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Wainuiomata Outreach Clinic - volunteers from Citizens Advice Bureau Petone are at the Wainuiomata Community Hub every Tuesday, 10.30am-12.30pm, to help with any queries you have.
Come hang out in the Wainuiomata Community Hub to learn and play a wide variety of board and card games at Rangatahi BOARD in Wainui. Socialise and strategise in a fun and safe environment. Tuesdays, 3.30-5pm, until December 8. Organised by TiHei Rangatahi.
Citizens Advice Bureau drop-in is on at the Koraunui Stokes Valley Community Hub, 10:30am-12:30pm, October 13, and fortnightly until December 22. Drop in and see one of CAB Lower Hutt's knowledgeable, friendly volunteers while they are at the hub, or phone 0800 367 222 anytime.
Grab yourself a bargain book at our spring clean 2nd-hand Book Sale, anytime on 20th, 21st & 22nd October at Koraunui Stokes Valley Community Hub. We've got tons of items for sale from across our collections, catering for children, teens and adults, and all interests! All items only 50c each.
Family Fest is on at City Gallery Wellington, Wednesday 30 September - Saturday 10 October, 11am-5pm. Movies, workshops, painting! These school holidays bring the family and get arty, enter a world of imagination with our fun and creative events. All events are free, bookings essential!
Naenae Kōanga Festival is all about celebrating spring. Bring the whole whānau down to Hillary Court, Saturday 10 October, 3pm-5pm, for seedling planting, music performances, cultural performances, games, and mural art spaces with craft activities for the tamariki to enjoy.
Symphony in the Hutt is on at the Walter Nash Centre, Friday 9 October, 7pm-8:30pm. Join us free for a family show of your favourites - from Lion King to Moana, Elton John to Poi E, Orchestra Wellington, Arohanui Strings, and the Signature Choir will entertain you with classics you know and love.
Jump into the fun at Te Papa these school holidays with their free activities for little ones, running 28 September - 10 October, 10:30am – 2:00pm. These whānau-friendly events are for children accompanied by adults. Get the latest updates on Te Papa's website and Facebook.
Koha E.S.O.L Classes are on at Aro Valley Community Centre, Thursday 3 September- Thursday 3 December, 9.30am-11am. A course for anybody who wants to practise their English, beginner to intermediate level. The course is free but koha appreciated.
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