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    Established by Eve Gordon and Mike Edward in 2009, The Dust Palace is New Zealand's pre-eminent circus theatre company. Our aim is to create tour-able circus theatre, taking stories from Aotearoa around the world; and to foster circus and physical performance and practitioners in Auckland and Aotearoa New Zealand. First gaining attention for provocative and political burlesque shows the Dust Palace has progressed toward creating more integrated narrative based works as our company and audience ... Read more profile has grown, which is at the core of what we do. Having toured extensively both nationally and internationally with our 13 full length theatre works, we have been focussed on growing an audience for circus theatre and on innovating circus as an art form. From our early cabaret-style works we have been introducing our audiences to a more sophisticated, genre-bending blend of circus and physical theatre; challenging and engaging diverse audiences as well as providing mind-blowing entertainment! We ...

    Dianne provides music lessons on a range of instruments for small groups or individuals, including ukulele, guitar, piano and violin. Dianne has qualifications in piano (ATCL, AIRMTNZ) , theory and violin. She performs regularly in her band entitled Dianne Morgan and the Jade River Ukes for community events, private functions and on riverboat tours. She is also a trained primary school teacher (BEd. Primary) and has taught music to children and adults over the last 30 years. Ukulele classes are ... Read more held at Totara Park Village Hall on Tuesday afternoons. Beginner children at 3:15pm for 30 minute classes ($5) and more experienced Maestro children at 4pm for 45 minute class ($7.50). Adults are catered for with Absolute Beginner classes at 2:30pm for 45 minutes ($7.50) for the first time ukulele student. Additional adult classes are at 1:30pm and 5:30pm for students who have covered the basic chords and are ready to spread their wings to more complex songs, chords and riffs. Have just added ...

    Overall rating: 5 (out of 5)  

    Dianne Morgan's Ukulele classes

    20-05-2017 by Dr. Cathie Koa Dunsford

    I have attended Dianne Morgan's ukulele classes for a year and been deeply impressed with her musical skills and ability to encourage students of all ages in a supportive and friendly environment. We play at many community events and this up skills the ukers as well as bringing joy to others. Her classes are affordable for all and great value. I highly recommend them. Players come from kaipara, kaiwaka and Takatu and drive miles for their ukulele fun. Come join us. Great for your health and well being as well as having fun performing, should you choose to do so.

    Packed to the rafters with historic vehicles, tractors and machinery - Feilding's Coach House Museum is home to an outstanding collection of rural New Zealand Heritage that will entertain young and old alike for between 1-3 hours. Over 140 years of Manawatu settlement, vehicle and farming history are presented in informative and highly visual displays. There are a number of vehicles that little visitors can 'have-a-go' on such as cracking a whip on a horse-drawn gig, or climbing aboard an authentic ... Read more stage coach, pumping water with a whim and pressing buttons to make things go. Pack a family ploughman's picnic to enjoy with a tea/coffee in our sunny foyer area before exploring the gallery. Or alternatively take the short walk into town and visit the many local cafe's, bakeries or the award-winning Feilding Farmers market on a Friday. Our all-weather Museum is open 7 days 10 am - 4 pm and is a great opportunity to introduce your children to the way things were back in the 'olden days.' Visiting ...

    FUN & RELAXED AFTER SCHOOL CARE - ACTIVE HOLIDAY PROGRAMMES & TEACHER ONLY DAYS Children get to experience a wide range of activities from adventure, sports, art & crafts to excursions in the Wanaka community and an appreciation for our natural playground. We ensure that every child has something available to suit their individual skills and hobbies as well as opportunities to try new and exciting things! AFTER SCHOOL CARE We collect your children from school, provide them with afternoon ... Read more tea and organise activites to give your kids engaging and memorable experiences. We do not believe that one size fits all, so children are not obliged to participate in activities that they are not up to. We pride ourselves on creating a programme that is responsive to each and every childs needs while encouraging them to get outside and try new things. We aim to have something for everyone! We want the best experience for every child and our qualified staff have a range of skills to ensure that ...

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    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 ... Read more foster, promote and develop all sports within the club structure. - To encourage educational and life skills to all members which will create a positive and progressive approach to life. - To promote and develop all junior sport in conjunction with Primary and Secondary schools to implant firmly the ideas of good sportsmanship, teamwork, honesty, courage and respect for authority and others. - Building partnerships to encourage more community groups to participate in our community club activities ...

    • 1 Weka Street, Miramar (6022), Wellington Region

    NEW! Don't miss our new extension Window into Workshop! Address: Corner of Camperdown Rd and Weka St, Miramar, Wellington Directions (By bus, car or foot)! Hours: Seven Days a Week, 9am - 5:30pm Driving? 20 minutes from central Wellington. Free street parking. For buses, we have a dedicated drop off and pick up point outside the Weta Cave on Camperdown Road. If this space happens to be full, buses can alternatively drop off visitors on Darlington Road. Visitors can then use the pedestrian crossing. For ... Read more private vehicles, parking is available in the surrounding streets, within 5 minutes walk. Bus route 2: Get off at Camperdown Rd Groups of 10 or more: Please call in advance to make bookings. Entry: Free (except Window into Workshop) Experience The Weta Cave Come and visit the Weta Cave in Miramar, Wellington. The Weta Cave screens a first-ever behind-the-scenes look at Weta and interviews with Weta co-founders Peter Jackson, Richard Taylor, Tania Rodger and Jamie Selkirk. We give you exclusive ...

    Gumdiggers Park is an authentic Kauri gum digging site over 100 years old. Go back in time when Maori, European and Dalmatian people formed the gum digging culture and see the basis for one of the biggest industrial booms in New Zealand's history. With an audio visual presentation and information spots along the way, you'll learn about the cataclysmic events which could have caused kauri forest destruction. Explore ancient buried Kauri forests where you can touch and feel logs that are over 100,000 ... Read more years old! See a gumdiggers’ village, equipment and recreated shelters. The park also has a unique Northland gecko enclosure where our rare Northland green geckos can be viewed up close. Explore the eco trail, learn about unique flora and fauna, see some real NZ wildlife or relax in the picnic area. THE WALKS: GUMDIGGERS DISCOVERY TRAIL: Takes around 20 - 30 minutes and includes the Gumdiggers’ Village, The Gumstore, Hoggard Hut Info Display, Gumdigging Equipment, Giant Gum ...

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    Waiuku Museum was established almost 50 years ago in the old Waiuku Fire Station. Over the years the collection has been maintained by volunteers, and this is still the case. Below is a brief summary of what is available at the museum. We have permanent displays and changing exhibitions of local history. This includes historic buildings on the Tamakae Reserve. The historic buildings include the Second Maioro School, Pollok Cottage and Hartmann House. The museum caters for school and other ... Read more groups, by prior arrangement. The museum can provide assistance with local genealogy and historic research. There are also souvenirs and books for sale. The museum is run and staffed by volunteers from the local area. We are located in the centre of Waiuku in the Tamakae Reserve, at 13 King Street, Waiuku. The museum charges a nominal entry fee of $3 per adult and $1 per child. This goes towards the up-keep and maintenance of the buildings and collection, as the museum receives limited ...

    We are Hawkes Bay's #1 Cheerleading Club. We offer classes for all ages and abilities no previous experience necessary. We are Hawkes Bay's BIGGEST and most SUCESSFUL cheer and tumbles gym. We compete nationally and have represented NZ in 2016 placing 4th at a USA competition. Come see what all the excitement is about and try cheerleading for FREE right here at Bay City Cheerleaders All our coaches are USASF credentialed and are safety certified.

    This international life skills programme for children helps build confidence and self esteem through the medium of drama. We operate in most areas of new Zealand and have just celebrated our 20th birthday. Please see our website for all our details and a wonderful video explaining our classes. Confident children excel in all areas of life, feeling good about yourself is the key to being happy and successful. Our after school classes run for one hour each week of the school term. Our teachers are ... Read more highly qualified, love working with children and encourage the use of imagination and description. We offer a safe and fun environment where students can explore ideas and imagination without ridicule or peer pressure. each lesson is a highly structured part of our curriculum developed by our team in the United Kingdom. Classes are well managed and organised to ensure everyone can learn at their own pace. Not that the children realise this, they simply have lots of fun. Each year we have student ...

    John offers a FREE first / introductory lesson! English Price Guide Online Lessons Price Guide Primary $40.00 $30.00 Secondary $40.00 $30.00 NCEA Level 1 $40.00 $30.00 Adult/Casual $40.00 $30.00 Special Needs Price Guide Online Lessons Price Guide Primary $40.00 $30.00 Secondary $40.00 $30.00 Adult/Casual $40.00 $30.00 Literacy Price Guide Online Lessons Price Guide Primary $40.00 $30.00 Secondary $40.00 $30.00 NCEA Level 1 $40.00 $30.00 Adult/Casual $40.00 $30.00 Map Location Map ... Read more for John (Mr) Share E-mail Scientifically researched foundation education Prosodic Learning Language and linguistics For 1. Learning English 2. Specific Learning Disabilities Dyslexia Dyspraxia A.d.h.D Down Syndrome Auditory Processing Disorder Working memory disorder Tutoring Experience: I am a former specialist language teacher, school principal and education researcher. I have a friendly manner, and children communicate well with me. I teach in homes. I also teach ...

    Winton Library is the main branch of Southland District Libraries. We have branches in Lumsden, Te Anau, Otautau, Riverton, Wyndham, and Stewart Island. In addition we operate a Mobile Library service throughout Southland. We offer school holiday programs at most of our branches and a Summer Reading Challenge from December through to January. Through term time there are Craft Clubs, Wriggle and Rhyme sessions for babies and toddlers, and Book Discussion groups. All of our Libraries supply free ... Read more wifi 24/7 as well as free access to computers. Visit us on Facebook for current news

    LCF Fun Language programs are designed to give children the confidence to speak in either French, Spanish, Mandarin Chinese, Japanese or English. Similarly adults can attend LCF Fun Language courses that will encourage them to speak a foreign language like a native! Children learn through a combination of drama, storytelling, songs, craft and games. They rapidly acquire enough knowledge and confidence to enjoy using the language for communication and expression. Language teaching resources ... Read more are also available for schools, specialist and non-specialist language teachers.

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    We invite children to come along and experience the delights of learning a second language. Lots of fun games and activities, to get the children speaking. To reinforce the learning we have a super interactive website with interactive animated video clips, challenging games, stories and songs. Children are immersed in the language and it's a very sociable activity. Come along and meet new friends.

    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 enjoy, and also keeps a pristine heritage copy for future generations through the McNab New Zealand Collection. Libraries can be found in the City, Mosgiel, Port Chalmers, Blueskin Bay and Waikouaiti; along with two book buses that visit a wide variety of areas throughout Dunedin. For more information visit the website.

    Flaxmere Library is a wonderful community library in Hastings. It offers a wide range of library services including lending, computer access and community programmes.

    • State Hwy 1 Winchester, Temuka (7920), Canterbury Region

    Independent Boarding and Day School for Boys in Years 4-8.

    We operate a Cadet Drum Corp at the TMC Upper Hutt. We have snare, tenor and bass drum lessons, with marching involved too. Ages 12 1/2 to 18 years Open to all genders. Meet 6.30pm to 8.30pm on Mondays ( school term only ).

    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 ... Read more nurturing environment for them to explore who they are in this fast changing world. The classes are fun, imaginative and the students help to develop performances. Both tutors have over 20 years of theatre and teaching practice between us, we are performers and creators and want to encourage the next generation in being confident, creative and strong contributors to the arts and society. We have studied to masters level and continue to practice in the field we have chosen to teach in.

    Overall rating: 5 (out of 5)  

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    08-02-2017 by Janine

    My 2 boys aged 7 and 9 attended a holiday programme with Chocolate Lantern and loved it. It's amazing how much they loved "telling" a story with puppets. It gave them an alter ego and they were free to not be themselves. Nicci and Dawn are fun but quiet and patient at the same time and draw stuff out of the kids without them even knowing it's happening. This is a very unique child led programme and worth investing in.

    Cook Learn Love provides hands-on and interactive cooking classes for adults and children in a friendly and relaxed environment. Available now in New Plymouth: Cooking Classes, Classes for Special Events, Children’s Sessions, Private Tuition and Gift Vouchers.

    Ruby Jude mix media Artist runs her own studio and art gallery creating art and offering lessons to both children and adults. Children's class's $90per term Wednesday's 4 till 5pm. Encouraged to create from their heart given freedom and encouragement to express themselves through a variety of media each term students take a framed piece of their art home. Some of the children have been attending art class for over a year they love it so much !!!

    We run ultimate messy play sessions and classes for kids under 5. Exploring goop, foam, rice, ice and more in a jam packed hour of fun exploration and creativity. Developmentally vital for growing young minds :) best of all mums you don't need to clean up the mess after

    Diane Radford of Voice and Performance offers Speech New Zealand and Trinity College London Certificate and Diploma training in Speech and Drama, as well as professional training in Voice, Clear Speech, Presentation Skills, Performing, Effective Speaking and Storytelling. Contact Diane Radford for a free consultation.

    West End Scout Group is the oldest surviving Scout Group in Palmerston North. Come join in the fun and adventure! Scouts is for all girls and boys and offers fun and challenging activities, unique experiences, the chance to help others and have a positive impact in their communities and beyond. Young people develop skills including teamwork, leadership, self-motivation and resilience, cultural awareness and commitment. A great place to make new life long friends. For Girls and Boys, ages ... Read more 5-15 Keas: ages 5-7 (year 1-3) Mondays 5.30- 6.30pm Cubs: ages 8-10 (year 4-6) Wednesdays 6.30 -8pm Scouts: ages 11-15 (year 7-10) Thursdays 6.30 -8.30pm

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    Open daily 10am to 4.30pm (closed Good Friday and Christmas Day). The Taupo Museum two art galleries feature both local and touring exhibitions and change every six weeks. Local history displays, gift shop and the wharenui (Meeting House), Te Aroha o Rongokeihume with Ora, the Garden of Wellbing offer a one off experience for visitors to Taupo that is not to be missed.

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