The Tasman/Kina area is made up of a diverse range of community from orchardists and farming people to lifestylers, who choose to live in this beautiful coastal environment.
It comprises populations of people who have either lived here for many generations or have chosen to come and live here from elsewhere in New Zealand or from overseas. As such the area has a high sense of community belonging.
There are two primary schools in Tasman which take school age children from Year 1 to Year 8.
Tasman School www.tasman.school.nz
The Principal advises that the school is "proud to be part of such a high achieving team. This school has a strong active community, fantastic students and a superb staff. We constantly reach for the stars and often touch them!"
Tasman Bay Christian School www.tasbaychristian.school.nz
The school is "is a medium-sized primary school with a happy family environment...... which hasmodern facilities and plenty ofroom for children to learn and play both inside and outside. It maintains a distinctly Christian learning environment and teach from a Biblical world-view".
Tasman Bible Church www.tasmanbiblechurch.org.nz
Tasman Bible Church is a community of Christians who meet on a regular basis for mutual encouragement, worship and Bible teaching.
Mainly Music www.mainlymusic.org.nz
Started in 1990, Mainly Music is a fun music group for parents or primary care givers [grandparents, foster parents] to enjoy together with their young child. Meets every Wednesday between 10am - 12pm
during school term at Tasman Bible Church.
The Mill Point Site Restoration project
Kina Beach Road
On or about the 1st Saturday of each month at 0930 hours for a couple of hours a bunch of dedicated volunteers continue the work started more than 6 years ago to restore this barren site on the inlet to Reserve status. With lots of support from TDC over the years the site is now looking established and current tasks involve the forming of designated walkways and picnic area.
If you would like to join in contact the team leader Tony Pearson on 03 526 6076 or email email@example.com for more information.
It's rewarding and fun work.
Here are the dates for the working bees for the 2018 year:
Ruby Coast Newcomers Social Group
The Newcomers Social Group meets on the last Friday of the month at 10am at the Tasman Store.
All welcome especially those new to the area. Contact Richard and Vivian on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here is a link to their flier.
2019 MUDDY BUDDY at Tasman School
The date has been set for Sunday 31st March 2019.
Click this link for more information about the event.
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