What's On

WHAT'S on

Sunday 16 June 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 16 Jun

Sunday 16 June 09:00am
Sunday 16 June 10:00am
Sunday 16 June 10:00am
Sunday 16 June 02:00pm

Mon 17 Jun

Monday 17 June 10:00am
Monday 17 June 01:00pm
Monday 17 June 06:00pm
Monday 17 June 07:00pm

Tue 18 Jun

Tuesday 18 June 10:00am
Tuesday 18 June 10:00am
Tuesday 18 June 07:00pm

Wed 19 Jun

Wednesday 19 June 10:00am
Wednesday 19 June 10:00am
Wednesday 19 June 01:00pm
Wednesday 19 June 01:30pm
Wednesday 19 June 07:00pm
Wednesday 19 June 07:30pm

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Monday 2 September 07:00pm

This is a place for people to share knowledge, tools and skills. It is also a time to hang out, get started or get motivated. Come join us at this weekly class to work on your ideas with a group of neighbours and ...

Tuesday 3 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 ...

Tuesday 3 September 10:00am

Let art help you heal, clear your mind and meet new friends.

In this weekly class at the Featherston Community Centre we mostly work with acrylics.

Contact: Julia O’Neale - 06 308 8977.

Tuesday 3 September 07:00pm

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

Susan Mitchell - 021 246 4884.

Tuesday 3 September 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 4 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 ...

Wednesday 4 September 10:00am

Self guided tours include: a map, an 8-minute AV which takes you on a tour of the henge and explains everything.

Take yourself around the henge but return to the Vistiors' Centre as many times as you wish to ask ...

Wednesday 4 September 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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