What’s On

Waiheke has been in level 3 restrictions since 11.59pm on Tuesday 21 September and although the Government indicated some “step 1” restrictions were relaxed from 11.59pm on Tuesday, 5 October, hospitality venues, event facilities and social gatherings of up to 50 people will not be allowed until “step 3” of level 3. Although these listings were correct at the time Gulf News went to print, there is as yet no dates set for these further steps and restrictions could well be extended further. Please contact any event organisers for more information. For latest alert level information go to www.covid19.govt.nz

GENERAL INFO

Waiheke Library: Closed until level 3 step 2 

Waiheke RSA: Closed until restrictions allow for reopening.

Citizens Advice Bureau: Open via phone 372 8640 or email waiheke@cab.org.nz  from 10am to 1pm.

Need a Justice of the Peace: JP Services are not available face to face – if you have an urgent requirement to provide certification of documents or make a Statutory Declaration while under COVID-19 Alert levels please contact one of the Justices listed here – https://jpauckland.org.nz/electronic-certification-of…/

Contactless Rescued Food Available: If you’re in need of support, come pick up rescued food from Waiheke Sustainability Centre’s community fridge and pantry (accessible 24/7). Food is dropped off around midday, and if you have excess food you’re welcome to donate it to the fridge! www.facebook.com/kaiconsciouswaiheke

Whittakers Musical Museum: Closed until restrictions allow for reopening.  

Museum and Historic Village: Closed until restrictions allow for reopening  

Waiheke Dirt Track Club: Closed until restrictions allow for reopening.  

The Judder Bar at The Carpark Café: Closed until restrictions allow for reopening.  

Club Waiheke: Closed until restrictions allow for reopening. 

Thursday 21 October

Pestival Waiheke 2021 Online: 6pm to 7.30pm. Webinar ID: 863 1722 5161 Passcode: 136895. See story page 43.  

Coming Events

Waiheke Sports Teams: Want to get involved with a team  on Waiheke? Find out about more than a dozen sports organisations at waihekesports.wixsite.com/mysite

Treasure Hunt – Monday 11 October to Sunday 24 October. A fun, safe, and challenging adventure for Waiheke locals during level 3. After the success of her Whakanewha event, Bright Active’s Posy Valentino has made the clues and the website is now live for the treasure hunt around Te Toki Reserve. For the treasure hunt instructions see brightactive.co.nz/treasure

Pestival Waiheke 2021 Online: Thursday 28 October, 6pm to 7.30pm, Rat Genetics with Rachel Fewster. See story page 43. Session details at https://waihekecollective.org/events/pestival-waiheke-2021. 

Waiheke’s Energy Future: Morra Hall, Friday 29 October, 7pm to 8.30pm. Free community event held by Waiheke Energy Centre. Sign up at www.wec.nz

Community Hui: Sunday 31 October, 3pm-4pm. Join Auckland Central MP Chlöe Swarbrick and guests for an online hui to discuss, dream and reimagine life on Waiheke. What do we love and want to see more of, and what are the challenges? What does prioritising our people and our planet look like on and around the island? Chlöe will be joined by local guests to have a kōrero about our neighbourhood and ask for your feedback. Register at chloeswarbrick.co.nz.

The Spirit of Waiheke Christmas Show: Friday 10 December at Artworks Theatre, 7pm to 10pm. Gala opening night, cocktails, canapes, dessert. Entertainment, performance, auction. $100 per person. Saturday performance, Artworks Theatre, 11 December 2021, 4pm to 5pm. Tickets adults $20, $10 per child. •