Join us for a celebration of Lindsay Creek. Arohina te awa! Our team of community champions, supported by the Valley Project welcome everyone to come along for some feel good sounds and creeky fun!
Live music, face-painting, kids zone, interactive education stalls, food trucks, sausage sizzle and more - details below!
It's a free family fun and education day that acknowledges papatuanuku/awa/ and our green spaces in the valley. We love our creek, look after it through the year and honour it at Creekfest.
Bring a picnic, blanket, coffee cup, friends & whānau and some cash, as eftpos is limited.
We need lots of helpers on the day - if you're able to help, please sign up here: http://bit.ly/CreekfestVolunteersignupsheet
Music & entertainment
- Sacred Heart School Kapa haka
- The Whirling Eddys
- Koputai People's Party
Amelia 'mischief' from Dunedin North Intermediate will perform 2 original songs. Amelia and band recently performed in the Spring in the Valley festival and was very well received.
Otago Museum science educator, Amadeo will conduct an extreme weather storm demonstration to finish up the festivities.
Creative Creeky Education and community:
- Orokonui Ecosanctuary
- Otago Regional Council
- Keep Dunedin Beautiful
- Enviroschools Otago
- Otago Fish and Game Council
- NEV Community Garden
- Open Valley Urban Ecosanctuary
Signal Hill Studios - bring your own T shirt or gear to be printed on the day for a koha. Cotton is best, but anything without bumps that will interfere with printing.
Dr. Rock - back to answer all your rock questions - BYO rocks, minerals, fossils and curiosities
Heritage NZ - find out about heritage listed locations and take a short walking tour of interesting spots at Chingford Park.
Seed Swap table - bring your seeds to swap!
- Kids Yoga Dunedin
- North East Valley Playgroup
- Opoho Playcentre
- Ice creams
Mat Hatter's pōtae parade and tea party (picnic) - decorate a hat in a creek theme, and join the parade on the day, culminating in a picnic on the lawn. Lots of spot prizes to be won!
Entry is free, but a koha would be appreciated.
In case of wet weather, we will post in this event on Friday 15th of November.