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    • Newtown Ave Block Party
      • 29 Mar 2021
      • Newtown Festival
      • Laundry takes over the street and brings the party to Newtown Festival! Banging music from a lineup of loads of great DJs, our monster Hifi sound system, a Gin bar, craft beer from our friends at Kereru and South Cider, a vegan food truck, fun, games, dress-ups and all sorts of other shenanigans… 11:00 – 1:00 Mixclub DJs (Minimal/Deep House) B2B1:00 – 2:30 Ügly Disco (Live House/Disco)2:30 – 4:30 Laundry Crew – Tiny Kookie, Delic, Code Brown & Earl le Duke B2B4:30 – 6:30 Housing Project – Helix, Seraph, Marcos Alonso and Ian C B2B6:30 – 8:00 Menage A Trois – Buck Rogers & Co B2B 17 Newtown Avenue! Come get involved!
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    • Babybel
      • 26 Mar 2021
      • Newtown Festival
      • Babybel is a femme three-piece band, making grungey shoe-gaze alt-rock. Birthed from the brain of George Banach-Salas, we started out as a two-piece, after Sam & George met at Girls Rock! Pōneke 2019 and had a big nerd out about music and a need for a music outlet. When we decided we needed a bigger sound, Shannen joined as our bass queen in 2020 and thus solidified the dream team that is Babybel.
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    • Lodge Update – Our Maunga – March 2021
      • 25 Mar 2021
      • Wellington Tramping and Mountainneering Club
      • The mountain is continuing to provide good weather and the gondola is now operating again after a short maintenance break. Ruapehu Alpine Lifts are completing work on the lifts so here is hoping all is up and running for winter this season. At our last meeting we decided that we would not increase our accommodation ... Read more
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    • From the President … in March 2021
      • 25 Mar 2021
      • Wellington Tramping and Mountainneering Club
      • Nearly a year ago when elected President I couldn’t have come close to imagining all the year would bring for the club. It’s easy to focus on the COVID-19 challenges but there’s more to celebrate. What a year! It’s been wonderful to see so many trip reports over the last month or so on our ... Read more
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    • Newsletter Week Ending 28 March
      • 25 Mar 2021
      • Karori Anglican Churches
      • EASTER SERVICES 2021This year’s Easter services are listed below:Maundy Thursday service:Thurs, 1 April – 7pmGood Friday service:Fri, 2 April – 10am Good Friday Vigil service:Fri, 2 April – Midday-3pmEaster Day services:Sun, 4 April – 8am and 10am& 10am (St Matthias, Makara) ECEC PLAYGROUND OPENINGYou are invited to the opening and Blessing of St Mary’s Early Childhood Education Centre’s new playground!!When: Saturday, 27 March 2021Where: 170 Karori Road, Karori Time: 11am – Blessing and Thanks & 12pm – BBQ lunch. Parents to provide salads and desserts please and the Centre will provide the rest.RSVP to office@stmaryschildcare.org.nz or ph: 476 0319 KARORI ANGLICAN AGMMonday, 12 April at 7pmThe evening begins at 7pm with tea and coffee.  Meeting starts at 7.30pm.  Any items to be raised at the AGM must be given to the Vicar, Ian Cook, by no later than 4 April midday.  This AGM will not have any elections as the current appointments last for 2 years and were voted on in 2020.If your contact details have changed, please let us know ASAP so that we can ensure all our information is up to date.Please note: No impromptu business will be accepted on the Meeting’s Agenda and only those on the Parish Electoral Roll can vote.  Parish Electoral Roll is available in the office and will be in the Gathering Area. If you wish to be added to the Electoral Roll please complete an application form in the gathering area and return to Wendy or the Church Office. START YOUR DAY WITH PRAYERMorning prayer sessions have begun! The church will be open from 7.30am-8.30am each week day and Saturdays from 9am-10am from Monday, 22 March to 12 April.You can spend your time in prayer from 5 minutes through to the full hour – whatever suits you best! DONATION RECEIPTSReminder that the tax year ends 31 March. Any donations made now will be able to be included in your upcoming tax return. Your donation receipts will be emailed to you during April. DEVOTIONAL BOOKSWe have some ‘devotional books’ available which you are more than welcome to borrow. You can pick up the books from the gathering area on Sunday. Before borrowing the books, we kindly ask that you fill out your contact details on the form which will be provided. WHEELER’S UPDATEThe Wheeler’s are doing well settling into life in Kapuna, Papua New Guinea. Thanks for your prayers and thoughts! In this picture, the Wheeler’s are on a little walk to the neighboring village. You can see the jetty to Kapuna in the back left where the supply barge arrives. Please pray this is not disrupted with the recent Covid-19 surge in Port Moresby. If you would like to keep in touch with the Wheeler’s you can email them here scottandnikki@gmail.com GODZONE – KIDS REGISTRATIONS Parents, if you haven’t already, PLEASE complete your child’s GodZone Registration Form by filling in the online form. Thank you. EASTER CAMP 2021 If you are keen to join the youth at Easter Camp this year then get hold of either Joe Cook or Bri King from The Collective Youth Group for more information! Email Joe or Bri at: youth@karorianglican.org.nz MARRIAGE COURSE – SAVE THE DATEWe are running a six week marriage course starting on Tuesday, 4 May. This course will be suitable for those who have been married for years to those about to be married. Register your interest to attend by emailing Heidi in the office heidi@karorianglican.org.nz.For more information on this course please contact Ian Cook directly. MANA MINISTRIES – MEALS REQUIREDWe only have a few meals left in our Mana Ministries freezer and we need your help to replenish our stock! You can pick up meal containers and lids from either the church foyer or the parish office. Meals can be dropped in to Heidi in the office, during the week. Thank you for your kindness! IMPROVING BACK ENTRY ACCESS TOECEC & SMASHIt’s exciting to see work already underway to improve our back access to our halls, ECEC and SMASH. Please only use the front access way (from Karori Road) whilst this work is in progress. ST MARY’S CHURCH PEWS – FOR SALEPick up a pricing schedule from the church foyer this Sunday, or, if you would prefer a copy emailed to you please request this via email to heidi@karorianglican.org.nz SUNDAY SERVICES UNDER COVID-19 ALERT LEVEL 1Under Alert Level 1 so it is still important that you continue to sign in when you attend services, either via the COVID tracer app or on paper. A few things to note:Morning Tea will be served. Communion will be served as two elements.Stay home if you’re sick, report flu-like symptoms and do not travel if unwell.Remember: It is important to keep tracking the places you visit by using the Government Contact Tracing App, continue to regularly clean your hands and stay home if ill. The post Newsletter Week Ending 28 March appeared first on Karori Anglican Church.
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    • The Art of the Architect
      • 23 Mar 2021
      • Thistle Hall Community Venue
      • Iconic Wellington Architect Roger Walker is well known for his quirky design and love of colour. Now, after finding himself with a bit of spare time and nowhere to go during the COVID 19 lockdowns, he has turned his distinctive creative style to joyful and colourful creations on canvas.
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      • Thistle Hall gallery space, Cuba Street, Mount Cook, Wellington, Wellington City, Wellington, 6011, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • Tū Crucial Sound System
      • 22 Mar 2021
      • Newtown Festival
      • Tū Crucial Sound System is Te Kupu/The Good Taste Selector, M.C. Wiya, Winston Spliff and Papa Ini. A deejay/selector collective engaging audiences with conscious toasting and sung lyrics over classic reggae, dancehall, & dub rhythms, strictly vinyl. 6pm – 8pm TŪ CRUCIAL SOUND SYSTEM at Moon Bar (inside) with UHP lead vocalists M.C. Wiya and Te Kupu toasting.
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    • Brides wins 2021 Speights Wilton Classic
      • 20 Mar 2021
      • Johnsonville Bowling Club
      • By Brent Stubbins One of the most prestigious tournaments in Wellington, the 2021 Speights Wilton Classic, was recently contested by 32 teams, attracted from all around New Zealand.
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      • Johnsonville Bowling Club, Frankmoore Avenue, Johnsonville, Wellington, 6037, New Zealand/Aotearoa


    • Movie Night
      • 19 Mar 2021
      • Kilbirnie School
      • Grab your tickets for a fun night out at the movies!  Numbers are limited, so get in quickly. Tickets are available at the school office. When: Thursday 8 April at 6pm. Where: Roxy Cinema Cost: $15 children, $20 adults (children must be accompanied by an adult)
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      • Kilbirnie School, Raupo Street, Hataitai, Wellington, Wellington City, Wellington, 6022, New Zealand/Aotearoa


    • WPS Print Competition 2021
      • 18 Mar 2021
      • Wellington Photographic Society
      • PRINT COMPETITION 2021 Just a friendly reminder that the deadline for this year’s Print Competition is quickly approaching (March the 25th) Full Competition details: April 22 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Categories are: OPEN | DIFFUSE Closing Date for Entries: On or before 25 March (midnight) Presentation Night: 22nd April 2021 at the TTC Club Rooms Please note that prints will need to be delivered on or before the 25th of March. If you have any comments or need special consideration please let us know at comms@wps.org.nz. You can organise prints by email if needed if this is more convenient on or before the 25th of March. The Club Meeting on the 25th of March will be the last date for submission of your prints. When submitting your prints please ensure: The prints are adequately protected i.e. with card/portfolio/bubble wrap All items submitted with the prints are named i.e. photo boxes, cardboard etc. (these will be returned to you with your print) Entry Specifications: Limited to 3 images per member per category Images must not have been used in any previous Wellington Photographic Society competition Each image is to be entered into one category only Matting of entries is optional Maximum Mat side – 16” x 20” (406mm x 508mm). Not framed. If the image is not matted it is recommended that images are printed with a white border for display purposes. Image size – any size within the Mat dimensions Please note your Name, Subject (Open, Diffuse), Title of the image and a contact number on the back of your print (In case we need to get it back to you afterwards) NOTE: Wellington Photographic Supplies will again be supporting our Annual Print Competition by providing HALF PRICE printing of up to six images only per person of any size up to 12×18. If needed, please show a copy of this post when requesting your half-price prints at Wellington Photographic Supplies.
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    • 2021 Worser Bay Regatta
      • 18 Mar 2021
      • Ngatitoa Sea Scouts
      •   Session R a c e Wellington Scouts Regatta Placings   2020-12-05 v11 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th S1 R1 Junior Sunburst 1839 SJ 1359 PB 1798 NT     R2 Junior Sunburst 2 381 SJ 514 NT       S2 R3 Open Sunburst 1798 NT 1839 SJ 1359 PB 1835 BR   R4 Open Cutter 192 SJ 83 NT 9 BR 221 PB 219 NT S3 R5 Open Sunburst 1834 BR 1798 NT 1839 SJ     R6 Open Cutter 192 SJ 83 NT 9 BR 221 PB 219 NT S4 R7 Open Sunburst 1839 SJ 1834 BR       R8 Open Cutter 192 SJ 83 NT 221 PB 9 BR 219 NT S5 R9 Open Sunburst 1839 SJ 1798 NT 1834 BR     R10 Open Cutter 219 NT 221 PB 9 BR 83 NT 192 SJ
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