What's on, where and when

Last updated 10:00 09/04/2013
Pete Mcdonald
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Upcoming events in and around Porirua and Tawa below. To add our listing email:

Saturday, April 20

TOY LIBRARY open day. Whitby Toy Library is celebrating 20 years of helping parents provide interesting ways of play for their children with balloons, face painting, bouncy castle and sausage sizzle. 9am-12pm.

Sunday, April 21

UNDERGROUND Market @ Pataka, 11am to 3pm. Home-wears, clothing, toys, gifts, jewellery and more.
3rd Sunday every month.

Tuesday, April 23

MOVIE NIGHT, Support Parents Centre by attending a special screening of ifOz the Great and Powerfulnf, Light House Pauatahanui cinema. 7.30pm for drinks and nibbles, screening at 8.30pm. Tickets $40. Email or call 233 2022.

At Pataka

THE BLACK ISLANDS, photographs by Ben Bohane revealing the turbulent, layered relationships between traditional kastom, beliefs and Christianity on the islands. Until April 21.

NIKI HASTINGS-McFALL, In Flyte showcases the full scope of her art practice from her lei and light box series to her more recent diorama and lamp series. Until June 16.

SAME DIFFERENCE, photographs by Warwick Smith, contrasting portraits of children with those of a grandparent. Until June 23.

BASKETS OF MELANESIA, Showcasing the craft of basket-making in the Melanesian Islands, until June 23. 

Every Sunday

CAR BOOT SALES, The Rotary Club of Plimmerton is holding Car Boot Sales on Sundays, 10am to 2pm, at the old Challenge service station site on Hagley St. Spaces available for $15. Enquiries, phone Stephen Baker on 527 2717 or 027 286 3183.

Every Friday

COFFEE & QUIZ at Tawa Community Centre. 10am-noon. Get along for a coffee and a chat, quiz starts at 11am.

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