You can find us on the corner of Rintoul & Colombo Sts, Newtown, Wellington. Phone us on (04) 389 4786.
Exciting job opportunity at Smart Newtown!
We are looking for a tech-savvy, friendly and approachable trainer to work part-time, providing computing classes and carrying out IT support at Smart Newtown’s free computer room.
This is a paid, part-time position, starting mid September. The hours worked by each team member are negotiable but take place in operating hours of Monday to Friday, 9am – 6pm and Saturday 10am to 12.30pm, with occasional evening work as required.
For more details, check out the job ad on Seek or download the job description.
Applications close 12pm, 29th August. E-mail us to apply.
Looking for artists!
The Newtown Community Centre will be hosting another annual series of fun and casual art workshops in October. If you have an art/craft that you’d love to share with others in a 2-3 hour workshop, please contact Anna on 389 4786 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. No experience in teaching necessary, just a keenness to share your craft with others!
Newtown News - August 2014
Read online or pick up a copy of our August edition of the Newtown News celebrating Breastfeeding Awareness Week and Daffodil Day from one of our local cafes or businesses - or come visit us at the Community Centre and get it here!
This year you can celebrate Daffodil Day with Choose Your Challenge and if you're a breastfeeding parent then you can celebrate World Breastfeeding Awareness Week by taking part in the 'Big Latch On' on Friday 1st August, 10:30am at Te Papa.
What's going on in Newtown..
Newtown Community Garden is active now! If you’re keen to get involved come along to Cararra Park (between Owen, Regent and Daniell Sts)every 3rd Sunday through the winter from 3-4pm. Help out with some weeding, planting new seedlings and harvesting anything that’s ready to go. If raining, meet-ups are postponed to the following Sunday. Everyone welcome! For more info email email@example.com or visit their facebook page
Universal Soup Presents... a cosy evening with soup, comfy couches and the incredibly inspiring documentary 'For The Next 7 Generations' that follows the journey of 13 indigenous grandmothers as they are moved to speak for the one's without voices (the animals, plants, water, air and earth) to a world that is in dire need of guidance, laughter and care. Sunday August 24th, at Newtown Community Centre. Doors open at 4pm. Koha only!