Author Archives: Rob Bamber

Masked Art Exhibition

For the month September
Te Ahu Artspace

Maksed – This month’s Art Exhibition is a collaboration of talented potters who have come together to share their work.

Joyce Fisher has been potting for 20 years and is a teacher and talented potter herself.

David Belsham has been at it for 4 years and exhibited at others exhibitions.

Cheryl Sherrif has been tutored by Joyce & David and enjoys her new found art medium.

Lea Herbert has grown up with crafts but returned to pottery in her retirement years.

This exhibition is in the Artspace at Te Ahu for the duration of September. Come and have a look at what these artists have to offer.

All work displayed is for sale.


March 21st, 2016 – February 28th, 2017 Open Monday to Friday Museum Starts: 9am Finishes: 4pm Entry: Locals – Gold coin koha, Adults $7, Children $3 Engaging and sobering activities for all ages. Groups are divided by casualty rate and given battlefronts: Gallipoli, Sinai & Palestine or The Western Front. They must complete various activities in order to gain points, which correspond to injuries received and survival outcome. For more information ph: 408 9457 or… Continue Reading

Far North Whanau Feud

Sunday 20 October, 2019 Te Ahu Doors open: 3pm Entry: Gold coin Far North Whanau Feud 2019 hosted by Te Ikanui Kingi-Waiaua at Te Ahu. Doors open 3pm with gold coin entry. Kai available for purchase. To audition, fill out an entry form on ‘Shine On Kaitaia’ Facebook page. There is a $1000 prize from PaknSave with other prizes up for grabs. Video auditions close Monday 14 October. Continue Reading

Health Expo

Saturday December 14th, 2019 Te Ahu 10am – 5pm Free Entry Te Hiku Spirit, Mind Body Health Expo held at Te Ahu. Local Healers, Herbalists, Rongoa, Mirimiri, Natural Beauty Products, Vouchers, Healthy Kai, Intuitive Readers, Taonga, Reiki, Crystals & more! Expo only specials. Cash stalls on the day. Email to register:     Continue Reading

“One tear too many” Road Safety Campaign

Monday-Wednesday, January 25-27th, 2016 Main Hall & Aetea Starts: 10am Finishes: 2pm Entry: Free Far North REAP presents road safety education and activities including driving obstacle courses For more information phone Far North REAP (09) 408 1380 Continue Reading


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