TERM . TIME

2-5 years

SCIENCE JAM
(Ages 3+)

Join Professor Inventus for wild wonderment and baffling brainstorms. Our next Jam finds out about balloons, baboons, full moons and cartoons.
Each science jam will create cunning questions and conundrums for children. Maybe even a few answers.

  • When: Thursday 19 October
  • Time: 11am-11.30am
  • Where: Capital E, Queens Wharf
  • Price: Free

SHOWTIME WITH PLAYSHOP
(Ages 3+)

Interactive, improvised and themes performances like you’ve never seen before!

  • When:  Friday 22 September
  • Time: 11am-11.30am
  • Where: Capital E, Queens Wharf
  • Price: Free

LULLABY WORKSHOP
(For caregivers of children)

Bring joy and calm to your lives through musical lullabies. Take some time out to learn how to create your own lullaby for you and your child with experienced musician, Jolanta Kossakowska from Poland.

  • When:  Thursday 19 October
  • Time: 7pm -8.30pm
  • Where: Capital E, Queens Wharf
  • Price: $10 per person. Bookings required

YOGA
(Ages 3-5)

Join Urban Yoga in a fun introduction to yoga for young children using music, games, storytelling and more. Come along and enjoy stretching and movement while having fun.

  • When: Mondays, 16 Oct – 27 Nov (excluding Labour Day)
  • Time: 11am-11.30am
  • Where: Capital E, Queens Wharf
  • Price: Free

SING IT OUT!
(Ages 3+)

Sing it out, make rhythms and learn fun action, songs and world music with Lala Simpson from Community Music Junction.

  • When: 12, 19 & 26 September
  • Time: 11am-11.30am
  • Where: Capital E, Queens Wharf
  • Price: Free

SPRIGS OF SPRING
(All ages)

Spring into Spring with us. Let your imagination fly free with our bees and bugs. Picnic and plant with our knitted creations.

  • When:  Now until Saturday 29 September (Mon-Sat)
  • Time: 9.30am-3.30pm (drop in)
  • Where: Capital E, Queens Wharf
  • Price: Free

SONGS OF THE SEA
WAIATA O TE MOANA
(Ages 2 – 7)

Look closely at where the sky meets the sea and you will see something magical! In a fusion of songs, dance, puppets, te reo Maori and English, Songs of the Sea Waiata o te Moana unfolds the mysteries and myths of where the first fish came from. From Ra and Marama (Sun and Moon) to Ite Ika o te Rangi (the Milky Way), colourful puppets and catchy music weave together three stories of the deep.
Written by Peter Wilson, Directed by Jacqueline Coats, Music composed by Stephen Gallagher

  • When: Tuesday – Friday 17 – 27 October
  • Time: 9.30am and 11.00am
  • Where: Hannah Playhouse, 12 Cambridge Tce, Wellington
  • Price: $10 per ticket
  • Limited tickets. Call today to book through Capital E 04 913 3740. Got an ECE or school group? Book by emailing rubyak@experiencewellington.org.nz
6-8 years

SONGS OF THE SEA
WAIATA O TE MOANA
(Ages 2 – 7)

Look closely at where the sky meets the sea and you will see something magical! In a fusion of songs, dance, puppets, te reo Maori and English, Songs of the Sea Waiata o te Moana unfolds the mysteries and myths of where the first fish came from. From Ra and Marama (Sun and Moon) to Ite Ika o te Rangi (the Milky Way), the colourful puppets and catchy music weave together three stories of the deep.

Written by Peter Wilson, Directed by Jacqueline Coats, Music composed by Stephen Gallagher.

  • When: Tuesday – Friday 17 – 27 October
  • Time: 9.30am and 11.00am
  • Where: Hannah Playhouse, 12 Cambridge Tce, Wellington
  • Price: $10 per person
  • Limited tickets. Call today to book through Capital E 04 913 3740. Got an ECE or school group? Book by emailing rubyak@experiencewellington.org.nz
8+ years
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