Give-it-a-Go Day is a family-friendly free event designed to give children with disabilities the opportunity to try new things.  The event is being held in the East Lounge at Mt Smart Stadium on Sunday the 10th of February 2019 from 10am till 2pm.   Children with a disability and their families are welcome to enjoy the opportunity to try a range of different activities from music and art to adaptive sports and martial arts.   

A full list of activities includes:
• music, art and dance
• self-defence
• circus activities
• wheelchair basketball
• adaptive PT
• A section of activities from Parafed Sports
• adaptive football
• Go-baby-Go race track
• physical disability rugby league
• Boccia
• the Warriors
• cupcake decorating
• 'pimp your ride' station
• fancy dress
• photo booth
• scavenger hunt
• yoga
• children's entertainers and face painters
• food stalls

We will have a dedicated corner honouring our hard-working parents, including our Mum's corner sponsored by Monaco Nails which will include nail pampering and our Dads corner which will include a Pie and Putt thanks to Dad's Pies and Lumina Mini Golf Stations.
Come along dressed up as your favourite superhero and challenge yourself to new things! Isn't that what Superman or Superwomen would do?

The event has been made possible through the generous support of a range of sponsors and suppliers including:

• Halberg Foundation
• Dad’s Pies
• Happy Kids Face Painting
• Dance and Arts Therapy NZ
• Physical Disability Rugby League
• Party at Yours Kids Party Entertainers
• Monaco Nail Academy
• Functional Adaptive Movement
• Professional Yoga
• Parafed Auckland
• Brighter Rainbows
• Raukatauri Music Therapy
• Go Baby Go
• Wheelstarz
• Adaptive Football
• Yummy Yoga
• Wilson Home Trust

About the Cerebral Palsy Society
The Cerebral Palsy Society is a member-based organisation dedicated to enhancing the lives of New Zealanders living with CP. Operating for more than 75 years, the Society provides programmes and support to people of all ages and stages of the condition. 

Visit the Cerebral Palsy Society Website

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