What's On

WHAT'S on

Sunday 20 January 10:30am
A family grass-roots festival of music, local craft, good food and great wine. Featuring 2 stages. These are bands we think are the ones to watch in the next few years, and guaranteed to get your dancing shoes on! The ...

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Wednesday 16 January 03:30pm
Wednesday 16 January 07:00pm

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Friday 1 March 07:00pm

This Oscar-nominated documentary draws an astonishing, challenging and utterly contemporary examination of race in the United States entirely from the writings and interview footage of civil rights icon James Baldwin.

Friday 1 March 08:00pm

Who is the woman in black? Why does she install such terror?

These questions will be answered in Limelight Theatre's production of "The Woman in Black". Written for the stage by Stephen Mallatratt and adapted from ...

Saturday 2 March 07:45am

The world's premier shearing and wool handling championship.

The three-day event encompasses novice, junior, intermediate, senior and open shearing competitions along with junior, senior and open wool handling events ...

Saturday 2 March 08:00am

The Rotary Martinborough Fair is held in the picturesque Martinborough Square. This iconic fair, reportedly the largest in Australasia, comprises over 480 stalls selling artwork, crafts, clothing, food and other quality ...

Saturday 2 March 08:00am

The Featherston Weekly Market offers fresh produce, fine food producers, creators and much more. Great atmosphere, amazing food and community spirit. See you soon!

Saturday 2 March 08:00am

Amongst iconic Martinborough Fair, 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 2 March 08:00am

Fresh produce, fine food producers, creators and much more. Great atmosphere, amazing food and community spirit. See you soon!

Find us near the Chemist / The Baker / near the railway line.

Saturday 2 March 10:00am

A joint show, the exhibition celebrates the art practice of six Wairarapa women: Linda Tilyard, Leanne Taylor, Meg Waddington, Lisa Simonsen, Adair Davis, and Jenny Katene-Morgan.

Recent drawings, prints, paintings, ...

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