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In 2006 Civic Awards were presented to Simon Acarapi, Maurice Boswell, Robin Cuff, Dorothy Jeans, Des Meads, Barbara Redfern, Alwyn Seeley, John Gordon Thorn, Joan M Travaglia, Michael W Tuck,
In 2010 Civic Awards were presented to Sayeeda Bano, David Campbell, David Croucher, Christine East, Michael Easther, Gillian Gorrick, Margaret Holroyd, Kathy Moody, Paul Mitchell, Tureiti Moxon, Tom Purcell, Nancy
Anne Percival has had a lifetime's involvement with crafts in the Waikato region and Hamilton, especially with weaving, as a business woman, teacher and exhibitor.
A splash of colour.
Something to look up to.
On National Poetry Day, Friday, July 18, 2008, Central Library was treated to a performance by Irish group the Belfast Poets.
As part of their 25th jubilee celebrations, Chartwell Library hosted the launch of a new children's book by author Sharon Holt during Playgroup on Wednesday 9 September 2009.
2008 is the Golden anniversary year for the WVVCC 1958 - 2008. This page is to highlight the celebrations to recognise this event.
Chartwell Library celebrated their 25th birthday on 10 September 2009, with displays, entertainment and morning tea for former staff and invited guests.
On 29 March 2007 chiefs players Mils Muliaina and Richard Kahui visited Hamilton Central Library to talk to children from Te Rapa and Hamilton West schools, as part of the
As part of the national children's day '07, Maree and her band of little helpers organised a fantastic event for tamariki who live in the Chartwell library area. Some of
Hamilton's annual parade took place on the 1 December this year.
An estimated 30,000 people watched the 2005 parade on 11 December.
Cartoon favourites featured in the parade on 10 December 2006.
Santa's was the most popular float in the parade of 9 December 2007.
Italians, people of Italian descent, their families and friends in Hamilton keep in touch and celebrate their culture with Circolo.
A grandmother, a Hamilton Community Leader and a JP.
Indian Cultural Society Waikato Inc, has been celebrating Diwali - the festival of lights in Hamilton, New Zealand for the past 18 years.
Donald Kwok is a long-time Hamilton resident, a Justice of the Peace, and became a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the 2005 New Years' Honours List.
Christmas Carnival was the theme for this years' parade, held on Sunday 14th December. Over 100 floats took part, with over a dozen special characters in wonderful costumes, many provided