For the fourth year running The Gas Hub is partnering with Upper Hutt City Council’s Activation team to bring you The Gas Hub’s Parks and Places.
From 10 January through to the end of March 2019, a jam-packed calendar of fun activities for all ages is planned. The events will showcase some of Upper Hutt’s finest places and spaces, giving anyone and everyone the opportunity to make active choices and having fun playing!
Highlights this year include the family water day, Bike the Trail, Cardboard Chaos and the always popular Paws in the Park regional events.
A new addition to Parks and Places in 2019 is The Gas Hub’s Hydration Station. Keep hydrated and save on plastic destined for the landfill by bringing your drink bottle along and refilling at The Gas Hub’s Hydration Station. You’ll find this free water station at most major Parks and Places events.
Hot tip: be one of the first 200 visitors to The Gas Hub’s Hydration Station at Bike the Trail and score yourself a free water bottle. The Gas Hub will have a big tub of sunscreen on hand to make sure you’re not only hydrated but also sun smart for the ride.
When: Sunday 3 March
Where: start of the trail at Harcourt Park
Come and play with us! We look forward to seeing you out there.
You’ll find event information on our Facebook page, and for the events calendar head to the Activation website.
Read the media release.
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