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First Aid for new and refresher

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

Do you want to learn the first aid course? Join this workshop course for your future work. Did you attend a first aid course two years ago? You need to update this course on refresh first aid. Bring your own lunch. We will provide coffee and tea. NZSL interpreter will ... Read more

Free

HAIRY MACLARY’S GREATEST HITS

Baycourt Addison Theatre 38 Durham Street, Tauranga, New Zealand

Presented by Opus Orchestra Hairy Maclary’s Greatest Hits is a concert for the whole family to celebrate the 40th birthday of Aotearoa’s favourite dog! Prepare to be mesmerised by the enchanting characters from Lynley Dodd's much-loved stories come alive through captivating melodies composed by the talented Jan Bolton. Accompanied by the acclaimed singer Jackie Clarke and Opus ... Read more

Access Centre – Hawera

Hawera Library Plus 46 High Street, Hawera

We can provide: - Opportunity to have a chat and to meet other Deaf people. - Free information and support services - Advice - Translation support (e.g. support with reading letters and forms etc.) - New ideas for ACE workshops - Information about Deaf Aotearoa services - Information about assistive ... Read more

Access Centre – Timaru

Isobel Mayman 14 Butler Street,, Timaru

We can provide: - Opportunity to have a chat and to meet other Deaf people. - Free information and support services - Advice - Translation support (e.g. support with reading letters and forms etc.) - New ideas for ACE workshops - Information about Deaf Aotearoa services - Information about assistive ... Read more

Homemade Māori Bread

Good News Community Centre Corner Dominion and Breckons Ave, Hamilton, Nawton, New Zealand

Learn how to make homemade Māori bread with quick rise yeast! Make scones, buns or fry bread to make from scratch. Ingredients and recipe provided. Please bring your own: Lunch Apron 2x tea towels 1x large mixing bowl 1x cake or loaf tin   LIMITED SPACES - 8 PEOPLE MAX.

Free

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

Cook Islands Cooking

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

Learn how to make food Cook Islands style with Aerand Makiiti! 3 recipes will be provided - raw fish salad, hangi, and potato salad. Refreshments provided, bring a plate to share for lunch.

Free

Access Centre – Thames

Thames Community Centre 609 Mackay Street,, Thames, New Zealand

We can provide: - Opportunity to have a chat and to meet other Deaf people. - Free information and support services - Advice - Translation support (e.g. support with reading letters and forms etc.) - New ideas for ACE workshops - Information about Deaf Aotearoa services - Information about assistive ... Read more

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

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