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5 Fabulous Things To Do In Auckland This Week

By Joy Wood
10th Apr 2017

What’s this? Another week? Yep, but just because you’re working doesn’t mean your life has to be dull.

The City Of Sails is filled with activities to keep your bellies full and to keep that smile on your dial.

Monday 10 April

Mystery Shakes At Grill And Shakes 

Grill and Shakes offers 69 different shake flavours—with everything from Ginger Nut to Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup. Visit this Kingsland store between 12 and 9 pm on a Monday and ask for the Mystery Shake and put your hand in the box and take a pick. Fingers crossed you get your fave. May the odds ever be in your flavour.

Tuesday 11 April

The Smales Farm Golden Egg Hunt

Smales Farm in Takapuna is bringing some Easter fun into your week day with The Smales Farm Golden Egg Hunt. Keep your eyes peeled on their Facebook page for clues—the first will be posted on Tuesday the 11th. Put your egg hunting skills to the test and be into win a bundle of chocolatey heaven. 

Beats By Bingo Northern Union

Do you dream of spending your retirement years playing bingo? Well, you may not have hit your late years just yet, but we’ve got a bingo sesh that will get you yelling BINGO! Northern Union Gastro Pub will be hosting Beats by Bingo, where they play a snippet of a tune and you cross out the song on your card. They’ve got a mix of tunes from back in the day as well as bangers from today. Bring your mates with you to this free event.

Wednesday 12 April

Beer Yoga!  

The international phenomenon of Beer Yoga has finally landed in Auckland. Head along to Beer Yoga at Master and Apprentice in Takapuna, and you will soon find yourself in tree-pose with a brew in your hand (now that sounds like a tough balancing act). A $10 entry fee gets you an hour of Zen and a bottle of brew in your hand. If that sounds like you, make your booking here.

Thursday 13 April

Movies in Parks: Mary Poppins 

Mary Poppins has arrived in Auckland…well, on a giant screen at least. Bring your singing voice simply because Julie Roberts said so. Arrive early to the Movies in Parks: Marty Poppins screening at 5pm for some food and family fun, or else the movie begins at 6pm. We’ll be there before you can say ‘supercalifragilisticexpialidocious’.  

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Image Credit: Mary Poppins

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