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Children's Day – Te rā o ngā Tamariki

February 14, 2020 at 1:41 PM

From Oranga Tamariki

Children's Day provides New Zealanders with an opportunity to celebrate and give time to children. It is a day of national awareness, annually recognised on the first Sunday of March.

Children’s Day is driven by communities with Councils, NGO’s, libraries, early childhood centres, schools and churches amongst some of the groups that host and run their own Children’s Day events. There are hundreds of Children's Day events in neighbourhoods all over Aotearoa every March – some big and some small.

Click here for more information about Children's Day including how to organise and register an event

Category: Events