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Imagine That. Photography, Weaving and Garden Sculpture. 25th September - 20th October 2017. Opening Preview Saturday 23rd September 2017 2pm - 4 pm. All Welcome. The Village Gallery, Eltham, Monday - Saturday 10am - 3pm.
Eltham Community Board
Monday 2 October 2017, 10.30 am
Hawera Community Board Meeting - 2 October 2017, 4.30 pm
Build the tallest balloon tower, protective egg cradles and the longest paper chain. Free holiday programme for 5-12 year olds.
Test your engineering skills making marshmallow catapults and rolling ball sculptures. Recommended for ages 7+
Blood Drive. TSB Hub, Camberwell Street, Hawera. Wednesday 4th October 2017 from 8am - 2pm.
Egmont Plains Community Board, Sandford's Event Centre, Opunake - 4 October 2017, 9.30 am
Patea Community Board, Patea Old Folks Association - 4 October 2017, 4.00 pm
Hawera Horticultural Society - Meeting Wednesday 4th October at 7.30pm. The hall lounge, community centre, Hawera. Speaker is Barbara Mcphillips, Organic Gardening. Visitors welcome.
Thursday 5th October 8.30am - 7.00pm, Friday 6th October 8.30am - 6.00pm, Saturday 7th 9.00am - 2.00pm, St Joseph Hall, Victoria Street, Hawera.
Hawera Genealogy & South Taranaki Museum Trust.
Collecting books now ph; 06 278 4292 or 06 278 4344.
Match the selfie to the shelfie - fun interactive activity to look for your favourite books and authors. Free holiday programme for 5-12 year olds.
Make and launch your own personal rocket into space! Free holiday programme for 5-12 years olds.
Make and launch your own personal rocket into space. Free holiday programme for 5-12 year olds.
Normanby Indoor Bowling CLub 69th AGM to be held on Thursday 5th October 2017 at 7.30pm. At the Normanby Memorial Hall, Ketemarae Road.
Fair times 9.00am - 5.00pm Saturday and 9.00am - 4.00pm Sunday. Egmont Racing Club, Waihi Road Hawera
Circus times 10.00am, 12.00pm and 3.00pm, all tickets tot he circus $5, cash sales at the ticket office.
Free entry to the fair, children's entertainment, craft stalls, food, fortune telling and more!
Pop-up fair. Saturday 7th October 9am - 5pm and Sunday 8th Ocotber 9am - 6pm. Egmont racing club, Hawera.
Upper room ministries present: Hitting the mark. Weighing the cost of pursuing the gift. Saturday October 7th 10.30am - 4.00pm. Presbyterian Centre, 35 Argyle Street, Hawera. Lunch provided (No special dietary requirements catered for). Registrations: Early bird by October 4th $10. $15 thereafter.
Learning Session - Hospice Taranaki would like to invite you to an information presentation. Sunday 8th October at 2pm in the theatre lounge, Hawera community centre. Albion Street, Hawera. You can learn more about what the hospice does in the community. what the hospice palliative care nurses do and you can ask questions.
Project Planning for Community Organisations. How to create simple, effective and easy to understand project management processes that work! Book your session today. $30 per person including lunch and resources. Monday 9th October 2017 - Hawera - 9.00am - 5.00pm. The west lounge, TSB Hub, Waihi Road, Hawera.
Test your engineering skills making marshmallow catapults and rolling ball sculptures
Kaponga Rugby Football Club AGM. To be held on 10th October 2017 at 7.30pm. All Welcome
Make a robot that will draw its own crazy designs, and then use your imagination to turn your scribbles into art. Free holiday programme for 5-12 year olds.
Grow your mind and discover coding, playdoughy circuits, gears & Lego, Hama beads and makey makey. Free holiday programme for 5-12 year olds.
10.00am - 2.00pm, Hawera Soccer Club, Turuturu Rd, Hawera
Mental health awareness week 2017 touch tournament! Minimum 6 people in a team.
To register a team please contact Hannah Kelly by 29th of September: Hannah@sporttaranaki.org.nz
Monthly popup market at town square 10am - 4pm
De-Wey Dare! - spooky library activities with paper circuitry and a great imagination. Free holiday programme for 5-12 year olds.
Normanby safer community group AGM. Thursday 12th October 2017 at 3pm. Election of officers. Tuke Street, Normanby.
Organ Concert. Friday 13th October at 1.30pm. Taranaki cathedral organist Christopher Luke will give a recital on the 1909 Norman and Beard Organ, at St Mary's Church, Hawera.
South Taranaki Indoor Bowls Assc AGM. To be held Friday 13th October 2017 at 7.30pm. At the Tower Bowls clubrooms, Presidents lounge.
South Taranaki Childrens Market. Saturday, 14th October 2017 from 9am - 12pm at the Salvation Army Complex. 19 Regent Street, Hawera. Toys, Books, Clothes and more. An opportunity to have a clear out before Christmas. Book a sales table by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or 021 251 1615
Meet the Artist at Lysaght Watt Gallery. 11am on Saturday 14th October. Viv Davy will be discussing fibre technique in relation to her work on display at the Lysaght Watt Gallery. Everyone Welcome
Hawera Crop Swap - Saturday 14th October. St Johns Presbyterian Hall, Argyle Street. Set up 1pm, welcome and swap at 1.30pm.
Taranaki Irish Social Club - Celebrating 50 years 1967 - 2017. Golden Jubilee Dinner. Saturday 14th October. Meet and greet at 5pm. Dinner and entertainment at 7pm. Poolside rooms, Quality Hotel, New Plymouth. Tickets $65 - available at hotel reception.
Ben Hurley (MC)/ Vaughan King/ Chopper
One show only!
$50 per person or book a table of 10 for $450*
Cash bar available
Tickets on sale at TSB Hub from 8am Thursday 31st August.
Pihama Lavender Market. Sunday 15th October from 10am - 2pm.
Patea & Districts Boating Club AGM. Friday 20th October 2017 at 7pm. At the club rooms, Beach Road, Patea. Spot prize draw - Guest speaker - Supper and refreshments supplied. All Welcome
Origami Boats - Along side the scale boats on the lake at King Edward park. Saturday 21st October from 10am - 1pm. Come along and create your boat. Its free and all materials are provided.
10.00am, King Edward Park, Waihi Road, Hawera.
Model boats of all types and sizes will ply the King Edward Park waters at Labour weekend in Hawera’s annual Scale Ship Regatta.
Barbeque for South Taranaki RSA. Bunnings carpark. Sunday 22nd October
Matapu Tennis Club AGM. Tuesday 24th October 2017 at 7.30pm in clubrooms. All Welcome
Ronald Hugh Morrison Literary Awards, 30th Anniversary presentation evening. Wednesday 25th October 2017 at 7pm. The TSB Hub, Camberwell Road, Hawera. Winners will be announced. RSVP 06 278 0555 or local library plus.
Pet Day - Hawera Christian School. Thursday 26th October. 10am - 2pm. Animals, Games, Face painting, Hay rides, Sandpit dig and lots more.
CCS Disability Action South & Central Taranaki Inc. AGM. Thursday 26th October 2pm. 85 Princess Street, Hawera. All Welcome
How to effectively setup Facebook - For your trust, society, Club or Community Organisation. Thursday 26 October 2017 - Hawera - 5.15pm - 7.30pm. West Lounge, TSB Hub, Waihi Road, Hawera.
Hawera Water Ski Club AGM. Thursday 26th October 2017. 7.30pm at 13 Mason Road, Hawera
Everybody’s Theatre is part of South Taranaki’s inaugural Arts Festival programme. Screenings 10.30am - 1pm & 7pm. 27th October - 5th November. $10 adults - $8 child/senior. We are screening 14 New Zealand Films and Documentaries favourites over the 10 days of Taranaki’s popular garden festivals. Everybody’s Theatre is a unique and historical building situated on Surf Highway 45 in the popular seaside town of Opunake. Please come and enjoy with us our exciting first time NZ Film Festival.
Repertory House, Collins Street, Hawera. Bottom's Dream is a shortened, creative version of Shakespeare's Midsummer's Night Dream.
Directed by Clive Cullen. The play is part of the Taranaki Garden Spectacular and Arts Fest South Taranaki.
Due to our warm temperatures, high sunshine hours and good rainfall, gardens and parks flourish in our region. As a result Taranaki has some of the best public and private gardens on offer in New Zealand, including more Gardens of National and Regional Significance than any other region. The annual ten day festival is the longest running garden festival in the country and showcases some of New Zealand’s most stunning private and public gardens.
Featuring more than 50 of Taranakis most beautiful gardens. A friendly welcome awaits you as you delight at the extraordinary splendour and variety in the beautiful gardens of Taranaki.
Hawera High School Ladies Night Shopping - Friday 27th October 2017 : 7pm - 9pm Get in early for your Christmas shopping. Over 25 stalls offering great present ideas for everyone. (Men also welcome !!) $5 per ticket available at the school office – cash purchases only. If you wish to have a stall to sell your products please email Jodie email@example.com
Hawera High School - Ladies shopping night. Friday 27th October 2017 7pm - 9pm. Tickets available from PTA members and the school office. $5 donation.
Ginette McDonald - Powerco Garden Spectacular.
Tairoa Church Hall at Tairoa Lodge, 3 Puawai Street, Hawera.
Tickets available at the South Taranaki i-SITE Visitor Centre, 55 High Street, Hawera, 06 278 8599 or 0800 111 323
Naumai Park, High Street, Hawera.
Rain day 29th October.
Bottom's Dream is a shortened, creative version of Shakespeare's Midsummer's Night Dream.
Directed by Clive Cullen. The play is part of the Taranaki Garden Spectacular and Arts Fest South Taranaki.
South Taranaki Arts Fest. Water colour - Explore and experiment with water colour to paint a bunch of spring flowers. 9am - 12.45pm. Water colour - Explore and experiment with water colour to paint a Taranaki landscape. 1pm - 5pm. All Saints Church, 88 King Edward Street, Eltham.
Rawhitiroa School Pet Day and Gala. October 28th from 10am. All welcome to attend. Raffles, Games and bouncing castle. Come along and enjoy the fun.
An invitation to Members of the Hawera Community.
10 am – 12 noon, Hawera LibraryPlus, High Street, Hawera.
This year, on the last Saturday of every month, a member of the Hawera Community Board will be available to talk with you about local body issues that affect you.
Sonic Delusion - Arts Fest South Taranaki 2017. Too funky for folk and too folky for funk. Saturday 28th October, 7pm, Ohawe Hall. Tickets $20 on the door. BYO.
South Taranaki Arts Fest - Acrylic on canvas. Explore and experiment with acrylic to paint a bunch of spring flowers 9am - 12.45pm. Acrylic on canvas. Explore ideas and develop a painting that will represent the beauty and values of the Rotokare sanctuary 1pm - 5pm. Lake Rotokare, Sangster Road, Rawhitiroa
Calf and Lamb day. Tuesday 31st October, 11am start. Open to all students attending HAwera Schools. Hawera showgrounds, Marie Street entrance. For further information phone Julie 06 278 3358
The Salvation Army Hawera presents Light Party - a positive alternative to Halloween. $2 entry per child. Tuesday 31st 5.30pm - 7.30pm. Bouncy castle, Sausage sizzle, Face painting and lots more!
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