What's On

WHAT'S on

Sunday 21 July 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 ...

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Sunday 21 July 03:00pm

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Monday 22 July 01:00pm
Monday 22 July 06:00pm
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Tuesday 23 July 07:00pm
Tuesday 23 July 07:15pm

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Tuesday 23 July 07:00pm

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

Susan Mitchell - 021 246 4884.

Tuesday 23 July 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 24 July 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 24 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 24 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 24 July 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 24 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 24 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.

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