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Connex 10 days of summer kicks off Monday

HUTT CITY COUNCIL COMMUNITY NOTICE

7 JANUARY 2014

Connex 10 days of summer kicks off Monday

The ‘Connex 10* days of summer’ kicks off on Monday 13 January at the Hutt Recreation Ground.

Not your run of the mill exercise, the ‘Connex 10 days of summer’ is for people aged 15 – 25 and includes group sessions of Hip Hop dancing, Dodgeball, Super Sumo, Waka Ama and more.

All the events are free and run each day from Monday 13 January – Thursday 23 January at various Hutt City locations (listed below). Each session runs from 11am – 2pm.

Grab some mates, come along and get involved with some great outdoor activities this summer.

FULL SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES 

Monday 13 January | Backyard Games at Hutt Recreation Ground

Tuesday 14 January | Hip Hop Dance outside War Memorial Library

Wednesday 15 January | Dodgeball in Dowse Square

Thursday 16 January | Super Sumo in Dowse Square

Friday 17 January | Water World at Huia Pool

Saturday 18 January | Volleyball & Backyard Cricket at Days Bay

Sunday 19 January | Touch Roulette at Hutt Recreation Ground

Monday 20 January | Futsal at Dowse Square

Tuesday 21 January | Waka Ama on Petone Foreshore

Wednesday 22 January | The Amazing Race at Dowse Square

Thursday 23 January | Disc Golf at Hikoikoi Reserve

*The clever reader will notice this is actually 11 days of activities – give it 110% and get on board.

ENDS

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