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To promote the sustainable development of the Lake Wairewa and Southern Bays catchments, plan, fund, develop and establish facilities which contribute to the social, cultural, environmental or economic wellbeing of residents or visitors to that area'.

Birdlings Flat Community Centre

TE WHARE TAPERE O TE MATA HAPUKU BIRDLINGS FLAT COMMUNITY CENTRE

 

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Birdlings Flat Community Centre is available for hire.

$10 per hour non profit groups – MondayThursday

$15 per hour – self employed tutor to run groups

$20 per hour – private social functions to a maximum of $100 per day

$30 per hour – commercial events and seminars
All private function bookings will be required to pay a $200 refundable bond (paid at the time of booking)
Price on application for long term/full weekend hire

Birdlings Flat MoasicLisa Wilkins-Pirika‘s Community Sculpture and the name of the Hall have been installed at a working Bee on the 20 July 2018.

MiriamaMiriama Kamo launched her children’s book “The Stolen Stars of Matariki” on Sunday the 8th, at the  Birdlings Flat Community Hall. She shared with us how impossible it felt to write the book until she (at the very last moment) decided to situate the story’s PLACE at…Birdling ‘s Flat involving her whānau (family). Birdlings Flat is Miriama’s beloved childhood home and both her parents were in attendance.   With her unique story and exceptional delivery, the consensus amongst the  community and visitors alike, was that Miriama and her unique story for the stars of Matariki afforded everyone  attending the  experience of being a part of whānau Marama (family of light) that will never dim, or be stolen from  amongst us.  To read the full article go HERE 


 

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