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The Dominion Post - - Capital Day -

To­day UR­BAN ART SE­RIES

For the lat­est it­er­a­tion of the Ur­ban Art Se­ries, Page Blackie Gallery presents work by Derek Cowie, Karl Maughan, Heather Straka, Ngatai­haruru Taepa, El­iz­a­beth Thom­son, and John Walsh. The ini­tia­tive, led by the Ur­ban Art Foun­da­tion with sup­port from Welling­ton City Coun­cil, is part of Ad­shel’s com­mu­nity out­reach pro­gramme, ded­i­cat­ing ad space to art. (Pic­tured: Maughan’s Pikopiko, 2010.)

FLUTE FORCE FIVE

St An­drew’s on The Ter­race is host­ing a free lunchtime con­cert at 12.15pm. Flute Force Five, made up of mem­bers of the Royal New Zealand Air Force band, will play works by Marin Marais and De­bussy among oth­ers.

Free DOGS, DOGS, DOGS

The Big Dog Walk with Lots of Dogs is back with dogs of all shapes and sizes set to de­scend on Wai­tangi Park this Satur­day from 9am. Every­one is wel­come to at­tend the walk, re­gard­less of whether you’re a dog owner. Dona­tions are wel­come with money do­nated help­ing buy and dis­trib­ute food for dogs in need.

IMAGI-NA­TION

Weird and won­der­ful, kooky and colour­ful, in Imagi-Na­tion chil­dren will take part in ac­tiv­i­ties to con­struct items from their imag­i­na­tion, dis­cov­er­ing things they’ve never seen be­fore! Cap­i­tal E, Queens Wharf, Mon­day-Satur­day, 9.30am-3.30pm.

To­mor­row JONATHAN CRAYFORD

Pi­anist-com­poser Jonathan Crayford , is per­form­ing four solo pi­ano con­certs at Suite Gallery, be­gin­ning to­mor­row, 8pm. Crayford is among the coun­try’s fore­most jazz mu­si­cians. His al­bum East West Moon was awarded Best Jazz Al­bum at the 2017 Jazz Awards. Tick­ets $35 from Eventfinda.

WAHINE DIS­CUS­SION AND LUNCH

Join the Welling­ton His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety and Early Set­tlers As­so­ci­a­tion at Mu­seum of Welling­ton to hear about the Wahine sink­ing from Har­bour Pilot and Ferry Mas­ter Cap­tain John Brown. Lunch is avail­able for $15 but pre-book­ing is es­sen­tial, call (04) 938 9811. The talk be­gins at 12.50pm.

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