Home News Collaboration Projects Tauranga Youth Development's 100% Summer 2018 highlights video

Tauranga Youth Development’s 100% Summer 2018 highlights video

Check out Tauranga Youth Development’s 100% Summer 2018 highlights video. “We had a sweet summer in the bay!” the team exclaimed. Vector Group Charitable Trust is proud to have worked alongside the 100% Summer crew by hosting TYDT and Night Owl at the Te Puke youth centre on Oxford Street. Looking forward to a growing relationship and future collaboration opportunities.

Enabling young people and those who work with young people to be connected, strengthened and validated.

Urban Dance put on a dance demonstration at the Tauranga Youth Development Team’s ‘100% Summer’ programme at Arataki Park recently
Urban Dance put on a dance demonstration at the Tauranga Youth Development Team’s ‘100% Summer’ programme at Arataki Park recently

The Tauranga Youth Development Team has enjoyed another summer of delivering successful youth events, including activities at the Under-19 Cricket World Cup and spreading its wings to include a Night Owl Cinema screening at Waihi Beach.

The ‘100% Summer’ programme has been running for the past five years, offering outdoor cinema and activities in local parks including parkour, basketball, cricket, volleyball, giant games, art workshops and dance demonstrations, as well as competitions and giveaways.

TYDT general manager Becks Clarke says the 15 events that made up the programme last month, from Waihi Beach to Maketu, were all well-attended.

“The team put a lot of effort into it, with good uptake and attendance,” says Becks. “Being able to get into different areas was really positive for us.

“With additional support, and the more people who hear about it, each year we seem to be able to add on a few more neighbourhoods or locations.”

Holding events at the Under-19 Cricket World Cup was also a highlight this year, says Becks.

The non-profit organisation ran a campaign alongside the programme called ‘What about you?’ to encourage people under the age of 18 not to drink alcohol.

“Some of the giveaways and support around that was really positive, with young people embracing the message and the importance of not drinking until they are 18.”

TYDT is currently in the process of developing a ‘100% Winter Youth Festival’ from July to September, which will include activities such as movies, gaming and snow activities.

The team will also be delivering events in local schools during Youth Week from May 19-27, which also incorporates New Zealand Music Month and New Zealand Techweek.

Keep an eye out for upcoming events on the Tauranga Youth Development Team Facebook page.

Article Source: https://sunlive.co.nz/news/172449-success-youth-development-team.html

Stay connected on Social 😉

12,859FansLike
1,812FollowersFollow
24,383FollowersFollow
3,611SubscribersSubscribe

Latest article

pink shirt day bully

Pink Shirt Day 2019

Pink Shirt Day is on Friday 17 May in 2019. Join the movement to stop bullying and spread aroha and kindness!
one chance youth awards 2019

One Chance Youth Awards

The annual OneChance Youth Awards are back for 2019! Now in its 3rd year, the awards will...
te puke throwdown national dance battle

Te Puke Showdown – National Dance Battle

A WBOPDC funded Te Puke COLAB YED project. A Creative Communities funded project.

Police announce non-emergency number – it’s 105

At 10:05 am on the today, New Zealand Police launched 105 (“ten five”), the eagerly anticipated number for the public to report non-emergency situations...

“We are more than you see” “He wai hōhonu a mātou”

Youth Week 2019 will be held 18 - 26 May 2019!
video

Te Puke Vigil unifies community in the wake of the Christchurch Mosque shootings

Thank you to everyone who showed their support and care in our community tonight. A give-a-little page has also been setup...