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Register your dog before 1 August to avoid a late penalty fee. Reminder notices have been sent.
War Memorial Hall
Monday, 2nd August 6.30pm
Have you ever wanted to be a DJ and have your voice heard?
Host a talk back show, do sports, reports, be a gardening guru or book reviewer. From music to podcasrs, the potential is right here in our own awesome little town.
Pahiatua Town Hall, Friday 11 & Saturday 12 June 2021. Proceeds to Local Charities.
We need your unwanted books, jigsaws, records, dvds & cds.
Across Matariki, Pūkaha will be showcasing its rich Māori heritage. Go on their two-hour cultural tour, Te Hīkoi o Pūkaha and learn about Māori kōrero (stories), traditions and mythology from the ngahere (forest). Finishes with fry bread and Kawakawa tea. See the Pūkaha website for times and bookings. Adults $65, Children $32.50. Maybe take a stroll to the whare whakairo…
June 2021, 9am – 3.30pm Come to Pūkaha National Wildlife Centre and learn tips, trapping tricks and predator insights from resident trapping expert – John Bissell. This is an opportunity for trappers to spend a day with John and learn what actually works. Much of his advice you won’t find in a manual. It’s built up over his 30+ years…
The Eketāhuna Community Board would like to invite all new residents to the area to join us at the Eketahuna Club, Haswell St on Sunday 13th June at 2.00pm. Come and meet representatives from local clubs and organisations, have some afternoon tea, see what wonderful activities are available and how to become a part of our great little village.
Kids exploratory treasure hunt. Journey through the forest to hunt out ancient fossilised remains and claim a special keepsake. Use the map provided to locate the clues. Free activity with every paidentry into the reserve. Every completed entry wins a keepsake!
Taranaki R.A.T.S (Riders Against Teenage Suicide) are returning to lead a support forum to Raise awareness of suicide and bully and provide support, answer questions and consolidate community solidarity for our friends, whānau, neighbours and loved ones who feel isolated, lost and/or without hope. ALL WELCOME
Supporting Featherston’s Fine Purveyors of New Worlds & Alternative Realties
Local ladies from Briscoes are modelling fashion looks from Ballentynes.May 19th at 7.30pm.at Ballentynes Masterton.$10. Supper provided.Phone Robyn 069528411.
Expressions of Interest Looking for quotes to repaint our big white kiwi.Please contact the Eketāhuna Info Centre with quotes : Phone – 063758545 Email – email@example.com
Bring your loved ones and construct your own high tea at Pūkaha. Morning tea? Lunch? Afternoon tea? You decide.Choose from a range of delectable petite food treats selected especially by our café staff, including:Savoury items, club sandwiches, profiteroles, lamingtons, scones and sweets.Just $2.50 per food treat. Tea or Coffee additional. Call (06) 375 8004 to reserve your table. Walk-ins accepted….
April School Holidays’ Junior Ranger Program Junior Rangers is a school holiday programme with a conservation focus. It’s a chance for 5-14 year olds to experience hands on learning in Pūkaha’s nature reserve. Junior Rangers get up close to wildlife and get to feed the tuna (long-finned eels). They also learn about the ngahere (forest) and how the captive breeding…
Every child entry over the Easter long weekend (2nd April – 5th April) gets a yummy Easter egg treat from our visitor centre staff. Come learn about the takahĕ with us.
The Friends of the ANZAC Bridge are looking forward to holding their Service this year on ANZAC Day. The service will begin at 2pm with local Bagpipers playing a lament and the local Cadets will form a guard of honour.
Sunday 9th May 6pm onwards $25 per personChildren under 13 – price per their ageFamilies welcomeBookings Essential – Ph the Club 06 3758296 after 5pm
Free Events Suitable For the Whole Family, local Artists, including the Bandy McJazz Band Events Will Be Held From 2pm to 4pm
April is Takahē Awareness Month. Visitors are invited to come and learn about this endangered bird and the founding role it had in creating Pūkaha National Wildlife Centre. A daily Takahē feeding and ranger talk will happen every day in April from 10.30am. Meet on the Kākā Café deck that overlooks Pūkaha’s breeding pair. The visitor centre will run an…
April 17 at 7PM – Eketāhuna Community Centre – Dress Code Pre-Loved $30.00 Single $50.00 Couple Tickets Can Be Purchased At The Information Centre. Raising Funds For The Local Health Centre & Community.
3rd May at 7pm in the Community Centre. A free fun night for everyone to come and try, racquets and shuttlecocks are available for use
Saturday 17th April Clay Bird Shoot 10.30 am for 11am start Shooting Range at Gun Club, Stanley Street. All welcome
There will be road closures for the duration of the
service from 10.40am until 11.30am. We thank you for your patience and understanding during any inconvenience
Social Badminton at the Eketahuna Community Centre on Monday nights at 7pm through the winter months. Lots of fun, everybody welcome. We will have an AGM on the 10th May at 7pm followed by games. We need a new committee, so please come along and support this great long-standing club.
Euchre – Tuesday 2 March at 7.30pm
Housie – Thursdays 11 & 25 March at 7.30pm
Darts – Tuesdays 9 & 23 March at 7pm.
Pool – Interclub pool competition starts on Wednesday 4 March.
Pūkaha is encouraging people who have never visited before to haere mai. If you know someone or have a friend or family member that has never been before, please invite them to visit or consider accompanying them? Over the eleven days, Pūkaha is running a special with 20% off an introductory one hour guided tour.
Tamariki are invited to come and celebrate Te Rā O Ngā Tamariki (Children’s Day). Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th of March 2021.
Where: St Johns Hall, Church Street
When Thursday 11 March 2021
Annual Fundraiser – 13 March from 10.30am at 37 Newman Road (State Highway 2 just north of the Eketāhuna township. To race costs $20.00 – Spectators a gold coin donation please.
Eketahuna Community Board General Assistance Grants Scheme is now open to receive applications from local recognised organisations whose principal functions and/or activities are of a community and/or charitable nature.
Funding is available for projects or the maintenance of community facilities, with up to 50% of expenditure eligible to be considered for financial assistance.
Social tennis starts up again on 14th Jan. Every Thursday at 6.30pm. All welcome. No cost. Check out our Facebook page: Join our Facebook page. All skill levels welcome. Eketahuna Tennis or call Kirsten 06 376 8313 for more information.
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