Are you a young person who's keen and interested in green spaces and places, water issues, conservation and the urban environment? Then join other like-minded young people for two days of enpowerment and creatively in exploring sustainability issues within the urban environment, as part of the 2014 Youth Summit.
Get your groove on, and dance the night away at the Boogie Bonanza. The Murchison Tasman Youth Council are set to recreate the magic of the swinging 70s with a disco dance to unleash the inner hippie in you.
Discover tips and tricks for getting the most out of your bike. There's gear maintenance and performance advice on offer, as well as a heap of spot prizes. Come along - bikes optional.
Voting on next years Youth Week theme is now open for you to register your preferences. Get online and vote for your top three themes. Voting closes 11 August so get in quick.
Do you enjoy reading books, watching films, listening to music and surfing the web? Then why not check out the Mystery Ink Club?
You asked for it, so here it is! The Tasman Skatepark Tour makes a special return to Motueka this September with a Spring Jam for all skate, bike and scooter shredders.
A new series of winter-themed events are set to warm things up in Richmond this chilly season. The Winterruption Festival, taking place between 23-29 June is a week long celebration of all things winter, and features something for all ages and interests to get into.
Basketball will be played around the clock, with a 24 hr basketball-a-thon scheduled to take place at the Motueka Recreation Centre on 20 and 21 June. Organised by the Nelson YMCA, and supported by the Tasman Youth Council, the format will include age group tournaments, along with novelty basketball challenges and skills coaching clinics. A heap of spot prizes will be up for grabs.
Ever wanted to have your graphics on a skateboard? Well now you can! Board Art 2014 is an exhibition of skateboard art which showcases the talents of local youth in the top of the south. Its focus is to celebrate the art and culture of youth, giving recognition to their innovative ideas, images and imagination.
Students from Waimea College feasted on pancakes topped with whipped cream and golden syrup, as part of the 2014 Youth Week Celebrations.