Stories of the Community Cart
Hutt City Council is inviting rangatahi to share your local stories to bring the community cart to life and inspire us to think about the future we want for our neighbourhoods
Psychedelic: Rock Posters of the 1960s at The Dowse
JEFFERSON AIRPLANE – FRANK ZAPPA – THE GRATEFUL DEAD – THE DOORS These are just a few of the iconic names that graced the mind-bending rock posters plastered across San Francisco at the height of the psychedelic era. Now, over half a century later these very posters are on display at The Dowse Arts Museum in Lower Hutt, in the only collection of its kind in Aotearoa.
Wharenui Harikoa at The Dowse
One of the most vibrant and colourful Wharenui you will ever see is on display at The Dowse Art Museum in Te Awa Kairangi, Lower Hutt.
Little Theatre temporarily closed
The Little Theatre is temporarily closed to allow for asbestos removal.
A suburban whakapapa: Time Capsule: Ans Westra in The Hutt
Recapture memories of day-to-day community life in Naenae with an out of the ordinary exhibition by iconic New Zealand photographer Ans Westra, CNZM, now on display throughout Lower Hutt.
Hutt City Council celebrates progress in 2020-21 Annual Report
Yesterday Hutt City Council unanimously adopted its 2020-21 Annual Report, which acknowledges progress made on key projects despite the ongoing challenge posed by the response to COVID-19.
My Vaccine Pass to be required at most Hutt City Council community facilities
From Friday 3 December, most Hutt City Council community facilities will require visitors to show their My Vaccine Pass as the city moves into the new COVID-19 Protection Framework. This will affect users of Council’s pools, gyms, libraries, museums, and hubs.
Libraries challenge tamariki to read and play this summer
Hutt City Libraries’ popular summer reading challenge for tamariki begins on 1 December!