Music and Fun Playgroup - for babies and children with special needs

Welcome to Music and Fun playgroup 2021

Music & Fun Playgroup gives children with special needs, age 18 months to 5 years, and their parents/carers the chance to play and socialise in a fun and supportive environment. Music is an important part of the group. Run by retired paediatric therapists & parents.

When:           9.45 - 11.15am, every 2nd Wednesday during the school term

Where:          Courtyard Room, Community of St Luke, 130 Remuera Road, Newmarket

Who:              Preschool children with special needs,  age 18 months – 5 years

Parking:        Plenty of parking to the left or right of the Church

What to bring: Morning tea for your child and a gold coin koha for tea/coffee & use of the room


Baby Music Group is a playgroup for babies with special needs age 0-18 months. This group provides an opportunity for the babies to enjoy music and developmental activities with their parents/caregivers in a supportive environment with retired paediatric therapists. It also gives parents/carers a chance to meet and talk with other parents with young babies.

Where:              Courtyard room, Community of St Luke, 130 Remuera Road, Newmarket

When:               Every 2nd Wednesday in term time, 1 - 2pm

What to bring: A blanket for your baby to lie on and a gold coin for tea/coffee and use of the room.

Who:                  Run by a retired paediatric neurodevelopmental therapist

Parking:        Plenty of parking to the left or right of the Church


Term dates for 2021 for both age groups

Term 1

Wednesday 3 & 17 February, 3, 17 & 31 March, 14 April, School holidays 17 April – 2 May

Term 2

Wednesday 5 & 19 May, 16 & 30 June, 2 July

School holidays 10 July – 25 July

Term 3

Wednesday 28 July, 11 & 25 August, 8 & 22 September

School holidays 2 Oct – 17 October

Term 4

Wednesday 20 Oct, 3 & 17 November, 1 & 15 December

Happy Christmas to Everybody


Contact:                          Margaret Davidson               021 293 3009

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