Join Auckland Libraries' Raewynn Robertson in this HeritageTalk to hear about "A doomed battle: the Easter Rising, Dublin, Ireland - 24-29 April 1916".
23 May - 24 May
Competitors from all over the North Island will be competing in solo, duets and team events.
Catch Big Thief live in Auckland as they celebrate the release of U.F.O.F. and Two Hands.
Join Dr Elizabeth Nichol to hear about the Auckland Society of Arts competition in the 1880s.
Learn how to take photos on your mobile devices and take them to the next level.
NZ artists and makers, with a focus on quality, unique NZ-made goods, curated into a beautifully presented shopping experience.
Learn about light painting and night photography with artist Rebecca Claire.
04 May - 08 Jun
Learn the craft of writing from a published writer.
Renée Orr shares ideas and tips for creating a family history book for your kids or grandkids.
29 May - 13 Jun
A classic comedy-thriller set in in the Connecticut home of Broadway playwright Sydney Bruhl.
06 May - 17 Jun
Cook and plan four weeks of family meals that fit your budget.
Hear the APO perform music by Sibelius, Mendelssohn and Gillian Whitehead.
20 Jun - 21 Jun
Make new friends and experience the magical garden growing in a unique, goofy and glamorous drag spectacular for the whole family!
Hear the APO perform Mahler's Symphony No.6.
The APO performs a suite from Peter Grimes.
05 Jul - 07 Jul
This concert series offers an inspiring exploration of ancestry, diversity and heritage.
Hear the story of a wooden marionette written just for Italian children that became a story enjoyed by everybody around the world.
Hear the APO perform music by Rachmaninov, Nielsen and Sofia Gubaidulina.
06 Jul - 10 Jul
A free holiday programme focused on dance and games for kids aged 5-19 years old.
Celebrate Matariki with this free bone carving workshop with Maha Tomo.