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Upcoming Events: Block 2 2022

Ice skating ($10)

Join us for a fun-filled afternoon on the ice as OPAIC heads out to Paradise Ice Skating. If you are comfortable with ice skating, then you can have fun on the ice rink till 3.30pm. A free one-hour lesson will be provided for first timers. Follow this link to sign up.

Friday 6 May

12.45pm

Paradice Ice Skating Avondale 

 

Excellent Scholar Awards

You are invited to join us in celebrating the academic achievements of your classmates.

Monday 16 May

12.00pm

Level 1, OPAIC

 

Pink Shirt Day

As most learners aren’t on campus on Fridays, we’ll celebrate Pink Shirt Day early! Wear something pink and come along to stand together and stop bullying (and maybe play some games and win prizes, too!)

Thursday 19 May

Level 1, OPAIC

 

Student Forum

Student forums give you the opportunity to share your feedback and help us improve your study experience. Come along and share your thoughts in a confidential environment. Refreshments will be provided.

Monday 23 May

12.00pm

Venue TBC

 

Movie Night

Come for games and a movie night on Thursday 2 June on Level 1 from 5pm. We will start with some fun board games until around 5.30pm when we’ll start watching the movie. Drinks and snacks will be provided.

Thursday 2 June

5:00pm

Level 1, OPAIC

 

External Events 

 

Cheap and Cheerful Eats

Cafés, restaurants and bars around the city are offering fantastic deals on over 90 delicious dishes. Find a dish to make your tummy smile here. Dishes from $15.

May 1 - 31

Auckland CBD

 

City of Colour (free!)

The city centre will become a stunning free art trail with over 50 installations, which will light up at night. Find out more here.

May 6 - 22

Auckland CBD

 

Queen’s Birthday Public Holiday

There will be no classes on this day and the campus will be closed.

Monday 6 June

 

Matariki Public Holiday

The campus will be closed on this day.

Friday 24 June

 

T-Rex is King

A free display of one of the rarest and most complete T-Rex skeletons in the world.

Until Sunday 4 September

Auckland Museum