The proceeds from our Hospice Strawberry Festivals go towards paying for all the services our patients need – doctors, nurses, pain-relieving medication, counselling, home visits and much more.
Saturday 18 November 9am-3pm
This year it’s all happening in the grounds of Kapiti School on Rimu Road, opposite the Council Buildings and the Library.
As well as supporting the Hospice you get to enjoy all the other great things that happen at each uniquely different festival. Kapiti is a family fun day, with 100 stalls, Rugby World Cups to be photographed alongside, food, lots of entertainment and things to buy.
This year it ties in with the Kapiti Coast Festival.
Fun for all the family
- Strawberries and ice cream (of course!)
- Kāpiti’s best food trucks
- Face painting
- Burgers/sausage sizzle
- Bouncy castle
- Kids entertainment
- Body mind massage
- Plant sales
- Linen sales.
And throughout the day there will be heaps of entertainment on the big stage.
Mary Potter Hospice gets some funding through the Capital and Coast DHB, but needs to fund raise to have enough money to keep the hospice services free in Kapiti, Porirua and Wellington.
So come along and support this very worthy cause.