Nau Mai, Haere Mai! Welcome to Vogelmorn Precinct
we run spaces and events with our community
We’re hiring: become our coordinator!
If you like what you’ve seen at Vogelmorn and want to get in the trenches with us, you should apply for our part-time coordinator role. Read about the job and how to apply.
28th September 2020, 6pm – 8pm, Vogelmorn Bowling Club
Join us for a drink and to hear from James Shaw, Green Party Co-Leader and candidate for Wellington Central. A great opportunity to have the chance to kōrero with James yourself!
Cash bar with all profits supporting the Wellington Greens election campaign.
Facebook Event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/2396368083842715/
RSVP here: https://www.greens.org.nz/meet_james_shaw
Vogelmorn Travel Club
Weekly from Thursday 3rd September from 6.00 – 7.30pm, Vogelmorn Bowling Club
Share stories and pictures (and food)
International tourism is in limbo (and hard to do sustainably in the climate crisis) so we thought we would dust off the photo album and reminisce about some past trips by adventurous locals.
Grab a bite from Damascus Cafe or BYO food/drink and hear from a different traveller each Thursday. Contact email@example.com if you want to share your slideshow and stories!
Vogelmorn’s Best Coffee
If you haven’t already heard, Vogelmorn Community Group are now running their very own ‘community cafe’ out of the former Bowling Club kitchen! (The same location Damascus still use and The Green Cafe once did.)
Open Wednesday to Saturday 8:45am till 12:45pm.
Voting at Vogelmorn
Saturday 10th/11th & 17th October, Vogelmorn Hall
Vogelmorn Hall will host a polling booth on Saturday 10 th & Sunday 11th and on election day, Saturday 17 October.
If you’re interested in working on the elections you can apply to: https://elections.nz/jobs/work-at-the-2020-general-election/.
Sunday 22nd November, 10:00-17:30, Vogelmorn Bowling Club
We are alive at an extraordinary moment in time: It is a time of growing uncertainty, as climate catastrophe looms, the sixth mass extinction accelerates, and the wounds of inequality and inhumanity are laid bare. It is also a time of great possibility when creativity, courage, and collective action can change the political and ecological landscape for future generations. A time when many of us are seeking ways to reconnect to one another and to the living Earth, and to bring forth our particular gifts to contribute.