What's On

WHAT'S on

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 ...

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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 10:30am

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 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 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 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 ...

Friday 2 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 ...

Friday 2 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 ...

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