At Kelston Community Hub we offer a number of programmes and classes for our local community.


Taumata o Te Whau

Our vision is to create a thriving whanau of Māori elders in the Whau, living life to its fullest, and sharing our knowledge and wisdom of our Māori world.

Fortnight hui (gathering).  Our voice in the community matters, and we believe life never stops at retirement. 

For more information call:

09 8139670


'Ko ngā kaumatua ngā tāonga o te ao'

(The elderly are the treasures of our world)

Te Kerehana Playgroup

A great place to make friends, have a cuppa and let your kids play and learn with local children.  

Playing to empower children's learning.  Great opportunity for young families to meet, share and learn together.

Te Kerehana Playgroup is every Friday during term time



For more information call: 

Valeria Edwards

09 813 9670

Kelston Early Learning Project

It's all about connecting families. We provide free support and services to help you transition your child into an ECE Centre.

We reduce barriers to enable you to engage your children in early childhood learning.

For information call:

Daphne Fusitu'a

09 8139670

022 4205128


Cosy Club


Are you over 65yrs and want to meet new people who love to play BINGO? Come along to Cosy, meet new friends and share stories.  

Cosy Club is a vibrate club of senior citizens, who love to get together for BINGO and go to different events throughout the year.

More information call:

09 8139670

Project Whenua

Monthly garden workshops held here at the hub.   Learn how to build and maintain your own garden, to creating your own compost and lots more.  We supply the building materials, knowledge and supply a morning tea.  There is a small charge of $5.00 per workshop.  

Different topics every month, and some workshops are repeated due to high demand.  Watch this space for up and coming workshops for 2019, or keep an eye out for updates on our facebook page.

For more information call:

Barbara Peri 

022 0810070



Sisterhood Empowerment 


Legacy is a women empowerment program for all women, from all walks of life. We are about encouraging and supporting each other on the path to greatness.

Every Tuesday 10:30am-11:30am

For more information call:

0800 1105582

Man Up

ManUp Kelston

A 15 week program for men designed to address the root cause of:

  • Domestic Violence

  • Drug & Alcohol Abuse

  • Depression

  • Crime & poverty

A safe environment for men of all walks of life.

Every Wednesday 7:00pm

For more information call:


Phineas Mann 021 2947308


HIPPY (Home Interaction Programme for Parents and Youngsters) is a 2 year home based programme that helps parents to get their child ready for school learning. Children can start HIPPY when they are between 3 yrs and 4 yrs old.

Your child will learn about books, numbers, colours and shapes. Learn to write their name, enjoy many songs, listen and follow instructions, develop logical thinking and problem solving and enjoy exploring and experimenting and much more.

The Group Meeting is fortnightly coming together of parents and tutors to work through the activities and share experiences and have fun.

For more information call:

Lynda Durbin  

813 4949  or  0212676467


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Phone  (09) 813 9670 

Kelston Community Hub

68 St Leonards Road
Kelston, Auckland

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