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 ...

Sun 21 Jul

Sunday 21 July 10:00am
Sunday 21 July 10:00am
Sunday 21 July 10:00am
Sunday 21 July 10:00am
Sunday 21 July 03:00pm

Mon 22 Jul

Monday 22 July 10:00am
Monday 22 July 10:00am
Monday 22 July 01:00pm
Monday 22 July 06:00pm
Monday 22 July 07:00pm

Tue 23 Jul

Tuesday 23 July 10:00am
Tuesday 23 July 10:00am
Tuesday 23 July 10:00am
Tuesday 23 July 07:00pm
Tuesday 23 July 07:15pm

Wed 24 Jul

Wednesday 24 July 10:00am
Wednesday 24 July 10:00am
Wednesday 24 July 10:00am
Wednesday 24 July 01:00pm
Wednesday 24 July 03:15pm
Wednesday 24 July 07:00pm

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Saturday 31 August 10:00am

Aratoi celebrates its 50th birthday in 2019.

with this exhibition of Taonga Māori, huia, moa bones, botanical sketches, James Bragge’s photographs of early settlement, a ship's biscuit from 1869, significant art ...

Saturday 31 August 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 ...

Saturday 31 August 12:00pm

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 ...

Saturday 31 August 08:00pm

Carterton's Limelight Theatre is pleased to present - April in Paris

Al and Bet are married and live a monochrome life. Feeling down and out with Al's continuing unemployment, the couple squabble about everything ...

Sunday 1 September 10:00am

The New Zealand International Film Festival (NZIFF) is a celebration of film on the finest screens in New Zealand. The event is the cultural highlight of winter in 13 towns and cities and is one of the longest running ...

Sunday 1 September 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 ...

Sunday 1 September 10:00am

An exhibition celebrating the life of Wairarapa artist Jan Eagle (1936-2018).

Over 60 of her iconic paintings - bright and quirky and full of meaning - and Jan’s much-loved car 'Edna May' will be on display in the ...

Sunday 1 September 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 ...

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