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Thursday June 29, 2017

School Holidays Ellie reaches for the Stars Presented by Kapitall Kids’ Theatre Ellie is a young girl who dreams of being the first New Zealander to travel into space. One night she is playing with her telescope in the garden when she sees a

bright object shoot of out the sky: a fallen star! Ellie runs off in search of the star, who turns out to be much more than Ellie had imagined, and together they set off to find a way to get the Star home to the

night sky, resulting in an adventure that puts Ellie’s courage, intelligence and imagination to the ultimate test. BOOKINGS: www.kapitallkidstheatre.

YMCA - holiday programmes your child will love Who loves the great outdoors? Our holiday camp at Kaitoke Outdoor Education Centre is a great way to learn outdoor skills, have fun and make new friends. Outdoors isn't for your child? Your child can enjoy one of our local centres with

themed in-house days or day trips to Laserforce, Te Papa, The Embassy, Pirates Cove and more. We promise plenty of fun for children at our OSCAR approved programmes during the July school holidays.

Campers can take advantage of our free bus service, or the holiday programme early bird discount for bookings by Sunday 2nd July. Book online today at ymcawellington.

Ever wondered what it feels like to fly? Experience the revolution that is a spring loaded trampoline playground at Uptown Bounce. A truly limitless feeling where the impossible becomes possible. Interconnected trampolines wall-to-wall, Zirka A3 Poster.pdf



angled trampolines allow you to literally bounce off the walls, airbags, Olympic trampolines, wall running, dodgeball, slam dunk, parkour vaults, rock climbing wall, battle beam.

Sessions run every hour on the hour, giving you access to all activities within the park. Booking online in advance is recommended to avoid disappointment.

12:32 PM

The Little Duckling Written by Guy Langford When the little duckling's home is destroyed by rats, she is separated from her family and must search for a new place to live. Along the way, she meets various birds: a greedy kookaburra, an unemployed stork, and a paranoid bald eagle, who all have strange perceptions of foreigners. Will the little duckling find a new home? And will she ever be reunited with her family? 'The Little Duckling' is a refugee story by Guy Langford based on Hans Christian Andersen's 'The Ugly Duckling'.









Great fun for these school holidays! 6–23 July in PORIRUA, Te Rauparaha Park, Norrie St. Visit for full schedule

READER COMPETITION Cook Strait News readers can win a family pass to The Little Duckling. See for more details. To be in the draw email the name of your favourite fairy tale to win@wsn. by Wednesday 5 July. A complimentary pass will be emailed to the winner and you can book into the show that suits you best!

WIN A FAMILY PASS TO ZIRKA CIRCUS! Simply email your Name, Address and Contact Number to: Family pass for 1st week of Porirua show. The winner will be drawn on Thursday 6th July.

Performance Times: Monday - Saturday 10am & 11:30am. 10am shows only on Saturdays.

Your kids will love our July



Interconnected trampolines wall to wall, angled trampolines allow you to literally bounce off the walls, purpose built dodge-ball, olympic trampolines, wall running, and rock climbing wall. The Dream Is Everything at Uptown Bounce. Sessions run on the hour every hour. Enjoy extended School Holiday hours!

22 Kingsford Smith St, Rongatai Phone 831 5020

We offer holiday programmes and camps near you: Mount Cook School Titahi Bay School Silverstream School

Raroa Intermediate Khandallah School Plimmerton School Belmont Memorial Hall Kaitoke Outdoor Education Centre

Book online at

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