What's On in Te Awa Kairangi ki Tai Lower Hutt | Hune & Hūrae- June & July 2024

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Kaupapa ā-Mua ki Te Awa Kairangi ki Tai

What’s On in Lower Hutt

Hune & Hūrae

June & July 2024

Celebrating Matariki Puanga across the Hutt
B Ngā Hua o Roto Contents Ngā Kaupapa Whakahira e Heke Mai Ana 2 Announcements What’s coming up at the Dowse Art Museum 3 Matariki Puanga 4 Celebrating the new year Get planting with Mouri Tupu – Planting for the Future 6 Give it a go 7 with local artist workshops Contractor announced for Moerā Neighbourhood Hub build 8 Digital Literacy at your fingertips 9 A lost 65-year-old mural brought back to life in Naenae 10 Explore space 12 over the school holidays Ngā Kaupapa Hirahira 15 Highlights Contact Us 18

He Kōrero nā te Koromatua Message from the Mayor

Welcome

to the June and July edition of the What’s On in Lower Hutt magazine. We’re already halfway through 2024, the year is racing by!

The Naenae Community Centre will be officially opening at the end of June.

Last month we had the Dawn Blessing, where we recognised the efforts of everyone that helped pull this together.

Special mentions must go to Duncan Commercial Construction, who led the build, and the Whakatupu Ngaengae Community Advisory Group who have worked tirelessly with the Council to make sure the space is adaptable and meets the needs of the community.

If you’re in Naenae near the end of June, make sure you go check out this fantastic space.

On June 15, the Philippine Festival will be taking place at the Lower Hutt Event Centre.

The festival is a celebration of Filipino Culture through colourful performances, traditional dances, music and arts, and delicious cuisine.

This year’s festival will also feature Elito Circa aka Amang Pintor, a celebrated Filipino folk artist

who will showcase his talent in indigenous art.

Finally, I wanted to say a huge thank you for engaging with us on our 10 Year Plan.

We had great engagement, with more people than ever participating in our consultation. We will be signing off our final plan in June.

Hope you enjoy the move to the cooler winter months and check out what Lower Hutt has on offer!

campbell.barry@huttcity.govt.nz

CampbellBarryMayor

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Catch up with Campbell Head to hutt.city/mayor to see all upcoming dates

Ngā Kaupapa Whakahira e Heke Mai Ana Announcements

Huia Kids’ Pool Closure

The kids’ pool at Huia will be temporarily closed for urgent tiling work from 27 May to 4 June.

The main pool will be raised over King’s Birthday weekend, and there will be small inflatables out for younger swimmers and their whānau.

Keep up to date with any closures and announcements on our Facebook page by heading to fb.com/huttcitycouncil

Programmes at the Dowse Art Museum

From workshops to talks and tours, head over to fb.com/thedowse to keep up-to-date with what’s on.

Closures

King’s Birthday

Monday 3 June

Matariki

Friday 28 June

Our admin building on Laings Road and our Neighbourhood Hubs will be closed for these public holidays.

Council Meetings

Want to keep up to date with what’s on at Council? Find out when the next Council meetings are, access meeting minutes and agendas or watch the live stream by heading to hutt.city/councilmeetings

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Report a Problem

If you spot any issues or problems with any of our services, you can log a job using our online portal by going to hutt.city/rap

For urgent noise, pollution, sewer, water, stormwater and animal issues call us 24/7 on 04 570 6666

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What’s coming up at the Dowse Art Museum

With five exhibitions on show over June & July, why not visit the Dowse and get cultured?

Three new exhibitions opened last month, Yvonne Todd: Brides; Paul Maseyk: Jugs in New Zealand Painting; and Russ Flatt: Te Ahua, Te Wa, Te Atea. These exhibitions joined the popular House of Dowse x Jimmy D, and Nell x Colin McMahon: Through the Wall of Birth and Death

In Te Ahua, Te Wa, Te Atea, Russ Flatt (Ngāti Kahungunu) presents video and still images exploring wāhi tapu (sacred sites) in Heretaunga Hastings, which takes you on a moving journey through the landscapes and complex histories that have come as a result of colonisation.

In Jugs in New Zealand Painting, Maseyk has made over 60 jugs modelled from the jugs seen in New Zealand paintings that he’s found by sifting through collections, magazines, and across the internet, and presents them alongside some of the paintings.

Yvonne Todd’s newest series, Brides, sees the renowned photographer revisit the early days of her career working as a commercial wedding photographer in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland in the 1990s. Todd’s unsettling bridal portraits don’t quite fit into familiar wedding tropes. What, exactly, are her brides marrying into?

The House of Dowse x Jimmy D is a unique celebration of The Dowse art collection through the eyes of James Dobson, acclaimed designer behind the cult fashion label Jimmy D. Pairing unexpected delights from The Dowse collection with iconic looks from the Jimmy D archive, this exhibition explores the creative influences and absurdist sensibility behind his design approach.

Through the Wall of Birth and Death is a significant exhibition that charts the multidisciplinary practice of internationally renowned contemporary Australian artist Nell, alongside key works by iconic Aotearoa artist Colin McCahon, drawing out fresh dialogues across geographic and generational distance.

Want to read more?

Head to dowse.org.nz

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Matariki Puanga Celebrating the new year

Ko Pūanga Rāua ko

Matariki - Hiwi i te Rangi 2024

Wainuiomata Town Centre, Queen St, Wainuiomata 27-29 June

Join this community celebration, including kapa haka, hangi, rangatahi workshops, kids’ activities, mirimiri, and more!

Head to rb.gy/ibd05v for more information.

Matariki

ki Wainuiomata

Wainuiomata Marae, Queen Street, & Wainuiomata Hub 20-22 June

Brought to you by Kokiri Marae, Wainuiomata Marae, TiHei Rangatahi & Love Wainuiomata!

For a full list of events, head to rb.gy/if7o5j

Artspot for Adults: Matariki Star Weaving

Naenae Neighbourhood Hub

Friday 21 June, 10am

Come along to make your own woven Matariki star.

Kite Making

Wainuiomata Neighbourhood Hub

Tuesday 25 June, 3pm-4:30pm

Make a kite for Matariki. For ages 7+

Matariki Artspot

Wainuiomata Neighbourhood Hub

Wednesday 26 June, 10:30am-12pm

Make a pop-up Matariki card. For ages 13+

Matariki Crafternoon

War Memorial Library 26 & 27 June, 3pm

Craft a different Matariki-themed decoration each day! For ages 5+

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Muritai School Kapa Haka

Eastbourne Neighbourhood Hub

Thursday 27 June, 10am

Join us for a special Matariki performance from Muritai School’s Kapa Haka group.

Community Kai

Morning Tea

Eastbourne Neighbourhood Hub

Thursday 27 June, 11:30am

Celebrate Matariki by bringing along some delicious kai to share with your friends and neighbours.

Tupuānuku & Tupuārangi

Petone Neighbourhood Hub

Thursday 27 June, 1pm

Join us for a sharing of kai and gardening inspiration.

Artspot for Kids:

Matariki Crafternoon

Naenae Neighbourhood Hub

Thursday 27 June, 3:30pm

Join us for an afternoon of creating Matariki art! For ages 5+

Matariki Storytime

After Dark!

Eastbourne Neighbourhood Hub

Thursday 27 June, 5:30pm

Bring the whole family for a night-time indoor story session and Matariki star crafts! Pyjamas are encouraged, but not essential.

Hiwa-i-te-rangi

Petone Neighbourhood Hub

Sunday 30 June, 10am-4pm

Craft stars as we reflect on dreams or set goals for the year to come.

Want more?

Go to hutt.city/matarikievents to see the full list of events!

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Get planting with Mouri Tupu – Planting for the Future

Mouri Tupu is a community campaign to plant 114,000 native trees and plants in Lower Hutt and inspire citizens to pick up a spade and join in!

It will deliver Mayor Campbell Barry’s 2022 campaign pledge to plant one native tree or plant for every citizen of Te Awa Kairangi ki Tai Lower Hutt.

To date more than 30,000 natives have been planted across Lower Hutt since October 2022 by Hutt City Council and community volunteer groups.

“By planting these trees and other plants, we will leave a greener legacy for our tamariki and mokopuna and will help teach the

value of protecting and enhancing our environment,” says Mayor Barry.

As these plants grow, they will provide food and habitat for native birds and insects, further improving biodiversity. The plants will also store carbon, clean the air, and filter water.

Stay tuned to hear about three upcoming community planting events that will be held in Wainuiomata, Moerā, and Kōrounui Stokes Valley in July.

Show us your planting and win!

Share a picture of your community planting project and go in our monthly prize draw to win a gardening pack valued at $70, thanks to Mitre 10 Wellington!

Email your gardening pics to mouritupu@huttcity.govt.nz

For more information and to view our Privacy Policy, visit hutt.city/mouritupu

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Give it a go

The Give it a go series of free art workshops, pairs communities with local artists, so they can have a go at creating something new! with local artist workshops

Give it a go with Selina Alesana Alefosio from Kupega Affect

Petone Neighbourhood Hub 4 & 13 June, 6pm-7pm

Join Selina Alefosio from Kupega Affect to learn Tokelau traditional songs, beat drumming techniques, & vocal skills.

Give it a go with Zoe Thompson-Moore

War Memorial Library 25 July, 10am-12pm

Kōraunui Neighbourhood Hub 19 July & 16 August, 10am-12pm

Come along for a morning of creative play and exploration with everyday found materials in this workshop for adults.

Give it a go with Taase Pusa

Walter Nash Centre 7 June, 6:30pm-8pm

War Memorial Library 17 July, 6:30pm-8pm

Join Taase Pusa, owner of Simply Thrift, to learn unique techniques on thrifted fabrics, and recreate pre-loved items.

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Contractor announced for Moerā Neighbourhood Hub build

Hutt City Council is pleased to announce that locally owned and operated Niche Modular Construction Ltd has been awarded the contract to build the new Moerā Neighbourhood Hub.

Located on the existing Moerā library site, will provide a vibrant community space for locals to connect, learn, and play.

The facility will feature an open plan space that allows access to vital library services.

The new hub also offers a fantastic connection to the reserve and

playground outside with bifold doors and deck around the north side of the building.

Niche brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the project, having successfully delivered over 100 education spaces comprising of 450 building modules constructed at their innovative modular construction hub in Petone.

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“We’re excited to be working with Niche to bring this vital community project to life,” said Joann Ransom, Hutt City Council’s Head of Neighbourhood Hubs & Library Services. “The new Moerā Neighbourhood Hub will be a fantastic asset for the community, and we’re confident that Niche will deliver a fit for purpose facility that meets the needs of residents.”

Mayor Campbell Barry says it is great to have a proven local business on board to help deliver an important community asset.

“Getting a local business like Niche Modular, that is based in Petone, to build the hub is part of

our commitment to prioritising local businesses through our procurement processes.”

As part of the redevelopment, Parks & Reserves will be upgrading the Moerā reserve that expands out of the north end of the new hub in a phased approach.

The first phase will be developed concurrently with the new hub by Niche as part of the overall project, and will include the public toilets, paving and planting in the immediate outdoor area of the hub

The construction timeline is being finalised with the new hub expected to be completed by year end.

Digital Literacy at your fingertips

Digital Steps, formerly known as Stepping Up, has returned to Hutt City Libraries.

Digital Steps is a free communitybased digital literacy programme that supports adults to build their digital skills in small easy steps. Anyone who wishes to develop their computer, smartphone, tablet or general online skills is welcome to attend. The curriculum offers a variety of classes, each taking approximately two hours to complete.

Classes are available at War Memorial Library, Kōraunui Stokes Valley, Naenae, Eastbourne and Wainuiomata Neighbourhood Hubs and will include computer basics, learning to use email, Microsoft Word and internet security and safety.

Want to read more?

To find information and class information, and to register, head into your local Hub or visit hutt.city/digitalsteps

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A lost 65-year-old mural brought back to life in Naenae

Sixty-five years after an artwork by celebrated Kiwi artist Guy Ngan became the first mural installed in a New Zealand Post Office, it’s been re-created as part of the soon-to-be-opened Naenae Community Centre.

The former Post Office in Naenae’s Hillary Court will be home to the new centre.

The original mural – the only time Ngan was known to use Linoleum in his art – was commissioned for the opening of the Post Office in 1959. It provided a striking artistic focal point in the customer service area, which also featured a wooden counter and elegant pendant lights.

It’s thought the original mural was obliterated during a 1980s renovation. When the wall was uncovered, outlines of the removed linoleum provided a ghostly template for the re-creation.

The updated work uses Autex acoustic panels, faithfully recreating the colours, dimensions, and position of the original.

Ngan’s wife Jean and daughter Liz got a preview of the partially completed mural and were delighted with what they saw.

“I was blown away by the recreation,” says Liz. “HDT architects have got everything spot on. I love how they’ve used Autex which is a building material Dad was very fond of… it’s entirely appropriate for the space and brings a liveliness to the environment.”

Mayor Campbell Barry says bringing the mural back to life after 65 years will add a special piece of magic to the Naenae Community Centre.

“Having a mural based on the original work by Guy Ngan is historically significant. It links the new facility with one of Lower Hutt’s most important artists and will be enjoyed for years to come by those who use the centre.”

The mural is the only known twodimensional public artwork that Ngan made for the Hutt Valley. His other public sculptures in Lower Hutt are the concrete ‘Mating Worms’ on the Stokes Valley roundabout, and the stainless

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steel ‘Elevating Worms’ sculpture at Stokes Valley’s Scott Court Shopping Centre.

Ngan was employed as a design consultant for the Ministry of Works in the 1950s where he designed sculptures and murals for several government buildings. He continued this work in the 1960s and 1970s with architecture firm Stephenson and Turner.

His impressive artistic legacy includes more than 40 works of public art in Aotearoa. He also designed the recently restored wall hanging ’Forest in the Sun’ which was commissioned from Stokes Valley weaver Joan Calvert for the Beehive’s opening, has sold a prolific number of works to private and public collections around the globe, and was the Director of the New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts from 1976-1986.

In 1983, Ngan was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire for services to the arts.

Community Centre Opening

Saturday 29 June

The opening will coincide with the Naenae Village Market and Matariki, with market stalls, food vendors, live performances, and free child-friendly activities. To see more details, go to fb.com/TEAMNAENAE

Visit the project page on hutt.city/naenae

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From left to right: Chris Clark, Liz Ngan & Jean Ngan

Explore space over the school holidays

The Great Galactic Quest

Petone Neighbourhood Hub

8-21 July, all day

Explore space with this themed scavenger hunt!

SpaceCraft: Paper Rocket

War Memorial Library

Monday 8 July, 2pm

Maungaraki Community Library

Tuesday 9 July, 3pm

Make a swishy, flying rocket with paper and string. For ages 3+

Space Ball Challenges

Wainuiomata Neighbourhood Hub

Monday 8 July, 10am-4:30pm

Have fun with a black hole challenge and a star challenge! For all ages.

SpaceCraft: Stitch a Star

War Memorial Library

Tuesday 9 July, 2pm

Maungaraki Community Library

Monday 15 July, 3pm

Create a hanging star using a needle and thread. For ages 5+

Bricks in Space

Eastbourne Neighbourhood Hub

Tuesday 9 & 16 July, 3pm

War Memorial Library

Wednesday 17 July, 10am

Maungaraki Community Library

Wednesday 17 July, 3pm

Naenae Neighbourhood Hub

19 & 20 July, 2pm-3pm

Petone Neighbourhood Hub

Sunday 21 July, 1pm-4pm

Have a go at a space themed LEGO® session! Bricks and Pieces is for ages 5+

Maker Space

Wainuiomata Neighbourhood Hub 9-19 July, all day

Make rockets using cardboard (for ages 3-12), or build them with LEGO® (for ages 5-12).

Playdough Aliens

Wainuiomata Neighbourhood Hub

Tuesday 9 July, 2pm-3pm

Make alien creatures out of playdough! For ages 3-12.

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SpaceCraft: Exploration

Petone Neighbourhood Hub

Wednesday 10 July, 10am-4pm

Get set up for space exploration by making rockets, jetpacks and more, using recycled and found objects! For ages 3+

Starlight Stories

War Memorial Library

Wednesday 10 July, 6pm

Maungaraki Community Library

Friday 12 July, 5pm

Bring your friends and whānau for a night-time, indoors story session “under the stars”. For all ages.

Stories from Space

Naenae Neighbourhood Hub

Wednesday 10 & 20 July, 10:30am

Experience the stars through stories from space. For ages 2+

AmaZine Space

Naenae Neighbourhood Hub

Thursday 11 July, 2pm-3pm

Eastbourne Neighbourhood Hub

Thursday 11 July, all day

Make a zine about space or your favourite planet to add to the zine library! For ages 5+

Planetarium Movie

Wainuiomata Neighbourhood Hub

Thursday 11 July, 1:30pm-4pm

Come and watch a movie under the stars in our homemade planetarium! For ages 6+

Space Academy

War Memorial Library

Thursday 11 July, 2pm

Do you have what it takes to become a Star Cadet? Come along and take the test! For ages 7+

SpaceCraft: Mouse Rocket

Maungaraki Community Library

Thursday 11 July, 3pm

War Memorial Library

Monday 15 July, 2pm

Create and launch a super simple mouse rocket. For ages 5+

Crafty Aliens

Petone Neighbourhood Hub

Friday 12 July, 10am-4pm

Design and craft aliens from paper, card and more! For ages 5+

Space Storytime

War Memorial Library

12-13 & 19-20 July, 11am

Join us for some space-themed stories and simple craft activities. For ages 2+

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SpaceCraft: Rockets

Naenae Neighbourhood Hub

Friday 12 July, 2pm-3pm

Build a rocket or spacecraft out of recycled materials. For ages 7+

Space Day

War Memorial Library

Saturday 13 July, 9:30am-12:30pm

Maungaraki Community Library

Saturday 20 July, 10am-12pm

Join us for a variety of space themed activities for the whole whānau.

Ngā Whetū

Petone Neighbourhood Hub

Sunday 14 July, 2pm-3pm

Explore constellations, wayfaring and Aotearoa. For ages 7+

SpaceCraft: Scratch Art

War Memorial Library

Tuesday 16 July, 2pm

Create a starscape using scratch art. for ages 5+

SpaceCraft: Space Rocket

Eastbourne Neighbourhood Hub

Tuesday 16 July, 10:30am

Create a simple space rocket to take home. For all ages.

Spaced Out

Petone Neighbourhood Hub

Wednesday 17 July, 10am-4pm

A day of astronomical fun! For ages 7-12.

Mini-golf Space Challenge

Wainuiomata Neighbourhood Hub

Thursday 18 July, 10am-4pm

Come and play mini-golf! Call the Hub to register. For ages 5+

Space Science

War Memorial Library

Thursday 18 July, 2pm

Have a go at some science-based space activities. For ages 7+

Bricks in Space: Droid Edition

War Memorial Library

Friday 19 July, 3pm

Build a droid or robot using LEGO® then devise a system to get it safely to the planet surface. For ages 5+

Want more?

See more events by heading to hutt.city/whatsonevents

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Ngā Kaupapa Hirahira

Highlights

Sweat with Pride

Across the Hutt Valley 1-30 June

Get active for at least 21 minutes every day (in June) and get your friends and family to sponsor you to support Rainbow communities.

For more info, and to sign up, head to sweatwithpride.com

Woolington

Moerā Hall

Saturday 1 June, 10am-3pm

A fabulous inclusive yarn and accessories pop-up market.

Poetry Talk with David Smith

Wainuiomata Neighbourhood Hub Saturday 1 June, 11am-1pm

Bring your lunch, and join David to talk about poetry.

Coming Up: Chess Competition for Kids

War Memorial Library Fridays in August, 4pm

Register now for Hutt City Libraries’ Inaugural Chess Competition for Kids, every Friday in August!

Head to hutt.city/chess to sign up.

World Wide Knit in Public Day

Petone Neighbourhood Hub

Saturday 8 June, 10am-2pm

Naenae Neighbourhood Hub & War Memorial Library

Saturday 8 June, 9:30am-1pm

Bring your knitting, crochet, or craft and celebrate Knit in Public Day!

Wainuiomata Neighbourhood Hub

Saturday 8 June, 9:30am-12:30pm

Knitters, spinners, crocheters, and creatives - bring your current craft project for a fun morning.

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Wellington Baby Expo

Lower Hutt Events Centre

8 & 9 June, 9am-4pm

Discover all you need to know for you, your pregnancy, or your young child! Get your free tickets online by heading to babyexpos.co.nz

Wellington Smokefreerockquest Regional Final

Sacred Heart College, 65 Laings Road, Woburn Saturday 8 June, 7pm

The Wellington Regional Final of Smokefreerockquest, New Zealand’s nationwide, live, original music, youth event giving young musicians the opportunity to perform live in a professional setting.

Smokefreerockquest 2024, powered by Rockshop, aims to motivate young musicians to strive for success, to realise the opportunities available in music careers, and to encourage their peers to support original New Zealand Music.

To read more, and to buy your tickets, head to rb.gy/8o6tdl

Artspot for Adults: Rock Painting

War Memorial Library 10, 17 & 24 June & 1 July, 1pm-3pm

Enjoy a cuppa and good company while you try out decorative rock painting. Suited to all skill levels. All materials supplied.

Board Game Night

Eastbourne Neighbourhood Hub

Wednesday 10 June & 17 July, 5:30pm-7:30pm

Pop in for games with friends and whānau. You’re welcome to bring your own games and snacks.

Philippine Festival

Lower Hutt Events Centre

Saturday 15 June, 10am-5pm

A celebration of Filipino Culture through colourful performances, traditional dances, music and arts, and sumptuous cuisine & delicacies. This year’s festival will also feature Elito Circa aka Amang Pintor, a celebrated Filipino folk artist who will showcase his talent in indigenous art.

World Refugee Day

War Memorial Library

Thursday 20 June, 12pm-2pm

Join us for a youth panel discussion, poetry, music, and performances!

Naenae College Saturday 22 June, 11am-3pm

Celebrate World Refugee Day with former refugee communities and live performances, delicious food henna, and children activities.

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Family Play Morning

War Memorial Library

Tuesday 9 & 16 July, 9:30am-12pm

A free-play session for pēpi and tamariki with toys, games, playdough and other activities. Enjoy a cuppa while you keep an eye on the kids. BYO snacks.

EMPWR LGBTQIA+ Takatāpui Antenatal Classes

Te Ngākau Kahukura o Te Awa Kairangi, 102 Oxford Terrace, Epuni Saturdays between 8 June - 13 July, 9:30am-11:30am

An EMPWRed birth experience, regardless of how you have grown or plan on birthing your baby is waiting for you.

To register, head to rb.gy/ddksho

Visible Mending

Eastbourne Neighbourhood Hub

Wednesday 10 July, 11am

Give darning, patchwork, and sashiko a go! Bring along your clothes, tote bags, or anything to mend. Basic materials supplied, feel free to bring your own as well.

Teddy Bears’ Picnic

Wainuiomata Neighbourhood Hub

Wednesday 10 July, 2pm

Celebrate Teddy Bears’ Picnic Day with us. BYO your favourite teddy and snacks. For ages 2-10.

Living in Colour - Hutt Valley Pride

The Dowse Art Museum

Saturday 13 July, 5:30pm-8:30pm

Join us for this inclusive and empowering hui, designed to spread aroha, raise awareness, and create a strong sense of belonging for our LGBTQIA+/Takatāpui/ MVPFAFF whānau and allies.

Immerse yourself in a vibrant array of activities that will delight your senses. Enjoy top-notch entertainment, gain valuable health information, savor delicious free kai, and much more.

To read more about the event, head to fb.com/TNKHuttValley

Old School Gaming

Wainuiomata Neighbourhood Hub

Saturday 20 July, 11am-4pm

Play games such as chess, hopscotch, elastics, battleships, knucklebones and card games. For ages 3+

Want more?

Find more events by going to hutt.city/whatsonevents

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huttcity.govt.nz

hutt.city/libraries

hutt.city/pools

dowse.org.nz

The Dowse Art Museum

45 Laings Road, Lower Hutt 04 570 6500

Te Pātaka Kōrero o Ōkiwinui

Eastbourne Neighbourhood Hub

38 Rimu Street, Eastbourne 04 562 8042

Huia Pool + Fitness

Huia Street, Lower Hutt 04 570 6655

Te Kaunihera o Te Awa Kairangi

Hutt City Council

30 Laings Road, Lower Hutt 04 570 6666

Te Pātaka Kōrero o Kōraunui

Kōraunui Stokes Valley Neighbourhood Hub

186 Stokes Valley Road 04 562 9050

Whare Pūrākau | Maungaraki

Community Library

137 Dowse Drive, Maungaraki 028 2550 3219

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Te Pātaka Kōrero o Moerā

Moerā Neighbourhood Hub

107 Randwick Crescent, Moerā 04 568 4720

Te Pātaka Kōrero o Te Ngaengae

Naenae Neighbourhood Hub

Hillary Court, Naenae 04 567 2859

Te Pātaka Kōrero o Pito-One

Petone Neighbourhood Hub

7 Britannia Street, Petone 04 568 6253

Stokes Valley Pool + Fitness

Bowers Street, Stokes Valley 04 562 9030

Te Pātaka Kōrero o Wainuiomata Wainuiomata Neighbourhood Hub

1A Queen Street, Wainuiomata 04 564 5822

Te Pātaka Kōrero o Taitā

Walter Nash Neighbourhood Hub

Taine Street, Taitā 04 560 1094

Te Wao Treadwell Street, Naenae

Te Pātaka Kōrero o Te Tatau ki te Maramatanga | War Memorial

Library Neighbourhood Hub

2 Queens Drive, Lower Hutt 04 570 6633

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