Tough Guy and Gal Challenge

2020 Rugby Brochure

SHORE DANCE 2020     The Workshop Gym Kids Class_2020

Verrans-Art-Festival           22nd Lakeside Multicultural Festival 2020

2020 Westlake Girls Netbell Coaching Clinc

Rhythmic Gymnastics Open Day! Come along and have a go!

Xtreme Rhythmix is offering a “Have A Go Day” for beginners in rhythmic gymnastics in the Eventfinda Stadium complex on Monday 24th February from 3:30-5:00pm. Come along and learn fun skills with ropes, hoops, balls, clubs and ribbons. See if rhythmic gymnastics is the sport for you! 

Beginner classes are available every day at Eventfinda Stadium and on a range of days at our other facilities (Albany, Glamorgan School, Glenfield College and Marist College in Mt Albert). Email for more information or just turn up on the 24th of February and join in the fun!

Beach Haven Birkdale Fun Run and WalkSunday March 15 – 10.30am – Shepherds Park

Put the date in your diary for a fun filled morning with spot prizes, certificates for every

participant and activities for the whole family before during and after the event.

Gold coin donation raising money towards connecting our parks and making our coastal

walkways more beautiful!!

5km and 1km Courses to choose from

Like us on Facebook – Beach Haven Fun Run for more information and registration

Diversity Festival 2020

Ōtara-Papatoetoe Local Board’s annual signature event is returning in its third year. Diversity Festival a FREE cultural event celebrating south Auckland’s rich diversity through cultural experiences. Our vision is to showcase the area’s magnificent and diverse range of cultures, through music, food and dance.

It will be held on Saturday 22 February 2020 at Hayman Park, Manukau – 12pm to 8.30pm. Diversity Festival is funded by Ōtara-Papatoetoe Local Board and organised by World Council of Sikh Affairs.

Come along to learn about a new culture, taste some exotic food and enjoy fun performances from all the diverse peoples of Ōtara, Papatoetoe and Manukau. There will be performances throughout the day by groups from China, Cambodia, Fiji, India, Samoa, Niue, Tonga and New Zealand. The event is aiming to build a greater cultural awareness within the community.

There will be a participation of various community groups to showcase the culture, tradition, talent, performance and food at the event. We have a programme packed with performances, dance competition, talent show, cultural and fashion show. The event will be judged by prominent public figures. Awards and spot prizes will be given throughout the day.

We wish to invite all schools, performers, ethnic communities, dance groups to participate in the event. The event is FREE for all. To register, visit Auckland Council link –

We are looking to partner with your organisation and want to see if you wish to come onboard with us to deliver this great event. You can assist with your contribution in any of the areas that you feel comfortable in assisting us.



It’s literally legendary! A giant scale puppet show for tamariki with magical glow-in-the-dark characters

from Māori myth and legend. This innovative, cutting edge concept features 40+ glow-in-the-dark pup-
pets under ultraviolet light in a black box theatre environment.

Rich in Te Reo Māori, it’s an upbeat 45-minute show with catchy music that has the audience buzzing from
the onset. There’s an abundance of educational content to unpack for MATARIKI with a Q&A session
afterwards and resources online at

In an ALL NEW SHOW for 2020 show we’re going under the sea! Puhi the Kina goes on a journey of dis-
covery across the Pacific to Aotearoa. Helped by Hiwa-i-te-rangi (the Matariki wishing star) she meets

many delightful (and not so delightful!) characters. He waka eke noa– we’re all in this together!
MATARIKI GLOW SHOW will be at The Bruce Mason Centre, TAKAPUNA, 10am Thursday 28th May!

Term 2 / Week 5

10.00am – 1 show only so don’t miss out!
Show is 45 mins long with a Q&A afterwards – meet the actors!
Tickets $12.50pp (adult same price as child)! Book at
Group Bookings (50+) please call TICKETMASTER: (09) 970-9700
You can email us for more information at

Birkdale North Music Centre 2020 Enrolments Open & free Instrument Experience session

We have a free Instrument Experience session on 16th of November from 11:00 am to 12:20 pm Saturday. Come along to view and try the instruments we offer lessons for, teachers will be available to demonstrate and discuss each instrument and lesson options.

Birkdale North Music Centre is funded by the Ministry of Education and provides kids with inexpensive music classes held on Saturday mornings.

The Music Centre is for all children from school year 1 to year 8. We teach recorder, keyboard, clarinet, trombone, trumpet, saxophone, flute, violin, cello, guitar, drum, ukulele and vocal classes. The children can also join our choir, orchestra and jazz band.

The annual membership fee for tuition is $100 per instrument.

Birkdale North Music Centre, 213 Birkdale Road
Now open for 2020 enrolments at

Highbury Book Club 7-8:30pm, Last Tuesday of the month.

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