Events » Waihi & Waihi Beach ANZAC Day Commemorations
Whoever you are, wherever you are, whatever you’re doing don’t miss marking the 100 Commemoration of World War One. ANZAC Day dawn services, civic services, visits to cemeteries and getting together to remember and respect those who went to war for our country are high priority across our proud nation, and rightfully so. Check details of where you can get along and mark this next Saturday April 25. It’s the least we can do in respect of what they gave and did for our country.
There's an open invitation to anyone in the community or visiting to join any or all of these commemoration services and activities.
6 am: Dawn Parade at Waihi RSA, lower Seddon St. All welcome. Following the service breakfast will be available at the Waihi RSA for a donation
8 am: Brief Ceremony and Wreath Laying at Waihi Cemetery in conjunction with Waihi Beach RSA. Meet at the Cemetery. The courtesy van is available if you need transport. It will leave Waihi RSA at 7.45 am.
10.45 am: Assemble outside the Waihi RSA for the march to the Waihi Memorial Hall and the Civic Service, leaving at 10.50 am.
11 am: Civic Service at Waihi Memorial Hall. Waihi College senior students, including Jose Frew and Cruize Murray-Faulkner, will play a larger than normal part in this historic W100 Commemoration Service.
11.45 am: approx Assemble at the close of the Commemorative Service for the march back to Waihi RSA.
Note: Lunch is available at the Waihi RSA for a donation.
6.00 am: DAWN PARADE at Waihi Beach RSA.
Note: for safety please park below the RSA and walk up
9.30 am: CIVIC SERVICE at Waihi Beach Community Hall.
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