Is it Sunday night again, ALREADY?! I’m pretty sure having a weekly deadline like this makes the weeks seem like they are going faster…
On Monday, Eugenie Sage is hosting “Achieving a Compact Christchurch”. It’ll all be about the Land Use Recovery Programme and will feature Dr Stacy Rendall.
There is a group exhibition entitled The Personal is Political opening in Wellington on Tuesday. The launch event is 5.30-8.00pm that night and the exhibition runs until the 23rd. It explores the concept encapsulated in its title. NEAT! Feminist art!
The Dalai Lama continues his tour of New Zealand this week, with stops in Dunedin on Tuesday and Auckland on Wednesday. In Dunedin he’ll be talking about ‘Ethics for a Whole World’ and in Auckland, ‘The Path to Happiness.’
If you are interested in fossil fuels and climate change and the like then you have probably already heard of Bill McKibben and possibly even read this. You’ll also be pleased to hear that 350 have brought Bill McKibben to New Zealand to present his Do The Math tour. He’ll be in Auckland on Tuesday, Dunedin on Wednesday and Wellington on Thursday.
AND the Do The Math documentary will be showing in Tauranga on Wednesday. Guest Speaker: Andrew Martin, author, founder of Oneness Publishing, and editor of Tomorrow’s Business.org. Entry:$5.00-$10.00 donation includes light supper, proceeds to 350.org.
JustSpeak has its third and final panel discussion in the Unlocking Prisons series in Wellington on Wednesday. “Should alternatives be the mainstream” will look at creative solutions for the future. These have been a really excellent and informative series, so if you haven’t been along yet, make sure you get to this one. It’s from 6.00pm at St Johns In The City As always, Auckland will get it a week later.
There are a bunch of Labour Fundraisers happening this week. Including The New Lynn LECs screening of The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel on Monday at Westwind Theatre – 177 Riversdale Road, Avondale at 6.30pm. They always put on a great roast beforehand too-it’s a lovely evening. Call Sue on 827 3064 for tickets. Cost – $25.00 ($20.00 unwaged).
Then on Saturday, Northcote Labour is having a screening of The Great Gatsby at the Bridgeway. Tickets are $25 and includes a glass of wine or orange juice. Please transfer money for tickets to: NZLP Northcote – 38 9009 0627732 00. Put your full name as a reference. Call or text – Richard 021 025 11393 Nick 021 027 34378 for bookings.
Also on Saturday night is the Henderson-Massey Quiz Night hosted by Phil Twyford. Entry only $10 each or $50 for a full team of 6, with a variety of prizes, nibbles, and a cash bar, all proceeds go to mounting the campaign and getting our the Labou Team elected to the Henderson-Massey Local Board. Kick off is at 7.30pm at the St Johns Hall, Edmonton Road, Te Atatu South. Facebook event: www.facebook.com/events/481741451893388
There is a Sandringham Food and Spices Tour happening on Saturday. Yum. Find out the food secrets of Sandringham. Visit 6 restaurants and 3 spice markets. Bookings essential: firstname.lastname@example.org or 09 846 6649.
Last but not least, if you haven’t seen already Martyn is doing his bit to try to raise some money for Lifewise and all the wonderful work they do towards ending homelessness. All donations are gratefully appreciated. You can support him here.
As always, any events that you’ve got coming up, please drop us a line so that we can include them in our line up.
Have a great week y’all!