Regular Activities

Yoga Holistic Health at The Rose Centre
Term 3  Yoga Holistic Health 
Tuesday 09.15      
$90 or $15 drop in
Sundays 08.00 am

Bookings essential   email Purnima

sKids - Mon to Fri 3-6pm

Safe Kids in Daily Supervision (sKids) is dedicated to growing awesome kiwi kids. They offer affordable out of school care to primary and intermediate aged school children and communities. They want all kids to feel AWESOME about who they are, so their programmes have been designed to grow core capabilities in kids so they flourish in life. Here at The Rose Centre they offer after school services You can contact them through their web page.

Devonport Rebus - 10am every third Monday

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.This is an open membership group.

Contact: Charles Digby on 09 445 3525 or email him.

CMA - companionship and morning activities for seniors

Every Thursday except in school holidays, 10am-12.30pm

from Thursday 5 May.

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.

CMA 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 organised 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.

Devonport Youth Forum - regularly meet at The Rose Centre

Devonport Youth Forum are a group of high school aged students who live in the Devonport Peninsula area (Hauraki to Devonport) and come together to provide a youth voice in the community, organising or getting involved in activities/events chiefly for people in their age group.

For more information contact the Devonport Peninsular Trust.