Late Night Which Craft

Hawke's Bay
Thurs 5-7pm

Channel your creativity and join a community of crafters every Thursday evening at Hastings Library

Drop in between 5 and 7pm – this time is yours, no need to rush to get here. Bring whatever you want to work on, whether you’re painting miniatures, whittling wood, doing needlework or something else. There are outlets for plugging in your sewing machine or hot glue gun.

These sessions are unstaffed – BYO supplies and learn from each other. A few times a year they will run facilitated workshops where you can learn a new skill from an expert (or a really enthusiastic librarian). Keep an eye out for these events on the Hastings Library website.


Free / Koha

For more info visit:

Late Night Which Craft


Hastings Library
201 Eastbourne Street East


06 871 5000

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