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Your Waterfront Newsletter July 2012

20th July 2012

Saturday 21 July – 5.30pm onwards

Matariki on the Waterfront

Silo Park

Silo Park is celebrating the end of Matariki with a very special free event this Saturday featuring Anika Moa, Ria Hall and Lewis McCallum with DJ support from Anna Coddington.

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20-22 and 26-29 July – from 6pm


Join us on an illuminated journey of discovery along Auckland’s inner city waterfront.

Once the sun goes down, sixteen select artists activate and brighten public spaces,...

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Saturday 21 July – 5.45pm

Big Night out with the Big Cat

Halsey Street Wharf

Be part of history this Saturday when Emirates Team NZ reveal their AC72 catamaran.

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Every Sunday – 11am – 2pm

Workshops on the Wharf

Wynyard Quarter

Have you been down to our regular workshops on the Wharf? They are a great way to get the kids outdoors, active and thinking creatively.

This Saturday and Sunday the workshops are all about poi and string games, inspired by Matariki.

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Saturday 4 August – From 7am

What’s coming up

Wynyard Quarter First Birthday

Celebrate Wynyard Quarter’s first birthday with a day of activities for the whole family.

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