What's On

WHAT'S on

Saturday 19 June 09:00am
The Wairarapa Farmers' Market is on every Saturday morning from 9 am - 1 pm under the Grandstand and the surrounding area, at the beautiful Solway Showgrounds, Masterton. The market is under the grandstand and outside ...

Mon 14 Jun

Monday 14 June 09:00am
Monday 14 June 05:30pm
Monday 14 June 07:00pm

Tue 15 Jun

Tuesday 15 June 10:00am
Tuesday 15 June 06:00pm
Tuesday 15 June 07:00pm

Wed 16 Jun

Wednesday 16 June 10:00am
Wednesday 16 June 01:30pm
Wednesday 16 June 05:00pm

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Saturday 7 August 05:30pm

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Saturday 7 August 07:30pm

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Saturday 7 August 09:30pm

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Sunday 8 August 10:00am

A celebration of Māori performance and performers across time and genres, the exhibition highlights iconic moments in Māori performance and features luminaries such as Kiri Te Kanawa, Hone Tuwhare, George Henare, Inia ...

Sunday 8 August 10:00am

The Disappearing Woman presents a tableau of woven, crafted and painted objects in a Victorian parlour: a place where young women once sat to do their needlework. Each element of the tableau, however, has been given a ...

Sunday 8 August 10:00am

Artists: Glen Butler, Sharisse Eberlein, Mark Gee, Rebecca Kempton, Pete Monk and John Whitby

Wairarapa is on the verge of becoming a Dark Sky Reserve, a region dedicated to preserving the pristine night sky. Darkness ...

Sunday 8 August 10:00am

The exhibition title Te Hono Wai – Where waters meet is a metaphor for peoples meeting and cultural exchange occurring. Where waters meet might be an estuary; freshwater meeting saltwater, one culture interacting with ...

Tuesday 10 August 10:00am

A celebration of Māori performance and performers across time and genres, the exhibition highlights iconic moments in Māori performance and features luminaries such as Kiri Te Kanawa, Hone Tuwhare, George Henare, Inia ...

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