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Thistle Hall Listings

About us Thistle Hall community venue is an inner city facility with a unique character and history that provides a focal point for community activities. It is a vibrant and busy centre offering a variety of interests to both its local and wider Wellington community.

Thistle Hall is a non-profit community centre, providing accessible services, space and opportunities for social, recreational, cultural, creative, and educational development.

Thistle Hall is governed by a volunteer board of trustees and supported by the Wellington City Council.

Next week at Thistle hall Community Gallery

16 - 25 JUNE 2006 Linda Joy & Billy McGrath

Coming soon. 26 JUNE - 2 JULY 2006 Leone Hall & Jean-Luc Buczinkski

4 - 12 JULY 2006 GUNSLING3R Rach J, Marsh, Kiran_x

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