If you were looking for an excuse to visit us (other than to just see our gorgeous fabric in real life!) There are a number of events that are happening over the next few months. Cruise Martinborough, The Martinborough Fair, make your own gin and Wings over Wairarapa are just a few of the events that we think may be of interest to you or your family or friends.
Please remember to check the event organisers page or their website for more details before making plans. We have selected a few events that we think may be of interest to you and your family and these were correct at the time of publishing, however things change and it is always worth confirming before travelling for an event.
Last weekend of January and first weekend of February - Summer Gin Experience. Come and make your own gin during at the Summer Gin Experience at Muirlea Rise Vineyard in Martinborough
28 January - Cruise Martinborough and Late Night Shopping in Greytown - The White Swan will be hosting the Cruise Martinborough Hot Rod, classic & muscle cars on Thursday the 28th of January. There will be live music from 6pm and some stores (including ours) will be open until 6pm.
6 February - The Martinborough Fair. New Zealand made goods in a fantastic Summer market that radiates out from the Martinborough Town Square.
20-21 February 2021 - Drag Races. The Auckland invasion.
26-28 Feb Wings over Wairarapa. WIngs is unlike any other aviation event with the Wairarapa scenery providing a stunning backdrop.
6 March - The Martinborough Fair. New Zealand made goods in a fantastic Summer market that radiates out from the Martinborough Town Square.
13 March - Wairarapa Wines Harvest Festival. Town meets country at this quality event held on the banks of the Ruamahanga River in the Gladstone region.
13 March - Castlepoint Beach Races. A fun family day picnicking at stunning Castlepoint while watching the racehorses gallop along the beach.
20-21 March - Drag Races. National Champs Series Final.
First Sunday of every month (Miss Maude is also open the first Sunday of the month) - The Te Kairanga’s Farmers Market. Go along for fresh local produce, great coffee, baking, live music, food trucks and wine.We haven’t covered everything, and if you would like to find out more, Destination Wairarapa is a great place to see what is on. The Greytown Village website is also a wealth of information about the region.