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Fun for the whole family this Children’s Day


Media release

24 February 2014

Fun for the whole family this Children’s Day

Sunday 2 March promises to be a fun-filled day for children and families at Samuel Miller Reserve, Pukekohe.

Starting at 11am, the free event will feature food, refreshments, stalls and entertainment. Activities will include face painting, BJ the Clown, a waterslide, cycle safety workshops and helmet checks, and the In2it Street Games. The Pukekohe North School kapa haka group will perform at midday.

For the fifth consecutive year, the event has been organised by the Franklin Youth Advisory Board. We are grateful for support from In2it, Auckland Council, Porse and Franklin Family Support Services.

The day will be cancelled in the event of persistent bad weather, and there is no rain date.
For more information, email Franklin.Youth@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz.

What: Children’s Day Celebration 2014
When: Sunday 2 March 2014, 11am to 3pm
Where: Samuel Miller Reserve, Nelson St, Pukekohe
Entry: Free

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