What's on in Taranaki - March


Taranaki Multi Ethnic Extravaganza
7 March, New Plymouth Raceway, Rogan Street

Join us as we showcase and celebrate the cultural traditions that contribute to the cultural tapestry of the Taranaki Region. The Extravaganza traditionally starts with the colourful Multicultural Parade down Devon Street, in the heart of New Plymouth City, starting at 10am from the Clock Tower. Many local Ethnic communities proudly march in the parade in their national costumes to showcase the magnificent representation of our multiculturalism in Taranaki.

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WOMAD New Zealand
13 - 15 March, TSB Bowl of Brooklands

WOMAD is a feast for all of the senses. Hear music from throughout the globe, join in with workshops led by talented international musicians, taste delicious and exotic food cooked by the artists, listen to talks, experience the art, dance your heart out and generally soak up the atmosphere and the joy of discovery!

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Taranaki IOD Branch Event - The Power of Culture
Wednesday 18 March, 7.30 - 9am, The Devon Hotel

No longer is it enough for Boards and leaders to be merely concerned about the ‘Tone at the Top”. We must understand and influence the “Mood in the Middle” and the “Buzz at the Bottom”.

Join us at this panel breakfast with Tom Boon, Mary Bourke and Bev Gibson who will share their experiences and insights on the leadership role the board plays in shaping the culture of an organisation.

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Pukeiti Adventure Trail
Sunday 22 March, 10am - 3pm, Pukeiti Gardens, 2290 Carrington Road

Pukeiti and Cut a Trail Events are excited to bring you the first ever Pukeiti Adventure Trail. With 3km, 6km and 13km options, this fun and physical adventure through the Pukeiti rainforest is suitable for a range of ages and fitness levels

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Taranaki Relay for Life 2020
Saturday 28 March, TET Stadium, Inglewood

WHAT IS RELAY FOR LIFE? It is Taranaki Cancer Society's biggest community fundraiser. The funds raised are used to support all people in Taranaki affected by all types of cancer. This is a time to Celebrate, Remember and Fight Back! Get your team together now, registrations are open http://taranaki.relayforlife.org.nz/.

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