ...

Sunday 25 August 10:00am

Paintings
Ian Chapman - A Song for the Uncoordinated
3 August - 22 September

Each painting by Ian Chapman has its own narrative; a story caught mid-sentence. The mix of unlikely things in an unlikely landscape ...

Sunday 25 August 10:00am

The Pointon Collection showcases gowns from local families. With a gown from 1923, the bride's photo & information plus a group of wedding guests in original clothing of the era, then similar displays for 1935, 1946 and ...

Sunday 25 August 10:00am

Kerrie Hughes - Saga, 40 Mile Bush
Kerrie Hughes’ paintings draw from her background in fashion design and reflect a visual saga of her ancestors, who came to NZ from “Old World Zealand” in Denmark to settle the ...

Sunday 25 August 10:00am

Self guided tours include: a map, an 8-minute AV which takes you on a tour of the henge and explains everything.

Take yourself around the henge but return to the Vistiors' Centre as many times as you wish to ask ...

Sunday 25 August 10:00am

We have 8-10 Readers available to do a one on one reading.

We can contact your guides, loved ones, Past Lives or read your tarot cards etc.
Bookings can be made on the day (booking sheets will be at the entrance of ...

Sunday 25 August 10:00am

Aratoi celebrates its 50th birthday in 2019.

with this exhibition of Taonga Māori, huia, moa bones, botanical sketches, James Bragge’s photographs of early settlement, a ship's biscuit from 1869, significant art ...

Sunday 25 August 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 ...

Sunday 25 August 11:45am

From Bitterballen to stroopwafel, banquet on the cuisine of the Netherlands, prepared by Wairarapa chef Ant North, and matched with past and present wines of Julicher Estate.

You’ll transport from Martinborough ...

Monday 26 August

Monday 26 August 10:00am

An exhibition celebrating the life of Wairarapa artist Jan Eagle (1936-2018).

Over 60 of her iconic paintings - bright and quirky and full of meaning - and Jan’s much-loved car 'Edna May' will be on display in the ...

Monday 26 August 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 ...

Monday 26 August 10:00am

Paintings
Ian Chapman - A Song for the Uncoordinated
3 August - 22 September

Each painting by Ian Chapman has its own narrative; a story caught mid-sentence. The mix of unlikely things in an unlikely landscape ...

Monday 26 August 10:00am

The Pointon Collection showcases gowns from local families. With a gown from 1923, the bride's photo & information plus a group of wedding guests in original clothing of the era, then similar displays for 1935, 1946 and ...

Monday 26 August 10:00am

Kerrie Hughes - Saga, 40 Mile Bush
Kerrie Hughes’ paintings draw from her background in fashion design and reflect a visual saga of her ancestors, who came to NZ from “Old World Zealand” in Denmark to settle the ...

Monday 26 August 10:00am

Aratoi celebrates its 50th birthday in 2019.

with this exhibition of Taonga Māori, huia, moa bones, botanical sketches, James Bragge’s photographs of early settlement, a ship's biscuit from 1869, significant art ...

Monday 26 August 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 26 August 03:00pm

Do you love a good yarn?

So do we!

All the variety of a major yarn market in one room so you can squish to your heart's delight. This is your annual opportunity to browse an amazing selection of artisan yarns, ...

Monday 26 August 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 26 August 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 27 August

Tuesday 27 August 10:00am

Aratoi celebrates its 50th birthday in 2019.

with this exhibition of Taonga Māori, huia, moa bones, botanical sketches, James Bragge’s photographs of early settlement, a ship's biscuit from 1869, significant art ...

Tuesday 27 August 10:00am

An exhibition celebrating the life of Wairarapa artist Jan Eagle (1936-2018).

Over 60 of her iconic paintings - bright and quirky and full of meaning - and Jan’s much-loved car 'Edna May' will be on display in the ...

Tuesday 27 August 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 ...

Tuesday 27 August 10:00am

Paintings
Ian Chapman - A Song for the Uncoordinated
3 August - 22 September

Each painting by Ian Chapman has its own narrative; a story caught mid-sentence. The mix of unlikely things in an unlikely landscape ...

Tuesday 27 August 10:00am

The Pointon Collection showcases gowns from local families. With a gown from 1923, the bride's photo & information plus a group of wedding guests in original clothing of the era, then similar displays for 1935, 1946 and ...

Tuesday 27 August 10:00am

Kerrie Hughes - Saga, 40 Mile Bush
Kerrie Hughes’ paintings draw from her background in fashion design and reflect a visual saga of her ancestors, who came to NZ from “Old World Zealand” in Denmark to settle the ...

Tuesday 27 August 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 27 August 12:30pm

Not very confident at painting? you can start at almost any age, why not start now!

For more information and to register, Please contact: Tararua REAP 06 374 6565.

Tuesday 27 August 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 27 August 07:00pm

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

Susan Mitchell - 021 246 4884.

Tuesday 27 August 07:15pm

Weekly community choir practice.

Our un-auditioned, all-comers choir meets on Tuesday evenings. We sing a wide variety of songs, including classical, world music, folk and pop.

Music reading is not essential, ...

Wednesday 28 August

Wednesday 28 August 10:00am

Express yourself by writing and doing creative journaling.

This is a one - day weekly course.

For more information and to register, please contact: Tararua REAP (06) 374 6565.

Wednesday 28 August 10:00am

Aratoi celebrates its 50th birthday in 2019.

with this exhibition of Taonga Māori, huia, moa bones, botanical sketches, James Bragge’s photographs of early settlement, a ship's biscuit from 1869, significant art ...

Wednesday 28 August 10:00am

The New Zealand International Film Festival (NZIFF) is a celebration of film on the finest screens in New Zealand. The event is the cultural highlight of winter in 13 towns and cities and is one of the longest running ...

Wednesday 28 August 10:00am

An exhibition celebrating the life of Wairarapa artist Jan Eagle (1936-2018).

Over 60 of her iconic paintings - bright and quirky and full of meaning - and Jan’s much-loved car 'Edna May' will be on display in the ...

Wednesday 28 August 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 ...

Wednesday 28 August 10:00am

Paintings
Ian Chapman - A Song for the Uncoordinated
3 August - 22 September

Each painting by Ian Chapman has its own narrative; a story caught mid-sentence. The mix of unlikely things in an unlikely landscape ...

Wednesday 28 August 10:00am

The Pointon Collection showcases gowns from local families. With a gown from 1923, the bride's photo & information plus a group of wedding guests in original clothing of the era, then similar displays for 1935, 1946 and ...

Wednesday 28 August 10:00am

Self guided tours include: a map, an 8-minute AV which takes you on a tour of the henge and explains everything.

Take yourself around the henge but return to the Vistiors' Centre as many times as you wish to ask ...

Wednesday 28 August 10:00am

Kerrie Hughes - Saga, 40 Mile Bush
Kerrie Hughes’ paintings draw from her background in fashion design and reflect a visual saga of her ancestors, who came to NZ from “Old World Zealand” in Denmark to settle the ...

Wednesday 28 August 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 28 August 04:30pm

Do you love a good yarn?

So do we!

All the variety of a major yarn market in one room so you can squish to your heart's delight. This is your annual opportunity to browse an amazing selection of artisan yarns, ...

Wednesday 28 August 07:00pm

Yoga aims to balance the body, mind and spirit.

Through breath awareness, the practice of yoga postures (asanas), mindfulness and relaxation, this class imparts balance, reduces stress, energises the whole person and ...

Wednesday 28 August 08:00pm

Carterton's Limelight Theatre is pleased to present - April in Paris

Al and Bet are married and live a monochrome life. Feeling down and out with Al's continuing unemployment, the couple squabble about everything ...

Thursday 29 August

Thursday 29 August 09:00am

The one dimensional manager is no longer. The future survival of organisations is dependent on their managers being able to not only manage, but to be leaders and performance coaches as well.

Managers who are also ...

Thursday 29 August 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 29 August 10:00am

Aratoi celebrates its 50th birthday in 2019.

with this exhibition of Taonga Māori, huia, moa bones, botanical sketches, James Bragge’s photographs of early settlement, a ship's biscuit from 1869, significant art ...

Thursday 29 August 10:00am

The New Zealand International Film Festival (NZIFF) is a celebration of film on the finest screens in New Zealand. The event is the cultural highlight of winter in 13 towns and cities and is one of the longest running ...

Thursday 29 August 10:00am

An exhibition celebrating the life of Wairarapa artist Jan Eagle (1936-2018).

Over 60 of her iconic paintings - bright and quirky and full of meaning - and Jan’s much-loved car 'Edna May' will be on display in the ...

Thursday 29 August 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 ...

Thursday 29 August 10:00am

Paintings
Ian Chapman - A Song for the Uncoordinated
3 August - 22 September

Each painting by Ian Chapman has its own narrative; a story caught mid-sentence. The mix of unlikely things in an unlikely landscape ...

Thursday 29 August 10:00am

The Pointon Collection showcases gowns from local families. With a gown from 1923, the bride's photo & information plus a group of wedding guests in original clothing of the era, then similar displays for 1935, 1946 and ...

Thursday 29 August 10:00am

Self guided tours include: a map, an 8-minute AV which takes you on a tour of the henge and explains everything.

Take yourself around the henge but return to the Vistiors' Centre as many times as you wish to ask ...

Thursday 29 August 10:00am

Kerrie Hughes - Saga, 40 Mile Bush
Kerrie Hughes’ paintings draw from her background in fashion design and reflect a visual saga of her ancestors, who came to NZ from “Old World Zealand” in Denmark to settle the ...

Thursday 29 August 07:00pm

Gather together your team of 4 and enjoy a fun night of quizzing in support of Hospice Wairarapa.

Hosted by our friends at The Offering Greytown and QuizMaster Chris Cogdale.

Tickets just $20 each ($80 for a team ...

Thursday 29 August 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 ...

Thursday 29 August 07:30pm

The ninth spring festival of Jazz in Martinborough will see its main acts return to the newly refurbished Martinborough Town Hall.

The big band sound will test out the new acoustics of the hall to the fullest, Jan ...

Thursday 29 August 08:00pm

Carterton's Limelight Theatre is pleased to present - April in Paris

Al and Bet are married and live a monochrome life. Feeling down and out with Al's continuing unemployment, the couple squabble about everything ...

Friday 30 August

Friday 30 August 10:00am

Aratoi celebrates its 50th birthday in 2019.

with this exhibition of Taonga Māori, huia, moa bones, botanical sketches, James Bragge’s photographs of early settlement, a ship's biscuit from 1869, significant art ...

Friday 30 August 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 30 August 10:00am

The New Zealand International Film Festival (NZIFF) is a celebration of film on the finest screens in New Zealand. The event is the cultural highlight of winter in 13 towns and cities and is one of the longest running ...

Friday 30 August 10:00am

An exhibition celebrating the life of Wairarapa artist Jan Eagle (1936-2018).

Over 60 of her iconic paintings - bright and quirky and full of meaning - and Jan’s much-loved car 'Edna May' will be on display in the ...

Friday 30 August 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 30 August 10:00am

Paintings
Ian Chapman - A Song for the Uncoordinated
3 August - 22 September

Each painting by Ian Chapman has its own narrative; a story caught mid-sentence. The mix of unlikely things in an unlikely landscape ...

Friday 30 August 10:00am

The Pointon Collection showcases gowns from local families. With a gown from 1923, the bride's photo & information plus a group of wedding guests in original clothing of the era, then similar displays for 1935, 1946 and ...

Friday 30 August 10:00am

Self guided tours include: a map, an 8-minute AV which takes you on a tour of the henge and explains everything.

Take yourself around the henge but return to the Vistiors' Centre as many times as you wish to ask ...

Friday 30 August 10:00am

Kerrie Hughes - Saga, 40 Mile Bush
Kerrie Hughes’ paintings draw from her background in fashion design and reflect a visual saga of her ancestors, who came to NZ from “Old World Zealand” in Denmark to settle the ...

Friday 30 August 11:00am

The ninth spring festival of Jazz in Martinborough will see its main acts return to the newly refurbished Martinborough Town Hall.

The big band sound will test out the new acoustics of the hall to the fullest, Jan ...

Friday 30 August 07:30pm

Helen Dew has grown most of her own fruit and vegetables for over 60 years. Last year she left her quarter acre slice of paradise for a tiny 400 square metre town section and established an equally productive ...

Friday 30 August 08:00pm

Carterton's Limelight Theatre is pleased to present - April in Paris

Al and Bet are married and live a monochrome life. Feeling down and out with Al's continuing unemployment, the couple squabble about everything ...