Walk the streets of Grey Lynn with Reverend Mua Strickson-Pua. Learn of music, sports and cultural importance of Grey Lynn. Enjoy the humour, ponder the sad times and delight in the righ heritage around you. Saturday 5 October 2pm – 3.30pm Meet at the Grey Lynn RSC, 1 Frances Street An Auckland Heritage Festival 2013…

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Grey Lynn’s contribution to the Auckland Heritage Festival Literally meaning “to go for a walk” in Samoan the Savalivali  will have lots of colour, history, fun and learning about what makes Grey Lynn a special place with beautiful people.   Guides Reverend Mua  Strickson-Pua (of Grey Lynn RSC Anzac Day fame – and beyond!) and local historian…

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We have live music every Friday night from 8pm and because it is the long weekend we have a band, Kiwi Express on Sunday from 4.30pm.   Our new bistro is just great and Isaac, our caterer, is starting hot roast dinners in our upstairs restaurant (yes you can bring it downstairs if you want) …

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This year the Royal New Zealand RSA have rebranded themselves and as the Grey Lynn RSC  is not a member of the RSA and never has been, it is not allowed to have a Poppy Day for the first time in almost 80 years. This loss of income is critical to the survival of the Grey…

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