Dear Friends and supporters of Tamahere Lions and our Best Artisan Markets Our next Best Artisan fund raising market is upon us Just over a week to go for our next Tamahere Lions, “Best Artisan Market” – indoor/outdoor at Tamahere Community Centre, next to the school, Devine Road Saturday morning June 8 09.00 – 13.00. Over 60 stalls:… Read More Tamahere Lions, Best Artisan Market: Saturday morning June 8 09.00 – 13.00
Anzac services to be held around the Waikato district ANZAC services will be held in nine townships across Waikato district on 25 April this year. Unfortunately the community-run services at Port Waikato and Pokeno have been cancelled due to police resourcing. A Civic Service hosted by Mayor Allan Sanson will be held in the Ngaruawahia… Read More Anzac Services – Waikato District
The park is open 10 am to 4pm all of Easter Weekend. Come out and to enjoy nature’s Autumn bounty and be inspired to create temporary sculptures. Share your photos on Facebook and Instagram #ephemeralart. Entry $15/adult;$5/child Cash only (sorry no Eftpos) http://www.sculpturepark.co.nz The Sculpture ParkWaitakaruru Arboretum207 Scotsman Valley RdTauwhareRD 7 HamiltonWaikato 15kms east of… Read More Express your inner artist @ the Sculpture Park
The last service to be held in St David’s Church, Matangi, will be on Sunday December 9 at 11 a.m.
On Sunday 11 November at 11 a.m. this year, Armistice Day, the Roll of Honour for those from the Matangi District who were in the armed forces during World War 1 will be placed in the Matangi Hall. It is more than a hundred years since locals suggested one be created and it has now… Read More Matangi 100 years ago. Was your family here?
100 Years Matangi ROH Armistice Day poster 2018
It’s nearly here, the famous Matangi Garden club annual sale! Details as below: Saturday 13 October 9.00 am to 12 mid-day. Matangi Hall, 479 Tauwhare Road, Matangi Village. Trees, shrubs perennials, vegetable plants… Produce, cakes, raffles and scrumptious morning teas. EFTPOS available
A Canopy and Carpet of Pink in The Waikato In celebration of Spring, the Waikato Cherry Tree Festival will welcome thousands of visitors to experience the beauty of the cherry trees in full bloom, creating a spectacular backdrop. Stilt walkers, human statues, Japanese Wai-Taiko drummers, Kapa Haka, Kung Fu displays and a Chinese dragon are… Read More Waikato Cherry Tree Festival 21 – 23 September 2018 8am – 8pm, 125 Matangi Road