Pukeahu Game Dev Girls : Make games & learn code!
Learn to create a multi-level video game (think Super Mario Bros), inspired by the characters and stories of Pukeahu and Aotearoa, including some awesome wāhine. This afterschool programme is for girls aged 11-15 who are curious about coding and making video games. No previous experience is required. Takes place at the Pukeahu Education Centre on Mondays from 29 July – 16 September, 3.45-5.15pm.
More details including costs and registration are here.
Upcoming ceremonies at the National War Memorial
Members of the public are welcome to attend these ceremonies. If attending, please be seated inside the Hall of Memories by 10.45am.
|18 August||11:00am||National Commemoration of Vietnam Veterans Day – 54th anniversary|
|3 September||11:00am||National Commemoration of Merchant Navy Day - 80th anniversary|
|18 September||11:00am||National Commemoration of Post-War Malaya/Malaysia Operations Veterans Day - 71st anniversary|
|11 November||11:00am||National Commemoration of the Anniversary of Armistice Day|
More details about Pukeahu ceremonies will be added to this page as events arise.
National War Memorial Carillon
Free Carillon recitals
Every Wednesday at 12.30pm
Every Friday at 12.30pm
Every Sunday at 2.30pm
We invite you to Pukeahu to hear National Carillonist, Timothy Hurd QSM, playing the Carillon bells – all 74 of them (but probably not at the same time!) at our regular free recitals. Spice up your weekday lunchtime or Sunday afternoon with the sounds of the Carillon. Feel free to bring a picnic along.
As the Carillon is best heard from outside, we recommend you bring a coat for the recitals as we will keep calm and ‘carillon’ rain or shine!
On occasion we have visiting military bands and guest performers - so do check this page regularly or follow us on facebook for event updates.
Updated on 2nd July 2019