What’s on in the hol­i­days

Kapi-Mana News - - NEWS - By JEREMY WILKIN­SON

There is a wealth of fun go­ing on for chil­dren dur­ing the school hol­i­days.

Porirua li­braries have crafts, board games and story time ses­sions at the Whitby, Can­nons Creek and Porirua branches. De­tails for the ‘‘chill out and read’’ ses­sions are at poriru­al­i­brary.org.nz.

Tawa Pool will have al­ter­nat­ing events of kayak­ing, in­flat­able ob­sta­cle cour­ses and snorkelling from 1.30pm till 3.30pm on week­days. Any­one who has paid a pool en­try fee can join in.

Tawa Li­brary will be hold­ing a Strings Ga­lore pro­gramme on July 6 at 11am. Chil­dren will be taught how to play a sim­ple piece on the ukulele.

Tawa Com­mu­nity Cen­tre has no spe­cific events planned, but any­one can drop in from 9am till 1pm to use such fa­cil­i­ties as ta­ble ten­nis. Adult su­per­vi­sion is needed for chil­dren un­der 14.

Porirua Gym Sports hol­i­day classes will be a one-off range of ‘‘give it a go’’ classes on July 10 at Te Rau­paraha Arena.

Te Rau­paraha Arena is host­ing craft, sport and dance classes suit­able for chil­dren un­der 5, from July 6 till 17.

En­try to the New Zealand Po­lice Mu­seum in Pa­pakowhai is free and there is plenty to in­ter­est adults and en­ter­tain chil­dren.

The Aquatic Cen­tre at Te Rau­paraha Arena will be open as usual.

North City Shop­ping Cen­tre will host a Minions Mu­si­cal Ex­pe­ri­ence from July 12 till 17 at 11am and 1.30pm. Chil­dren will have the chance to meet the Minions from the movie De­spi­ca­ble Me.

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