Retrospective and New Work, Caryl Murray - Celebrating 25 years of Art. at Lysaght Watt Gallery.
Okaiawa Rugby Club Derby Day 2016 Okaiawa Juniors vs Southern at 11am and Quarter final for the Okaiawa Seniors vs Southern 1pm. Come out and support the Oki Boys!
A Disco for Zoe at RSA Hall under 6 from 4.30pm 6-12years from 7pm, gold coin entry. Come along and have fun and help raise some money for Zoe and her family as she battle a rare form of muscle cancer.
Tickets on sale Wednesday 18 May.
2 shows - 6pm and 9pm. Tickets $40 each or book a table of 10 for $350*
Featuring Ben Hurley as MC and From 7 Days Paul Ego, support act Pax Assadi.
Tickets available from TSB Hub 06 278 0646 or 0800 111 323. *conditions apply.
Mangatoki Dance Club 30th Anniversary pot luck tea and dance 6pm at the Mangatoki Hall. BYO and main dish, dessert provided. Numbers and enquiries to Michael Kerr 06 765 5786 or Bev Marx 06 764 6666
Baton's Up Fundraiser for Red Rebels All Star Netball Team 7pm at the Wesley Church Hall. $1 kids table, $2 $5 and $10 table, raffles, and bottle auction, cakes.. Contact Myma 021 454 184 or Stephanie 022 054 0515
Dyslexia: A New Way of Thinking - Presbyterian Centre 7pm. Dyslexia is not a disease to have or be cured of, or a disorder that needs fixing or re-wiring - just a different way of thinking and learning. Come and find out more! Ring the Church office to register 06 278 01066
2.00pm, Seventh Day Adventist Church, South Rd, Hawera.
Sing well known church hymns and enjoy fellowship with people from other congregations.
A collection will be taken to help bring the hope of the Bible to migrant workers in the Gulf States.
For more info contact; 06 278 4793.
Ordinary Council - July 2016 - Annual Plan Adoption
First Tuesday of every month. This is our first meeting.
"A good book makes you want to live in the story. A great book gives you no choice"
Sparky the one legged kiwi is on a 'flying' visit to the library and you have a chance to meet him!
Come along and see a live kiwi. Learn about kiwi and their protection and how Sparky lost his leg.
Taranaki Mighty Mix Indoor Sheep Dog Trails championships 2016 at TSB arena, Egmont A&P Show Grounds Friday Saturday and Sunday.
Patea Community Market 9am - 1pm at 31 Cambridge Street Patea. Everyone welcome.
1.30pm Savage Club Hall, Princes Street, Hawera.
Top entertainment by local identities. $5.00 per person, door sales only.
Come along and enjoy an afternoon of family entertainment.
The Lysaght Watt Gallery, 4-6 Union Street, Hawera.
Hawera camera club presents pictures by members and Kevin Bone.
Gallery Hours; Monday - Friday 10.00am - 4.00pm & Saturday 10.00am - 1.00pm.
Eltham Community Board - July 2016 - 10.30am
Hawera Community Board - July 2016 - 5.15pm
Egmont Plains Community Board - July 2016 - 9.30am
The Village Gallery, High Street, Eltham. Open Monday - Saturday 10.00am - 3.00pm.
Solo exhibition by Joni Murphy. Joni will be in the gallery every Saturday during the month, running workshops for children & adults.
Join us to make your own spooky haunted house based on Kyle Mewburn's finalist picture book, The House on the Hill. Use papertronics to make your house glow and come to life.
For ages 5-12 years.
Map a story using robots
Ages 7-12 years
Limited spaces - booking essentail
Join us for story time and making a bird mask activity.
For 5-12 years.
Join us to make your own spooky haunted house, based on Kyle Mewburn's finalist picture book, The House on the Hill. Use papertronics to make your house glow and come to life.
For 5-12 years
Patea Community Board - July 2016 - 3.30pm
Map a story using robots. Try out some of the latest technology - Bee-Bots robotics.
This activity is limited to 7-12 year old and 10 children per session - so registration is necessary.
Bi-Annual event acknowledging and rewarding local business - A Black Tie Awards event
Make your own Monkey Moon
Ages 5-8 years
Night Tour at the Rotokare Scenic Reserve 6pm (postponement date Friday 22nd July). $5 donation for adults and $2 per child to the Rotokarae Scenic Trust. Please bring a torch. To book call 06 764 8500 or firstname.lastname@example.org. A change to see and hear some of our nocturnal wildlife including kiwi, ruru (morepork), glow worms, geckos, weta and other invertebrates, tuna (eels) and even koura (freshwater crayfish)
Kiddylandz Toy Library Open Day 10m - 2pm at the Assembly of God Church on High Street (beside United Video) Balloon animals, face painting, toys, $10 discount on annual memberships signed up on the day.
Presbyterian Hall, Argyle Street, Hawera. Set up 2.30pm, welcome and swap at 3.00pm.
Bring along your excess Home grown or home made goodies. Meet like-minded friendly folk. Gold coin donation towards Hall Hire please.
Contact email@example.com or phone 027 472 0044.
SOLD OUT - Hawera Memorial Theatre 7pm Tickets $67.50 from South Taranaki I-SITE
With the outstanding success and popularity of the award winning series "Sensing Murder", Kelvin has been literally swamped with people wanting to see him.
For this reason, he is continuing his series of exclusive evenings that will help to reach out and touch more people at once.These evenings will simply be Kelvin working with spirit
All welcome to our annual Antique Auction for the Hawera Hospice Shop to be held @ The South Taranaki Club, Caledonia street, Hawera, on Sunday 17th July 2016. Viewing from 9.30am auction starts at 11.00am, print off our auction catalogue @ hospicetaranaki website,over 200 lots, victorian silverware, royal albert butterfly handle tea set,selection of stunning jewellery, we have a Christening pedistool font, (from a local Eltham church), a limited edition print of Mount Taranaki by marianne Muggeridge, classic furniture, and much more you can bid on, all proceeds from the auction go towards palliative care in Taranaki. Peter McDonald is our auctioneer, come and join us for a great day. Home baking and hot/cold drinks for sale free entry
7.30pm at the South Taranaki Club.
Create a collaborative artwork, based on the true story of Tamanui, one of the last kokako in the Taranaki forest. Explore and experience different art making techniques and materials to create a large scale artwork together, to be exhibited in an art gallery in Hawera in August 2016
For ages 5-12 years. Registration required.
Create your own Taranaki Treasure to keep!
Open to ages 5-12yrs
What can you do to protect New Zealand's native birds? Join Aotea Utanganui educator Rob Groat for fun games and craft inspired by the New Zealand Book Awards finalist Tamanaui te Kokako Morehu o Taranaki.
Ages 5-12 years
Create your very own 'House on the Hill' based on Kyle Mewburn's finalist picture book.
Performances from 21 - 30 July 2016.
Repertory House, 59 Collins Street, Hawera.
Charles Pittams has cast the for the production 'Biggles Flies Undone' by Mike Isle.
A ripping 2-act comedy in the 'Boys Own Annual' mould.
Biggles, Algy and chums are confronted by their most perplexing challenge yet - a woman.
Fuel your brain, feed your mind. Design easy tasty recipes to help start the day.
For ages 5-12 years
2.00pm - 4.00pm,
Hollard Gardens, 1686 Upper Manaia Road, Kaponga.
The 'how-to' guide on collecting and saving seeds, in association with Taranaki Seed Savers.
Iwi Liaison Committee - July 2016 - 10.00am
Open Day - Riding for the Disabled Hawera 10am - 2pm at the A&P Showgrounds (Burnside Ave entrance following the road to the cattle pavilion) Visitors are welcome to visit anytime to see what happens and celebrate the annual horses' birthday!
Environment and Hearings Committee - July 2016 - 4.00pm
Good Marriages Getting Better - Alpha Marriage Course starting Friday 29th July for 7 weeks from 7.30pm - 9pm. A fun course where you will learn practical tools to negotiate differences and build a great marriage. There is NO group work and no one is expected to share anything with anyone else other than their partner. For married couples and those in long term partnerships. $20 per couple. More information phone Paul or Heather 06 278 5004 021 1891219 or 021 181 0881
Southern Rugby Club Prize Giving 2016 Clubrooms open from 6pm. The Southern Rugby Club would like to invite all members, players and families, friends, sponsors and supporters to our Annual Prize Giving Dinner. Tickets $45 per person. Courtesy van running. Tickets from Darryl Heibner 027 414 8358 Adrian Nicholls 027 894 5589 Craig O'Dea 021 157 6702 or Vern Cleaver 027 220 7027
Hawera Repertory Junior Registration Day 2016 at Repertory House Collins Street Hawera. All school children welcome, (Membership of the Society) All will be involved in the Junior Drama Festival 13-15 September 2016. For further details contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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Address: 105-111 Albion St, Hawera 4610
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