Celebration of Stages 1 and 2 of Kamo Shared Path

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Come join Mayor Sheryl Mai to celebrate completion of the first two stages of the Kamo Shared Path. Find out what it is all about - attend the ribbon cutting and traverse a section of this walkway in celebration. Register and stay on for the prize draw...

*Saturday 8 December 10am through to 12.10pm.

Starting at the courtyard in front of the Whangārei Central Library 10.00am - Welcome and words from the Mayor and those who made the Kamo Shared Path possible.

10.20am - Walk to the board walk for the official cutting of the ribbon and spend some time - walking or cycling part of the Kamo Shared Path.

12.00 noon - Return to the Whangārei Central Library courtyard for judging and prize giving.

Entertainment, spot prizes and festivities throughout the morning. Make sure you register for the prize draw on the day - you must be there to claim your prize.

  • Children’s bike decorating competition - three categories under 5's, 5-10 and 10-12 years.
  • No Bike? Decorate your shoes - (shoe decorating also open to adults).
  • Open theme - create a rocket ship bike or decorate for Christmas - you decide.
  • Face painting, live music, live entertainment.
  • Bike give away.

Nau mai, haere mai Mauri Tū, Mauri Ora

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LocationWhangarei Central Library, 5 Rust Avenue, Whangarei
Cost No Charge
RestrictionsAll Ages

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