Tuesday 19th April - Friday April 29th - School Holiday Programmes - Tauranga City Libraries
Beautiful Butterflies (3-6yrs) - Enjoy stories and songs then make your own tie-dyed butterfly.
Tuesday April 19, 10.30am - 11.30am and
Tuesday April 26, 10.30am - 11.30am.
Marbled Minibeasts (7-10yrs) - Use marbling to create your own insect!
Thursday April 21, 10.30am - 11.30am.
Hour of Code (5yrs+) - An introduction to computer science.
Tuesday April 19, 11am – 12pm and
Tuesday April 26, 11am – 12pm.
Lego Free Play (4-10yrs) - Let your imagination run free as you create something out of Lego.
Wednesday April 20, 9.30am – 10.45am and
Friday April 29, 9.30am – 10.45am.
Lego Kits(4-10yrs) - Check out the variety of different Lego kits to make up.
Friday April 22, 9.30am – 10.45am and
Wednesday April 27, 9.30am – 10.45am.
3D CAD Creation Class (7-14yrs) - Learn how a 3D printer works and create your own small 3D design to print. There is a $10 charge for this programme.
Thursday April 28, 1pm – 3pm
CManga Art Class (10yrs+) - Improve your drawing skills with the help of local artist Kris Coburn.
Saturday April 30, 1pm – 3pm.
For more information about the school holiday programmes click here.
Thursday 21st & 28th April - Animates School Holidays Activities - Animates
11am. Children can learn everything they need to know about rabbits, guinea pigs, rats & mice; small in size with big personalities.
The sessions are a great way to introduce children to the skills they need to be a nurturing pet parent. Each child that attends will also receive a certificate to take home. No bookings are required, but make sure you get in early.
Wednesday 27th April - Anika Moa, Songs of Bubbas 2 Tour - Tauranga Art Gallery
3:30pm. Anika says: "Songs for Bubbas was born out of boredom, frustration and my silliness. Over the space of a year and a half I started to write the album in-between bot bots, tantrums, kai time and poo poo nappies, oh, along with my actual career which involves a lot of travel, strumming and singing.
Songs For Bubba’s will capture the hearts and imagination of every child in Aotearoa.
The album is half Maori, half English being both educational whilst engaging Moa to continue her Maori language through song.
Gold coin donation per person.
Friday 29th April - University of Waikato Graduation Parade - Devonport Road
1pm. Starting from Red Square and ending at Holy Trinity Church, graduates based here in Tauranga celebrate their achievements. Please note their will be a rolling closure in place.
Monday 13th June - Nigel Latta, Parenting Guide The First Decade! - Baycourt
7:30pm. In this hugely entertaining one-man show Clinical Psychologist and best-selling author Nigel Latta takes the audience on a ride that's not for the faint-hearted. With his utterly unique blend of off-the-wall humour and battlefield wisdom he shares insights gained from working with some of New Zealand's most gifted and most troubled kids. If you ever want to know how to raise kids and stay sane, then this is the show for you. It is possible to raise children without going crazy, but you do need to know the tricks!
Tickets are $30 per person and are available from www.ticketek.co.nz