We're committed to maintaining a vibrant, safe and welcoming space for our community to use.
Te Newhanga Kāpiti Community Centre is ideal for community groups/meetings, seminars, business meetings, exercise classes, hobby classes, and more.
Reception: Monday to Friday, 8.30am-5.00pm
Centre access for events and/or programmes: 6.00am-12 midnight
A wide range of classes and groups meet at the Community Centre seven days a week. The centre hosts seniors groups, the Pop-In Centre, crafts, boccia, English language classes, a community garden, Toastmasters, yoga, meditation, mah jong and more.
What's available at the Centre:
Meeting rooms, bookings and charges:
To make a booking, contact:
Te Newhanga Kāpiti Community Centre
Phone: (04) 902 3240
What's on at the Centre
Kapiti Antenatal Classes
7.00pm to 9.00pm
Classes are facilitated by qualifed Childbirth Educator, Melissa Stevens, who encourages participants to explore all areas of childbirth and early parenting. Kapiti Antenatal supports your birth choices and approach to parenting in an open and non-judgemental manner. These classes will prepare you to be confident in your birth and for the fantastic journey that is parenting.
Contact: 021 067 1165 (Melissa)
Meditation & Buddhism
Monday Nights (20 Aug to 10 Dec)
7.00pm to 8.15pm
Drop-in mindfulness Classes
Class Fee: $13.00/class
Kapiti WEA - Kapiti Courses
Ancient Egypt: Everyday Life for the Pharaohs' Tomb Builders
4 Wednesdays 8-29 August, 10.00am - noon
Measuring the Earth
Saturday 11 August, 1.00pm - 4.30pm
Modern History: The Middle East in Upheaval - war, sectarianism, state collapse and regional rivalry
Saturday 1 September, 1.30pm - 4.30pm
Literature: Robin Hood - Legendary Outlaw
Saturday 8 September, 10.00am - 1.00pm
Science - Coastal Ecology Lab
Saturday 29 September, 10.00am - 1.00pm
Russian Art - Icons to Iconic
Saturday 6 October, 10.00am - 1.00pm
Music: Jewish Music
Saturday 13 October, 10.00am to noon
Nikau Midwives - Weekly Coffee Morning
10.30am to 11.30am
Friday Tibetan Meditation
Friday evenings from 27th July 2018
6.30pm to 7.30pm
5 Sessions $20 / Causal $5
Come along and start your weekend with simple breathing, visualisation, and relaxtion techniques to improve your focus, energy, and well being. No experience necessary.
For further information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Yoga with Rita
Term 3 - Tuesday 21 August to Friday 28 September (5 weeks)
Monday 6.30am to 7.30am
Tuesday 5.30pm to 6.30pm
Classes are based on a classical form of yoga, which includes āsana [postures], prāṇāyāma [breathing techniques], and chanting. Classes suitable for all levels – beginners very welcome. See http://www.khyf.net for additional details on lineage.
$15.00 casual for Monday / Tuesday session
$10.00 casual for Friday session
$100.00 for ten Monday / Tuesday; $80.00 for ten Friday
KĀPITI STROKE CLUB
Kāpiti Stroke Club
Meets every 1st & 3rd Tuesday of every month
1.30pm to 3.30pm
Paraparaumu Pop-In Centre
Every Friday - 1pm to 3pm
Murray Jensen Room
Come in and enjoy good company and friendship. Just pop in for a chat or cuppa and meet some new friends
Come & go as you please
Kāpiti Care & Craft
Tuesday's 10.00am to 12.00pm
Morning tea and lunch are provided (at a nominal charge)
Contact: Maureen (supervisor) - 04 297 2037
The Community Garden
With Hannah Swartz - the Green Gardener
1st Monday of every month
10.00am to 12.00pm
Come along and lean new skills plus it's a great way to meet like-minded gardners!
Morning Tea provided
What's coming up:
Monday September 3, 10-12am: Worm Whispering: Worm farms are a great way to process kitchen scraps into black gold for the garden. Find out what they need and how to build a simple worm farm. Plus seasonal gardening tasks for spring. Bring along your gloves if you have some and any questions about worms or composting.
Monday October 1, 10-12am: Seeds and cuttings: Grow plants for free (or very cheap). Choose cuttings from the community garden’s collection of herbs and drought-resistant plants to take home. Plus seasonal gardening tasks for spring. Bring seeds to sow and share.
Monday November 5, 10-12am: Tomatoes, beans and pumpkins: We’ll be planting out these summer staples - learn what it takes to make your harvest a success. Bring gloves if you have them.
Monday, December 3: Simple irrigation hacks: Set up your garden now for super-convenient, super-efficient watering over the dry months; learn about ollas, seep hoses and more. Plus we’ll be planting the zucchini bed. Bring gloves if you have them.
Find you local garden:
Kapiti Boccia Group
4th Thursday of every month - 10.00am to 12.00pm
Boccia is a game of skill and strategy and is a truly inclusive sport in which both men and women of all ages and abilities can play. Similar to lawn bowls and petanque, boccia is a non-contact target sport that is played indoors from a seated position using soft leather balls on a smooth rectangular court and can be played as individuals, in pairs or teams of three.
Vibrational Sound Healing
Last Monday of each month
7.30pm to 8.30pm
Contact Debby: 021 800 293
Breast Screening Mobile Unit is coming to Te Newhanga Kāpiti Community Centre
10 September 2018 to 28 September 2018 (end date subject to change)
Free for women aged 45-69 years
Freephone 0800 270 200
For more information visit www.timetoscreen.nz
Want a new hobby? Join in Card Making Classes
Starting Wednesday 5 September at 7.00pm
$15.00 per person (includes 2 cards, materials & refreshments)
Create your own quality cards, have some fun, meet new people and learn something new.
Thinking of Living in a Retirement Village
Monday 10 September 2018
5.30pm to 7.00pm
The Commission for Financial Capability is running free seminars about living in retirement villages with support from the Retirement Villages Association and experienced legal practitioners.
The seminars focus on things to consider before choosing to live in a retirement village and provide practical tips before you sign up to live in a retirement village.
Speakers from the Commission, Retirement Village Association and the legal profession (if available), will discuss types of retirement village structure, costs, and operations. The seminar will also explain some important residents' rights and where you can find out more information.
The seminars are 90 minutes long and include plenty of dedicated question and answer time throughout the event.
Places are limited and registering attendance is essential.
Tea, coffee and light refreshments provided.
Health, Hormones & Happiness
'Master-class on menopause'
with Dr Wendy Sweet
Tuesday 18 September
6.30pm to 8.30pm
Come along and discover what fabulous information Wendy has to offer Kapiti Coast women going into or who are through menopause.
Tickets $25 p.p
'Waste Free Parenting' Workshop with Kate Meads
Thursday 27 September 2018
6.00pm to 8.30pm
This is a humorous, entertaining and inspirational event full of tips and ideas around ways you can minimise waste in your home especially with young children in the house. You get a free pack bursting with waste minimisation products with each ticket.
Individual Ticket $25 - Admits 1, receive 1 Free Goodie bag
Couple's Ticket $25 per couple - Admits 2, receive 1 Free Goodie bag
|School Holiday Workshop - Monday 1st October
CREATE YOUR BOOK WORKSHOP
10.00am to 11.30am
Write and illustrate your own story.
Street Talk Sign Up - Defensive Driving Course
Become a Safer Driver - Shorten your Restricted Licence period by 6 months - Prepare for your Test
Street Talk Defensive Driving Course description:
For Street Talk Defensive Driving Course ~ dates & times email: email@example.com
Breast and Cervical Screening Day
Saturday 15th September 2018
Click here for further information
Would you like to be part of the team at Mary Potter Hospice (Kapiti Base)
Kapiti Stroke Boccia Club Volunteer Helpers Urgently Required
Can you or a friend help?
Phone: Stroke Central Region 0800 298 858