Water and the preservation of its purity, is the theme of the New Zealand movie “Water Whisperers Tangaroa” screening at the Old School, Stewart Street, this month. Containing beautiful photography of our rivers, lakes and sea, Raglan is featured in this work by award winning film maker James Barnett.
The film celebrates the work of community groups around New Zealand as they help to regain the clarity and remove impurities from our numerous waters’ veins and arteries. In Raglan the works are carried out and cared for by the Whaingaroa Harbourcare. A must see for all conservationists and lovers of beautiful photography.
Dates for the film are November the 20th, at 7.00pm, November 21 at 4.30pm. If there is the demand for it there will be a third session on December 4th at 4.30pm.
Tickets $11 for adults, $6 for children. Viewers may pay with cash or by EFTPOS.
Home – made snacks are for sale and a cash bar for wine and beer sales will be running at Saturday’s and Sunday’s sessions.
As each session seats only 30 people you can book seats by phoning 825 0023 or email email@example.com. Otherwise pop into the Old School on Mondays or Wednesdays between 10am and 2pm Tickets are also available at the door.