A directory of community groups and services in the Wellington region
The School of Philosophy offers practical courses that present the great philosophies of the world in a way that is relevant to daily life. Wisdom, mindfulness and contentment are available to anyone …
Open Playgroup, held weekly on Wednesday's during School term time
10 am - 11.30am.
Self-run playgroup for under 5 year olds.
Session includes free play, craft activity, and shared morning tea for t…
Do you love to stitch or want to learn?
Join a vivacious and lively group of stitchers who love to create with needle and thread. Come and learn a new technique, or bring the piece you are working…
A group made up of painters, knitters, woodworkers, quilters and many more arts and crafts. We hold informal meetings every third Wednesday of the month from Feb to Nov between 7.30 and 9.30 where we …
Greater Brooklyn Residents' Association Incorporated has a role in:
- being the voice of concerned local residents;
- communicating and making submissions to the Wellington City Council and Greater …
We are a community marae/papakainga based in Newlands, Wellington. We offer a variety of events and activities with a matauranga maori focus.
Held every February - a nine day, non-profit, community festival featuring various indoor and outdoor events including musical, sporting, historical events - a parade, concerts, lectures, fairs etc.
Community Craft group
Are you a crafty person?
Come along on Monday 9am - 1pm and meet up with other crafty people.
All welcome, no charge, chat and a cuppa included
Linkline is a friendly social club mainly for active older people who are on their own.
Meetup activities include dinners, social evenings, games, cards, walks, movies, trips, book reviews, picnics, t…
Table tennis advanced group - Friday
Drop in session for advance level players only.
New players to the group will be assessed, to insure an advanced level of play is met.
Friday 10.30am - 1pm