22nd Mar 2022

A massive thanks to the crew from THETA Sexwise for the very entertaining performance and fabulous discussion about healthy relationships.

Garden BBQ

4th Mar 2022

We are having a BBQ for our garden volunteers today - so if you have worked in the garden, even for a little bit, come and join in at 12.30 - we would love to see you! You don't need to bring anything for the bbq, just yourselves!

We have a new position!

1st Mar 2022

Fantastic opportunity to make a difference... We are looking for someone to fill a full-time Kaitautoko Ākonga - Learner Support role. Check out the full Job Description to learn more about this exciting opportunity!

Hit the Poster

27th Feb 2022

Huge shout out to Matt Moriarty for running this amazing digital art workshop! We had 10 focused and enthusiastic participants who all worked full steam and created some very cool posters - thanks to the Ministry of Youth Development for funding this opportunity!

Haiku February

25th Feb 2022

Haiku Feb went off with style down at the container mall today!

Poets took up pens

thought of words and created

their masterpieces

This was run in collaboration with the Kaikōura Library and Kaikōura Museum!

YEP 2022!

2nd Feb 2022

The Youth Employability Programme is starting up again on the 9th of Feb! check out the video to see what it's all about...

Youth Audit

25th Jan 2022

We have a Youth Audit coming up to assess our space and discover what we can do to improve it for our local young people. This is happening from 10.30 am - 1pm of Friday 28th January. There is a $20 voucher for all participants in the auditing group, and kai provided! Get in touch for any questions or to register on 027 564 8407. 

There are also audits running for the Scout Hall and the Kaikōura District Library (both sessions must be attended for these audits).
Library - Friday 28th 2.30pm - 5pm and Saturday 29th 11am - 12pm
Scout Hall - Friday 28th 7pm - 9pm and Saturday 29th 1pm - 2pm

Wrapping up the year in the Big Smoke

8th Dec 2021

The year is starting to wrap up and the Kare Toa group finally got their trip to Christchurch. 

Some of our youth have shown a real interest in one day having a career in the tourism industry and living in a beautiful place like Kaikōura, how could you not be tempted to further your studies and get amongst it.

We started our trip with a tour of the New Zealand School of Tourism where we were shown around campus by Denise who has been a big part of the school for many years, starting as a student and returning to work there as one of the people who run it. The tour helped our youth to see that this is a real possibility if they choose to go in the direction of the School of Tourism as everyone was friendly and welcoming, even having some of their students who ran a game with us took away the edge and ended with us all laughing and feeling involved.

Next we went into the city center to have lunch at the Riverside Market. To start with it was all a bit overwhelming with so much going on and all the food choices to choose from but burgers and sushi won. We then got to listen to Christmas carols outside as we took in the atmosphere of what Christchurch is all about. 

We finished off with a visit to Laser Strike and boy what a work out! By the end a few of us were melting but the screams of excitement as the game was played echoed through the building. What an awesome way to wrap up our visit to the big smoke.

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