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.
The restoration of Kaipātiki Reserve (formerly Parakai Recreation Reserve) is taking another step forward with plans to create an expansive new play space and community recreation area.
The second stage of Auckland War Memorial Museums visitor transformation was unveiled on Wednesday 24 March when Tāmaki Herenga Waka: Stories of Auckland opened to the public.
Two days of experiences to invigorate the soul and warm the senses during the cold of winter.
Celebrate Matariki at this free exhibition.
A structured training on the foundations of Indian classical dance for kids aged 5-15.
Exhilarating kapa haka performances in shopping centres across Tāmaki Makaurau.
Take part in free wānanga and workshops about environmental care, kaitiakitanga and mātauranga Māori.
Learn the techniques of raranga and the tradition of flax weaving in this 1.5-hour workshop.