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OneChance Anzac Kite Festival

When:

Sat 25 Apr 2015, 12:00pm–5:00pm

Where: Ngongotaha Domain, Domain Ave, Ngongotaha, Rotorua, Bay of Plenty

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: RotoruaYouthCentre

The students of the 2015 OneChance Youth Project (OCYP) are creating a free-fun-filled-family event to commemorate the centennial anniversary of WW1 in remembrance of our fallen soldiers by hosting the OneChance Anzac Kite Festival on Anzac Day, Ngongotaha Domain, 12pm to 5pm. Food stalls, bouncy castles, bouncy slide, merry-go-round, face painting, spray tattoos, wind-art workshop, competitions and loads of prizes. There will be five hours of live music and cultural performances. With a spectacular array of more than 150 massive kites and wind art from around NZ on display for all to enjoy. Make sure you come along and have a fun day out and to honour our ANZAC soldiers. This event is a family-safe environment that is smoke, alcohol and drug free.

The OCYP is an intensive leadership, team building and event planning programme designed solely for youth empowerment and development. Now in its third year, the aim of the OCYP is to inspire students to achieve their goals and dreams whilst inspiring others to achieve theirs. Each of the five Rotoura High Schools including Girls High, Boys' High, Western Heights, Lakes High and JPC nominate three to five students for each project who met every Wednesday and organise a Youth Development Programme. The students have been identified as having the potential to be great future leaders, they are all motivating and inspiring in their own right. Throughout the duration of the programme, they will learn skills they will use for the rest of their lives; leadership, time management, team building, public speaking, communication, event planning and much more by participating in a real-world business-like experience. At the completion of the course they will gain a NCEA Level 3 12 credit unit and a Certificate in Youth Development.The OCYP is supported by the Rotorua Community Youth Centre Trust, Rotorua Mayor Steve Chadwick, Rotorua and National MP Todd McClay.

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