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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 ...
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 ...
Tutor: Whaea Edith.
Cost: $10 per class, bring something to drink and eat to share.
Contact: Sophronia Smith - 0275430203
This class offers students the opportunity to start learning about raranga (weaving with ...
The Maori New Year occurs close to the Winter Solstice in the southern hemisphere. The herald of the Maori New year is the rising of Matariki, also known as the Seven Sisters. They are perhaps, the most celebrated of ...
Come and join us for an immersive artistic event that invites people to not only attend but participate in the creative experience of anachronistic costume, music, food, and performance art.
Guests will be required ...
By: Jessica Swale
Composer: Nigel Hess
Director: Lynn Bushell
Season: 13 Jun – 22 Jun 2019
Pretty, witty, Nell Gwynn a lowly orange seller rises to become the mistress of King Charles II in this warm-hearted, ...
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 ...