These Markets are held on the first and third Sunday of every month from 8am – 12 noon.
Run by Bethlehem and Te Puna Lion’s Club.
For further information please phone Ian: 07 579 1629
You can list your event on this website by completing the form on our MyTauranga website. Once your event has been submitted, it will be checked and listed on the Historic Village and MyTauranga websites.
Artisan street food, live music and licensed bar, topped off with cult, indie, arthouse, local and classic films -try something different at Cult Cinema Club!
‘Timatanga Hou – New Beginning’ refers to identifying a shift, change in direction or start of something new. Matariki is acknowledged as not only a celebration of the Maori new year, but a time of reflection, rejuvenation, and a time of connection.
A fun, informative look at traditional oil painting techniques and methods for everyone, from the absolute beginner to exhibiting artists.
Participate in the Takaro Kemu workshop and have fun! Play old-school kemu (games) that are designed to test the brain and co-ordination skills in a family-fun way.
Escape the School Holiday boredom with a visit to the cinemas with Night Owl Cinema.
Learn about the history and elements of Hip Hop culture in an engaging workshop, using your newfound skills and knowledge to write rhymes and develop your own style! AGE: Intermediate/Young Adults up to 24 years.
"Since being in lockdown, Mother Nature has thrived - due to the cut down of pollution and gases. When this lockdown is all over I hope we don’t go too much back to normal and be aware of our effects on nature and the lives within it."
Create a pair of poi, learning the origin, whakapapa and waiata of poi.
Create dried floral art using natural resources from your own environment – As part of the 2020 Tauranga Moana Matariki calendar of events the Incubator Creative Hub is proud to be presenting a series of workshops celebrating Maori artists and their art.
Event celebrating a Maori filmmaker and his 3 artist documentaries in the Historic Village cinema. Watch three of local film maker Mita Tereremoana Tahata’s acclaimed short films followed by a hosted Q & A discussion panel with two Maori/Pacific artists.
The Tauranga Multicultural Festival is a celebration that promotes social cohesion through a celebration of cultures.
+64 7 571 3700
Grounds open 7 days a week, 7.30am – 10pm
Office open Monday to Friday, 8.30am – 4.30pm
Office is closed public holidays