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Our Amazing Place Community treasure Hunt

Saturday 28 May: Community Treasure Hunt Henderson, a free family event!
Get a team together, bring the kids, your grannies and grandpas, the neighbours, a friend, the whole crew!!! Come and celebrate the cultural diversity of Henderson, discover specialty shops, cultural and community organisations and precious places you didn't know existed. At the start you'll receive a treasure map and a passport. At every station you'll get a stamp if you complete a quest, challenge or exercize. With a full passport you're in to win fabulous prizes at the end event!
12.30pm: registration and start at Library Square, 3 Ratanui Place, Henderson
3pm - 4pm : Prize giving, entertainment and food vendors at Unitec, plus the chance to let your local politicans know what you love about Henderson and your vision for Henderson's future.
Everyone welcome at this free family event.
For more info contact Annalily at 09-8374849 or follow us on Facebook:
Organised by Violence Free Communities, supported by the Henderson-Massey Local Board, Unitec, Love Hendo and various Henderson businesses.