The new Kuaotunu Library held its first open day a few weeks ago and more than 50 families have already signed up. The Kuaotunu Library used to be for many years in a back room of the Kuaotunu Hall and offered limited access to the public. During the AGM of the Kua...
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The Hall Committee is delighted to announce that another piece of history is now proudly displayed in the Kuaotunu Hall, in the form of a stunning display case crafted from the kauri wood from the original hall foundations. The display case contains a rugby ball signed by me...
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No, the white primer paint on the front door of the hall is not intended to be a permanent feature... The Hall Committee is grateful to Dave Fitzgerald who took the door away earlier this year in order to repair the large hole that had developed in the middle. The door wil...
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In April 2017 the Kuaotunu community voted for the creation of a new committee to investigate the practicality and viability of a new site for the Kuaotunu Library. ...
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The piano has been a feature of the Kuaotunu Hall for many years now. However a number of users, especially wedding clients, don’t want the piano in the hall during their event, or want it in a different position, and therefore move it around. This wasn't such an...
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The Kuaotunu Hall was proud to host the inaugural 10 Artists Exhibition during Auckland Anniversary weekend. Created to showcase the work of Kuaotunu's local artists, work by Felicity Witters, Colin Verner, Chris Charteris, Lutz Gaebler, Claire Elliot, Lizzy Leckie, Ian...
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Successful 1940's Dance Party

November 26, 2017
Armistice Day, 11 November 2017 was chosen as the date for the Kuaotunu Hall 1940’s Dance Party organised by Jannine Verner and friends.  It was a wonderful way to celebrate the re-opening of the hall after several months of closure following the laying of the new swa...
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A highly successful fundraising event opened on October 26th with an exhibition by Phillip Fickling. Hosted by FOLK (Friends of the Library Kuaotunu), this event was organized by Isabel Gilbert Palmer as part of a three day book weekend....
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The Kuaotunu Hall was built in the early 1890s, soon after gold was discovered in the area. For many years, this beautiful little hall has been at the heart of the Kuaotunu community - providing a space for local community activities and private functions. Originally pa...
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A New Floor with a Long History

September 13, 2017
One of the many treasures of the Hall is the beautiful new kauri floor. Laid in 2017 to replace the old and worn original kauri floor, it is new - but also some 5,000 years old......
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