SOUTH KAIPARA

MEN'S TRUST

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Father and Children  Activities

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  • AN EQUINE DAY

    Discovering Us—Building Us

     

    An Equine Adventure @ Dune Lakes Lodge,

    470 Wilson Road, South Head

    Sunday 30th August 9.00am-4.00pm

     

    BBQ LUNCH PROVIDED
     

    The day will be led by Rosemary Wyndham-Jones and Rob Pliskin.

     

    The schedule provides a structured day:

     

    • Families will work together with their horse throughout the day
    • Families will begin with an Orientation session.
    • They will proceed through Bringing in the Herd and Meeting Your Horse.
    • They will then undertake, the Journey (a bareback mounted riding experience),
    • After a fun Potato Race there will be a Closing Ritual

     

    IF NEEDED, TRANSPORTATION CAN BE ARRANGED FROM HELENSVILLE

     

    To book your place contact the South Kaipara Men’s Trust.

     

    Call Jens Hansen  Business: (09) 420 8263  Mobile: (021) 172 8320

     

    Email: info@skmt.org.nz

     

     

     

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  • FISHING - HOOK LINE AND SINKER

    HOOK LINE & SINKER

     

    Two exciting chances to take the kids fishing on Kaipara Harbour with Bill McNatty and the crew of Francie Charters.

    The fishing oracle has been consulted and two special dates have been selected:

    Sunday 20th September

    & Sunday 6th December

    A boat will leave from Shelly Beach @ 6.00am and Return @ 6.00pm

     

    NUMBERS ARE LIMITED FOR EACH TRIP SO BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL

    Further details about the trip will be provided to participants ahead of the trip.  If you want to take part, book now!

    To book your place contact the South Kaipara Men’s Trust

     

    Call Jens Hansen  Business: (09) 420 8263  Mobile: (021) 172 8320

    Email: info@skmt.org.nz

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • RECENT SUCCESSES

    Te Kai Takawaenga has operated for the past four years with a youth worker based at Kaipara College.  Kai Takawaenga leader, Wikiriwhi Ratima, recently led a small group of eleven invited students to attend an overnight camp in Woodhill Forest with the theme of survival and self-sufficiency to the fore.

    The students, with guidance, were required to gather and cook their own food (a deer, un-skinned and un-butchered was hung in a tree).  They also had nowhere to sleep and that meant they needed to build themselves a bivouac to sleep in.

    New Zealand First Member of Parliament, the Hon. Ron Marks and sports legend Chris Kumero were also in attendance and they had man-to-man talks with the boys.

     

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