Gallery @ 2019

跟穿上漂亮繁殖羽,处于最佳状态,准备迁飞的候鸟说再见 为什么称三藩市为“旧金山”,新西兰为“新金山”?我们来了解新西兰淘金历史 Farewell the migrant birds and see them at their best shape. Why did we call San Francisco “Old Gold Mine” and NZ “New Gold Mine” ? We’ll look at the Gold Rush history

Our Gallery @ 2019

26th January 2019 Epsom Chinese Association visit to Miranda

190209 Trace the history of Maori King Movement, visit National Wetland Centre, PYO blueberry

190302 Tree maintenance, mulching

190323 Goat Island Marine Reserve and Omaha one day trip

Goat Island snorkeling trip on 7th April, co-organized with Department of Conservation and NZ Chinese Youth Trust

27th April, 2019 Another Repair Café is coming up again soon !!!

190514 Free Arataki Walk and talk

25th May 2019 Beach clean up and bird talk

2nd June 2019 ECO Club

21st June 2019 Sewing Repair Café

Repair Cafe is opening again on the 29th of June

5th July 2019 Sewing Repair Café

190706 Bee Wax Wrap workshop

CCET’S volunteers trip to Tauranga on 13.7.19

19th July 2019 Sewing Repair Café

190727 Mandarin Love Food Hate Waste workshop

190727 Tree Planting at Te Atatu

2nd August 2019 Sewing Repair Café

190803 Sanders Reserve tree planting

16th August 2019 Sewing Repair Café and Happy Lunch together

190824 Animal pest control talk at New Lynn

190826 Visit to the Waitakere Transfer Station

190831 Animal pest control talk at Albany

6th September 2019 Sewing Repair Café

13th-15th September 2019 Dominion Road Moon Festival

20th September 2019 Sewing Repair Café

4th October 2019 Sewing Repair Café

20th September 2019 Sewing Repair Café

191102 Pakuranga Free Mandarin composting Talk

7th November 2019 Waste Expert Expo

The Last Sewing Repair Café 15th November 2019

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