WHAT'S ON

  March 2020

Tuesday 17th

He Taonga Te Reo O Te Rangitahi

Te Oranga Nui | Healthy Families

Te Runanga O Nga Wairiki Ngati Apa 10AM-2PM

Collecting the valuable voice of rangitahi in our district. For those aged between 10-24 years, living in the Whanganui, Rangitikei, Ruapehu districts, who identify as Maori. Limited Spaces.

Register your interest to Leez – lee-arna.nepia@teoranganui.co.nz

Sunday 22nd

Youth Council Inaugral Meeting

2.30pm-4.30pm | Council Chambers

Youth Council meet every month except in November due to NCEA exams.  We talk about topics of interest in our District, form submissions to local and central government and execute projects that benefit Rangitīkei Youth.  Our meetings are open to the public, so if your interested come along!  For this months meeting agenda and order paper, click on the link below for more info.

 

Sunday 29th

Marton Harvest Festival

Hosted by Project Marton 10am – 4pm

The Marton Harvest Festival is on again. Come and celebrate the harvest season in true country fashion. With over 160 quality stalls, food, music and fun. A day to bring the family, join your friends and neighbours and celebrate our history and harvest.

Age friendly for everyone!

  April 2020

10th – 13th

Easter Weekend

Get your chocolate on!

This event is yet to be confirmed – watch this space!!

11TH

Whanau Day

11th Ocotber @ 11am – 2pm

Marton Memorial Hall

The Family Start team at Te Oranganui will be hosting a Whānau Day on Friday 11 October 2019 from 11am – 2pm at the Memorial Hall in Marton.
The day will be packed with live entertainment, games and activities for all ages with special guest Chad Chambers.
Information will be available from service providers such as:
– Plunket
– Jigsaw
– Te Kotuku Hauora
– Tamariki Ora
The Family Start Whānau Day is a free event for all families so come on down and see what we have to offer you…

15TH

Youth Council Meeting

15th October @ 5pm – finish

Marton Council Chambers

Youth Council meet every month except in November due to NCEA exams.  We talk about topics of interest in our District, form submissions to local and central government and execute projects that benefit Rangitīkei Youth.  Our meetings are open to the public, so if your interested come along!  For this months meeting agenda and order paper, click on the link below for more info.

  November 2019

23RD

Marton Market Day

23rd November @ 9am – 3pm

Broadway, Follet Street and Marton Park – Marton

Come along and check out all the awesome food and stalls, or help out as a volunteer or even better – register for a stall and start your entrepenurial journey!