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27/10/2019 @ 5:00 am – 12:00 pm – PARKING: Northside Carpark opposite Rewa’s Village, Landing Road, Northtec Carpark, Cornerstone Church Carpark, Any available street parking. TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT: Partial Road Closure and Traffic Management will be in place down Kerikeri Road on the other side of St James Church entrance, and down Landing Road from Department of Conservation entrance, from 4am to approx 12 […]

ASB Kerikeri Half Marathon

23/11/2019 @ 7:30 am – 1:00 pm – This year’s ASB Kerikeri Half Marathon celebrates its 30th anniversary from 1989-2019!   Commencing in various start stages from 7.25am to 8am, people will choose to run or walk their way along the course from Okaihau to Kerikeri. From 27th October 2019 through to 26th April 2020, Tūhono Kerikeri bicentennial celebrations acknowledges 200 years of […]

Kerikeri Street Party

23/11/2019 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm –   The 2019 Kerikeri Street Party promises a vast array of scintillating food and delicious wines from the local region to whet they appetite of Kerikeri half-marathon competitors, supporters, and visitors alike.  Tūhono Kerikeri bicentennial  will be on show at the Info Booth opposite Rock Salt.

Kerikeri High School 46th Annual Raft Race

28/11/2019 @ 9:30 am – 10:30 am – Kerikeri High School’s 46th annual Raft Race takes place at 9.35am, at Kororipo Heritage Park (Kerikeri Basin).  Year 7 & 8 students construct their own craft.  Crews of between 2 – 5 students. Public are welcome to come along and support this fun-filled event. Kerikeri High School is proud to support Tūhono Kerikeri bicentennial celebrations.

L J Hooker Christmas in the Park – Kihirimete ki Kororipo

13/12/2019 @ 6:30 pm – 10:00 pm – Tūhono Kerikeri bicentennial is proud to support Christmas in the Park – Kihirimete ki Kororipo.  Be sure to take your family down to Kororipo Heritage Park (by the Stone Store),  to celebrate Christmas with all the trimmings!  Christmas carols, local performers, a visit from Santa and so much more.  It’s the perfect way to top […]

Wahine o Aotearoa, Mo te aroha o Ruta, & Nga Wahine o Whangaroa Exhibition

10/01/2020 – 29/02/2020 @ 8:30 am – 5:30 pm – Handmade costumes inspired by 19th century studio portraits What is the Value of Trade?  Blankets as commodity and costume in 19th century New Zealand.  This is the theme for an interestingly creative collaborative exhibition being staged at The Merchants of Kerikeri from 10th January 2020 to 29th February 2020. The brainchild of Mary Kelleher (Handmade […]

Tūhono Exhibition 1-2-1 Mark Graver & William Hedley

01/02/2020 – 01/03/2020 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm – Mark Graver and William Hedley’s exhibition, 1-2-1, presents reflections on objects and places; memories and traces of time spent and time past in Kerikeri FREE EVENT

Tūhono Drawing & Printmaking Workshop – followed by exhibition

22/02/2020 – 23/02/2020 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm – The two day workshop will take place on Saturday & Sunday February 22nd and 23rd.  Participants will be asked to bring along imates (Drawings, sketches, photographs, etc.) that relate to kerikeri which they will then develop into etchings and print using Non-Toxic Printmaking techniques. There will be an exibition of the work we produce at […]


21/03/2020 @ All Day – Come along and enjoy the community and family friendly festive vibe of Kororipo Heritage Park (Kerikeri Basin) as Kerikeri celebrates 200 years of being the first established settlement in Aotearoa. Kororipo Heritage Park Festival Day will be crammed full of family fun, entertainment, headline artists, cultural activities, kapa haka, heritage, art, craft, childrens playground, loads […]

Tūhono @ Kingston House

21/03/2020 – 22/03/2020 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm – Begin your Festival journey with a visit to the Exhibition at Kingston House which brings all that is Tūhono to life through imagery and stories provided by local students and their tutors.  Artwork depicts the pathway ad journey from Kingston House to the Kororipo Heritage Park and Rewa’s village, complimented by stories of historic events […]