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When New Zealand’s largest military training camp was established in Featherston in 1916, the settlers of the area showed their appreciation of the soldiers by erecting a magnificent social hall.
An evening of Blues and Blues-related music with some of the best Wairarapa and Wellington musicians
Two of the Wairarapa’s well-known restaurant personalities, Marlon Tortoza and Wayne Dellabarca, combined their talents to open Iberia Restaurante. Live music every Thursday from 6.30pm.
Kate lives in an historic Army Hall in Featherston, which is home, but also a venue for music, theatre, poetry / book readings, vintage afternoon teas. She plays the cello, writes about music and life, works for Radio New Zealand. Kate is aslo a Trustee of Toi Wairarapa; part of Creative Featherston, and the Featherston Camp Memorial Group. Photo: Esther Bunning.