‘WOW’, what a day! Thank you to all of you that came along and supported this fabulous community event. We hope you enjoyed yourselves as much as we did.
A big collection of photos that captures the day beautifully. Thank you Christine Watton for being our event photographer. We appreciate the time and effort you put in to get these fabulous shots for us. Sharon Russell – thank you for once again showing your love for Kaiapoi and being the MC yesterday. We love seeing you and your talented family up there on the stage.
Also we would like to acknowledge and thank the following:
Ministry of Culture and Heritage, CERT, Pub Charity, Christchurch Methodist Mission and the Kaiapoi i-site……without your support, these kind of events would never be so successful. So, ‘thank you, thank you, thank you’.
Like and share this post so more people find out about You Me We Us Kaiapoi……I wonder what our next event or project will be???
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~~ Expressions of Interest sought~~
Get a team of 2 together (minimum age 15)
walking/running and cycling
Sunday 27th November 9.00AM START
FUN AND VERY COMPETITIVE
AMAZING PRIZES UP FOR GRABS
$20.00 PER TEAM
Contact Linda via email address for your registration form
The Kaiapoi Night Market Stallholders are back and raring to go.....on Thursday evening at Trousselot Park (Charles St, Kaiapoi) from 5pm - 8pm. Some specials ....Debz Frybread is offering 3 frybreads for $5 and toppings are free!!! Along with Lisa's gorgeous range of soy candles, she will also have strawberry plants 3 for $5, flowering miniature iris plants from $8 and catnip $3 or 2 for $5. Sue will be selling freshly picked rhubarb, parsnips, pumpkins, free range eggs and pinecones. Come down and support this local market 🙂 Lots of other stalls too including hot food, home baking and preserves.
This is our first posting, welcome to the YouMeWeUs website.
You Me We Us a registered charity, is made up of a small number of volunteers committed to bringing to Kaiapoi events and particularly community projects relating to the themes of enhancing natural environment, young people and youth space, arts and culture, businesses and economic development and community spaces and facilities. To build on community involvement, camaraderie and enjoyment. that will increase a sense of connectedness between residents.