MUSIC & COMEDY
Craig Adams: Levin Cossie Club, August 19, 7pm, $20. Kapiti Youth Choir: Kapiti College, Margaret Rd, Raumati Beach, open to ages 18 and up, Tuesdays, 7:30pm, contact Bridget 0273165641. Levin Country and Variety Club: Hope Centre, Kent St, Levin, third Saturday monthly, contact 0274742602. Levin monthly record fair: Levin Uniting Church, Oxford St, first Saturday monthly, 8-11:30am, free, call (06)3678556. Paraparaumu Country Music Club: Waikanae Chartered Club, Elizabeth St, second and fourth Sunday monthly, 1pm, $5, call 9059325. Pounamu Country Music Club: Levin Senior Citizens Hall, Montgomery St, first Saturday monthly, 1-5pm. Schubert & Liszt: St Paul’s Church, Kapiti Rd, Paraparaumu, with Kapiti Chorale, August 19, 2:30pm, $30. Sing Out: Savage Club Hall, Parker Ave, Levin, community choir, every Friday during termtime, 10:30amnoon, $5, call 0221877002. Blue Remembered Hills: Paraparaumu College, Mazengarb Rd, not suitable for primary school children, Aug 18, 7pm, Aug 19, 2pm, 7pm, Aug 20, 2pm, $5-$10. German Film Festival: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision, Taranaki St, Sep 13-16, free. The Sound of Music: Southward CarMuseum, Otaihanga Rd, Oct 16, 7pm, tickets from Ticketek. We love to dance: Waikanae Dance School, Parata St, adult dance class, Mondays 10:45-11:45am, Fridays 1:30-2:30pm.
THEATRE, FILM & DANCE EXHIBITIONS
Flight of Pollen: Mahara Gallery, Maraha Pl, Waikanae, illustrations by wildlife painter Cushla McGaughey, until September 10. H2O: Kapiti Gallery, Matai Rd, Raumati Beach, by Kapiti Arts and Crafts Society, until September 3. He Kakano, Seed: Mahara Gallery, Mahara Pl, Waikanae. Raumati South children’s creations, Mahara/Mahara children’s art and environment project, until Sept 10. Memory Lane: Kapiti Coast Museum, Elizabeth St, Waikanae. HistoricalWaikanae photos, Fridays 1-4pm, Saturdays and Sundays 2-4pm. Otaki Children’s Health Camp: Otaki Museum, Main St, from September 2. The Halo Project: Mahara Gallery, Mahara Pl, Waikanae, exhibition by artist in residence at Mahara Gallery and Nga Manu, Paul Forrest, until Sept 10. Whaling on the Kapiti Coast: Kapiti CoastMuseum. Local whaling artefacts and history of whaling. Fridays 1-4pm, Saturdays and Sundays 2-4pm to October 1, free. Whare Manaaki Maori Gallery & Workshop: behind De Molen Windmill, Foxton, resident Maori artists and history, every Saturday & Sunday 10am to 3pm, donations accepted. Where Sky meets Sea: Artscape Gallery, SH1, Otaki, multimedia Amicus Club of Otaki: Rotary Hall, Aotaki St, formerly Probus, second Monday monthly, 10am-noon, call (06)3648441. Beach clean-up: Waikanae Beach Boating Club carpark, Waimea Rd, final Saturday monthly, 10am, call 9041260. Diabetes exercise group:
FAMILY & COMMUNITY
Paraparaumu Memorial Hall, Tutanekai St, Mondays, 10-11am, $4, call 9021622. Election - Meet the candidates Otaki: Rotary Lounge, Aotaki St, Otaki, for general election, Sep 7, 7:30pm. Election - meet the candidates Paraparaumu: Coast Community Church, Hinemoa St, Otaki and Mana candidates for National and Labour, Aug 23, 7-9pm. Fertiliser sale: Waikanae Lions, place orders by Aug 19, order forms already delivered. Five rhythms movement meditation: St Peter’s Hall, Beach Rd, Paekakariki, Mondays, 7-8:30pm, call 0210424921. Friends of Kapiti Libraries event: Talk on New Zealand Memory of the World programme, which aims to register our significant heritage documents. Aug 20, 2.30pm, 9 Ivor Trask Pl, Paraparaumu.