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Holiday Programmes for ages 5-12
across Wellington! Every holiday,
full-time and part-time options.
Sports! Crafts! Trips! Fun, challenge
and adventure. Call us or visit the
website to fnd out more!
We also do in-
3 day School Holiday International Football Coaching Clinics on Wellington's newest artificial pitch
THE DUTCH TOUCH FOOTBALL CAMPS
JULY 2011 SCHOOL HOLIDAY FOOTBALL CLINICS
BOYS & GIRLS PROGRAMS - AGES 6-13: 18th,19th & 20th July
WHAT: 3 days of 3 hour quality football coaching sessions with our
Internationally qualified coaches from the Netherlands and the USA.
COST: $70 per course (3 hoursx3days) includes camp t-shirt, carry bag,
Powerade drink and individual online player evaluation upon completion of the programme.
WHEN: Mon 18th July to Wed 20th July Sessions: 9:30am to 12:30pm or 2pm to 5pm
WHERE: Wakefield Park, The Parade, Island Bay
ONLINE REGISTRATION: www.wellingtonunited.org.nz
MORE INFORMATION? www.wellingtonunited.org.nz Email: email@example.com
Phone: 0275 563 705 or 528 9444 (Rapha) 021 027 85702 (Mariska)
COACHES: RENALDO RAPHEAL CHRISTIANS: Rapha has extensive coaching
experience from Europe, USA and South Africa, including Tottenham Hotspurs and
PSV Eindoven. He is A UEFA A qualified coach.
MARISKA KOGELMAN: Captain of FC Zwolle in the Dutch Premier League in 2010/11,
Mariska has played for all Netherlands National Youth Selections, under 15, under 17
and under 19's. Mariska is playing for the Wellington United Central League team.
Our age/skill appropriate training is inspired by the Dutch training techniques.
Wellington's only fully international coaching staff were chosen based on their
experience with children as well as their playing and coaching credentials. We
customize our programs to accommodate the needs of our beginning players as well as our
advanced students. This is the only chance in Wellington to receive the most current European
training methods while having a great time with your friends.
GROUP OF 4, $44
CAPITAL E NATIONAL THEATRE
FOR CHILDREN PRESENTS
IN ASSOCIATION WITH ABOUTFACE PRODUCTIONS
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FROM ONLY $2
JULY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
CAPITAL E IS A WELLINGTON
MUSEUMS TRUST FACILITY
BOOKING INFO 04 913 3740
CIVIC SQUARE, WELLINGTON
Turn winter upside down and relax
in the warmth of our summer escape.
OPENS MON 18th JULY
10am -- 4pm
OPENS SAT 16 JULY 2pm
Theatre for Children Inc.
Bookings: (04)934 4068 Tickets $10 : Groups 10+ $9
From the producers of Aladdin 2010 - The Hip Hop Version.
Affordable school holiday fun - with a nose that grows!
MON-FRI 11am / 1pm
Holiday fun for everyone
Holiday fun: Annie Forbes and Tim Denton entertain children with
puppets in the Capital E show Boxes.
Children can take a trip to Mars,
feed the zoo animals or explore
Wellington's wildlife these
At Zealandia children can
explore the sanctuary at night or
indulge in their creative side at
wearable arts workshops. See
Capital E is turning winter
upside down with its Summer
Scorcher event. Enjoy a day by
the sea complete with beach
balls, sandcastles and a
Children can also record their
own television show in Capital
E's television studio or create
3-D games in Capital E's
Theatre production Boxes also
returns to Capital E. This
captivating show features life-
sized puppets Bernie and Elton,
who sort out their differences to
become best friends. See
For the starry-eyed, the Carter
Observatory is offering to take
children on an exploration of
the solar system. Other activities
at the observatory include
sending postcards from Mars
and making a planet. See
At Wellington Zoo children
can learn about how the zoo's
animals adapt to the cold, go on
a photo shoot and take snaps
around the zoo, or help prepare
food and watch the animals eat
it. See wellingtonzoo.com.
The Film Archive in Taranaki
St is screening a collection of
short films for young film
enthusiasts. Screenings run
during both weeks of the
holiday. See nzfa.org.nz.
Be in to win a family pass to
Staglands wildlife park by
entering its photo competition.
During the holidays children are
encouraged to take photos at
Staglands and upload them to
Staglands' Facebook page. See
There are also several theatre
productions for the young and
young at heart.
Kapitall Kids Theatre is
staging The Adventures of
Pinocchio. Join Pinocchio, the
naughty little puppet who tries
to be considerate and kind in his
quest to become a real boy. See
A Knight to Remember is at
Circa Theatre. Follow a noble
knight who is on an important
quest for the Queen. See
Rumpelstiltskin will be getting
up to all sorts of antics at
KidzStuff Theatre. In this
version of the play,
Rumpelstiltskin tries to rescue
Milly, who enters a quest to
become a princess. Phone 385
At Te Papa
children can bring
taniwha to life, go
behind the scenes
of the natural
history sections or
make an erupting
Libraries are holding creative
writing sessions for those who
fancy themselves as authors.
And for the curious there are the
Believe it Or Not sessions,
during which truly weird facts
about the world will be
revealed. The central and
suburban libraries have a range
of activities during the holidays.
To check out what's on at the
library nearest you see
The Royal New Zealand
Ballet is hosting a behind-the-
scenes day on July 20 at the
Museum of City and Sea. Meet
the dancers and hear about a
normal day at the ballet and
plans for the upcoming season
of Sleeping Beauty. This event is
free. See nzballet.co.nz.
For the football fanatics there
are the Dutch Touch Football
Camps. Internationally qualified
coaches Renaldo Rapheal
Christiana and Mariska
Kogelman are running football
coaching sessions at
Berhampore School. See
Kelly Club is running
volleyball, rippa rugby, netball,
soccer, volleyball and mini
olympics sessions. See
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