What's going on in Taranaki - June


Govett-Brewster Babes
Fri 2 Jun I 10 am

Free entry, donations appreciated

Mums, dads and caregivers join Govett-Brewster staff for baby-friendly insight into the exhibitions. The next Babes will be on Fri 1 Sep.


 

Govett-Brewster Seniors
Fri 9 Jun I 10 am

Meet at Monica’s Eatery 9.30 am
Free entry, donations appreciated
Free-flowing conversations for older people keen for a regular dose of art and culture.



 

New Plymouth

13 to 15 June...Read more


Strategic Pay Remuneration Briefing in New Plymouth

Free entry

Keep up to date with the latest economic trends (kindly provided by NZIER), remuneration movement and HR practices this June. Hosted by Strategic Pay in a number of centres, as well as online, these briefings will examine our latest New Zealand Remuneration market information findings and provide key industry insights into remuneration and HR practices.

For more information and to find out more click here


 

Diversity Works Wednesday 14 June

Uncovering the business benefits of Diversity & Inclusion

Are you maximising the business benefits of New Zealand’s diverse workforce? Join our chief executive as we partner with Diversity Works New Zealand to bring diversity and inclusion education to New Plymouth.

RSVP HERE

The British Council John Grierson Documentary Film Series

Holocaust: Night Will Fall
Sun 18 Jun I 4 pm
Len Lye Centre Cinema
Free entry, see our website for tickets
Researchers discover film footage from World War II that turns out to be a lost documentary shot by Alfred Hitchcock and Sidney Bernstein in 1945 about German concentration camps.
UK, 2014, Colour/B&W, 75 min., Rated R16, Dir. Andre Singer


 

Goethe Institute German Film Series

You Remain the Farmer
Sun 25 Jun I 4 pm
Len Lye Centre Cinema
Free entry, see our website for tickets

A young man returns to an ancient way of life in this contemplative documentary about a family farm high in the mountains of Austria. In German with English subtitles. Germany/Austria, 2013, Colour, 104 min., Rating Exempt. Dir. Benedikt Kuby