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Early Learning Auckland: May Playday Te Atatu South

May 04, 2017 at 4:33 PM

May's Playday will be a winter themed Playgroup with activities including natural play, art, stories & sensory exploration.

When / Ahea: Thursday 11th May from 9.30-11.30am

Where / Te Wahi: Neville Power Memorial Park/Te Atatu South Park. Entry via Kirrie Ave or end of Essex Street.

Cost / Admission / Utu: None, free.  

Info / Pārongo: email Sue at or call on (021)265 0123 or check us out on website here or Facebook: Playdays

For more information download the flyer here.

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