Community News and Events
What's up and what's on in Wellington, Porirua, and the Hutt Valley!
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Join Porirua City Libraries these school holidays as they Read Around the World, unleashing your imagination and creative side. Come along for stories, songs, games, and craft sessions. For more info, head to porirualibrary.org.nz.
The NZ Games Festival is running 19-25 April. A grassroots, not-for-profit festival run by gamers and game developers. With heaps of game-related events – something for everyone, from developers to gamers to kids – check them out at nzgamesfest.com.
Bookfest 2021 is on at Expressions Whirinaki Arts & Entertainment Ct, 1 and 2 May. Over 100,000 books to choose from as well as magazines, games, jigsaws, CD's, DVD's and vinyl records. All proceeds go back to the community in various ways.
Polish Festival is on at St Bernard’s College, Sunday 2 May, 11am-4pm. A free entry event for families featuring traditional dance, music, food and craft. Come and enjoy hot Polish food and sit back and enjoy performances throughout the day. Organised by the Polish Association.
All Abilities & Accessible Play Day is on at Walter Nash Stadium, Thursday 29 April, 1pm-3pm. A fun accessible Play Day for all ages and abilities. This is an event for children and adults to be active, learn new games, new skills, and meet as a community.
School Holiday Events are running at Hutt City Libraries 17 April - 2 May. Tamariki can build, hack, design, draw and more! All events are FREE and aimed at ages 5+ unless otherwise specified.
Steady As You Go Exercise Classes for Seniors run Thursdays, throughout the Wellington Region. Join Age Concern Wellington for a class designed to improve strength, help prevent falls and make new friends. Call 04 499 6648 for information. Gold coin donation.
Soup Group presents Free Soup Fridays at Newtown Community and Cultural Centre, every Friday, 12-1pm. For More Information contact email@example.com.
The Heart Foundation is running support groups across the region for people and whānau affected by Atrial Fibrillation. join for a chat and the opportunity to meet others with AF. Contact Annette at the Heart Foundation, 04 472 2780 ext 1, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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