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Find out what events are on in Central Hawke's Bay.
Another High Tea event at the Ongaonga Museum grounds on Sunday 29 March! High Tea will be served from 10:30am until 3pm.
Robert Cross and Jenny Dobson have generously offered to play Musicke of Sundrie Kindes from 10:30 am until 2:00 pm , so come and join us to listen to this beautiful music....
Date: Sunday 29 March
Where: Ongaonga Museum, Ongaonga, Central Hawke's Bay
Due to the Prime Ministers announcement today on Covid-19, stating that all gatherings over 500 must be cancelled, we are sad to announce that the New Zealand National Ploughing Association has been cancelled.
New Zealand National Ploughing Association Annual Competition, 4-5 April,2020...
Date: Saturday 4 April to Sunday 5 April
Where: Takapau, Takapau, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne
Get ready for The Little Easy on Friday 10 April (Good Friday) in Central Hawke's Bay!
Please make sure you register by 15 March. After this date, your preferred t-shirt size may no longer be available for selection during the registration process.
The Little Easy offers two options:
Date: Friday 10 April
Where: Russell Park, Waipukurau, Central Hawke's Bay
This amazing street event focus is on community groups, clubs, charity, health services, healthy living, Recycling, health living such as Organic gardening, fundraising for school trips etc.
Please note: Your group or health services must be based and running in CHB to have a stall. Payments of...
Date: Saturday 18 April
Where: Ruataniwha st, Waipukurau, Central Hawke's Bay
Described as having “…a voice that imagination created”, Caitlin Smith is a mesmerising performer, song-poet and story singer. Legally blind since birth, she is a tireless advocate for accessibility issues and the healing and transformative power of creativity.
A great hit when she toured...
Date: Sunday 26 April
Where: Central Hawke's Bay Municipal Theatre, Waipawa, Central Hawke's Bay
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