Te Awamutu Museum

Community Organisation

Te Awamutu Museum
135 Roche Street
Te Awamutu 3800
2 days ago

Make an Upcycled Matariki Journal

Trish Seddon from Te Awamutu Museum

Proudly brought to you by Waipā Creative Communities
Get colourful and creative as you learn collage techniques and make your very own unique journal that you will decorate with Matariki Stars. We will be exploring the accordian or concertina technique to make a journal that folds out.

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Proudly brought to you by Waipā Creative Communities
Get colourful and creative as you learn collage techniques and make your very own unique journal that you will decorate with Matariki Stars. We will be exploring the accordian or concertina technique to make a journal that folds out.

It's a great way to celebrate Matariki.

Tap into your creativity and learn some practical skills too.

When: Saturday 8 June 11.00am-1.00pm
Where: Te Awamutu Museum 55 Rickit Road, Te Awamutu 3803

The ReCreators are on a mission to show the world how to reduce and reuse our natural resources. It's easy, fun, creative, and sustainable. Join us on our journey.

Cost: $5 tickets through the ReCreators website:
events.humanitix.com...

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11 days ago

Dot Art Workshop with The ReCreators

Trish Seddon from Te Awamutu Museum

Brought to you by ReCreators and Te Awamutu Museum - Education & Research Centre. Sponsored by Waipā Creative Communities!
Discover the art of mindful dot art painting using vibrant and colourful paints to create pieces of art.
Gain hands-on experience in creating designs on upcycled glass … View more
Brought to you by ReCreators and Te Awamutu Museum - Education & Research Centre. Sponsored by Waipā Creative Communities!
Discover the art of mindful dot art painting using vibrant and colourful paints to create pieces of art.
Gain hands-on experience in creating designs on upcycled glass bottles and jars. And we will also dot art on wood and old record players.

We will explore a range of tools suitable for dot art and share various techniques to craft captivating shapes and patterns.
All upcycled materials are used in this workshop.
This workshop is designed to cater to all skill levels. Please wear old clothes as you could get messy.
Cost: $5
Open to all ages, children under 14 must be supervised by an adult.
Book tickets at: events.humanitix.com...

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47 days ago

Tui & Tama's Dinosaurs Unleashed!

Trish Seddon from Te Awamutu Museum

Darren and Rista from Dinosaurs Unleashed are back with their displays of epic proportions of dinosaurs, fossils, bones and much, much more!
Get up close and personal with a baby Raptor for a great photo opportunity along with loads of fun and learning! It's FREE brought to you by the Te … View more
Darren and Rista from Dinosaurs Unleashed are back with their displays of epic proportions of dinosaurs, fossils, bones and much, much more!
Get up close and personal with a baby Raptor for a great photo opportunity along with loads of fun and learning! It's FREE brought to you by the Te Awamutu Museum - Education & Research Centre.
Come on down to the Centre at 55 Rickit Road, Te Awamutu from 10am-3.30pm
For more information check out our FB or website, or call our reception on 07 872 0085.

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48 days ago

DIY Jewellery (ANZAC Themed)

Trish Seddon from Te Awamutu Museum

This workshop is brought to you by Te Awamutu Museum - Education & Research Centre and Waipā Creative Communities.

In this workshop, you will learn how to make upcycled ANZAC jewellery and ornaments such as a brooch. This is a relaxing craft activity and is a great way for the kids to … View more
This workshop is brought to you by Te Awamutu Museum - Education & Research Centre and Waipā Creative Communities.

In this workshop, you will learn how to make upcycled ANZAC jewellery and ornaments such as a brooch. This is a relaxing craft activity and is a great way for the kids to engage in a school holiday activity.
When: Thursday 25 April 11.00am-1.00pm
Where: Te Awamutu Museum 55 Rickit Road, Te Awamutu 3802
Cost: $5.00 per person.
For tickets, please click the Re-Creators link below.

Children under the age of 14 years to be supervised by a parent or guardian.
The ReCreators are on a mission to show the world how to reduce and reuse our natural resources. It's easy, fun, creative, and sustainable. Join us on our journey.

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52 days ago

Mr. Frederik Senegal Package delivery

Trish Seddon from Te Awamutu Museum

Hi, I've just had a package delivered to 5 Arnold Street for a Mr. Frederik Senegal who does not live at this address. Anyone know him?

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