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Christchurch’s much-loved KidsFest will celebrate 30 years of entertaining, teaching and connecting children in July.
People are being encouraged to step up their fitness through a new series of guided walks that gradually move from a wetland wander to a more challenging hill climb.
Gear up for a sporty weekend or head to Sumner for a fun activity day and remember to celebrate Mother’s Day on Sunday with a special treat or afternoon tea.
A date has been set for Christchurch’s first ever Matariki Fireworks Spectacular.
The doors to some of Christchurch’s most captivating buildings will be thrown open to the public in a new celebration of the city’s architecture.
Book in the family for a trip to a massive charity book sale or a festival walk in the city or perhaps you prefer a ‘Ladies Night’ out with friends at the theatre.
Christchurch’s inaugural Tīrama Mai lighting event will celebrate Matariki in the heart of the city and in New Brighton.
Join the Dawn Service on Anzac Day, take in one of the many family friendly walks on offer, find a scarecrow, step back in time or head to the rugby.
Walk, run or fly into the school holidays weekend for an event-packed Walking Festival, the National Touch Championship or a display of electric aircraft.
Discover some of Christchurch’s best spaces to explore, learn and be entertained these holidays.
An all-electric, self-flying air taxi that rises like a helicopter and flies like a plane will be on display at Tūranga this weekend.
A weekend for foodies, runners, or art and music lovers, along with a pool party for dogs and a fun day for families – you will be spoiled for choice.
The streets of Christchurch will be filled with runners and walkers this weekend as the ASB Christchurch Marathon celebrates its 40th anniversary.
Celebrate the long weekend with a trip to the Oxford A&P Show, a night at the rugby, a treasure trail and Easter egg hunts.
Send the kids on a wildlife treasure hunt exploring surprise spots in the central city.
Search for "Things to do" on the Christchurch City Council website