(Every day in school terms, 7am to 9am and 3 till 6pm)
sKids are New Zealand's before and after school care leaders. Standing for Safe Kids in Daily Supervision, sKids is a family of families of dedicated to growing awesome kiwi kids. They offer affordable out of school care to primary and intermediate aged school children at sKids centres across New Zealand. More than 6,500 tamariki come through their doors each day and consider it a great privilege to support parents, schools and communities.
They want all kids to feel AWESOME about who they are, so their programmes have been designed to grow core capabililites in kids so they flourish in life. They offer a range of programmes including award winning after school, before school and school holiday programmes.
Devonport Rebus 10am every third Monday
Belmont-Bayswater Rebus 9am every second Wednesday
Rebus is an abbreviation for Retired Businesspersons and are clubs of like minded individuals who meet to enjoy each other's company and learn from visiting speakers on all kinds of diverse topics.
The Devonport Club is an open membership group, Belmont-Bayswater is a women only group.
You can contact the clubs through their local first responders. For Belmont-Bayswater that is Shirley Glendinning on 021 1000 345 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For Devonport that is Charles Digby on 09 445 3525.
Devonport Peninsula Trust's "Winter Play"
Every year we are delighted to host the toddlers of the Peninsula (and a parent) attending Devonport Peninsula Trust's "Winter Play". You'll get the idea from this image what it's like...chaos...but heaps of fun and social skill development for the little guys!
In 2019, the sessions commence Tuesday June 4 with the last being October 29. They run every Tuesday in that period starting at 9.30am and running till 11am or till you need to take your tired out toddler home. Each session is totally free.
CMA - companionship and morning activities for seniors
Every Thursday except in school holidays, 10am-12.30pm
North Shore Centres of Mutual Aid was first introduced to the North Shore in 1966, but it all began in Auckland in early 1959 when a group of people formed the Civilian Maimed Association.
Our Centres are open one morning a week from 10.00 am - 12.30 pm, except during the primary school holidays. Morning tea and lunch are served. Activities are arranged each week and outings are organized once a term at a nominal cost. Transport to and from the Centre can also be arranged at a minimal charge.
Prior to attending CMA at The Rose Centre, participants should read this link and make contact with CMA to register.