12.30pm - 5.00pm, Hawera Memorial Hall, Albion Street, Hawera.
Society sales table and market stalls.
Admission $3, children free.
That Bloody Women. Saturday 2nd September at 7pm. Hawera memorial theatre. Tickets available at the South Taranaki i-SITE
Auditions for bottoms dream. Sunday 3rd September at 7pm. Repertory House, Collins Street, Hawera.
The cast of 11 is a mix of men and women with stage ages approx. 20 - 50 'ish, but very open ended. Running time is approx. 35 mins, over 5 short scenes. Rehearsals will be over approx. 5 weeks starting at the end of September.
Heavens Gates & Hell's Flames
7 pm Friday 8th - 7 pm Saturday 9th - 6 pm Sunday 10th.
Performance at Hawera A/G Church, 192 High Street, Hawera.
Doggy Test. Exam time for all good dogs. Hawera dog association holds its annual obedience championship show on 9th and 10th of September. All welcome. Competitions begin each day from 9am and run till mid-afternoon. Normanby domain on Ketemarae road, near state highway 3.
Tairoa Open Day. Guided tours of the property at 11am and 2pm. A café operating from the church hall to showcase our food. Musician Celine Filbee will entertain our guests from 1pm to 3pm. Fully licenced so will be a lovely day to chill out and listen to live music.
2.00pm - 4.00pm, Hollard Gardens, 1686 Upper Manaia Rd, Kaponga.
How to create a herb spiral and develop your own tea garden and tea tasting.
Featuring the Foundation New Zealand Youth Pipe Band - Along with other Scottish entertainment - Tickets $20 per adult or $10 per school age.
Tickets on sale from 1st August at the South Taranaki i-SITE, 55 High Street, Hawera
1.00pm, Opunake Town Hall.
Presented by Diann Jeffares Theatre dance pupils of 2017. Musical theatre, song, ballet, line dancing and character stories.
Door sales $10 adults, $5 children. For more information phone Diann 06 765 7773.
Light refreshments to follow the presentation.
ALZHEIMERS TARANAKI MEMORY WALK SUNDAY 24TH SEPTEMBER Starting at 10am from EAST END RESERVE TO PUKE ARIKI LANDING Join us on our Memory Walk and take a positive step for dementia. When you participate in a walk, you help change the level of awareness in our community, and help reduce the stigma associated with dementia.
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.
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.
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Address: 105-111 Albion St, Hawera 4610
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