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"Kāpiti Coast District Libraries will always be a place of joy and discovery, enriching the lives and cultural experiences of our community."  

Membership - Update

From 1 October 2014, anyone living, working, owning property or studying on the Kāpiti Coast can join the Kāpiti Coast District Libraries at no charge and use the resources of all of our SMART libraries.

Horowhenua residents who do not meet the above criteria can still join Kāpiti Coast District Libraries and enjoy free use of all of our services and resources.

Anyone who is not in either of these categories can either join Kāpiti Coast District Libraries as a subscription member ($60 for six months or $120 per annum per household), or pay $2 per item issued. 


     


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Celebrate Movember at Kāpiti Coast District Libraries

  


This Week in NZ History

October 24 1913

Events in Wellington on and around 24 October marked the beginning of the Great Strike of 1913 – a bitter two-month struggle that would ultimately involve 16,000 unionists around the country. For several weeks the country was on the brink of violent revolution.

 

 

Image: Alexander Turnbull Library

The Historical Photograph Collection holds a range of interesting images of local people, places and events - including these early photographs of Paraparaumu School. If you would like to see more of our collection - contact the Heritage & Māori Collections Co-ordinator.

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Te Kupu o te Wiki
Word of the Week

homai - pass/give (to me)   

“Homai te pakipaki” literally translates from Maori as “give the clap”. It is a phrase frequently used by the host to encourage the audience to show their appreciation for a guest speaker by giving them a round of applause.