Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Manaia Artists at Work

We are gearing up to our MAJOR FUNDRAISER of the year! On Queen's Birthday Monday our 'Great Manaia Mid Winter Arts and Craft Show! will be happening at the Parua Bay Community Centre. We have had an amazing group of dedicated and hard working parents who have made this event happen! Come along, bring friends and family, and enjoy the day - check out local artists and their work, enjoy a coffee and lunch at the cafe, a sausage from the bbq, have your face painted and a pony ride! Our Manaia children have been working on their own art work for display on the day - check it out below!


Anonymous said...

What fantastic artists you all are, the show is going to be very special with your wonderful paintings on the walls.

Anonymous said...

What awesome paintings everyone - what talented artists we have Manaia Kindy. Maybe tomorrow you might like to do a painting as well Izaak!


PS Love how you have put the slide show together Teachers - very clever!

Amanda and Josh Askew said...

Wow I love these fantastic art works. Such beautiful bright colours. I can't wait to see them at the show.
Holly's Mum

Breakaway Retreat said...

What fantastic art work you have created for our Art and Craft Show. You can see by your expressions on your faces that a lot of work and effort is being put into these masterpieces. We look forward to displaying them at the show.


Anonymous said...

What beautiful paintings and what hard work! We love your community spirit.
Lee & Tracy
Walbrook Early Learning Centre

Manaia Kindergarten said...

Hi Walbrook Learning Centre - Lee and Tracy. It was a tremendous event with parents, children, families, teachers all chipping in. The Whangarei Heads community love this event and look forward to it every year. It takes an awesome amount of work and we would like to thank our fantastic committee who worked so hard to make this event so successful. Thanks to them and many other families too!! from Beverly, Tania and Dee

Hunter Park said...

Neat art and what an interestign way to display it.
David at Hunter Park Kindergarten