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WILD ARRIVALS

A very special series of events commissioned by the Hutt Winter Festival to enliven all corners of Lower Hutt. There is a Māori proverb for the white heron: He kotuku rerenga tahi - a white heron flight is seen but once. In 2011, local residents witnessed the ‘wild arrival’ .....Read more>

AL CAPONE'S
SOUP KITCHEN

What warms a winter belly the most? Soup! Trish Morgan and the students of Rangatahi Learning Centre invite member ....Read more>

BEATS AND RHYTHMS
FOR FAMILIES

Join Andreas Lepper for this hands-on workshop in percussion, musical counting, listening and non-verbal  ....Read more>

FRENCH FLAIR

The Hutt Valley Orchestra’s concert French Flair will open with Suppe’s lively overture Poet and Peasant followed by Saint-Saens’ Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso ...Read more>

SCHOOLS  COLOUR AND LIGHT ART EXHIBITION

The talented students of Taita and Naenae showcase their awesome creativity in this infusion of art, culture and community. Their creations are taking over ....Read more>

TE RAUKURA

14 - 16 JULY

 A three day exhibition featuring local artists including Veranora Hetet, Wi Taepa and others associated with Arohanui Ki Te Tangata Marae (Waiwhetu Marae). Toi Māori, uku, and contemporary art will be on display to view and buy.  ....Read more>

STAR WEAVE JAM

15_JULY

Join artist Maureen Lander and Te Whare Rokiroki, Maori Women's Refuge/Wellington Women’s Refuge to weave stars that will be installed at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, as part of the international project One Million Stars  ....Read more>

FESTIVAL HUB

Home of the festival, where you can pop in to find out more about all the fantastic events happening during the week and check out some of the amazing local short film and photographic ....Read more>

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Phone (+64 4) 560 1257

Email info@huttwinterfestival.co.nz