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Community 6 Jul 2020

Libraries reach out to support kaumātua Māori

During lockdown, a group of Māori specialist staff from Auckland Council Libraries identified an opportunity to establish a service to engage with kaumātua Māori in these unprecedented times.

Cultural 6 Jul 2020

Auckland events scene stacked for spring and summer

Auckland is gearing up for a spring season of major events, a prelude to a stacked summer schedule as the region looks forward to 2021 – the region’s largest planned year of major events.

Cultural 29 Jun 2020

Waka workshops with the people of Moana

Waka workshops introduce Aucklanders and urban youth to the mighty Polynesian seafaring canoes and the sport of waka ama.

Cultural 12 Jun 2020

Tō tātou tuakiri Māori: Celebrating Māori identity

In June, we’re celebrating and participating in Auckland’s thriving Māori identity.

Cultural 12 Jun 2020

What's in a name?

A movement is underway to reflect the true richness of our heritage in the names of our parks and public spaces.

Community 12 Jun 2020

A kōrero on community health and kindness

In the neighbourhoods of Manukau and Wiri, one of Panuku’s key moves is to develop the Wiri neighbourhood into a healthy and resilient community for both people and places.

Cultural 11 Jun 2020

Troy Kingi to headline Te Korakora on Federal

Troy Kingi will headline celebrations as the Federal Street party on 12 July sings and dances Matariki Festival to a close.

Community 11 Jun 2020

Connect with the star realm at Manu Aute Kite Day

Discover the ancient meaning of kites in Māori culture at a free Manu Aute Kite Day event on 29 June.

Events122 Results

02 Nov 2022

HeritageTalks: Settling the Waikato with Marie Hickey

This talk looks at the range of records of this scheme from passenger lists, land allocation, provision of seed, etc.

03 Nov 2022

Free Japanese Film Screening Series at Te Manawa – Every Day a Good Day

A special Japanese Film Screening Series at Te Manawa Community Hub.

05 Nov 2022 - 30 Nov 2022

Pakuranga Stories – An Exhibition of Many Parts

Step back 60 years and discover the stories of a new and remote suburb, and of the river that wraps around it.

10 Nov 2022

Ranger Guided Walk – Fernhill Escarpment, Albany

Take a free guided walk with your community park ranger team through the stunning Fernhill Escarpment in Albany.

12 Nov 2022

Howick & Districts 175th Anniversary

Find out about the arrival of the 800 families who made up the immigration scheme to Auckland in 1847.

13 Nov 2022

Festival Italiano

The very popular festival returns with a day of music, food, design and Italian culture.

13 Nov 2022 - 20 Nov 2022

Harakeke Raranga (Weaving) Intermediate Series with Kaipātiki Project

Over three days, students will revise all the basics needed and progress into complex weaving arrangements.

16 Nov 2022

HeritageTalks: My Mother and Other Secrets with Wendyl Nissen

Wendyl Nissen will talk about some wild and intriguing stories of loss, grief, and love.