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ROTORUA

Key to Life Trust Presentations - Mike King, Tai Tupou, and Coroner Wallace Bain 

Kia Piki Te Ora is proud to bring another series of 'It's Cool to Korero' and 'A Coroner and a King' to both Rotorua and Reporoa schools and communities. 

Headed by the founder of the Trust Mike King, he will deliver their 'It's Cool to Korero' programme alongside Tai Tupou. They are set to present at Rotorua Lakes High, Rotorua Boys High and Reporoa College. The aim: to look at target zero suicides in Aotearoa New Zealand. 

In addition to this, four community / public presentations will occur with Coroner Wallace Bain to explore the realities of bullying, drugs, alcohol and reporting as per the Law Commission. 

Furthermore, Arianna Cudby, the Ministry of Youth Development Change Maker award recipient will also accompany these gentlemen on their tour. So log in these dates: 6-8 August and entry is FREE. 

Please click here for flyer for Matarae Marae and click here for Rotorua Boys High School. 

CHANGE RE SERVICE / COMMUNITY PROVIDER HUI: 

Please note a change of venue for this session: 

'A Coroner and a King': Mike King and Coroner Wallace Bain 

So log in these dates: 6-8 August and entry is FREE.  If you have any queries please contact:

Working for Youth meeting Thu 7th August

August's Working for Youth meeting. 
Thursday 7th August 
1.00 till 2.30. 
Nikau Room 
Level 3 Pukaki Centre Building. 
1144 Pukaki Street

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Term 3s Afternoon Workshops at the Rotorua Youth Centre

With a NEW range of workshops coming to term 3, we want to offer the opportunity for children and youth to be a part of these fun and exciting programmes. 
Term 3s workshops include Jewellery making, Hair and Make-up, Cooking, SFX Make-up, Breakdance, Vocal Training, Urban Dance, Graffiti Art, Costume Design, Props Design, Guitar Lessons and Fitness Boot Camps. Please click here for our flyer.

Workshops start the first week of the term with multiple different programmes happening every day of the week, usually starting from 4pm - 8pm at the latest. 

The workshops are open to ages from 12 - 24yrs and are priced from FREE - $30.00. 

We have an awesome team of kind and passionate people who will be facilitating the workshops throughout the term. 

To register for workshops, ring or call into the Youth Centre on (07) 343 1012 - 6 Te Ngae Road, CBD, Rotorua. 

 


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