1 Arataki Honey
Learn all about honey and meet the bees that make it a fun and informative visit. Visitors learn about the world of the honey bee, how they live, their role in the food chain and the wonderful products they produce.
Visitor centre, 66 Arataki Rd, Havelock North: Today and Tomorrow, 9am-5pm. Free entry.
2 Home Composting for Beginners
A Sustainable Backyards bite-sized workshop. Two hours of inspiration to get your garden growing. Although this workshop is free thanks to sponsorship from Hastings District Council, please register via Eventfinda to secure your place, but only if you are definitely going to attend. Numbers are limited.
Environment Centre Hawke's Bay, 1004 Karamu Rd North, Mayfair, Hastings: Tomorrow, 1pm.
3 Bay Ford Cyclocross Hawke's Bay Series 2020 Race #1
Cyclocross (CX) takes elements from both road and mountain bike racing and is a spectator-friendly, short, fast event that all ages and skill levels can enjoy.
The Riverside Tutaekuri River Guppy Rd, Napier: Tomorrow, 10am–12pm
4 Truffle Hunt
You can take part in an exciting and unusual event in Hawkes' Bay. An outing in the country searching for the elusive truffle. These exclusive hunts are a must-do for foodies. Numbers are strictly limited, so book now to truly experience one of the world's most exclusive food journeys.
Sacremonte Truffle, Omarunui Rd, Napier: Today & Tomorrow, 9am-11am
5 Flaxmere Parkrun
Fun, free, forever, 5km timed run/walks around the beautiful Flaxmere Park. Starts every Saturday, every week, every month, every year from outside the playground in Flaxmere Park.
Flaxmere Park, Henderson Rd, Flaxmere, Hastings: Today, 7.45am-9am.
6 A Night of Originals! Feat, Mirrored Walls and Joe Cole
Join us for a night of original music and support Hawkes Bay song writers!
The Urban Winery, 3 Ossian St, Ahuriri, Napier: Today, 7.30pm-10pm.
7 Touch - Not! - Claire Sadler
An exhibition of stone and wood sculpture by Claire Sadler. Starting with boulders, logs and reclaimed timber, Claire aims to draw out the natural characteristics of the raw material, thus informing and enhancing the exploration of her instinctive forms.
Hastings Community Arts Centre, 106 Russell St South, Hastings: Today, 10am.
8 Visit Cornwall Park
Spread over 8ha, Cornwall Park in central Hastings is the district's oldest and most established park, formal rose garden, the John Holt Memorial Display House, historic trees, the King George V Coronation Monument, the Osmanthus Chinese gardens, picnic areas with tables, and premier playground.
Entrances to the park are off Tomoana Rd, Cornwall Rd and Roberts St Hastings: Today & Tomorrow