Manawatu campus events

A list of the latest events being held on the Manawatū campus.

Event planning

If you would like to plan an event for the Manawatū campus, please visit the Hospitality Services website.

Health and safety plan

Please complete the Event Health and Safety Plan as part of the health and safety management of your event. Final approval will not be given until this document has been sighted.

Event Health and Safety Plan (748 KB)

Contact the Manawatū Events office or Manawatū Campus Health and Safety Advisor if you require any assistance completing this document.


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Planning Programme SeminarPlanning Programme Seminar
Wed 4 Mar 2020 - Manawatu
‘Planning in the Middle East’ - Toni Kennerly, Director of Planalytics
Arts on Wednesday - Kane & AbleArts on Wednesday - Kane & Able
Wed 4 Mar 2020 - Manawatu
Roots, rock & harmony. Kane & Able are a musical duo with soulful harmonies and eclectic original songs.
PhD Confirmation SeminarPhD Confirmation Seminar
Fri 6 Mar 2020 - Manawatu
‘Belt and Road Initiative and the Security-Insecurity Paradox: A Case Study of the China Pakistan Economic Corridor’ - Muhammad Waqar Anwar
Relay for Life 2020Relay for Life 2020
Sat 14 Mar 2020 - Manawatu
RELAY FOR LIFE 2020 - 14-15 MARCH, HOKOWHITU CAMPUS Just $10 and one hour of your time can make a very real difference.
Arts on Wednesday - Change your Own LifeArts on Wednesday - Change your Own Life
Wed 18 Mar 2020 - Manawatu
Theatre and Storytelling – Change Your Own Life, written and performed by Jean Sergent. A comic investigation of unspeakable tragedy.
Godwits/Kūaka Wikipedia Edit-a-thonGodwits/Kūaka Wikipedia Edit-a-thon
Thu 19 Mar 2020 - Manawatu
The godwits/kūaka on Wikipedia need your help! Join us to learn Wikipedia editing and improve the Massey and NZ coverage of these global migrants.
Arts on Wednesday - Theatre - Caucasian Chalk CircleArts on Wednesday - Theatre - Caucasian Chalk Circle
Wed 1 Apr 2020 - Manawatu
139.104 Drama in Performance students present an abridged performance of Bertolt Brecht’s poignant parable.

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