Favourite Songs From Wolrd War II presented by South Taranaki RSA together with the Hawera Womens Club and Friends. 1.30pm at RSA Clubrooms. Strictly NO door sales, Tickets $10 available from RSA Clubrooms and RSA popup shop (cnr Union and High Street or ring 06 278 4018 to book.
Tux North Island Sheep Dog Trial Championships 2016 1494 Rawhitiroa Road Mangamingi Eltham. Come and join us to watch the following four dog trial events: long head, short head and yard, zig zag huntaway and straight huntaway. Food and beverages available for sale.
9.00am - 12.00pm. Contact Hazel 021 258 7786.
10.00am - 3.00pm, RSA Hall, 130 Princes Street, Hawera.
Rural Women New Zealand South Taranaki seminar with guest speakers, David Lloyd - Elder support, Maria Grant and Sheryl Robinson - Victim support, Shironi Smith - Community law office and Carolyn Cragg - '4 the Kids'.
A $5 lunch will be served from midday.
Lysaght Watt Gallery, 4-6 union Street, Hawera, 06 278 7611.
Hours: Monday - Friday 10.00am - 4.00pm, Saturday 10.00am - 1.00pm.
National Art Competition, major prize $3000 plus other cash prizes.
Vote for your favourite in the People's Choice Awards.
Altrusa Hawera Conference TSB Hub
Comic Book Day at Hawera LibraryPlus 10am- 2pm This day is ramping up with some great activities on offer, comic books to give away, come along dressed as your favourite character and lots more! The library will be on reduced services that day and the vent takes place for all ages.
Showtimes: Saturday 2.00pm & Sunday 11.00am & 2.00pm.
Direct from Ireland....for two days only at.... Hawera Racecourse.
Adults $20, Child $15. Dial a seat/info line: 021 418937 or follow on facebook kellybros.circus
Hawera Racecourse Market 10am - 2pm new monthly market (2nd Sunday of the month) starting up in Hawera, come and join us for our first one! 60+ stalls already booked!! Held outside at the Hawera Racecourse, there is a wet weather venue.
Go ahead make your Mother's Day......
2.00pm, Tairoa Lodge, 3 Puawai Street, Hawera, 06 278 8603.
Adults $40, Children (12 years & under) $20.
Bookings essential - reserve your table today.
Complimentary Pimms or Fruit Cocktail, live background music, delicious homemade Tairoa savouries,
The Village Gallery, 166 High Street, Eltham.
Open Monday - Saturday 10.00am - 3.00pm.
Photography by Jocelyn and Lyal Barrett.
Also featuring Mark Bloomfield - Sculpture, Tracey Bourke - Pottery, Bernadette Ballantyne - Prints.
Learn to canoe or kayak at the Hawera Aquatic Centre every 2nd Wednesday of each month 7.00pm-8.30pm Cost $8 per person Anyone can have a go
Okaiawa Rugby Club Old Timers Day 2016, under 12's vs Clifton 10am, Okaiawa Senior 3rds vs Kaponga Crowley Cup 1pm. Live band from 6.30pm. Courtesy Van available. We would like to extend a warm welcome to all sponsors, supporter, current and past members.
TSB Hub, Camberwell Road, Hawera. Doors open 7.00pm , speaker 8.00pm, band 'Easy' 9.00pm.
Formal dress, cash bar available. Tickets $50, includes drink on arrival & light super.
Tickets available from the South Taranaki i-SITE Visitor Centre, 55 High Street, Hawera 06 278 8599.
Join us for A Night of Hope at the Hawera Assembly of God, High Street Hawera 7.30pm. Inspiring story, live music, all welcome. Free. More info at www.worldvision.org.nz/nightofhope
Rural Support Trust are running a GoodYarn workshop 10:00 - 2:00 with a free lunch. GoodYarn is a hands-on workshop that will give you the practical tools and confidence to be able to talk to people in rural communities about stress and mental health. You will learn where to go for support and resources as well as keep yourself safe.
Join Eltham LibraryPlus for morning tea and listen to Janice Hawkes from the Rawhitiroa Women's Institute.
Indoor BMX Championships Saturday 21 May commencing 12 noon Sunday 22 May commencing 9.30am
Set up 2.30pm & start swapping after 3.00pm.
Presbyterian Hall, Argyle Street, Hawera.
Bring plants, vegetables & seeds etc. The idea is home grown or home made garden and kitchen products. Garden magazines also.
For more info: email@example.com or 027 4720 044.
1.00pm - 3.00pm, 198 Egmont Street, Patea.
All resources supplied $25. Bookings essential contact Mareta 06 273 8326.
2.00pm - 4.00pm.
Hollard Gardens, 1686 Upper Manaia Road, Kaponga.
The first of a series of three workshops - an introduction to permaculture design and how it applies to you.
Koromiko Kindergarten Open Day 9am - 12 noon 26 Koromiko Avenue Hawera 06 278 3028. Free sausage sizzle.
7.30pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, & 2.00pm Sunday, Lakeside Playhouse, Opunake.
Wendy Smith is directing an Opunake Players cast in the hilarious David Tristram comedy whodunit 'Inspector Drake & the Perfekt Crime and has an eager young cast to entertain.
Tickets $20 available from Sinclair Electrical.
7.30pm, Hawera Bowling Club, High Street, Hawera.
Guests Bev Banks and Syd Kershaw.
9.00am - 1.00pm, Ohawe Hall. Stalls $5.
Phone Rita 06 278 4694 or Bernice 06 278 5710.
9.30am - 3.00pm, Presbyterian Hall, 33 Argyle Street, Hawera.
Guest speaker; Koebi Hart. Please bring a koha for Koebi.
Registrations; Early bird $10 by May 25th or $15 after May 25th.
2.00pm - 4.00pm, Hollard Gardens, 1686 Upper Manaia Road, Kaponga.
Second in a series of three workshops - how chooks, worms, soil and composting fit into the permaculture design.
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