Happening on Karangahape Road for 2019
Sat 12th Oct
Journey through Karangahape Road. Haerenga - Journey
The Māori Urban story told by the charismatic Pua Brothers. Thoroughly entertaining, always informative, let Sofi Ulugia-Pua and Rev. Mua Strickson-Pua lead you on tour filled with Waiata Māori - enjoying popular Māori music, and Kanikani - Dance for Unity Kotahitanga.
Symonds Street Cemetery Tour
A fascinating glimpse into the history the first major cemetery in Auckland. The location is an important transportation hub for trails at first, and then later for roads to the west and south. Modelled on a 19th century English cemetery, it is also the final resting place for Māori in early days.
This walk is popular with all ages and gives a better appreciation of early Auckland.
Sun 27th Oct
Fononga (Tongan) - Journey. Urban pacific focus stories come history
Commentary, Poetry, Comedy by the charismatic Pua Brothers. Thoroughly entertaining, always informative, let Sofi Ulugia-Pua and Rev. Mua Strickson-Pua lead you on tour filled with Pacific Musika and Hulohula (Tongan) Dance.
Tues 8th Oct
Gertie and the Geese Book Launch
Sponsored by the K'Road Business Association, Lynnie Howcroft and Elianna Gabriel present their second book about the new settlers that lived in Newton East under spaghetti junction.
Music and Auckland Methodism
Join Dr Helen Laurenson to hear the journey of the historic Pitt Street Methodist Church. Learn how society has changed since the laying of the foundation stone in 1865.
Organist Walter Nicholls will play a selection of music (from Handel to the Star Wars theme) on the 1911 pipe organ.