Children's Day is celebrated in New Zealand annually on the first Sunday in March. Various events are prepared for children and their parents to encourage them spend more time together. The events may vary on both North and South Islands and even depend on the municipalities organizing them.
Every year the government of New Zealand chooses a special theme to organize celebration. The theme of the event should raise public awareness of the existing problems in family relations and help people find a way out them by focusing on practice of sharing, loving and caring.
The jolly events organized on Children's Day may include cultural performance, face and nail painting, carnival, sports activities, crafts, special food sales and more. Children and their parents spend a good time, thus strengthening family bonds.Remind me with Google Calendar
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