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FREE Tai Chi at Oteha Valley School
Monday, 24 July, 2017
Albany

Walk with us Albany Newcomers!
Monday, 24 July, 2017
Albany

FREE Tai Chi at Oteha Valley School
Tuesday, 25 July, 2017
Albany

Centre Mutual Aid (CMA)
Tuesday, 25 July, 2017
Albany

English conversation, Kiwi culture and slang!
Tuesday, 25 July, 2017
Albany

FREE Tai Chi at Oteha Valley School
Wednesday, 26 July, 2017
Albany

FREE Tai Chi at Oteha Valley School
Thursday, 27 July, 2017
Albany

Albany

Once known as Oteha, Albany was an important meeting place for Maori who lived in the area, or passed through travelling north/south or along Lucas Creek (known as Te Wharau). North of Auckland City, Albany is home to 30000 people, the centre of Albany includes a wide variety of retail, commercial, community, and recreation environments for the community.

The Albany Newcomers group has recently started & would love you to join them, please come & make some new friends!

Why Join Us

Join us to make new friends, find out about events and get involved in your new community.

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Coordinator - Laure

Laure - Albany Newcomers Network

Welcome to Albany Newcomers Network!

Albany and the Upper Harbour region is an amazingly diverse area with a great variety of facilities, parks, communities, and people. There is something for everyone to enjoy.
My name is Laure Romanetti, the new Albany Newcomers Network Coordinator. I come from France, from a family who has a history of migration: Corsica, North Africa, Brittany and now New Zealand! My family, my husband and 2 boys (now teenagers) moved to this beautiful country 15 years ago. My NZ work experience includes the airline industry, tutoring for the University of Auckland and chocolate making. I am also a student and a volunteer.

I look forward to connecting with you and assist you in meeting other newcomers to this amazing, diverse, fast growing community. Together we have a chance to shape Albany into the place we want it to be.

 

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