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I have listed a meet up for the Kapiti Coast Express Day, lots of photo opportunities.
We will be meeting at the Te Roto Drive Entrance, Paraparaumu at 10am, Saturday the 18th February. Please RSVP here https://www.meetup.com/KCPS-Photography-Meetup-Group/events/237664059/
The Mackays to Peka Peka Expressway is nearly ready to open to traffic, so the M2PP team would like to invite you to the Kāpiti Coast ExpressDay – your chance to experience part of the Expressway before it opens to traffic later in February.
Walk or bus 5 kilometres of Expressway between Te Roto Drive in Paraparaumu, or Te Moana Road in Waikanae. Thanks to the generosity of Mana Coach Services (external link) ExpressTours will run from both sites throughout the day.
The ExpressDay route is open to pedestrians and mobility scooters/wheelchairs on one side and tour buses on the other side. People can also choose to try out 5ks of shared pathway alongside the Expressway.
Start your journey at either Te Roto Drive in Paraparaumu for fun and entertainment, or Te Moana Road in Waikanae, for education and expert speakers.
There’ll be something for all tastes at both sites, including Kāpiti food trucks.
GOLD COIN donation.
More details HERE
10 Friday Feb 2017
It’s that time of year again, our first meeting for 2017 is this Monday 13th February.
Time to discuss and contribute to the planning of our program for this year, such as speakers, Meetup venues, development topics, future exhibitions -We would love you to get your thinking caps on and share your ideas.
There will also be a fun photography quiz at the end.
The following meeting on the 27th February will be our “OPEN NIGHT”, please remember to bring a friend and a matted print of your favorite image to have on display. It will be the same as last year BBQ and nibbles.
Wellington Photography Festival 18th February – 4th March 2017 “PHOTIVAL”
Various locations around Wellington.
Wellington’s first photography festival in over a decade, aims to use photography as social commentary to discuss widely important issues we face in the world today. We are proud to be acting as a bridge between our audiences and many local and international organisations working for positive social change. Visit our About page to see who we’re working with this year. All our exhibitions are free and open to the general public. We will also be hosting a panel discussion.
Visit the homepage http://www.photival.com/#home for links to the events/venues and further information.
If there is one particular exhibition that appeals to most, let me know and we can arrange a meetup.