The Village Gallery, 166 High Street, Eltham.
Open Monday - Saturday 10.00am - 3.00pm.
Unification; Stitching and Turning with Abstract Thoughts.
13th March - 7th April.
10.00am - 4.00pm 1st & 2nd April.
Artists Open Studios Whanganui - The Waverley Four + Patea.
Glass & Art Studio, 49 Wereroa Rd, Waverley.
Southern Arts Collective, St Andrews Hall, 135 Wereroa Rd, Waverley.
Glass & Art Studio 47 Wereroa Rd, Waverley.
Ice, Snow & Sculpture Show, Old Scout Hall, Chester St, Waverley.
Jenni's Play Art, 7 Hadfield St, Patea.
8.30am - 11.30pm. St Mary's Hall, Corner Princes and Collins Street, entrance on Collins Street.
Come along and get some great bargains.
Powerco Aquatic Centre & King Edward Park, Waihi Road, Hawera A perfect triathlon for a first timer. A safe pool swim with an exciting ride around the local streets and a flat run to finish off. Enter at www.tritaranaki.nz 14yrs and over.
8.15-8.45am Transition & Race Registration Opens
10.00am - 3.00pm, Hollard Gardens, 1686 Upper Manaia Rd, Kaponga.
Come to the Hollard Country Fair and celebrate the season's harvest.
Music, entertainment, delicious food, produce, arts, crafts and fun for all the family.
10.00am- 2.00pm, Hawera Racecourse, Waihi Road, Hawera.
Contact Gail Golding 021 0264 1441.
Hawera Racecourse, Waihi Road, Hawera.
Hawera Harness Racing Club's race day.
Pihama Women's Institute Annual Walk for Cancer.
9.30am, Michelle & Richard Julian's Farm, The Lake, 3645 Surf Highway 45, Pihama.
Registration is at 9.30am walk starts at 10.00am. Adults $10, Children $2.
Country lunch provided.
7.00pm, Doors open 6.30pm, Hawera Memorial Theatre, Albion Street, Hawera.
Tickets available form www.iticket.co.nz
With the outstanding success and popularity of TV2's award winning series "Sensing Murder", Kelvin has been literally swamped with people wanting to see him.
8.00am - 5.00pm,
TSB Hub, Camberwell Road, Hawera.
Come along to watch and support the 8 regional finalists compete to qualify to go through to the FMG Young Farmer Grand Final.
10.00am -2.00pm, 3510 South Road, Opunake.
Check out the many delights from local makers and growers.
2.00pm - 8.00pm, 3510 South Road, Opunake.
A mini concert of live music and entertainment. Entry $5pp, children 10 & under free.
Tickets from Event Finder or South Taranaki i-SITE Visitor Centre, 55 High Street, Hawera, 0800 111 323 or 06 278 8599.
Enquiries phone Liz 06 215 8169 or www.pihamalavender.com
9.30am - 3pm $10 each before April 16th, $15 thereafter, lunch provided for early bird registrations. Upper Room Ministries present: 'Connected' - Owen Pomana, former prisoner, former 'hired gun'. International preacher with a call to reach the needy and vulnerable. Men and women invited! Please bring a koha for Owen. St John's Presbyterian Hall, Hawera register at email@example.com or 06 278 0166
10.00am - 1.00pm, High Street, Hawera.
Campbell Lane and Warehouse Stationery Ribbon Cutting by Mayor Ross Dunlop.
Programme of activities including Kapa Hake Group, dance, music and face painting.
Plus guest appearance from Mickey, Minnie and our own Gertie the Cow.
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.
9.00am 12.00pm, King Edward Park, Hawera.
Fill ya Boots - The original car boot sale is heading to Hawera's King Edward Park and not to be missed. Entrance for vehicles is through Stan Lay entrance next to Hawera High School.
For all Council enquiries, information, and customer service
Ph: (06) 278 0555
Toll free: 0800 111 32324 hours a day, seven days a week
Fax: (06) 278 8757
Address: 105-111 Albion St, Hawera 4610
Post: Private Bag 902, Hawera 4640