Upcoming Events

This page will detail events we will be holding or be involved with.  You can have a look at events we have held via the Past Events dropdown.

Fuel Your Stoke Show

Jack says it all when talking about the latest show at the Patangata Tavern last Sunday, 26th November.

Patangata that was epiiic - words below describe what our Sundays Fuel Your Stoke Show has made us feel. To see the vision come together in the heart of such a awesome rural Central Hawkes Bay community was as good as it gets, especially the place where MSFT was born & to hear people from far and wide turned up with their families was next level, fellas that don’t usually get off the farm. This really felt like the definition of what rural NZ stands for & we were just stoked to put it on and get amongst these local legends that have been through a tough year.

The vibes were high & the chats were flowing far & wide all evening with the 250+ locals packing the Patangata Tavern out - what a primo spot, felt the history in the walls, cheers for holding down the bar team.  It was so cool to bring everyone together to celebrate something positive for themselves, each other & their kids - makes a force to be reckoned with as we witnessed.

The MSFT team were stoked to have some awesome yarns & meet a lot of you out there. A simple conversation can go a long way & so can a simple act of kindness, the ripple effect can be life changing.  Massive thanks to everyone out there that came together to make this happen, was an huge team effort that couldn’t have gone any better! Truly magic times people keep the ball of stoke rolling, you got this.

By community for community, that's how we all roll.

After Movies

Check out the action from all the previous Fuel Your Stoke events...




Pakowhai, Meeanee, Awatoto and Twyford


Tuki Tuki - Red Bridge

Patangata - coming soon

A New Lens

We’ve managed to secure screenings of the first ever Aotearoa Mental Health Film Festival at Globe Theatre – to help shift perspectives, one frame at a time. Dates: 27 November & 4 December Time: 8.15pm.

Led by the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand, the festival will feature locally made short films selected by a panel of mental health and film industry experts.

Representation matters. It affects how others see us and how we see ourselves. Unfortunately, nearly half of characters in film portrayed with mental health conditions are called names, dehumanised, or stigmatised by others.

Kua tae te wā! It's time for a new lens.

Update on ticket sales

Congratulations Hawkes Bay the two screenings of the Mental Health Foundation Film Festival - A New Lens have been sold out! Thank you for supporting us to support the Mental Health Foundation, your contribution enables them to continue to provide free support resources throughout Aotearoa

Due to timing restraints there won't be a Q&A panel discussion as mentioned on Eventbrite however Shaun Robinson the chief executive of the Mental Health Foundation will be in attendance for the first screening and Chris Taylor their Fundraising Manager will be at the second one.  If there's interest we'll be organising an evening to give everyone who comes along an opportunity to talk about the films, we'll talk more about this at the screenings.


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