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Wednesday 1 June 10:00am

For thousands of years, people have used the natural world to help with their journey navigation. The exhibition Nga Haerenga/ Journeys – Celebrating Matariki highlights this notion from legendary Polynesian explorer ...

Wednesday 1 June 10:00am

Kotahi Aroha - An exhibition of the history of reggae in Aotearoa.

Forty-one years after the death of Bob Marley we look into the influence he had on reggae in Aotearoa. We go back in time to 1965 and come forward to ...

Wednesday 1 June 01:30pm

Join tutor Kath Mulinder to learn how to knit or crochet. All welcome - men, women, left or right-handed. Beginners to intermediate level who need a bit of guidance.

Please bring your own knitting needles or crochet ...

Thursday 2 June 09:00am

Pūkaha National Wildlife Centre is a not-for-profit charity managing an unfenced breeding sanctuary for native wildlife.

Our 942-hectare forest is home to wild birds.

Inside our aviaries, we hatch kiwi, kākā and ...

Thursday 2 June 10:00am

William Beetham established a career as a professional portrait artist in England, but, anxious about prospects for his children, he emigrated to New Zealand with his family in 1855. The following year he founded what ...

Thursday 2 June 10:00am

Karen Madoc is a Masterton-based artist who uses colour, form, layering, sgraffito and other techniques to create abstract paintings which reflect her interest in organic forms, mapping, views of the world from above, ...

Thursday 2 June 10:00am

For thousands of years, people have used the natural world to help with their journey navigation. The exhibition Nga Haerenga/ Journeys – Celebrating Matariki highlights this notion from legendary Polynesian explorer ...

Thursday 2 June 10:00am

Kotahi Aroha - An exhibition of the history of reggae in Aotearoa.

Forty-one years after the death of Bob Marley we look into the influence he had on reggae in Aotearoa. We go back in time to 1965 and come forward to ...

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