Te Newhanga Kāpiti Community Centre
PLEASE NOTE: Following the Government's directive, all our public-facing sites and facilities are now closed. This includes the Community Centre.
Therefore all bookings at the Community Centre are postponed until further notice. We will let you know when the Centre is available again.
Thank you for your patience and understanding
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.
***In May we told people who use or might use the Centre that there are some weather-tightness issues in the building.*** Council is working on a plan for how these issues will be addressed over the next 12 months and the Centre remains open. More information is available here.
Call us on 04 902 3240
Reception: Monday to Friday, 8.30am-5pm
Centre access for events and/or programmes: 6am-12 midnight
A 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, yoga, meditation, mah jong and more.
What's available at the Centre
- Free wi-fi
- Nine meeting rooms
- One large main kitchen with full facilities (adjoining two meeting rooms)
- Tables & chairs
- Whiteboards (including one portable)
- Kitchenette facilities
- Four-hour parking
- Wheelchair accessible
- Disability toilet
- Assistance dog-friendly
- Mobility parking
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
Meditation & Buddhism
7.00pm to 8.15pm
Drop-in mindfulness Classes
Class Fee: $13.00/class
KAPITI GOSPEL CHOIR
Kapiti Gospel Choir
7pm to 9pm
Do you like to sing? Why not come and join us! The Kapiti Gospel Choir is a community choir based on the beautiful Kapiti Coast.
We meet weekly on Thursday evenings and sing a mix of traditional and modern African-American gospel, spirituals and work songs, as well as other songs with a spiritual feel. We follow the school terms and take a break in school holidays.
Our Choir sings in four parts - Soprano, Alto, Ent
To find out more, contact Shona McNeil, Song Leader, Kapiti.firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 022 090 3653.
Yoga with Rita
Monday 6.30am to 7.30am & Friday 12.15pm to 1.00pm
Each of us deals with our own set of challenges. Yoga allows us to explore and create a positive relationship with our bodies, breath, minds and emotions.
I am offering twice weekly yoga practices.
Term Dates 2020:
(Not class on public holidays)
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 / $10.00 casual for Monday / Friday session
$50.00 / $40.00 for 5 sessions Monday / Friday
022 490 4473 or email@example.com
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
Kapiti Boccia Group
4th Thursday of every month - 10am to 12pm
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.
Want a new hobby? Join in card making classes...
Fortnightly on Wednesday evenings 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.
NZ Society of Genealogists
Genealogy is about sharing, whether it is research techniques or investigation tools, information sources, family names or countries and regions of interest.
Kapiti WEA - Learning for Life
The WEA (Workers’ Educational Association), which was set up in 1915, is the longest established provider of adult education in New Zealand.
Our aim is to provide community-based, stimulating and varied educational activities that develop knowledge, skills, creativity, understanding and enjoyment of life. We offer courses in relaxed environments, using the best tutors available.
Courses for 2020 are out now! Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/kapitilearning/
For more information:
Phone: 021 162 7000
Maitreya the World Teacher & the Masters of Wisdom
A World based on Sharing, Justice and Peace
Share International New Zealand
Tuesday, 23 June 2020
7pm to 9pm
Maitreya, the World Teacher and Masters of Wisdom, already living among us, to inspire us to create a new civilization based on sharing and justice, freedom and peace; to act and solve our most critical global problems.
Public Talk and Transmission Meditation
All welcome – free admission
Contact: (04) 976 34 91