Looking for child-friendly entertainment this summer? Check out Onehunga Community Library’s Dare to Explore Kia maia Te Whai school holiday programme, proudly sponsored by Onehunga Business Association.
Register at https://www.daretoexplore.nz/. Then go to the library to collect a booklet filled with fun activities and challenges.
Come and enjoy a free family day out to celebrate summer in Onehunga!
We have a fantastic entertainment line-up including our local Jazam Zumba group, Onehunga Primary School Hapa Kaka group, sweet sounds from Alessandra de Castro, the energetic Potters House Church performers, Cook Island entertainers Anuanua Dance Troupe and not to be missed, White Chapel Jak who bring a fresh and funky approach to songs we all know and love!
Our MC for the day is King Homeboy who will also wow the audience with his beat boxing sounds.
There’s plenty of FREE activities for kids including Little Bo Peep’s Mobile Farm, pony rides, a climbing wall, bouncy castles, jump slide, cannonball blaster, on-water activities, face painting, balloon twisting and much more!
There’ll be a host of community, craft and food stalls to enjoy.Plus, the very popular ‘Onehunga Bites’ food village is returning to the Festival with a whole new range of local Onehunga food vendors.
Bike parking with an on-site bike mechanic will be available so leave the car at home and cycle to the Festival.
This event is proudly sponsored by Maungakiekie-Tamaki Local Board, Onehunga Business Association, Panuku Developments Auckland, Dress Smart, Denise Lee National MP for Maungkiekie and Suzanne Thomas of Ray White Epsom.
This event would not be possible without support from Onehunga Community Patrol, The 312 Hub, Onehunga Community News and Kiwanis.