It’s Youth Week next week and to celebrate a number of fun events have been lined up at Flaxmere and Camberley Community Centres.
Youth Week is a nationwide festival where rangatahi across the country celebrate and embrace their talents, passions, and successes.
This year’s Hastings line-up has been planned in conjunction with the Hastings Youth Council, so is by our youth for our youth, said council chairperson Lena Ormsby.
“By drawing upon each of our passions and connections amongst friends and whānau, we have planned activities that we feel will appeal to and suit a wide range of those our age in our community.
“We all felt it was important to cater to all our rangatahi and their many interests. This way all are included and brought closer together as a community.”
Youth councillors themselves will be attending as many events as possible and hope to get to know some of the other young people that take part.
“We encourage families to attend our events and enjoy what’s on offer – and for young people it’s a great chance to have fun and make new friends.”
Monday May 9
Camberley Community Centre – 3pm to 4pm - Three-point shootout comp, prizes, free kai, music and chill out space
Flaxmere Community Centre – 3pm to 5pm - Table Tennis competition, free kai and prizes
Tuesday, May 10
Flaxmere Community Centre – 3pm to 5pm – Playstation gaming night, free kai, prizes
Wednesday, May 11
Flaxmere Community Centre – 3pm to 5pm – Three-point basketball shootout, giveaways, prizes
Thursday, May 12
Flaxmere Community Centre – 3pm to 5pm – Coffee Shop Trivia Night, free kai, hot drink station, prizes
Friday, May 13
Camberley Community Centre – 3pm to 4pm – Community ki-o-rahi game delivered by Sport Hawke’s Bay, prizes, free kai, music and chill out space.
9 May 2022
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