Powerco Taranaki Garden Festival 2018. October 26 - November 4 2018
Garden Edge Hawera - Fauna + Flora Life-Size Party Dress. Dresses will be displayed at the Garden Edge during the week of the Powerco Garden Festival October 26 - November 4th 2018. Create your own design and be in to win. All dresses to be delivered to Garden Edge by 3pm Oct 25th. Participants are invited to attend a social gathering Oct 26th. for announcement of the winner.
Arts Fest - South Taranaki 2018. 26 October - 3 November. Launched by the Taranaki National Art Awards in Opunake, ARTS FEST South Taranaki presenrs gallery exhibitions, yarn bombs, art workshops, music concerts, comedy, artist collectives and a film festival - something for everyone. Full details on website www.artsfestst.co.nz
Taranaki Sustainable Backyards Trail. Explore sustainable properties, engage with hosts and take home inspiration! 26th October - 4th November.
Explore a variety of beautiful gardens. Purchase plants you've seen in the gardens, get practical advise from garden hosts, enjoy arts, crafts and vintage machinery. $2 entry per garden.
Everybody's Theatre, Tasman St, Opunake . Join us for the first Everybody's Theatre NZ Film Festival. Showcasing classic NZ films and documentaries over nine days in Opunake's community run, restored historic movie theatre. Films include Once Were Warriors, A Little Chaos, The Piano, Whale Rider, Love Birds, Born Racer: Scott Dixon, Second-Hand Wedding, Came a Hot Friday and Gardening With Soul.
Taranaki National Art Awards. Awards Ceremony 7pm Friday 26 October 2018. Exhibition 10am - 4pm, 27 October - 3 November 2018. Sandfords Event Centre, Tasman Street, Opunake, Taranaki.
11.30am start, 79 Lower Normanby Road, Manaia
Tutor Jenny Oakley, $10 per person, (Garden Festival Fee)
Jenny is a garden festival veteran, part of the Garden Festival for 30 years. Jenny and Guy’s garden became a Garden of National Significance in 2005. Jenny has a Bachelor of Amenity Horticulture and is a Trustee of the New Zealand Gardens Trust. Jenny is also famous for her hanging baskets! She spent the English spring of 2000 touring English garden centres demonstrating how to make them. Her workshops are held in her garden, a joy in itself to experience.
Further information: 0800 746 363
Year 13 Prizegiving - Thursday 1 November at 7.00pm. Combined Year 11 & 12 Prizegiving - Friday 2 November at 11.00am. School Hall
Hawera Water Ski Club AGM. Thursday 1 November 7.30pm. 13 Mason Road, Hawera.
10.00am - 3.00pm, Hawera Art School & Creative Space, 20 Union Street, Hawera
Tutor Carl Fairweather, $50 per person, all materials supplied.
Learn the art of creating your own piece of assemblage junk magic.
Please feel free to bring any small pieces junk treasure from home that you want to include. Please bring your lunch. Tea and coffee provided.
Register: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone/text 027 361 6930
Tairoa Lodge Long Lunch. SOLD OUT
Date: Saturday 3 November 2018
Time: 11:30 am –3.00 pm
Venue: Tairoa Lodge, 3 Puawai Street, Hawera 4610, New Zealand
Bookings: TAFT office, New Plymouth Ph 06 759 8412
Cost: $80.00pp (Includes house tour, luncheon and wine tasting)
Cost: $98.00pp (Includes house tour, luncheon, wine tasting and coach)
Transport: Coach departs from Taft office 10.30am
1.00pm - 2.00pm, Ohawe Community Hall, Ohawe Rd, Hawerwa.
Tutor Erin Ballagh, $10 per person, all materials supplied, limited spaces, please register email@example.com or phone/text 027 973 8569.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show fundraiser. Proceeds go to The Kai Kitchen Trust. Saturday 3rd November, 8pm - 11pm. Brought to you by the talented team at Tansi Productions and Flash Mob Entertainment. Cash/EFTPOS bar will be available on the night and supper will be provided in the interval. All tickets are General Admission. Tickets available for purchase from the ticketing store using bank transfers at http://flashmobentertainent.newcart.website/ if you wish to make a payment using credit card please contact us to arrange. For all show inquiries and info please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 022 657 9624.
Celtic Capers. Hawera Highland Pipe Band Hall. Saturday 3rd November 2018. 7.00pm start. The Hawera Highland Pipe Band families and supporters get together. An evening of fun and entertainment that will include piping, drumming, dancing, address to the haggis and lots more. Complimentary refreshments at interval. Tickets $15 adult and $5 school aged children. Bookings at www.hwerapipeband.nz or contact Alistair Parry 0272732851 or Joyce Langlands 062785984
8.00pm, Ohawe Hall, 174 Ohawe Rd, Hawera. Tickets $10 at the door. Dave Ritchie Smith is a Scottish singer-songwriter who has made Taranaki his home since 2002. Since his arrival, he has been an active member of the New Plymouth music scene. Together with the Affordables and his catchy heartfelt songs that have a Celtic foundation, they will get your feet tapping and your heart singing.
10.00am - 4.00pm FREE
Come and enjoy a cruisy day with live music by folk duoGypsy Blue and other local musicians. Bring along a picnic - coffee cart available. Check out the onsite art gallery and take part in an interactive weaving installation in the trees using natural fibres.
10.00am - 11.00am, Ohawe Hall, Ohawe Rd, Hawera
Tutor Caryl Murray, free event, all materials supplied
Join Ohawe based artist Caryl Murray for a fun and experimental session creating monoprints from items collected from nature. Suitable for beginners. Take home a series of A5 sized unique prints.Register: Email email@example.com or phone 06 278 4711
Hawera Golf Club invites you to a FREE round of Golf on our easy Walking nine hole course. Sunday 4 November. Tee off between 10am and noon. Inquiries phone Sue 06 278 5828
1.00pm - 3.00pm, The Village Gallery, 166 High Street, Eltham
Tutor Joni Murphy $25 per person, all materials supplied.
An opportunity to learn some of the techniques used to paint botanicals with watercolour paints. This workshop is tailored for the absolute beginner to introduce this medium and set you up for making your own projects. No experience in drawing or painting required. Have fun with colour to create your own unique piece of art to take home.
Register: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone/text 022 189 8892
Organ Power Plus. Sunday 4th November at 3.00pm. Wesley Methodist Church, Hawera. Roy Tankersley (Organ), Sasha Routh ('Cello)
Hawera Mid-Week Pop-Up Market. 9.00am - 4.00pm. Hawera Town Square. A Variety of Art/ Craft/ Goods from around taranaki and abroad. September 13th - September 27th - October 11th - October 25th - November 8th - November 22nd - December 13th.
9.00am - 2.00pm, Presbyterian Centre, Argyle Street, Hawera.
Market selling crafts for Christmas decorations and gifts.
To book your stall phone the office 06 278 0166 Mon - Thurs 9.00am - 2.00pm or 06 278 4313 or 06 272 8449 anytime.
10.30am - 1.30pm, Aotea Utanganui, Museum of South Taranaki, Patea.
Join Collections Assistant Luana Paamu for this presentation & workshop showcasing our Social History & Taonga Maori Collections. Learn how we house our artefacts & Taonga Maori Collections and how we undertake preservation upon them.
Patea Golf Club open Xmas Hamper golf tournament. Saturday 10 November. 10.30am shotgun start. Entries to Ray Finlay 2738335 or Ev Gibbs 2734142
Auction starts 12.30pm, viewing & BBQ from 10.30pm, Caffeinate, High Street, Hawera.
Free admission, EFTPOS available. Sales benefit South Taranaki Youth supported by Tautoko Rangatahi.
Armistice Day. Waverley Waitotara co-operating Parish will hold a special service on Sunday, November 11, Remembrance day. This will be a special service to commemorate 100 years since the Armistice to end the First World War. The service will begin at 10am in the church of the Good Shepard on the north western end of Waverley on SH3.
Armistice Day. Patea RSA holding a service at the Cenotaph, Egmont Street, Patea at 10.45am on November 11.
Armistice Day. South Taranaki RSA Armistice Day, Sunday, November 11 at 11am outside the War Memorial Arch. Cups of tea in RSA club rooms after ceremony.
Doors open from 5.30pm, doors close and show begins at 6.30pm, Shads Buffet & Function Centre, Waihi Road, Hawera.
Tickets available from Shads, $50, limited seats, door sales if not sold out.
Enjoy a night of entertainment with a full course buffet.
Taranaki Indoor Bowls AGM. Sunday 11th November 7.30pm. Presidents Lounge, Tower Bowls Clubrooms.
4.00pm - 7.00pm Clarendon Hotel, 83 Weraroa Rd, Waverley. A meeting where members of the community can drop in to ask questions, have a cuppa and find out more about fibre. The 3 events will be hosted on the 14th and 15th November in Waverley, Manaia and Opunake. Drop in and say hi to the Chorus team and ask questions about the fibre build and how to get connected once we’ve completed our works.
"Floral Boarders Walk" in King Edward Park on November 15 at 10am. Meet at the observatory in the Park for morning tea prior to the walk. For further info contact Vivien Taylor 278 7890
Join us to create some fun pompom mazes. This free programme is designed especially for 4 years olds.
10.30am – 12.30pm, Manaia LibraryPlus, 22 South Road, Manaia. A meeting where members of the community can drop in to ask questions, have a cuppa and find out more about fibre. The 3 events will be hosted on the 14th and 15th November in Waverley, Manaia and Opunake. Drop in and say hi to the Chorus team and ask questions about the fibre build and how to get connected once we’ve completed our works.
2.00pm – 4.00pm, Headlands Indian Restaurant, 4 Havelock Street, Opunake. A meeting where members of the community can drop in to ask questions, have a cuppa and find out more about fibre. The 3 events will be hosted on the 14th and 15th November in Waverley, Manaia and Opunake. Drop in and say hi to the Chorus team and ask questions about the fibre build and how to get connected once we’ve completed our works.
FREE workshop. How to Promote your Organisation. Tips for public speaking. Eltham. Thursday 15 November. 5.45pm - 7.30pm.
Kakaramea Hall, Kakaramea.
Thrills! Chills! Delights!
The messy magic adventure Seven Deadly Stunts proudly presented by Rollicking Entertainment part of Arts on Tour NZ Trust.
For more information contact email@example.com
Hawera A&P Show. Friday 16th and Saturday 16th November 2018.
9.30am - 4.00pm, TSB Hub, Hawera. Dr Valerie McGinn, who has more than 20yrs experience working with children and adolescents with brain injuries and neurodisabilities, will be speaking at the foetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) workshop. To book a place for the free workshop email firstname.lastname@example.org , morning tea and lunch are provided.
Shaun Preston - Dinner & Dance. Friday 16 November. Hawera Community Centre Hall, Albion Street, Hawera . RSVP to Michelle Commerer at email@example.com or phone 0800 111 323. All profits to Taranaki Cancer Society.
No theme this year, you may decorate your float as you wish.Judging will commence 6.00pm, assemble either end of Albion Street in single lane.
Parade will commence at 6.30pm and proceed through High Street. Free entry on the day, no registration required.
First Prize $400, Second Prize $300, Third Prize, $200, Fourth Prize $100.
What drives someone to walk on broken glass, swallow fire or juggle a chainsaw?
Join Rollicking Entertainment at the Kakaramea Hall on Friday 16 November, as they turn up the heat to celebrate seven of the most notorious stunts in carny folklore.
Tickets on sale now from the South Taranaki i-SITE.
South Taranaki RSA Quiz Night. Friday 16 November 7.00pm start. Team of 4 people $20. Registrations at the RSA or on the night.
Eltham Community Board - November 2018
Hawera-Tangahoe Community Board - November 2018
Egmont Plains Community Board - November 2018
Patea Community Board - November 2018
2.00pm and 7.00pm, Hawera Memorial Theatre, Albion Street, Hawera. Adult $20, Child $15.
Tickets available from the Dance Studio, 2 High Street, Hawera or call Michelle 027 311 2249.
Wes Epae - First Impressions. Shads Buffet. Enjoy a night of entertainment with a full course buffet. Sunday 25th November. Doors open 5.30pm. Doors close and show begins at 6.30pm. Tickets available from Shads Buffet $50. Limited seats. Door sales only if not sold out prior.
Blood Drive. Wednesday 28 November 8.00am - 2.00pm. TSB Hub, Camberwell Road, Hawera.
4-6 Union Street, Hawera, Monday - Friday 10.00am - 4.00pm, Saturday 10.00am - 1.00pm. Taranaki Clay Artists - Kathryn Gates, Barbara Nicholls and Lynda H LJH Pottery.
Cash and carry idea gifts for Christmas.
Opening Tuesday 27th November 4.0.0pm.
You are invited to participate in an interactive hour-long show with the Canadian touring company, Live History. We are looking for people to join us for an evening of fun bringing local history to life.
HELP US TO SOLVE THE MYSTERY.
6.00pm - 7.00pm, SH3 Patea.
Hawera Memorial Theatre Trust presents "A Christmas Cracker" - A variety show full of musical surprises. Friday 30th November 7.30pm, Saturday 1st December Matinee, Saturday 1st December 7.30pm and Sunday 2nd December 7.30pm. Tickets on sale SOON at the South Taranaki I-SITE Visitor centre.
For all Council enquiries, information, and customer service
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Address: 105-111 Albion St, Hawera 4610
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