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Wednesday 24 May

Wednesday 24 May 09:00am

Are you new to the business?

This seminar, presented by Inland Revenue Department (IRD), has been designed to teach you all about business structures; income tax; expenses you can claim; good bookkeeping tips; GST ...

Wednesday 24 May 09:00am

Emma McCleary’s works on paper are inspired by the life domestic. Drawn to the magic of old wallpapers, Emma is inspired by the background of our ordinary lives wallpapers, passing birds - as witnesses and record ...

Wednesday 24 May 10:00am

The Pointon Collection of Cars & Costume is now showing the latest winter fashions from over 40 years ago.

We show daywear & dinner gowns made of velvet or wool in the 1940's, plus their accessories.

Then in the ...

Wednesday 24 May 10:00am

After two years of preparation, Aratoi Museum is pleased to present the largest exhibition of Ngati Kahungunu taonga ever on display. Te Marae o Rongotaketake – Redressing our Kahungunu History fills the entire ...

Wednesday 24 May 10:30am

Little Ears is a free weekly story-time programme for pre-schoolers held during term time. Each session is themed to a particular topic (pick up a list at your library).

Children can have fun joining in with songs and ...

Wednesday 24 May 07:30pm

Rock in Roll.
Come and enjoy a fun evening with friends. Learn the basic step and more routines. Dance for fun.

Bring partner or dancing friends. Spot prizes monthly.

Thursday 25 May

Thursday 25 May 09:00am

Emma McCleary’s works on paper are inspired by the life domestic. Drawn to the magic of old wallpapers, Emma is inspired by the background of our ordinary lives wallpapers, passing birds - as witnesses and record ...

Thursday 25 May 10:00am

The Pointon Collection of Cars & Costume is now showing the latest winter fashions from over 40 years ago.

We show daywear & dinner gowns made of velvet or wool in the 1940's, plus their accessories.

Then in the ...

Thursday 25 May 10:00am

After two years of preparation, Aratoi Museum is pleased to present the largest exhibition of Ngati Kahungunu taonga ever on display. Te Marae o Rongotaketake – Redressing our Kahungunu History fills the entire ...

Thursday 25 May 07:00pm

Zirka Circus is proud to bring you its 4th tour of New Zealand, our new show "Cross the ocean" and it's more spectacular than ever!

Zirka Circus has successfully been entertaining families in NZ for more than six ...

Thursday 25 May 07:30pm

A hilarious show not to be missed.

Directed by Ngaire Ngatarere.

Friday 26 May

Friday 26 May 09:00am

Emma McCleary’s works on paper are inspired by the life domestic. Drawn to the magic of old wallpapers, Emma is inspired by the background of our ordinary lives wallpapers, passing birds - as witnesses and record ...

Friday 26 May 10:00am

The Pointon Collection of Cars & Costume is now showing the latest winter fashions from over 40 years ago.

We show daywear & dinner gowns made of velvet or wool in the 1940's, plus their accessories.

Then in the ...

Friday 26 May 10:00am

After two years of preparation, Aratoi Museum is pleased to present the largest exhibition of Ngati Kahungunu taonga ever on display. Te Marae o Rongotaketake – Redressing our Kahungunu History fills the entire ...

Friday 26 May 06:30pm

To celebrate the upcoming British and Irish Lions tour of NZ, join NZ's most eminent rugby commentators for tales of past British and Irish Lions tours and All Blacks victories.

Live and silent auctions

3 courses ...

Friday 26 May 07:00pm

Zirka Circus is proud to bring you its 4th tour of New Zealand, our new show "Cross the ocean" and it's more spectacular than ever!

Zirka Circus has successfully been entertaining families in NZ for more than six ...

Friday 26 May 07:00pm

Greytown Lions and Lioness clubs are holding the Annual Fun Quiz on 26 May 2017, 7pm at the South Wairarapa Working Men's Club.

All proceeds go towards our community owned Arbor House, who need a new mobility van. Go ...

Friday 26 May 07:30pm

A hilarious show not to be missed.

Directed by Ngaire Ngatarere.

Friday 26 May 07:30pm

Learn the joys of playing music with our talented local Wellington Ukulele Orchestra musician and singer Sam Auger.

Class level: All
Class size limit: 20
Teacher: Sam Auger

Cost: (pro-rated for those that join ...

Saturday 27 May

Saturday 27 May 09:00am

Emma McCleary’s works on paper are inspired by the life domestic. Drawn to the magic of old wallpapers, Emma is inspired by the background of our ordinary lives wallpapers, passing birds - as witnesses and record ...

Saturday 27 May 09:00am

At the gateway to the Wairarapa, you'll discover an artisan deli for dogs.

Treat your pooch to gourmet, grain free, free range doggytreats. Made with only the freshest, locally sourced, human-grade ingredients. ...

Saturday 27 May 09:00am

A local Masterton market with fresh, local produce and artisan products; fruit, veg, organic, lavender, alpaca, art & jewellery, outdoor decor, and more! Hot food, excellent coffee, picnic tables, live music, friendly ...

Saturday 27 May 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, SH2 ...

Saturday 27 May 10:00am

After two years of preparation, Aratoi Museum is pleased to present the largest exhibition of Ngati Kahungunu taonga ever on display. Te Marae o Rongotaketake – Redressing our Kahungunu History fills the entire ...

Saturday 27 May 10:00am

This is a self-guided tour available during opening hours. Visitors receive a map, watch an 8-minute film, then take themselves around the stones.

Saturday 27 May 10:00am

What is colour? Spend a day exploring and find the world that opens up beyond the colour wheel. The science of colour is fascinating and our understanding of it has changed hugely in recent years. Learn what colour to ...

Saturday 27 May 10:00am

The Pointon Collection of Cars & Costume is now showing the latest winter fashions from over 40 years ago.

We show daywear & dinner gowns made of velvet or wool in the 1940's, plus their accessories.

Then in the ...

Saturday 27 May 10:00am

The market for all personal crafters to sell their excess supplies. No fully made products to be sold.
$10 per table and booking essential for stall holder.

Fee entry for general public.
Contact Fiona 021 0602 946 ...

Saturday 27 May 11:00am

We recommend visitors attend one of our guided tours which provide a complete experience and is tailored to the weather conditions. ancient history and star-lore is the central theme of our tours which include tales from ...

Saturday 27 May 11:00am

Enjoy a morning classical concert by two of the younger members of the brilliant Wellington Verner family: Aziel on violin, briefly home from his studies at the National University of Singapore and brother Asaph, ...

Saturday 27 May 02:00pm

Country band plays best country music at Messines bar & restaurant every fourth Saturday of the month.

Saturday 27 May 02:00pm

Zirka Circus is proud to bring you its 4th tour of New Zealand, our new show "Cross the ocean" and it's more spectacular than ever!

Zirka Circus has successfully been entertaining families in NZ for more than six ...

Saturday 27 May 07:00pm

Zirka Circus is proud to bring you its 4th tour of New Zealand, our new show "Cross the ocean" and it's more spectacular than ever!

Zirka Circus has successfully been entertaining families in NZ for more than six ...

Saturday 27 May 07:30pm

A hilarious show not to be missed.

Directed by Ngaire Ngatarere.

Sunday 28 May

Sunday 28 May 09:00am

Fresh produce, award winning olive oil, Wairarapa wines, locally produced honey and much more! The market's goal is to provide Carterton residents and visitors an opportunity to have regular, good quality and affordable ...

Sunday 28 May 09:00am

Emma McCleary’s works on paper are inspired by the life domestic. Drawn to the magic of old wallpapers, Emma is inspired by the background of our ordinary lives wallpapers, passing birds - as witnesses and record ...

Sunday 28 May 10:00am

After two years of preparation, Aratoi Museum is pleased to present the largest exhibition of Ngati Kahungunu taonga ever on display. Te Marae o Rongotaketake – Redressing our Kahungunu History fills the entire ...

Sunday 28 May 10:00am

This is a self-guided tour available during opening hours. Visitors receive a map, watch an 8-minute film, then take themselves around the stones.

Sunday 28 May 10:00am

The Pointon Collection of Cars & Costume is now showing the latest winter fashions from over 40 years ago.

We show daywear & dinner gowns made of velvet or wool in the 1940's, plus their accessories.

Then in the ...

Sunday 28 May 11:00am

We recommend visitors attend one of our guided tours which provide a complete experience and is tailored to the weather conditions. ancient history and star-lore is the central theme of our tours which include tales from ...

Sunday 28 May 12:30pm

Grafia Folk Rock Band, 2009, in the line-up for these Sunday gigs are Keith Austin on keyboards, bass and backup vocals, Stephan Schulz on violin and recorder, John Jukes on drums, Dave Dewsnap guitar and backup vocals, ...

Sunday 28 May 01:00pm

Zirka Circus is proud to bring you its 4th tour of New Zealand, our new show "Cross the ocean" and it's more spectacular than ever!

Zirka Circus has successfully been entertaining families in NZ for more than six ...

Sunday 28 May 04:30pm

Zirka Circus is proud to bring you its 4th tour of New Zealand, our new show "Cross the ocean" and it's more spectacular than ever!

Zirka Circus has successfully been entertaining families in NZ for more than six ...

Monday 29 May

Monday 29 May 09:30am

Little Ears is a free weekly story-time programme for pre-schoolers held during term time. Each session is themed to a particular topic (pick up a list at your library).

Children can have fun joining in with songs and ...

Monday 29 May 10:00am

After two years of preparation, Aratoi Museum is pleased to present the largest exhibition of Ngati Kahungunu taonga ever on display. Te Marae o Rongotaketake – Redressing our Kahungunu History fills the entire ...

Monday 29 May 10:00am

The Pointon Collection of Cars & Costume is now showing the latest winter fashions from over 40 years ago.

We show daywear & dinner gowns made of velvet or wool in the 1940's, plus their accessories.

Then in the ...

Tuesday 30 May

Tuesday 30 May 10:00am

After two years of preparation, Aratoi Museum is pleased to present the largest exhibition of Ngati Kahungunu taonga ever on display. Te Marae o Rongotaketake – Redressing our Kahungunu History fills the entire ...

Tuesday 30 May 10:00am

The Pointon Collection of Cars & Costume is now showing the latest winter fashions from over 40 years ago.

We show daywear & dinner gowns made of velvet or wool in the 1940's, plus their accessories.

Then in the ...

Tuesday 30 May 10:30am

Little Ears is a free weekly story-time programme for pre-schoolers held during term time. Each session is themed to a particular topic (pick up a list at your library).

Children can have fun joining in with songs and ...

Wednesday 31 May

Wednesday 31 May 10:00am

The Pointon Collection of Cars & Costume is now showing the latest winter fashions from over 40 years ago.

We show daywear & dinner gowns made of velvet or wool in the 1940's, plus their accessories.

Then in the ...

Wednesday 31 May 10:00am

After two years of preparation, Aratoi Museum is pleased to present the largest exhibition of Ngati Kahungunu taonga ever on display. Te Marae o Rongotaketake – Redressing our Kahungunu History fills the entire ...

Wednesday 31 May 10:30am

Little Ears is a free weekly story-time programme for pre-schoolers held during term time. Each session is themed to a particular topic (pick up a list at your library).

Children can have fun joining in with songs and ...

Wednesday 31 May 07:30pm

Rock in Roll.
Come and enjoy a fun evening with friends. Learn the basic step and more routines. Dance for fun.

Bring partner or dancing friends. Spot prizes monthly.

Thursday 1 June

Thursday 1 June 10:00am

The Pointon Collection of Cars & Costume is now showing the latest winter fashions from over 40 years ago.

We show daywear & dinner gowns made of velvet or wool in the 1940's, plus their accessories.

Then in the ...

Thursday 1 June 10:00am

After two years of preparation, Aratoi Museum is pleased to present the largest exhibition of Ngati Kahungunu taonga ever on display. Te Marae o Rongotaketake – Redressing our Kahungunu History fills the entire ...

Thursday 1 June 11:45am

Whether you are looking to entertain valued customers, reward staff or enjoy a day out with friends, the Suppliers & Contractors Day race day is ideal.

This day attracts likeminded people making it the perfect place ...