Paul Mason

April 2022

April 2022

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Car park resurfacing

Car park upgrades under way!

Old car park surface

Preparatory work for repair/resurfacing

 

Car park resurfaced

New chip-seal surface brings order to chaos

 

Layout diagram

Mark-out plan

Our car park has been repaired and resurfaced, thanks to the Provincial Growth Fund and the South Wairarapa District Council

For many years now, we have been in a constant battle against widening pot-holes and encroaching moss and weeds.

Pot-holes are the bane of any organisation with a car park.

Once a weak spot collapses, stop-gap repairs only exacerbate the problem as the new work - stronger than the surrounding old surface - stresses the old material and the hole simply gets bigger.

All this has been taken care of in one fell swoop by the application of a new tar and chip seal surface over the whole area.

Once the new surface settles, line painting will begin. This has been booked for the 15th of March and will be done over night.

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December 2020

December 2020

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iti art sale

Not long now….Acceptance of work is Monday 9 November between 1pm – 3pm and 6pm – 8pm.   Please try and make these times or get a friend to drop off your work for you.  If you can’t make it then please email us at itiartsale@gmail.com to arrange an earlier drop off.

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September 2020

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Matariki ki Paetumokai

Next week sees the start of Matariki.  Matariki is a time to  to reflect on the past, celebrate the present and plan for the future.   Please see our latest newsletter Newsletter July  for details of how you can take part.

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May 2020


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April 2020


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Bellydancing at the Centre

    Belly Dance for Beginners with Antonia

New class, all welcome, every Thursday starting 27 February.   A gentle introduction to a variety of Middle Eastern and modern fusion dance styles and music. You do not have to show your belly!

Benefits of dancing include:

Improved muscle tone and strength.
Weight management.
Stronger bones and reduced risk of osteoporosis.
Better coordination, agility and flexibility.

Wear something comfy, leggings and t-shirt are ideal.

Bring your water bottle and a towel or yoga mat for cool down.

Koha ($2.00) to help pay the rent.

Contact: Antonia 0211057649 or email inoty2016@gmail.com

Come and amaze yourself!

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February 2020

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Soon!

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Featherston Art Sale 2020

It’s time for the fifth annual Featherston Art Sale!

The Featherston Art Sale is an annual gala exhibition and fundraiser for the Featherston Community Centre. This year it will be held at the Community Centre at 14 Wakefield Street on 7-10 May. It’s an exciting event, full of inspiring art pieces available to buy, all made by Wairarapa artists.

Everyone is invited to come to the opening night celebration from 6pm on Thursday 7 May at the Featherston Community Centre. Tickets for the opening are $10 at the door (free for youth under 16). Ticket holders can meet the artists, and get an early look at the exhibition.

As part of the Featherston Booktown weekend, the Featherston Art Sale is a fabulous showcase of Wairarapa talent, from established professional artists to first-time exhibitors. Drawings, paintings, sculptures and pottery, for sale on a “cash & carry” basis from $50 to $2000, will satisfy all budgets.

The Community Centre is a non-profit organisation. At least 30% of all sales will help keep the centre open so it can keep hosting clubs, social services, community classes, and more.

Artist registration

Wairarapa artists and artists with a connection to the Wairarapa are invited to submit artwork by 18 April to be in the exhibition. Email Maud Bot at Featherstonart@gmail.com with questions.
Make sure you are familiar with the event guidelines.

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