The A-List: Spring Into The New Season

The A-List: Spring Into The New Season

 

Finally Spring has arrived! The days are getting warmer, the sky is getting brighter and it is finally time to break out of our winter blanket cocoon and get out and about. We’ve got you sorted for the best ways to spring into the new season!

Affinity

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As far as art sculptures go Affinity is definitely one of the brightest! While it looks super pretty there is a deep meaning behind the art display. The colours and movement within the sculptures represent the complexity of the human brain and explore the effects of Alzheimers. Get down at night time to see the art installation in all its glory, and learn a thing or two!

DATE:

6th -22nd of September 2016 from 5pm

WHERE:

Aotea Square, 50 Mayoral Drive, Auckland

PRICE:

Free

Rainbow’s End Night Frights

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Reasons to go to Rainbow’s end Night Frights. 1. Its night time, 2. You’re in for the fright of your life! Take on the Roller Coaster, Power Surge, Fear Fall, and all your favourite Rainbow’s End rides, while running away from your biggest fears!

DATE:

24th September to 29th October 2016

WHERE:

Rainbow’s End, 2 Clist Cres, Manukau, Auckland 2104

PRICE:

Adult (14+) $42

Children $37

Auckland On Water Boat Show

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It’s the Auckland On Water Boat Show’s 18th birthday this year! Checkout every style of on water craft including paddle boards and kayaks. Bring the whole family- there are plenty of great activities for the kids!

DATE:

29th September to 2nd October 2016

WHERE:

ANZ Viaduct Events Centre, 161 Halsey Street, CBD, Auckland

PRICE:

SINGLE DAY PASS:

ADULT – DAY 15+ years $18.00

CHILD – DAY 15 years and under: FREE

FOUR DAY PASS:

ADULT – MULTI 4 Day Pass $27.00

CHILD – MULTI 15 years and under: FREE

Auckland Diwali Festival

Natyaloka presents Margam Bharatanatyam Dance Recital. College of Education Auditorium, Dunedin, New Zealand. Sunday 24 August 2014. Photo: Chris Sullivan

The Auckland Diwali Festival is back! A celebration of modern and traditional Indian culture, with live music, dancing, theatre, games and amusement rides- you won’t want to miss out! Diwali is also Auckland’s largest vegetarian festival offering amazing traditional Indian food from a range of street food stalls, our tummies are rumbling already!

DATE:

Saturday 15th & Sunday 16th October 2016 12pm-9pm

WHERE:

Aotea Square, 50 Mayoral Drive, Auckland

PRICE:

Free

Local beach/park

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Now that the weather is slowly warming up it is time to get back to our local stomping ground! Pack a picnic or grab some fish and chips and get along to your favourite beach, park or reserve for some well needed vitamin D. If you’re brave enough take an ocean dip and say hello to spring!

 

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