Auckland City Council, in collaboration with local groups, is holding a community picnic at Meola Reef on Saturday 21 March 2009.
The event will include performances and presentations from local groups, activities for adults and children, and information about opportunities for being a volunteer at Meola Reef (including tree planting, bird counting and water testing).
Meola Reef and the creeks that surround it are beautiful local assets. Many people in the local community visit the Reef and care for the area through tree planting and other activities.
The Meola Reef Community Picnic aims to foster community connection and strengthen a sense of belonging. It provides an opportunity for the local community to enjoy the Reef together and find out how to get involved with caring for the area.
1-5pm, Saturday 21 March 2009 * (Rain date 28 March)
Meola Reef, in the centre and on the northern side of Meola Rd, Pt Chevalier
How you can be involved
You are invited to attend on the day!
Auckland City Council is also seeking expressions of interest from local groups who could perform or present on their work and/or involvement with Meola Reef on the day (for a maximum of 20 minutes).
There will also be a notice board available for community information, that you are invited to provide content for.
Future events and activities
Future activities including tree planting and reef clean ups will be held after the picnic at dates to be confirmed.
For further information, or to discuss participating in the event, please contact:
- Mik Smellie
- Community Services Place Manager – North
- 09 354 2031
- Eva Lawrence
- Community Services Adviser – North
- 09 354 2056
Further information will be provided closer to the time. Please mark the date in your calendar.