Events and dates for your calendar
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First Wednesday of month - Green Drinks, Whangarei
5:30 – 7.30 pm. Venue for 6th December is the brand new Power Plant Wholefood & Organic Store, Civic Arcade, Whangarei.
Their kitchen is 100% gluten-free, dairy-free, refined-sugar-free and fully plant-based. It is believed to be the only eatery North of Auckland within these parameters.
All our food is freshly prepared into a chiller display cabinet where it is packed in enviro-friendly bio packaging ready to pick up and go.
They have an in-house kitchen and foodbar and will have some plant based snacks and non-alcoholic cold drinks for sale.
Eco Conscious & Sustainable Networking - all welcome to come and discuss what makes us tick, churn or just contemplate our lives or business opportunities - how we can make a difference for the betterment of all living and unseen factors here on planet earth.
Saturday, 2nd December. Mauri Whenua Ora: The Pā to Plate project Our Land and Water. 10.00am – 3.30pm. Waitangi Treaty Grounds.
Speakers will cover topics under the headings:
Further details/bookings/contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, 17th December. PermaDynamics Educational Farm Tour, Matapouri. An incredible insight into the multidimensional functioning of their farm – tour of forest gardens, market garden, terrace and swale systems, tiny houses, earth building and more.
Tutor: Klaus Lotz Website link www.permadynamics.net
Hikurangi Art Station, 31 King St Hikurangi will be open from the Hikurangi Xmas Parade. Tuesday – Sundays, 10.00am – 4.00 pm – ish - when staff are available. They aim to promote local artists and support those in the community who wish to participate.
Check their facebook page for news, exhibitions and classes.
Mondays, Wednesdays & Thursdays. Whangarei Men’s Shed.
9.30 am – 3.00 pm Whangarei Railway Station, Railway Road, Whangarei.
A multiple workshop area for the pursuit of an array of pastimes and projects, but also is a “Work in Progress” in its own right. The W.M.S. has set itself a target for restoring the interior of the old station (badly deteriorated) with the guidance of an architect employed by the Shed and the National Historic Places Trust.
Tuesdays, - Fortnightly. Boomerang Bag workshop, Whangarei.
1pm - 4pm, Bahai Centre, 82 Mill Road Road, Whangarei
To sew reusable bags to distribute, in conjunction with Plastic Bag Free Northland, to the Whangarei Grower's Market, the Regent Countdown Supermarket Project and Bin Inn Kamo, as supply allows. The bags will not necessarily have to be returned - the main point is that they are used.
They have some machines and equipment ready to go, plus a supply of fabric. It doesn't matter if people can't sew - there is cutting/ ironing/ assembling. They invite anyone to pop in or stay the whole time, or they will provide material to sew from home. A Boomerang Bags Whangarei Facebook page will be running soon.
Contact Pania - 021 02211712 email@example.com
Second Sunday of month - Sew Good – Community Sewing workshop 11am - 1pm. Pacific-Islands Charitable Trust Building, 152 Cameron Street, Whangarei.
Come along to learn to sew, use machines, fix old stuff and share ideas. Sewing machines and overlocker available for use, plus we have donated patterns, material and sewing notions for use.
Koha appreciated. Contact Anne ph 09 460336 or firstname.lastname@example.org, Facebook page SewGood Whangarei.
Heads up 2018 – Permaculture Certificate Design Course, Otamatea Eco Village, Kaiwaka. Starting February 8th . one Saturday a month finishing 15th December 2018.