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Men’s Health & Dementia

Horowhenua Culture & Community Centre 10 Bath Street, Levin, New Zealand

This ACE workshop is in 2 parts: Men's health - what is it? How can you support each other? Dementia - different types of dementia, and the 10 signs   At Horowhenua Culture & Community Centre, Rimu/Totara rooms

Free

Low Budget Cooking

Jubilee SuperGrans 23a Forth Street, Invercargill

Learn how to cook on a low budget! Workshops over two weeks - on basic cooking skills while learning how to cook your meals at a low cost, including preparing food. Interpreter and a clear folder with resources to take home will be provided. You must attend both workshops.

Free

Refresher First Aid course

Deaf Society of Canterbury 80 Fitzgerald Ave, Christchurch, New Zealand

Did you attend to a first aid course two years ago? Is your certificate will be expiring soon in July? You need to update this course on refresher first aid. Bring your own lunch and drink bottle. We will provide tea, coffee, sugar, milk and biscuits. NZSL interpreter will be ... Read more

Free
Event Series Te Reo Māori

Te Reo Māori

Hawkes Bay Deaf Club 22 Lee Road, Taradale, Napier, New Zealand

Learn Māori words, waiata and karakia songs, and the Māori version of the National Anthem etc. Please arrive at 9:45 AM. We will provide milk, tea and coffee. Every Saturday

KiwiSaver Workshop

Auckland Deaf Society 16 Hillsborough Road, Hillsborough, Auckland, New Zealand

KiwiSaver Workshop Milford Assest will talk about KiwiSaver and information link to it We will provide coffee and tea. NZSL interpreter will be available.

Free

Low Budget Cooking

Jubilee SuperGrans 23a Forth Street, Invercargill

Learn how to cook on a low budget! Workshops over two weeks - on basic cooking skills while learning how to cook your meals at a low cost, including preparing food. Interpreter and a clear folder with resources to take home will be provided. You must attend both workshops.

Matariki Maori New Year

Deaf Society of Canterbury 80 Fitzgerald Ave, Christchurch, New Zealand

What is Matariki? Why does their stars have their names and what does they means? Learn about its culture, history and its Maori tradition. How can we share and learn its celebration? Refreshments provided.

Free

Matariki – The Māori New Year

Auckland Deaf Society 16 Hillsborough Road, Hillsborough, Auckland, New Zealand

What is Matariki? What is the Māori New Year? Why does the stars have their names, what do they mean? How can we celebrate and share this special occasion? Learn more about te ao Māori, history and this tradition.

Free

Te Reo, Flax Weaving Workshop

Auckland Deaf Society 16 Hillsborough Road, Hillsborough, Auckland, New Zealand

Learn about Te Reo through Maori Flax Weaving History and it special meaning. Make 3 things, Whetu (star), Putiputi ( flower) and Ika (fish) Please bring a cushion or blanket to sit on. Tea and Coffee provided.

Free

First Aid – Level 1

St John Central Region 324 Church Street, Palmerston North, New Zealand

Do you want to learn basic First Aid? This workshop will help you learn how to save people's lives, how to deal with basic medical situations for work purposes and you can add it on your CV! Refreshments provided but bring your own lunch. NZSL interpreter will be available.

Free