November 17, 2014

Otamatea Repertory Theatre: The Wind in the Willows Opens Friday 21 November 7.30pm #NorthlandNZ


Join in the fun with a classic tale based on the book of the same title by Kenneth Graham. Mr Toad of Toad Hall, Ratty, Mole and Badger, along with a cast of industrious field mice and dastardly weasels will bring a show that can't be missed. Tickets available now. Book online here

November 12, 2014

Congregational Church Cemetery Records Digitisation Project (work in progress)


In preparation for the 150th Anniversary celebrations last November, a comprehensive list and site plan of the Maungaturoto Congregational Cemetery on Gorge Road had been compiled by Albie Paton and the committee. I photographed the list and decided to digitise the records. This is a first for the Kaipara District. It's also a long process, eventually I hope it will be completed before mid-2015. I would like to thank Albie and the committee for their hard work in the compilation of the cemetery list. This is a work in progress so it will pay to check the site every couple of months for updates. You can view the homepage here.

SeniorNet Mangawhai Presentation 27 November 2014


Definitely worth checking out if you're interested in learning the mysteries of social media (Facebook, Twitter etc) and new technology. Fee $5 registration not required. Date 27 November 2014 2.30pm - 4.30pm at The Club, Molesworth Drive, Mangawhai Heads.

PS sorry for the lack of posts for the last 12 months plus. Hopefully we can keep it regularly updated from now on. Liz.

January 25, 2013

New water feature now turned on in Maungaturoto

DSCN4008 The sound of water is now an integral part of our beautiful township. This is part of the ongoing effort by the Maungaturoto Residents Association to beautiful Maungaturoto. If you haven't already taken a look, the new water feature is outside Dreams. Well worth checking out.

January 9, 2013

Maungaturoto launches new branding and new website


Maungaturoto Residents Association have gone all out to rebrand and revamp the internet profile of our lovely town. Featuring a new logo based on the prominent Pukearoa mountain dominating the local landscape, the new website looks to be a winner. Check it out here