Miss Pinks "Paws for thought for today": What was your favourite childhood game? She is sure there is a possum lurking in the branches above but tree climbing is not her thing. Give me a call today if you would like help with your story.
The Ministry of Social Development has recently updated the Guide for Carers, a valuable resource for those who care for family, whānau, āiga or friends with a health condition, a disability, an injury, or a physical or mental illness.
It covers a range of topics such as financial help, assessing needs, getting help at home and being able to take a break from caring.
The Guide for Carers is available online now: bit.ly...
For more information about resources like this and other advice, read our SuperSeniors newsletter: bit.ly...
Join in the learning about Matariki through creative activities at the Museum!
Ukulele with Oriwa & Awatea
Thurs 15th & Thurs 22nd July
Two sessions: 10am - 12pm or 12.30pm - 2.30pm
Ever wanted to learn Ukulele in a fun environment? Bring your Ukulele to this workshop and learn basic chords, strums and participate in a mini concert! Note: You must bring your own Ukulele to use in the workshop.
Cost: $5.00 each participant, per session
Ages: All ages welcome with adult supervision for children under 14 yrs old
Skills: Beginner - advanced
Bookings essential, limited to 10 participants only, call 07 872 0085
If there are Covid level changes during any of our planned activities, please refer to our FB and website for updates. If you are sick please let us know to cancel your booking by calling the Museum on 07 872 0085.