Tāmaki Paenga Hira Auckland Museum has opened a new gallery designed to help Auckland communities share their stories.
Auckland Diwali Festival returns to Aotea Square and Queen Street for its 20th anniversary on 30-31 October this year. Registrations are now open for stallholders and performers for the upcoming festival, with festival organisers looking for Auckland’s best producers of Indian cuisine, crafts and performance.
Kōanga gathers the community together for the season that is traditionally a time to combine efforts to plant for the next harvest.
This programme provides free K-Pop dance classes.
A night where we all come together to celebrate Pacific artists and Pacific music.
Highlights the lack of written knowledge around Chinese, and specifically Māori-Chinese, history in Aotearoa.
Each week, read a different short story and poem and share our feelings together.
Take a free guided walk and talk with your community park ranger and local historian John Steel.
Take an educational walk with your community ranger team and members through the historic tunnels and gun emplacements at Kennedy Park.