June 2019

Wednesday 5 June International Ocean Film Tour Vol. 6 – Hokitika
Hokitika Regent Theatre & Café
7:30pm – 9:30pm
Wednesday 5 June

POUTINI WAIORA OPEN DAY

Thursday 6 June

REVAMP YOUR WARDROBE 7pm
Westland District Library, Media Room,
Sewell Street Hokitika

Saturday 8 June WORLD OCEANS DAY
Saturday 8 June

World Wide Knit in Public Day

Saturday 8 June

Be with a Tree – Canoe Cove Walk carpark 1.30pm
A fun afternoon walk completing 10 Tree Challenges

Thursday 20 June COFFEE MORNING 10.30am
Ramble & Ritual Café, Sewell Street
Join us for a hot (or cold) drink, meet other community members
& catch up on the latest news.

Museum Displays

Daily 10am – 2pm

Carnegie Building

Carnegie Gallery, Corner
Tancred and Hamilton Street
Free Entry
For Inquiries please contact Trevor Wilcox,
Destination Westland
027 2597571

Svetlana Mickel
Multi media artist from South Westland
28th April, 2019 – 25th May, 2019Caroline McQuarrie & Shaun Matthews
‘Prospects Fearful’ multi media exhibition
4th – 26th June, 2019

Prospects Fearful media release May 2019 1

Weekly & Daily Events & Activities

Monday-Friday 9-10am AQUA FIT Hokitika Pool 03 7558119
Also Tuesday & Thursday 12:15-12.45pm

Every Monday during term

LEGO CLUB 3.30pm – 4.30pm

Every Tuesday 10am – 12pm Plunket Mums Get Together
Weigh your baby and meet other mums, Coffee available.
Every Tuesday 9am – 1pm Westland Toy Library OPEN
Every Tuesday 2pm-4pm DEVICE ADVICE at Westland Library
Assistance to learn the features of your device.
New phone, tablet, ipad, laptop? Need a couple of tips?
Call in to the Library Tuesday between 2pm and 4pm
Every Wednesday 11.00am-1.00pm Justice of the Peace available at Westland Library
There is no charge for JP services
Every Thursday 11am

Story Time – Westland District Library 11.00am – 11.30am

Every Saturday 10am – 2pm Inside Hokitika Market – Hamilton Street Hokitika
Every Saturday 10am – 12pm Westland Toy Library OPEN
Every Saturday 10.30am

Café Books Westland District Library

May 2019

MAY – MUSIC MONTH Put simply, the purpose of NZ Music Month is to celebrate music from New Zealand, and the people who make it.

Friday 17 May Pink Shirt Day
Join the movement to stop bullying and spread kindness
Heads Up Hokitika – break out your PINK SHIRTS!!

Saturday 25 May CULTURE FEAST – Seaview Hall 12 noon to 4pm
We celebrate Westland’s diversity with food, music, and more.

The Developing Brain Nathan Wallis April 11

Nathan Wallis
Captivating audiences over 200 times per year to sell out events.
Internationally, renowned neuroscience educator,
Nathan Wallis brings his talk “The Developing Brain” to Hokitika.

Nathan will guide you through the stages of brain development that happen across childhood, and will reveal little tricks to make parenting easier.

Tickets from Hokitika Regent Theatre

Door sales available

April 2019

Tuesday 2 April AF8 The Science Beneath Our Feet 7pm
RSA, Hokitika
Bringing Alpine Fault Science and Hazard Impact Information to South Island Communities, in areas most likely to be affected by an AF8 Earthquake.

Friday 5 April GUMBOOT UP and support young kiwis who need counselling
I AM HOPE has asked Kiwis to share awareness by wearing gumboots on April 5, for Gumboot Friday.

“Having depression is like walking through mud every day. So on Friday 5 April 2019, we’re asking you to show your support. Put your gumboots on, give a gold coin, and take a walk in their shoes for a just one day,”

the I AM HOPE website says. All donations are deposited by you/your group into the Kiwibank Gumboot Friday account.

Wednesday 10 April COGS – Community Organisation Grants Scheme opens 10 April
COGS provides grants to non-profit organisations delivering community-based social services that contribute to achieving locally-determined outcomes. Applications close 22 May 2019

Wednesday 17 April PECHA KUCHA NIGHT 5.45PM
Westland Library

Thursday 25 April ANZAC DAY POPPY DAY APPEAL
He whanau kotahi tatou – We are family
Remembering Past and Current Service Personnel and Families
Volunteers to help sell Poppies contact westlandrsa@gmail.com

Thursday 25 April Commemorative ANZAC Day Service at Te Tauraka Waka a Maui Marae 10.30am
Te Runaka o Makaawhio invites you to join with them at Mahitahi/Bruce Bay to remember, acknowledge and celebrate the sacrifice and contribution made by our brave service men and women. Bring a plate for a shared meal. Nau mai, haere mai, tauti mai!

MAY – MUSIC MONTH Put simply, the purpose of NZ Music Month is to celebrate music from New Zealand, and the people who make it.

Friday 17 May Pink Shirt Day
Join the movement to stop bullying and spread kindness
Heads Up Hokitika – break out your PINK SHIRTS!!

Saturday 25 May CULTURE FEAST – Seaview Hall 12 noon to 4pm
We celebrate Westland’s diversity with food, music, and more.