Habonim Dror Auckland Ken


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Hi Aucklanders,

If you can't read the bright rainbow title up the top its because its only for child eyes ;) Just Kidding!! But this Sundays Peulah is!

This Sunday 2nd March is Childrens Day and Auckland Ken will be have a funtastic Childrens Day carnival with a bouncy castle, sweet treats and everything a kid can come up with in their imaginative little minds!
Starting at 1pm - 3pm at the Ma'adon (79 Margot St) for Shtilim to Chotrim.
Upcoming Events in Auckland:

On the Sunday 16th March there is the Annual Bnei Akiva and Habonim Dror Purim Carnival.
This year it will be at the Raye Freedman Library (788 Remuera Rd, Meadowbank)

Starting with:
  • 8:30am Shacharit 
  • 9:15am Megila Reading
  • 9:45am Purim Party
The Carnival is for everyone, so invite all your friends and family!
For further information feel free to contact me or check out the HaboANZ facebook page. (
Important note: We are now asking for Auckland kens biannual fees. These funds go solely towards buying the crafts supplies and other goods needed to run peulot (programs). Without these funds, we would not be able to run the weekly programs. Therefore, we encourage you to get your fees through to us as soon as possible.

As with previous years, the biannual fees are $50 per child. This can now be direct debited to the Auckland ken account (02-0159-0370644-009). Please reference your payment with your child's full name and the words 'ken fees'. We are very grateful for your continued support.

Please note we will never turn a chanich/a (child) away for financial reasons. If you have any concerns or hesitations in this regard, we are happy to come to an arrangement that best suits your needs. Automatic payment options over several months are also an option here.
For any further information needed about this Sunday or anything else, please don't hesitate to contact me. I hope to see everyone there :)

Avigal Kazula
Rosh Auckland Ken 2014
Please note:
Lost property from camp will be on display for the rest of term.
If possible please park on Manukau Rd and respect the residents of Margot St.
We'd like to thank the Maon Trust for their generosity in providing us with the Ma'adon.