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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

Food safety & hygiene

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

1 day workshop on food safety and hygiene. You can add this on your CV, make it easier for you to get jobs in the restaurant industry, and also be able to sell food if you have your own business. Refreshments provided, but please bring your own lunch. Limited spaces, ... Read more

Free

Matariki Event – Story telling

Napier Aquarium Marine Parade,, Napier, New Zealand

There will be parades and floating of the lanterns - at 7.00 pm After that there will be story telling from 7.00 pm. With the lantern event, we will be inviting people to write messages to their loved ones or write their aspirations and goals for the future. Everyone will ... Read more

Free

Access Centre – Taupo

Taupo Library Story Place,, Taupō, New Zealand

The aim of the drop-in centre would be to provide an environment where people can come and meet up, have a chat over a cup of tea while at the same time accessing our free information and support service. It would also provide the opportunity for some of the more ... Read more

Event Series Access Centre – Hawera

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

Event Series Access Centre – Thames

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

Women’s health

Wellington Deaf Society 17 Bannister Ave, Johnsonville, New Zealand

Keen to understand your body better? We will cover important topics for women's health - cancer prevention and screening major changes to cervical screening menopause contraception Refreshments will be provided.

Free

Matariki and Flax weaving

Reyburn Art Gallery Reyburn Lane Town Basin, Whangarei, New Zealand

How to learn making weave table mats, containers, matariki stars, wallhanging, other shapes (to make a hanging mobile) by use all flax materials. Tutor willing to talk about Mataiki also. Tea and Coffee provided with biscuits.

Free