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Manukau’s spring school holiday programme


Manukau’s spring school holiday programme offers something for everyone

Spring break is just around the corner and Manukau City Council’s leisure, libraries and art teams have put together an exciting range of fun activities to keep the kids entertained.

Hip hop, treasure hunts, face painting, ten pin bowling, plus trips to Auckland Zoo and Rainbows End, are just a few of the activities available for 5 to 14 year olds at our recreation and leisure centres.

Manukau on the Move’s popular Teen Extreme programme is back with a host of outdoor action-packed pursuits for 12 to 16 year olds. Our kayaking, cycling, ‘Tree Top Adventure’ plus ‘Survivivor’ challenges are guaranteed to appeal.

Nathan Homestead offers two weeks of fabulous arts and crafts activities including a two day Hollywood drama workshop, ethnic jewellery classes and a trip to Badjelly the Witch at the Civic Theatre in Auckland City.

Manukau’s Libraries will be hosting themed story-time, art and craft events at no charge including a Treasure Island pirate theme at Mangere East Library, Garfield themed events at Howick and Papatoetoe and the magic of fairy tales at Mangere Bridge.

• For more information on school holiday activities in their area including times and costs residents should contact:

Manukau Leisure Centres:

Te Matariki Clendon Library & Community Centre
Phone: 266 1100
Moana-Nui-ā-Kiwa Leisure Centre
Phone: 275 8979
Lloyd Elsmore Park Leisure Centre
Phone: 535 5502
Howick Recreation Centre
Phone: 534 5153
Manurewa Leisure Centre
Phone: 267 4646
Allan Brewster Recreation Centre
Phone 277 7222
Pakuranga Youth Centre
Phone 576 9739
Manukau on the Move – Teen Extreme
Phone 274 6904

Manukau Arts:

Nathan Homestead
Vic Leilua Phone (09) 2670180 or email vleilua@manukau.govt.nz

Manukau Libraries:

Botany Library
Phone 272 0010
Highland Park Library
Phone 535 5935
Howick Library
Phone 534 5301
Mangere Bridge Library
Phone 636 6797
Mangere East Library
Phone 275 5420
Mangere Town Centre Library
Phone 275 9294
Manukau City Centre Library
Phone 262 1819
Manurewa Library
Phone 262 5420
Otara Library
Phone: 274 7936
Pakuranga Library
Phone: 576 5269
Papatoetoe Library
Phone: 278 4392
Tupu-Dawson Road Youth Library
Phone: 274 2356
Te Matariki – Clendon Library
Phone: 266 9028

ENDS

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