K-Pop global energy takes over High Street district with KCAKL
When KCAKL takes over the High Street district from 24–31 March the passions and talents of our Korean Aucklanders and superstars from Korea will burst into life.
Three ways to experience different cultures in Auckland
Check out these great ways to experience Auckland's incredible cultural diversity across the region.
Albert-Eden-Puketāpapa communities Welcoming Communities
Albert-Eden and Puketāpapa local boards partner with central government to pilot settlement programme helping communities create welcoming and inclusive environments for newcomers.
Cultural festival returns to celebrate Auckland’s diversity
Auckland Council’s World of Cultures returns this month to celebrate the incredible cultural diversity of Tāmaki Makaurau.
Ōtara-Papatoetoe welcomes immigrants
Local board to partner with Immigration New Zealand’s Welcoming Communities Programme pilot.
Rangatahi takes on Manurewa Tuia challenge
The Franklin, Manurewa, Papakura, Māngere-Ōtāhuhu and Ōtara-Papatoetoe boards are all offering rangatahi places in a programme which pairs local government members with young Māori to enhance their leadership skills.
Multicultural celebrations are on again - Diversity Festival is back
One of Tāmaki Makaurau’s most iconic festivals is back. After a three-year break, Diversity Festival returns on Saturday 4 March to Hayman Park in Manukau.
Tāmaki Makaurau prepares to host the ‘Olympics’ of kapa haka, Te Matatini Festival
From 22 February 2023, Tāmaki Makaurau will come alive with vibrant sights and sounds of the biggest kapa haka event in the Māori calendar, Te Matatini.
Book-A-Family History Librarian
Make a FREE one-hour booking to see Auckland Libraries' family history specialist, Seonaid (Shona) Harvey.
HeritageTalks: ANZACs and the Easter Rising With Rory Sweetman
Dr. Rory Sweetman will talk about his book.
Bunny Events for Pre-schoolers
Bring your pre-schoolers for Bunny themed days.
Explore key philosophies, principles, and processes of Rongoā Māori, traditional Māori healing.
Come to the beautiful Tuna Mau / Western Park to play and explore traditional games, music, and food from the many different cultures present in our community!
In 'Dal', Jeong ventures beyond the traditional white moon jar technique, adding his own story to express the various emotions felt by one moon.
Learn Chinese Language and Culture
Participants will learn the language and culture in an enjoyable and relaxed environment.