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Children’s day at H20 Xtream in Upper Hutt

Press release

H20 Xtream in Upper Hutt is celebrating children’s day on the 30 October by holding their annual open day with heaps of family related activities throughout the day.

All entry to the pool will be by gold coin donation that H20 Xtream will be donating to the Ronald McDonald house in Wellington.

Programmes Facilitator Sue Kuester says that “through this event H20 Xtream can make a worthwhile contribution to an extremely important charity such as the Ronald McDonald house and it’s a perfect opportunity to do this on Children’s day”

Some of the free activities being run through the day are;

Kayaking,Snorkelling,Flippaball,Hydrorobics and Aqua Yoga with many out of the water activities including arts and crafts, window painting and Plant room tours plus a chance to see the construction and plans for the new slide being built for Christmas.

All activities will be run from 9.00am -1.00pm with our special Teen time being held from 1.00-5.00pm - including…

The Edge Road runners will also be contributing to the day by coming along with heaps of giveaways between 12.00-1.30pm

For a more detailed list of times and activities please call H20 Xtream on (04)527 2113 or visit our website

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