Join us in celebrating Māori Language week.
Stories aren't limited to those contained within the printed page.
This year we invite you to explore the beauty and grandeur of a frozen land.
Are you up for a challenge or perhaps just some fun?
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22 September 2019
This joint exhibition showcases the work of two Horowhenua artists; painter Gill Allen and jeweller Paula Dixon.
Tammam Tamim, former refugee and now President of the Manawatu Refugee Voice, shares his story about how he fled Syria, his experience in Thailand and how his family have settled into life in New Zealand.
23 September 2019
Come along and enjoy this internal Chinese martial art practiced for both its defense training, its health benefits and meditation.
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Julia Kuttner reads widely across many genres and blogs about the books she reads, scoring each book
Published on 04 September 2019
My mantra this week was to notice the colour yellow, and it has been a joy to notice all of the daffodils springing up in my neighbour’s garden.
Published on 28 August 2019
Father’s day is just around the corner and it seems appropriate that we mark the day with a Dad joke. For those unfamiliar with the term – a ‘dad joke’ is a witticism generally maligned for being gruesomely corny. Here are some examples:
Published on 21 August 2019
With the stormy, cold weather we have had lately it has been a guilt free time to cosy up with a blanket, a cup of tea and a great book.
See what exhibitions are on offer at Te Takeretanga o Kura-hau-pō.
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