YMCA for Kids - Clarks Beach (2122)

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Scouts NZ - Western Bays Sea Scouts
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 ...
Bay Roskill Rugby League Sport Club
Bay Roskill Rugby League & Sports Club is an Auckland Rugby League club based in the suburb of Blockhouse Bay in Auckland. Bay Roskill is a family orientated club administered by dedicated volunteers and enjoyed by its community and wider. Bay Roskill is a club that is rich in history and was formed in October 1979 when the Mt Roskill Red Devils and the Blockhouse Bay Cougars amalgamated. Mount Roskill itself was a 1947 amalgamation of the Eden Roskill, Wesley, Mt Roskill clubs. OUR MISSION - To ...
Chocolate Lantern Theatre Company
We are an Onehunga based puppet theatre that also happens to run unique and dynamic drama classes for children 5-9 and 10-14. Our approach to the performing arts is based in community and in exploring theatre with all of our senses. We endeavor to impart to children basic “acting” skills as well as encourage them to develop as artists who are open to inspiration and have the tools to tell their own stories. We want the children to learn to express themselves through drama by creating a safe and ...
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08-02-2017

My 2 boys aged 7 and 9 attended a holiday programme with Chocolate Lantern and loved it. It's amazing ...

Onehunga High School Community Education
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!
Papatoetoe North Kindergarten (formerly Kotiri)
Papatoetoe North Kindergarten (previously known as Kotiri Kindergarten) is a part of the Auckland Kindergarten Association. Our kindergartens provide a safe, nurturing and enriching learning environment for children, our future leaders. The education we provide supports and encourages children to become competent and confident learners. All teaching staff are qualified in early childhood education. They hold a current teacher registration and first aid certificates. We believe a partnership between ...
The Balanced Life
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.
Good Seed Trust
The Good Seeds Children Centre has 80 places 6mths – school. It prides itself on being a family friendly environment for children and their whānau, to develop a strong foundation for their futures. Learning philosophy:  Including Christian principles and teaching in the programme  Children learn through play, children learn best when they are engaged in experiences that they are interested in.  Parents as child’s first teachers, we value the contribution they can make to their child’s ...
Corban Estate Arts Centre
Join us for holiday art classes or after school activities for kids. And we have art workshops for youth during the holidays too. Corban Estate Arts Centre is a creative hub based in the historic site of one of Auckland’s most important winerys. Exhibitions of contemporary art and design, studios, café, and public events, plus art classes for all ages. 10:00am – 4:30pm, 7 days.
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 ...
Auckland Table Tennis Association
The Auckland Table Tennis Association exists to facilitate participation in table tennis in the Central and Eastern Auckland geographic region, and to foster the growth of the sport in Auckland and, ultimately, nationally. The Association caters for all levels of play from the social to the competitive.
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 ...
Oranga Community Centre
Building community in the heart of Oranga and Te Papapa Oranga Community Centre has two focuses, facilitating local community led development, and providing quality custom-built facilities for hire by businesses and community groups. We are located in the beautiful Fergusson Domain with plenty of parking. We have sports fields, netball, tennis courts and a children’s play area. Our facility includes community offices and we are the home of Oranga and Cornwall Park Plunket. At Oranga ...
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.
We are a non-profit, community service and operated by a voluntary committee of members and two paid librarians. Our aim is to provide families in our community with a wide range of high quality, entertaining and educational toys, games, CDs, DVDs, puzzles and much much more. You are welcome to become a member of the Papakura Toy Library if you live in the Papakura district, or surrounding area.
Join the club that connects kids to nature- Forest & Bird’s Kiwi Conservation Club | Hakuturi Toa (KCC) KCC has over 5,000 members throughout New Zealand who receive our Wild Things magazine. The magazines make topics like wild rivers, marine reserves and worms fun for kids using a range of articles, cartoons, games & even plays! In most places around New Zealand, volunteer coordinators (KCOs) also arrange adventures for members to explore their local beaches, forests and everywhere in between. Some ...
We are a voluntary gorup of parents supporting other parents whose children are deaf or hearing impaired. We meet through events aimed at different age groups and keep in touch through monthly newsletters. Our families come from all areas across Auckland and children range in age from babies to secondary school age. A yearly membership fee allows families with deaf or hearing impaired children access to events and activities that are subsidised. Most parents of deaf or hearing impaired children ...
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