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Youth Events Calendar for October 2011, Rotorua

Youth Events Calendar for October 2011, Rotorua

Youth Events for October 2011 @ WWW.ROTAZ.CO.NZ






RACELINE KARTING RACE OF NATIONS  9 Sept – 23 October Off Road NZ, Mamaku



RUGBY WORLD CUP OFFICIAL FAN ZONE 8-9October Rotorua Convention Centre



NIGHTMARE AT THE MUSEUM 8-9October Rotorua Museum(High School students only)

Yr 9-13

$5 entry or$20/group
Rippa Rugby TOurnement 9 October Kuirau Park



BREAKAWAY HOLIDAY PROGRAMME 10-14 October9am till 4pm daily Available for 11 – 13 year olds who wouldn’t normally get to participate in a school holiday program.


 11- 13


For queries or rego forms contact Emma Taylor at 07 348 5051,

Te Waiariki Purea Trust. 

Driver Directions – a youth driving event 11 October Motor Sport Park, Taupo (Must be on Learners or Restricted license) practical driving programme to help young drivers develop their skills in a safe off road environment.

15-19 years


Contact Jodie Lawson on 0274545713 or email

tribal rugby festival 11 October – 13 October Rotorua Lakefront (Village Green)

All ages

FREE – During the dayEvening Entertainment – $30/person
BAY PROUD – A CENTRY OF BOP RUGBY 13 August – 4 December Rotorua Museum

All ages

FREE – Rotorua Residents with I.D. 
NZ POLYFEST 14 October Kuirau Park



GJ GARDENERS HOMES BIKEMANIA 16 October Puarenga Park, Te Ngae Road

All kids

Early Bird – $18/Reg.: $20Register before 1 October
ZOMBIE WALK MAKE-UP WORKSHOP 16 October Rotorua Arts VillageZombie Walk – Make up Workshop
11-2.00pm with Layla Robinson, Studio 1

All ages


Rotorua Zombie Walk October 29th The dead will rise and lurch through the city of Rotorua. Groans will be heard to the far reaches of the region, and bloody figures will send shivers down the spine of the bravest human.

All Ages























Remember to show your YouthCard @ any of the following Rotorua businesses for great deals & discounts: Subway Rotorua Locations: free drink & bickie with any sub, salad or wrap purchase; The Wall: $10 for climbing plus harness; Reading Cinemas Rotorua: Accepted as Student ID (10% discount on movies); Rotorua Aquatics Centre: purchase a swim and get a free spaband; Hell’s Pizza Rotorua: $1.00 off any order; Strike Zone Family Entertainment 10 Pin bowling: $8 for 1 game & $13 for 2 games; Vegas & Xploit Shops: 10% off regular retail (after 3:30pm weekdays);Rotorua Rockshop: 10% off musical instrument accessories (regular price only);  FIX: 10% off all hot drinks


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  • DigitalMaoriRT @di_f_w: Of course @trelisecooper knows appropriating the Native American headdress is offensive. This is an attempt to profit off peopl… about a day ago
  • DigitalMaoriRT @di_f_w: I have long believed @trelisecooper to be the most boring, unimaginative fashion designer in NZ and cheap shots like this just … about a day ago
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  • DigitalMaoriRT @caniwikiwi: @trelisecooper As someone who was a 70's hipster I can say for sure we did not wear the ceremonial dress of First Nations. … about a day ago
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