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Families of Wonderland: Trees of Life

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This year at Families of Wonderland we are going to be reclaiming the story of our awesomeness by creating a family forest!

The theme of the Festival this year is Reclamation, and at our Families event we will be looking at exploring the stories of our whānau, our strengths, our hopes, the people who help us grow and the future that we are working together to create!  Each member of our families will create their own 4 dimensional tree, and as we combined these trees together we will discover the forest that is our family, and together, our community.  It is a chance to celebrate the unique and vibrant ways our families contribute to each other and the world. 

Alongside the fun of making your own forest...  there will be the lovely faeries, some yummy treats, bunnies, plus other activities to work together on.  It will be an opportunity to connect with others, have some fun and celebrate your family.

Places are limited so we are asking people to register through eventfinda (click the register button below), but if registrations are full please email Karen on to check availability.

Let’s celebrate the unique colour that you and your family bring to the landscape of our community.

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