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CreekFest 2017

When:

Sun 26 Mar 2017, 12:00pm–5:00pm

Where: Chingford Park, North East Valley, Dunedin, Otago

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Website:

Listed by: theresatrotter

CreekFest is a family festival celebrating our awa/creek with live music, games, education, children's activities and performances, food, and more!

Awa Walks:
Awa discovery walk (suitable for children) - Meet at the Pentland St playground at 12 noon for an awa/creek walk making our way to Chingford for the commencement of the festival at 1pm.

Tributary exploration walk - For those looking for something more challenging, meet at the Selwyn Street bridge at 11am uncover the underground life of a spring.

Music Festival:
- Tahu & the Takahes
- Left or Right Sound System
- Tiny Pieces of Eight
- The Whirling Eddy's
Plus: Iron Mammoth will play at the CreekFest afterparty at the Inch Bar in the evening.

Kids Zone:
- Magic Jay
- Kids yoga
- Kaitrin the storyteller
- Opoho Playcentre - activities for under 5
- Opoho school scavenger hunt
- Playgroup activities
- Athletics demonstration
- Pakiki kids
- Colouring
- Painted rocks mandala
- Face painting and more to come!

Youth engagement:
- Dunedin Youth Council - Lawn games and chill zone
- Acroyoga
- Tinker School

Education - stalls and activations from:
- Enviroschools
- Otago Regional Council
- DCC Waste and Water tea
- Fish & Game - electric fishing demonstration
- Creek discovery with Tahu
- Wild Dunedin Festival
- Keep Dunedin Beautiful

And... sausage sizzle, Beam me up bagels, Grid coffee, ice creams from Valley kai share. Our goal is to make this a zero waste event, so please come prepared to take your rubbish away with you.

This festival couldn't happen without our amazing volunteers and event sponsors - if you'd like to get involved with this fantastic community event, please contact us at the Valley Project.

Follow our event on Facebook for all the up-to-date information.

Restaurants to book near CreekFest 2017