40 days ago

Celebrate Santa’s arrival at WestCity Waitakere

WestCity Waitakere

Join the WestCity Explorers Fern & Nikau on Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th November as we celebrate Santa’s arrival.

Enjoy a fun filled weekend of Christmas festivities including:
● Meet & take photos with Santa
● Receive a FREE Christmas activity pad with every Santa photo purchased!
● Decorate and take home your own Gingerbread Man
● Decorate and take home your own Christmas hat
● Face painting
● Balloon artist
● Jugglers
● WestCity Explorers handing out treats

Where: WestCity Waitakere Level 1, Centre Court 7 Catherine Street, Henderson
When: Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th November from 10.30am – 2.30pm

Phone: +64 9 978 6700
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