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Celebrate Children’s Day at The Groynes!

Celebrate Children’s Day at The Groynes!

He taonga nui a tatou tamariki Celebrating our greatest treasure, our children

Sunday November 2, 2003, 11am – 3pm at the Groynes Postponement date: November 9, 2003, 11am - 3pm

For fun and free activities The Groynes will be a great place to head to on Sunday 2nd November, for Children’s Day 2003. Children and adults will be entertained with the wide variety of activities, including live stage performances, a noddy train, bouncy castle, boating, kayaking & canoeing on the lake, face-painting, storytelling, kites to fly, and much more!

Children’s Day 2003 will be based on the theme “Children’s Health”. To promote active and healthy living there will be a variety of free activities, information and healthy food to purchase. Or bring along a picnic lunch to enjoy with your family and friends.

Children’s Day at the Groynes is always a great occasion, so mark it on your calendar now!

This community event is organised by Christchurch City Council Leisure, and with funding support by the Shirley/Papanui Community Board.

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