- Celebration of Pasifika music and dance, Birkenhead Library, Wednesday 6 March
- Tongan artist Tomnui Kaloni talks about Order and Hierarchy in Oceanic Arts, Birkenhead Library, Wednesday 6 March, 6pm.
- Author Courtney Meredith will talk about her book, Brown girls and bright red lipstick at Te Matariki Clendon Library, on Friday 8 March
- Leota Alice Meredith from Auckland War Memorial Museum will give a series of talks at Manukau, Manurewa and Te Matariki Clendon libraries
- Mbrace Pacific Dance Company performance, Te Matariki Clendon Library, Thursday 14 March, 3.30pm
- St Joseph’s School Ukulele Group, Grey Lynn Library, Friday 15 March, 12.30pm
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