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The Clubhouse: Where Creativity Meets Imagination

Clubhouses are creative technology spaces for people aged 10-18 and are totally free to use!

The Clubhouse mission is to provide a creative and safe out-of-school learning environment where young people work with adult mentors to explore their own ideas, develop new skills, and build confidence in themselves through the use of technology.

You can create and have fun with robotics, animation, 3D design, arts & crafts, sound recording, video production, graphic design, game creation and lots more.

Naenae and Taita Clubhouses are part an international community of 100 Clubhouses located in 19 countries. The Clubhouse Network is a program of the Museum of Science, Boston in collaboration with the MIT Media Lab. Find out more about Clubhouses from around the world at The Clubhouse Network.



Naenae Clubhouse

The Naenae Clubhouse

Treadwell Street Hall
Treadwell St
Naenae
Lower Hutt 5011

Opening Hours:
Monday to Friday, 3pm-7pm (During School Term)

Find out what they’ve been up to on The Naenae Clubhouse Facebook!



Taita Clubhouse

The Taita Clubhouse

1199-1201 High St
Taita
Lower Hutt 5011

Opening Hours:
Monday to Friday, 3pm-7pm (During School Term)

Find out what they’ve been up to on The Taita Clubhouse Facebook!





Get involved – become a sponsor or mentor

The Clubhouse programme is fortunate to be funded by Hutt City Council. Your support helps us to stretch these resources to provide more programmes and opportunities for our rangatahi. Contact us to see how you can help.

Our thanks to these local businesses, community groups, and special project mentors for their recent koha and awhi –

  • Volunteer Hutt
  • Kaibosh Food Rescue
  • NZ Football
  • Resene Paints
  • Regional Public Health
  • Max Motors
  • Good Chemistry Catering
  • Kokiri Marae and Whanau Ora
  • Gabby O'Connor
  • Malcolm Angell
  • Morgan Davie
  • Fat Freddy’s Drop
  • St Vincent de Paul Food Bank
  • Iko Iko
  • UNICEF
  • Next Stage Theatre Company
  • Radio New Zealand
  • Sewing Machine Services Ltd, Petone
  • Coca Creative Arts, Massey University
  • Petone Rotary
  • Chimp – greatest street artist in Wellington
  • Bea Joblin
  • Geraldine Brophy
  • Haydn Carter