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    • Holiday Singing
      • 21 Jun 2020
      • St James' Anglican Church
      • Join us for a two-day holiday programme for those who would like to explore singing in a choir, and trying out a range of instruments. For ages 7+ Thursday and Friday 9-10 July. Contact Helen Willberg for more information or to book 021 157 3892
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      • Woburn Road, Harbour View, Lower Hutt, Wellington, New Zealand/Aotearoa


    • National Anthem for Anzac Day
      • 25 Apr 2020
      • Wellington Girls' College
      • Even though we may be locked down in our bubbles, and singing in to a microphone or mobile phone in a closed room is hardly the same as coming together in person, this recording project for Anzac Day allowed 3 choirs in our Thorndon neighbourhood – Teal Voices (WGC), Sacred Heart Cathedral Choir and St Paul’s Cathedral Choir – to come together virtually to take part in doing something not only for themselves, but also for the wider community.   Many thanks to everyone who took part, and to Michael Fletcher for the long hours he spent putting this together.  If you woud like to hear the choirs singing our National Anthem please click on the link below. https://www.facebook.com/373019062714275/posts/3422829541066530/
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      • Wellington Girls' College, Pipitea Street, Pipitea, Wellington, Wellington City, Wellington, 6011, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • 2020 Auditions
      • 11 Feb 2020
      • Wellington Youth Choir
      • Kia Ora and Happy New Year!   Wellington Youth Choir welcomes you to 2020, a year filled with new tunes, fun times, and a big tour! Wellington Youth Choir is made up of around 50 young professionals and university students aged 18 to 27 years old.
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    • April update from DCM - together we can end homelessness
      • 30 Apr 2019
      • Downtown Community Ministry
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In the wake of events in Christchurch, many people reflected afresh on what it means to be a good neighbour, and expressed a commitment to showing kindness or manaakitanga to their neighbours. Here at DCM we have a number of neighbours who have become part of team DCM. From his physio practice next door to DCM, Jeff from Tiaki Wellington enjoyed listening to DCM staff and taumai singing our daily waiata outside in our courtyard. One day he came to visit us and to learn more about our work with people who are experiencing homelessness. Jeff could immediately see how he could lift up our taumai, especially those who are rough sleeping on hard ground, carrying heavy loads on their backs and dealing with multiple health challenges. And so he began offering physio sessions here at DCM. Jeff is able to help with a range of different issues, from neck or back pain, foot or knee issues, sore hips or shoulders, and other physical ailments. He joins DCM's growing pool of amazing health volunteers such as dentists, ear and eye doctors. Another of our neighbours is Neville. When Neville moved in to the apartment block next door, he came over to introduce himself to us. He offered to help us in any way he could. It turns out Neville is quite the handyman, and he has been a big help to us at DCM. If we need something fixed, installed or replaced, we just give Neville a call and he comes straight over. In our 50th birthday year, we are acknowledging the many Wellingtonians who are part of the "together" in our byline - "together we can end homelessness" - and this month we lift up our neighbours for their commitment to our mahi. <!-- --> Sharing our stories We love sharing stories about our work and the difference it makes in the lives of people experiencing homelessness. Whether it is through stories on our website, welcoming visitors here at DCM and speaking to them face-to-face, or through printed stories – it is such a pleasure to give you, our supporters, an insight in to the success that you make possible. Because together we CAN end homelessness! This month we have taken delivery of a new printed brochure, made possible by the generosity of several committed supporters of our work. We would love to share this brochure with you, and to have you share it with your networks. We encourage you to come down to DCM to pick up some copies, and to support us in getting the message out to the people of Wellington – that we can all play our part in ending homelessness in our very special corner of Aotearoa New Zealand. <!-- --> We need your books DCM would appreciate your quality secondhand books for our annual Bookfair on Saturday 17 August. From May, you can take them directly to our sorting facility on Shelly Bay Road on Thursdays or Saturdays from 9:30am - 1:00pm. Large quantities welcome, and if you have any spare banana boxes or if you can collect some from your local supermarket for us, these would be especially welcome as we have a shortfall! The door to the sorting unit is directly off Shelly Bay Road, across the street from Chocolate Fish Cafe. <!-- --> What can I do? Become a regular donor to DCM - visit our website and Support DCM Deliver your books to Shelly Bay Next month we will be contacting people about volunteering for the DCM Bookfair. If you like to join our team of Bookfair volunteers, please email events@dcm.org.nz Have you encouraged your dentist to volunteer at our dental service and do you know any dental assistants who would like to join team DCM? Our Foodbank is currently short of tinned meals, soup and canned fish - bring these items into DCM any week day or to our donation bin at New World Chaffers Do you know others who would love to learn more about DCM and our work with people who are experiencing homelessness? Encourage them to join our mailing list for monthly updates during our 50th birthday year. <!-- --> Read More Success Stories <!-- --> Nāku te rourou, nāu te rourou, ka ora ai te iwi With your basket and my basket, the people will thrive <!-- --> Copyright © 2019 DCM. All rights reserved. Our mailing address is: DCMPO Box 6133Marion SqWellington, Wellington 6011 New ZealandAdd us to your address book Want to change how you receive these emails? You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list.
      • Accepted from DCM alerts archive 6 months ago by feedreader
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    • Choir Fundraising for Riding for Disabled
      • 5 Sep 2015
      • The Major Minors Children’s Choir have been busy performing across the region this year. Their next concert features choir singing and solos from members of the choir who performed at the Hutt Valley Performing Arts Competitions in July. The Choir took out the choir category and many of the children won awards individually too. The choir continues to grow with a membership aged 4-14 and more than 25 children involved in the choir. Later this month the Major Minors perform in Upper Hutt,donations from the concert will go to Hutt Valley Riding for the Disabled (HVRDA). Musical Director Joanne Roelofs says "We wanted to do a charity concert that the money raised would benefit children and young people in our community. One of our choristers has a classmate who gets a tremendous amount of achievement and support from Riding for the Disabled. This organisation has very similar aims to ours increasing self-confidence and a sense of achievement so it was a perfect community group for us to work with. The concert programme we have chosen has a variety of songs the kids and adults will love and shows the versatility of our choir and soloists”. HVRDA will also have their Gingerbread Horse biscuit fundraiser for sale at the concert. Hear the Major Minors Children’s Choir perform their ‘Swinging on a Star’ concert at 2.30pm, Sunday 20 September.Upper Hutt Baptist Church, New Zealand. Entry by donation.
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    • You Raise M\e Up
      • 16 Aug 2014
      • Music for the Soul The Hutt Valley Singers have spent winter evenings working on a programme for their next concert coming up on Sunday, 24th August. ‘You Raise Me Up’ is a concert of uplifting songs written by composers from a number of centuries including the likes of Palestrina, Purcell, and Mendelssohn, through to living composers including Eric Whitacre, and an arrangement by pianist Karen Boyce of Sting’s ‘Fields of Gold’. The main work is a Cantata for choir and solo tenor by American composer Adolphus Hailstork called ‘I Will Lift up Mine Eyes’ and features Tenor Soloist John Beaglehole. The choir will be joined by three children who will perform solo’s they recently sang to compete in the Hutt Valley Performing Arts Competition, including Riley Dick who was awarded the trophy for most promising under 16. Musical Director Joanne Roelofs says ‘The choir have worked really hard on some more challenging but beautiful pieces for this concert, and are looking forward to presenting what we aim to be a very inspiring afternoon’. You Raise Me Up Sunday 24 August, Upper Hutt Baptist Church, Corner of Fergusson Drive and Milton St. Adults $10, students $5. Tickets at the door. For more information contact Sue Loftus on 976-7176
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    • Artsplash
      • 12 Sep 2013
      • Amesbury Drive School Establishment Board of Trustees
      • This term, all of the students in Harakeke have been busy learning the songs for the Artsplash festival run by the Wellington City Council.
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      • Amesbury School, Amesbury Drive, Churton Park, Glenside, Wellington, 6037, New Zealand/Aotearoa


    • Navratri – 19th to 28th September
      • 15 Sep 2009
      • Wellington Indian Association
      • The Gita Mandir Committee and the Social & Cultural Committee bring to you for the first time in Wgton – Professional Garba singers from Gujarat, for a more vibrant and exiting event than ever before.
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      • gigs

    • Santa Claus is coming to town
      • 13 May 2007
      • Salient
      • The Wellington Youth Choir will present ‘Opulent Opera – A concert of famous opera choruses and other musical works’ later this month. The 40-strong choir, made up of youths between the age of 17 and 26, includes around 25 Victoria students.
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      • vuw


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