Community Activities for Kids

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    Here at Creative Matters we value the entire creative process. We encourage participants to be creative, to try new things, to develop their skills, to work positively with others and above all, have fun in a safe, nurturing environment. At Creative Matters, we believe the seed of creativity lives in all of us. Our range of after school and holiday workshops, programmes and do-it-at-home box kits are designed to nurture that creative seed; developing imagination, critical and creative thinking... Read more

    Built in 1897, Ponsonby Community Centre was initially a school. It was purchased by Auckland City Council in 1958 for use as a hall. The Centre has been rebuilt and completely refurbished since a fire in August 1999. Since 1990, the Centre has offered expanded services including children's and adult education, events and programmes, community group meetings, as well as being a venue for hire. We offer: Yoga classes, AA and NA meetings, Toastmaster, Essentially men groups, kids Baking classes,... Read more

    First Week Free

    1ST WEEK FREE (NEW ENROLMENTS BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL CARE) Examples: If you are enrolled for 1 x after school care per week you receive 1 x free after school care session on your first week, if you are enrolled 5 x after school care you receive 5 x free after school care sessions on your first week and so on. * Your first weeks care will be credited to your account - non transferable to cash

    Looking for fun, fitness and facility hire in Mt Albert, Auckland? Youll find it all at Mt Albert Community and Leisure Centre managed by YMCA. We reckon that strong families have fun and stay healthy together. The fitness facilities and programmes on offer at the YMCA Mt Albert Community and Leisure Centre will help to get your family moving together, with sports for kids like gymnastics, basketball and dance, group fitness classes and a range of membership options to suit your needs. Its... Read more

    I provide individuals, couples and group therapy for young children through to older adults with a wide range of emotional and life problems. My interactive, reality-based approach emphasizes forming a trusting relationship to uncover and understand the positive and negative factors in your life. Helping clients to achieve their goals and equip them with more mental and emotional skills so that they can see themselves, others and life with more clarity and from many different perspectives. Read more

    The Kawai Purapura Retreat Centre centre has grown steadily over the past five years, becoming one of New Zealand’s most popular destinations for retreats, conferences and seminars in natural health, environmental awareness and personal development. Our name: Kawai Purapura’s name signifies the nexus point between the past and the future. Kawai is the memory, the ancestry, the tracing of the lineage from the past. Purapura is the seed of the future. Our vision: Our vision is to create a healing... Read more

    Our mission as a community based non-for-profit is to "build strong kids, strong families and strong communities". Our After School Care programmes serve fifteen schools around Tauranga Primary Schools: Welcome Bay Selwyn Ridge Maungatapu Tauranga Primary Gate Pa Greerton Village Greenpark Merivale Oropi Kaimai Bethlehem Bellevue Otumoetai Primary Intermediate Schools: Tauranga Intermediate Otumoetai Intermediate We are a provider of educational and developmental programmes... Read more

    Community Youth Support Services

    Multiples Canterbury (formally the Christchurch Multiple Birth Club) was established over 40 years ago and is a parent-led support network supporting families in their journey from expecting to raising twins, triplets and quadruplets. The Club is run by a committee which volunteers its time to provide support, education and friendship to other members to help them cope with unique situations that arise when you have more than one baby at a time. We currently have well over 300 families in... Read more

    Lake House Arts Centre is located on Fred Thomas Drive in Takapuna and is housed in a beautiful 19th Century Edwardian/Victorian heritage building that once stood on Takapuna Beach as well as barrack buildings from WWII previously situated on Fort Takapuna. The Lake House has a constantly changing exhibition programme, a café with delicious homemade fare, artists studio’s and a vibrant and varied arts education programme with something for every member of the family, including weekend workshops,... Read more

    Bright Futures is a service under the umbrella of the Napier Family Centre – a not for profit organisation committed to assisting families to be the best family they can be through household budget advice, counselling, parenting advice and our work with children and youth. Bright Futures established in 1994, is passionate about providing families with affordable home based childcare and education for pre-school children across Napier, Hastings and Central Hawke's Bay. Our team work to build responsive... Read more

    Discover Rotorua's rich culture, volatile landscape and dramatic history in this world-class museum. Innovative exhibitions, fascinating cinema experiences and informative guided tours enable visitors to discover the amazing stories of this unique region. Watch the Rotorua Stories film to discover the scientific and mythological reasons for Rotorua's volatile landscape, or visit the poignant Maori Battalion Cinema to learn about the heroic soldiers in World War II. Meet famous leaders, legendary... Read more

    Titirangi Community House, in the heart of Titirangi, is located within the Titirangi Memorial Park and access is gained via South Titirangi Road. The main car park area (which is home to the famous Titirangi Market on the last Sunday of every month) provides access to the Community House, the Memorial Hall, Titirangi Library and the local play centre. We run a comprehensive Community Education programme including fitness, art and craft, mothering and antenatal and special interests. We also offer... Read more

    Community Youth Support Services

    The Diabetes NZ Auckland Branch network of support groups spreads across the Auckland region. If you would like to attend a meeting, please call the coordinator on the link. Read more

    Adventure Plus! Scouting is all about challenging and developing youth. Western Bays Sea Scouts welcomes girls and boys aged 6 to 18, and is part of the world-wide Scouting movement. All ages go camping, tramping and learn lots of practical skills while also having fun. Scouts and Venturers (ages 10+) learn to sail, and attend local, regional and national regattas and adventure camps. Setting and achieving goals is encouraged for all youth members through the award scheme. Teamwork and leadership... Read more

    BB is an ACTION PACKED programme geared for young kiwi guys. BB is an adventure based programme for 6 to 18 year olds and a lifestyle training ground for growing up young boys into mature Kiwi men. 14th BB is supported by the Beckenham Methodist church and is part of a NZ wide network. BB offers a well-balanced fun filled programme for young guys. BB is a Christian based organisation that hopes to advance Christ’s Kingdom among boys. Why not join the thousands of men who have grown up through... Read more

    Alliance Francaise Wellington works to promote French Culture, in the wide sense of Francophony. We act to develop the teaching and learning of French, and encourage communication between Francophones, Francophiles and all New Zealanders through a modern cultural and education programme. Founded in 1908, the Alliance Franaise Wellington belongs to a network of 850 Alliances Franaises in the world, the world's largest network of French language schools and cultural centres. We are located on the... Read more

    Hay Park is a free playgroup that is situated in the grounds of Hay Park Primary School and we would love for any new families and whānau to join us. The playgroup provides a fun and friendly atmosphere where children and their families can learn and play alongside others, make new friends, support each other and be involved in the running of playgroup. Hay Park Playgroup celebrates all cultures and ethnicities, we believe it enhances and nurtures the teaching, sharing and learning that takes place... Read more

    School holiday programmes lower hutt for 5-14year old children Kids Domain has been operating since 2002 when the Lower Hutt centre opened. The Stokes Valley centre has been operating since 2006. Check out our holiday programmes on our website and secure your spots now EARLYBIRD SPECIALS PAYMENT PLAN OPTIONS WORK AND INCOME SUBSIDIES Kids Domain have 6 programmes operating: Stokes Valley Before School Care Stokes Valley After School Care Stokes Valley Holiday Programme Lower Hutt... Read more

    Napier Libraries aim to provide safe and welcoming community spaces, where the informational, recreational and educational needs of everyone are met with free and personalised service. Storytimes are held at Taradale Library at 10:30am on Tuesdays, and Napier Library at 10:30am on Fridays Children's programmes are held every school holidays. Read more

    The Library, often described as the living room of the city, provides a range of inviting physical and virtual spaces, and offers open access to information, education, ideas and works of the imagination across generations. A regular collaborator with local writers and arts organisations, the public libraries hosts and publicises author talks, workshops and supporting book launches. The libraries ensure that the published work of Dunedin writers is well represented on the shelves for customers to... Read more

    Brain Play teaches science & technology classes to Kiwi kids & families! We run after-school classes, holiday programmes, online classes, and pop up events at libraries, schools, and community centres. Book for a free trial after-school, a one off event (sometimes free for the community), or our ongoing after-school classes. Topics include coding, robotics, 3D printing, animation, game design & all things STEAM! Read more

    Community Community Centres

    Open in school terms: Morning sessions : Mon - Fri 9.30 - 12.00 Afternoon sessions: Wed 12.30 - 03.00 Come along with your children (age 0-5 years old). Good place for children to play and parents to make new friends. First 3 visits are free (no commitment), very affordable fee $45 per term per family. Read more

    Te Tuhi's name was gifted by local tangata whenua Ngāi Tai and is in reference to their ancestor Manawatere a great explorer who signalled his arrival in Aotearoa New Zealand by making his tuhi, or mark, on a pohutukawa tree using karamea, a red ochre. Te Tuhi, strives to live up to this legacy of exploration by being one of New Zealand’s foremost contemporary art spaces known for its core function of commissioning ambitious new artworks by a diverse selection of artists. The organisation is also... Read more

    Music Lessons Online or Pukekohe Auckland - Singing Lessons / Vocal Coaching, Ukulele Lessons, Music Theory, Songwriting, Performance and Confidence Read more

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