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Thistle Hall Closure - Earthquake strengthening update

Thistle Hall Closure
Earthquake strengthening update

It looks like earthquake strengthening will be finished in October of this year.

We would love to hear from you if you would like to exhibit in the Gallery or become a Regular User of our Upstairs Hall or Meeting Room. Please note we are not accepting bookings from casual users just yet.

Here's how to apply:
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Gallery Exhibitors
Deadline for Submissions: Monday 4 August, 12 noon
For these weeks in 2014:
3 - 9 November
10 - 16 November
17 - 23 November
24 - 30 November
1 - 7 December
8 - 14 December
15 - 21 December
1. Please download and read the Hire Terms and Conditions and Application Form (scroll to bottom of page)
2. Please complete the Application Form and email or post to us.
3. We will review the applications and get back to you by August 15, 2014.
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Upstairs Hall - Regular User
Deadline: Monday 4 August, 12 noon
From November 3, 2014
1. Please email us for an Application Form and Hire Terms and Conditions
2. Please complete the Application Form and email or post to us.
3. We will review the applications and get back to you by August 15, 2014
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Meeting Room - Regular User
From November 3, 2014
1. You don't need to complete an application form. Please email us to let us know what days and times you would prefer. Please also let us know your preferred start date.

WW1 - alternative viewpoints
Do you want to present an alternative point of view to the mainstream WW100 Centenary Programme? We invite expressions of interest from groups and individuals who would like to use Thistle Hall, in April 2015, to share their work and encourage wider community involvement. We are a Community Centre located in central Wellington, upper Cuba Street. We have a large hall, a gallery and a small meeting room available for use. You may, for example, want to curate or participate in an art exhibition, hold discussions and debates or stage a theatrical or dance production.

Please get in touch:
Email: office@thistlehall.org.nz
Phone: 04 384-3088
Post: Thistle Hall Community Venue, PO Box 9714, Wellington
Website: www.thistlehall.org.nz

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