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Glendene Fun Family Day – March 13

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March, 2010

 

Glendene Fun Family Day – March 13

Get the family together and come to what promises to be a fantastic day out in  Glendene where families and the kids can enjoy sausage sizzles, sports games, magicians, face painting and more.  

The Glendene Fun Family Day will be held at Glendene School on March 13 (10am-3pm) and is designed to foster community spirit in the area – as well as just being plain, good old-fashioned fun.

Culture and Community chair Judy Lawley says the day will be a great opportunity for people to participate with their families in a social event in their neighbourhood. 

“Congratulations to Glendene’s community leaders for getting this day going – it is bound to be the first of many and is part of the community spirit that we’re seeing all over Waitakere – community gardens, street barbeques, and a huge range of events,” Councillor Lawley says.

There will be prizes and giveaways, including family passes to West Wave Aquatic Centre, awarded throughout the day.

Make sure you bring your togs too as Glendene School will have its pool open.

 HealthWEST will have the WOW bus there providing free health checks.

 

Date: March 13

Time: 10am - 3pm

Venue: Glendene School, 60 Barrys Road, Glendene

 

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