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A cool kiwi choir singing great kiwi music.
Following their sell-out Queen concert in April, The Wellington Community Choir return to the Citadel to perform music from New Zealand. The concert will feature well-known waiata and popular songs by our iconic songwriters, together with some contemporary songs especially composed for the choir.
This will mark fourteen years of the choir’s life here in Wellington and it will be the last concert to be led by its founding musical director Julian Raphael.
The Wellington Community Choir Welcomes you Home with Songs from our Land
Saturday 24th August, 7:30 at the Salvation Army Citadel,
92 Vivian Street, Wellington
Tickets $20 Adult and $10 Concession
Enquiries to Bam Mare': 021 188 6118
A $100,000 fundraising drive is about to kick off to get two years of naming rights for the Basin Reserve. The move, to rename it Support Women's Sport Basin Reserve, has the support of Wellington Mayor Justin Lester and councillor Fleur Fitzsimons. "We will be sending an important message to girls and women across the world that in Wellington we value the role of women in sport," Fitzsimons said.
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