2022 Autumn School Holiday Programme

Te Kura-o-Wao Charitable Trust

3 Day Holiday Camp

Friday 29 April – Sunday 1 May

Location: TBC

Activities: Camping, bush, kai and fun games

$20 per child

Spaces are limited. Register here.

 

Gisborne Netball Centre

Year 5 and 6 Holiday Programme

Thursday 28 April

10am – 2pm

Gisborne Netball Centre

$20 per child

Contact Cris on 021 235 1673 or register online here.

 

Year 7 and 8 Holiday Programme

Friday 29 April

10am – 2pm

Gisborne Netball Centre

$20 per child

Contact Cris on 021 235 1673 or register online here.

 

Gisborne Boardriders Club

A four day surf camp

Tuesday 19 April – Friday 22 April

8.30am – 3.30pm each day

Midway Beach

A safe beach for kids to learn the fundamentals of surfing, develop respect for the environment and make new friends.

Register here.

 

Poverty Bay Hockey

Tuesday 19 April: Ages 5 –8

Wednesday 20 April: Ages 9 – 13

10am – 1.45pm

$30 a day

Register here. Registrations close 13 April 5pm

 

Central Football

Tuesday 19 April – Friday 22 April

9am – 3pm

Childers Road Reserve

$85 for 4 days or $25 per day per child

6 – 12 years

Register via MyComet or [email protected]

 

Thursday 28 April – Friday 29 April

9am – 3pm

Childers Road Reserve

$25 per person per day

10 – 14 years

Register via MyComet or [email protected]

 

YMCA

Oscar School Holiday Programme

Tuesday 19 – Friday 29 April

9am – 3.45pm

$45 per child per day

5 – 13 years

Register here.

 

Gisborne Gymnastics Club

Tuesday 19 April – Friday 29 April

Includes: Open gym, fun games, Ninja Programme, Squad Training for competitive gymnasts and preschool open gym

More details and to register can be found here.

 

Tautua Village and Anomaly Dance Studio

Dance workshop for beginner, intermediate and advanced

100 Grey Street, Level 2

Thursday 28 April: 2 – 2.45pm, 3 – 3.45pm and 4 – 4.45pm

Friday 29 April: 11am – 11.45am, 12 – 12.45pm and 1pm – 1.45pm

Contact 022 389 3607 or [email protected]

 

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