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Panmure presents another free fun festival

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23 March 2004

Panmure presents another free fun festival

This Sunday, 28 March, marks the second running of the Panmure Festival.

The event will, once again, be held at Mt. Wellington War Memorial Museum in Dunkirk Road, Panmure from 11am to 3pm.

As a community-focused event, the festival promises something for everyone. There will be a free bouncy castle and free face-painting for the kids, food and craft stalls, and live entertainment from 11.30am. Performers will include hip-hoppers Element X, break dancing group Break Fluid and a variety of entertainment from Tamaki College students.

Come along and support local talent at the Panmure Festival, the final event in Auckland City’s Free Summer events programme.

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