The weekend is upon us and there's so much to do in the local area and beyond. Pray the bad weather stays away so we can enjoy some time out of doors...
Make like a Martial artist
Did you know that Tai Chi is a competitive sport and is currently on the shortlist for inclusion at the 2020 Olympics? Probably not, but if you're interested in seeing it practised at a competiitive level or would simply like to learn more, head on down to the Tamaki Recreation Centre on Saturday to help celebrate World Tai Chi and Qigong Day. To find out more visit www.worldtaichiday-akld.org.
When:Saturday April 28 10am-4.45pm
Where: Tamaki Recereation Centre, Glen Innes
Wake and See at Basin
Orakei Basin will be home to the original Wake Skate Nationals on Saturday. If you want to see some great moves out on the water be sure to head along and check it out. For more information see their facebook page.
When: Saturday April 28 9am-5pm
Where: Orakei Basin, Orakei
Recycle and Re-love baby goods
The eastern Bays Mum's recycle Sale is being held on Sunday at the Tamaki Hall in St. Heliers. Be sure to head along if you are in the market for some great second hand baby goods. Items like portacots, high chairs, clothing and toys will be for sale.
When:Sunday April 29 9am-12pm
Where: Tamaki Ex-Services Association Hall, St.Heliers
Beyond the Burbs
If the weather permits, why not head south to check out the Amazing-Maze-in-Maize? Located in rural South Auckland - it is a giant maze within a cornfield,as well as lots of simple family fun games and activities. The maze's season draws to a close on Sunday so this weekend is your last chance til Christmas to get lost in the corn fields...
When: Saturday and Sunday (Sunday is the final day) 10am-4pm
Where: 833 Kingseat Rd, Karaka
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