Community Centres for Kids

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    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

    "A really nice parkland golf course with some interesting hole layouts and, a well maintained golf course in a quiet area of west Auckland", are visitor comments about Redwood Park Golf Club . Redwood Park Golf Club is located in Swanson, Auckland, on beautiful parkland in the foothills of the Waitakere Ranges. It is a 5 minute walk from the Swanson Train Station on the Western Rail Line, and a 25 minute drive from Central Auckland, via State Highway 16 motorway. It is one of the most affordable... 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

    SPACE NZ Trust works in collaboration with community organisations across New Zealand to offer the Supporting Parents Alongside Childrens Education (SPACE) programme. SPACE is a programme mainly for first time parents and their babies. Sessions run weekly for 3 – 4 terms extending through the first year of your child’s life. SPACE offers parents the opportunity to meet and get to know other new parents; discussions on relevant child development and parenting topics; play sessions with equipment... Read more

    Ruapehu REAP - making our region a thriving hub of lifelong learning Read more

    Kia ora tatou. There are many great reasons why people keep coming back to our centre. We are at the cutting edge of New Zealand Community Education. We are a place where things happen and like minded people can experience the rich diversity of lifelong learning. Quite simply, our Adult Learning Centre does not cost you money – the enrichment you receive will make you money! 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

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    Summer Fun programme throughout East Coast Bays. The TOYVAN visits parks, reserves and beaches throughout East Coast Bays, packed with toys and play equipment. Read more

    With six well-appointed rooms and a welcoming hall available for hire, the Jubilee Building will meet the needs of groups of 6 to up to 300 people for birthday parties, dances, Christmas parties, meetings, training seminars, workshops, community activities and a wide range of social events. Guided by our experienced venue team, we will tailor the best solution for your needs and give you every assistance to help make your event a huge (and stress-free) success. The Jubilee Building offers you: Assistance... Read more

    Through the vision of Whānau Ora, MUMA take an integrated approach to providing services and support for all urban Māori in South Auckland. We collaborate seamlessly with other service providers and each whānau so that together, we can achieve the very best outcomes for that whānau. Whānau and individuals are able to access a range of programmes and services. We work in conjunction with whānau to establish positive long term plans, and can help address immediate concerns and needs. 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

    Kaiapoi's first Montessori preschool and boutique nursery for children 0-6 years. Our teaching team believe in providing a high quality educational programme for children. Children learn in a small calm learning environment. Our teachers are qualified Montessori and or Early Childhood trained teachers. The Montessori programme focuses on promoting children's independence, social skills and care for the environment. Our preschool is located in a 100 year old lovingly restored villa, out outdoor area... 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

    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

    Taupo Parents Centre is a not for profit organisation run by parents for parents. Parents Centre was first established in NZ in 1952 with the Taupo Centre being set up in 1978. The organisation offers four core services to its members and the community - childbirth (antenatal) education, parents support groups, parenting education, and advocacy/lobbying for parents, birthing and families. Our mission is: positive birth experiences and informed parenting in a community where parents are supported... Read more

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    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

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