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Musical trio will play at Paekakariki

Kapiti Coast No More Meth Walk In -

if you are worried about the impact that methamphetamine is having on you, a family member or friend and would like to know more about its causes and effects, come along to the “Walk In” Tuesdays 10.30am – 12.30pm 9 Hurley Rd Paraparaumu. For more information email: kapitifedup@gmail.com and/or find us on Facebook.

Healing Rooms -

Celebrates 7 years of ministry to the Kapiti community. Come, rest, reflect and allow our prayer ministers to pray for your needs. St. Luke’s Church Elizabeth St. Waikanae - just over the railway line. Open every Friday 10am to 12noon. www.healingrooms.co.nz

Local Library Happenings -

Thursday, February 22 Adult Book Discussion Group meets at Paraparaumu Library on the last Thursday of the month. 6-7pm. For more information please email jane.george@kapiticoast.govt.nz. Also Thursday, February 22 Time for a Yarn - Enjoy a ‘cuppa’ while we work on our yarn craft projects, share ideas, tips and patterns. 10.30 – 11.30am Otaki Library.

Ngahina Kindergarten Market Day -

DYNAMIC: Chamber music trio Toru, from left, Ingrid Bauer, Karen Batten and Sophia Acheson. PHOTO: KAP160218SPLTORU

Otaki Players Society Inc

5 Ngahina Street Saturday 24 February 9.00am – 12.00pm Loads of exciting stalls Selling Arts, Crafts, Jewellery, Clothes and more Kindy Café, sausage sizzle and cake stall (Wet weather backup location of Kapiti Primary School Hall)

Ulysses Club -

for motorcyclists 40 and older. Sunday 25th, “Shiny Side Up” bike fest at Southwards Museum, 10.00 – 4.00pm. Phone 027 4844255, or email UlyssesKapiti@gmail.com.

Poets to the People -

High Tide Cafe, Marine Parade, Paraparaumu Sunday 25th February 4-6pm Guest Poet Harvey Molloy Open mic. first $5 Koha. All welcome, bring one poem of your own if you’d like to read at the open mic.

Kapiti Coast U3A Kaleidoscope Speakers -

Monday 26 February 9.45am Anna Williams, Oriental Rug Repairer & Restorer, ‘Travelling in Iran, repairing rugs and viewing the demise of the carpet trade’ and Bob Maysmor, ‘A holiday in North Korea’. Parkwood Retirement Village Social Centre, at the end of Sylvan Avenue, Waikanae.

Aviary Society -

open to new members phone evenings 06 3672525 or leave a message

Free Transmission Meditation -

AUDITIONS Saturday 3rd & Sunday 4th March 2018 11am – 3.00pm

OTAKI CIVIC THEATRE Director: Tua Faavale (Rent 2016)

A New Age Meditation Tuesday 27 February Introduction & Workshop Public Talk + Transmission Meditation 7pm – 9pm Rata Room Te Newhanga Kapiti Community Centre 15 Ngahina Street Paraparaumu (04) 976 3491

Musical Director: Graham Orchard

Kapiti Genealogy -

Performances July 26th – August 11th 2018

next meeting will be held on Tuesday 27 February from 7pm at Kapiti Community Centre, Ngahina Street, Paraparaumu Guest Speaker: Flora Feltham - ‘Looking after your Digital Data’ All welcome - Visitors $3.00

Waikanae Blue Orchid Stroke Club -

stages Motor Car Capers & Crazy Hats on Tuesday 27th February 2 pm @ Plateau Centre, Pukeko St Waikanae. With Vintage, Classic and Sports cars taking Stroke Survivors for rides, there’s fun and laughs for all. Admission $4.00 all welcome - Call Fred on 293 2522

Choreographer: Charis O’Connor

For an appointment please contact the Production Manager Roger Thorpe on 06 3648848 Or e-mail j.roger.thorpe@gmail.com Or visit www.otakiplayers.org.nz

Chamber music trio Toru will be performing at Paekakariki Memorial Hall on Sunday March 11 at 2.30pm. Formed in 2015, Toru is a dynamic chamber music trio presenting music for an intriguing combination of instruments. “We are featuring the harp as an instrument this year,” Mulled Wine Concerts organiser Mary Gow said. She is now in her 10th year of presenting high quality music for discerning Kapiti audiences. “Usually you see it off to the side of the orchestra, but it has a gorgeous sound in its own right, it looks stunning and deserves a better hearing. “The programme features music from Italy (Persichetti), Japan (Takemitsu) and of course, Germany (Beethoven’s Serenade, Op 25).” The programme is suitable for all ages with most of the pieces around five minutes in duration. Acclaimed New Zealand harpist Ingrid Bauer is making her mark on the classical music scene with her lyrical and colourful interpretations of both standard and new repertoire. As a soloist Ingrid has performed with the Australian National Academy of Music Chamber Orchestra, Wellington Youth Orchestra and Kapiti

Kapiti Horticultural Society -

The Annual

AGM Friday 2nd March at 7pm at the Ocean Rd Community Centre, Ocean Rd. Paraparaumu Beach. After the AGM part, our speaker that night is going to show slides from a trip to the “Second Tier Rhododendron Gardens” in Taranaki. For info call Fay 905-3525

The Richard III Society -

meeting at Waikanae on Sunday 4 March at 2pm. Please phone Annette 042933311 for further details.

Te Horo Country Market -

Sunday 4 March 10am - 12.30pm Te Horo Hall, School Road, Te Horo

Otaki Golf Club -

Kevin Crombie Memorial Ambrose Tournament 9 March 1000hrs 1st prize $1000 (cash) 2nd prize $500 Entry fee $140 per team of 4, ( includes light lunch). Entry form available wbtangney@hotmail.co.nz or office@otakigolfclub.co.nz Numbers limited, so be in quick!

Collectors Needed in Kapiti -

SPCA Annual Street Appeal in Kapiti Friday 9 & Saturday 10 March 2018. A couple of hours of your time will make a huge difference to New Zealand’s animals. Sign up today! www.wellingtonspca.org.nz/annualappeal or call 04 389 7387

All event details must be received by 5pm on the Friday before the next edition of the paper. Email to pat.cumming@kapitinews.co.nz Also listen to Newstalk ZB for community notices.

Special Guests: The Storm Troopers, BJ Bear and Barney the Dinosauro

Food Stalls Rides Side Shows Craft Stalls Teddy Bear Competitions

■ For online sales contact: Mary Gow on marygow@gmail.com or 021 101 9609 or visit www.mulledwineconcerts.com Tickets cost $25 for adults, $10 for students under 14.

New chair for Kapiti patrollers

Otaki Stroke Club -

will be hosting Jessica Saut from Victoria University’s Rehabilitation Research Program. Many of you have been involved with the program already. Jessica will do a presentation on the recovery research and answer any questions you may have. Otaki RSA, 9 Raukawa Street, Otaki. 10 15am Thursday 1 March 2018. $5 per head for morning tea. RSVP David Clark 06 364 5213 booking essential!

Concert Orchestra. Karen Batten, flute, a graduate of Victoria University, continued her studies at the State University of New York. She is principal flute for Orchestra Wellington and frequently works with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra. Karen says she enjoys teaching at the New Zealand School of Music. As a soloist, she has performed concertos with the Wellington Chamber Orchestra, Kapiti Chamber Orchestra and Wellington Youth Orchestra. Sophia Acheson, viola, is from Christchurch and studied performance viola in Wellington. She studied in Barcelona and had scholarships to study at the University of Southern California and later at the University of Texas. She furthered an interest in early music, learning the baroque viola d’amore and late 15th century viola da gamba. She is principal violist of Orchestra Wellington. The concert will take place at the seafront Paekakariki Memorial Hall.

Gold coin collection for the Child Cancer foundation Proudly Supported by:

Sunday, 25th February 11am to 3pm Mazengarb Reserve

After successfully guiding the Kapiti Community Patrol (KCP), Les Buckley has relinquished the role of chairman to Peter Bain. Mr Bain, a long-standing community patroller, and more recently the patrol training officer brings considerable experience to the chairman’s role. His vision is to continue to work Mr Buckley started in developing and expanding the scope of the patrol. The patrol’s role is to assist the police in preventing crime. Patrol members are all volunteers who are trained on the job in observation, reporting and other relevant skills. “The patrol gives everyone the opportunity to be involved in providing the best possible support to Kapiti police in making our community a safe place to live and bring up our families,” Mr Bain said. The patrol covers the areas from Paekakariki to Otaihanga. ■ For more information the patrol call 04 902 1139.

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