What's On

WHAT'S on

Sunday 25 October 10:00am
Come and enjoy a family day out amongst nature as Pūkaha National Wildlife Centre opens its doors to the community. Koha entry. Discover wildlife, native forest walks, ranger talks, fun kids activities, arts and ...

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Sat 24 Oct

Saturday 24 October 08:00am
Saturday 24 October 09:00am
Saturday 24 October 10:00am
Saturday 24 October 10:00am
Saturday 24 October 10:00am
Saturday 24 October 10:00am
Saturday 24 October 10:00am
Saturday 24 October 10:00am
Saturday 24 October 10:00am
Saturday 24 October 12:00pm
Saturday 24 October 02:00pm
Saturday 24 October 04:00pm
Saturday 24 October 08:30pm

Sun 25 Oct

Sunday 25 October 07:00am
Sunday 25 October 09:00am
Sunday 25 October 09:30am
Sunday 25 October 10:00am
Sunday 25 October 10:00am
Sunday 25 October 10:00am
Sunday 25 October 10:00am
Sunday 25 October 10:00am
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Sunday 25 October 11:00am
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Wednesday 16 December 10:00am

Whakapapa, phenotypes and whakataukī underpin the work in Whakatau Miromiro, a new exhibition by Terri Te Tau. Her embroidery on linen was created in conversation with Māori and Pacifika scientists who shared ...

Wednesday 16 December 10:00am

Beautiful and precarious, the Crystal Chain Gang’s newest sculpture is a reinterpretation of a traditional Venetian, glass-blown chandelier.

This work has been made using techniques that originate on the island of ...

Wednesday 16 December 10:00am

Hi! Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain.

Just kidding! Please pay me lots of attention!

What’s that? oh you know

I’ve just been doodling here in my loft:

- Plans for roller coasters
- Plans ...

Wednesday 16 December 10:00am

The Pointon Collection shows original bathing suits, sunfrocks & sportswear with their matching accessories. From a classic red striped woollen costume from the late 1920's to the itsy bitsy teeny bikini in the 1960s. ...

Wednesday 16 December 10:00am

Out of the Woods: Andrée de Latour, Angela Busby, Dennis Handyside

Out of the Woods showcases new work by South Wairarapa artists Andrée de Latour, Angela Busby and Dennis Handyside.

Growing up on a remote farm ...

Wednesday 16 December 01:00pm

Welcome to ukulele classes!

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.

Contact with you need more information how ...

Thursday 17 December 10:00am

Out of the Woods: Andrée de Latour, Angela Busby, Dennis Handyside

Out of the Woods showcases new work by South Wairarapa artists Andrée de Latour, Angela Busby and Dennis Handyside.

Growing up on a remote farm ...

Thursday 17 December 10:00am

Whakapapa, phenotypes and whakataukī underpin the work in Whakatau Miromiro, a new exhibition by Terri Te Tau. Her embroidery on linen was created in conversation with Māori and Pacifika scientists who shared ...

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