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3rd NZ Beard & Moustache Competition

Auckland

After two successful editions in 2014 and 2015, The Fellowship of the Beard NZ brings back to Auckland the one and only New Zealand Beard & Moustache Competition.

Get ready for a hairy night where you can find the craziest and most amazing facial hair characters from all over the country. We are calling all New Zealand beard and moustache enthusiasts to join us, compete and win amazing prizes.

This year’s categories include Best Beard, Best Moustache, Whiskerina (girls wearing fake Beards and Moustaches) and Crowd Favourite.

A new category, “Freestyle” (free design and styling of the beard/moustache, styling aids permitted), will be introduced. To honour this category, 2015 World Champs Runner-Up Freestyle Beard, Jeff Benglian, will be joining us straight from the USA. We are also expecting visitors from Australia, Morocco and other parts of the world. Every beard/moustache is welcome!

There will be live music, entertainment and raffle prizes (cash only please). Proceeds will go to the Mental Health Foundation and a raffle ticket will be given upon entry.

Competition entry includes entry, raffle number and a certificate, Whiskerina registration free with your general admission.

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Five natural ways to wellbeing

Connect

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Connecting with nature is great for you! The beauty is in how simple it can be. Remember if you can’t get outside, you can always bring the outdoors in.

 

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It's common to go about your daily life, oblivious to your natural environment. Take some time to be mindful of what’s happening around you.

 

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