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The New Zealand American Association (Inc.) is a non-profit organization that promotes mutual

understanding and goodwill between the United States and New Zealand.

Larry Keim



Greetings from us all at the New Zealand American Association.

Are you a Kiwi with interests, friends, or family in the United States?

Are you an American living in New Zealand?
  If so, we welcome you as members of our association!

​We welcome anyone wanting to promote understanding and friendship between our countries.
We offer regular social and networking functions, celebrate significant American holidays with special events,

support exchange opportunities, and encourage cooperation in science, education, commerce, and the arts.
We also provide educational grants through our associated trusts.

Interested in joining the New Zealand American Association?  Please see membership  
We look forward to meeting you.  

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NZAA's Halloween Party is @ The Old Bailey on October 31st

Entry: $20 - Adults; $10 Students

Includes drinks and nibbles

Please RSVP to before October 28th

Dress up encouraged

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243rd Marine Corps Ball, Wellington, Saturday, November 10th 

The Local Community of Wellington is invited!

Tickets on sale now - details here - $145.00 per person





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It's Almost Thanksgiving

RSVPs needed by 11th November for 

our Thanksgiving Lunch on 

18th November at The Pines

Bookings & Prepayment Essential

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and the only way they could do this is by not voting.”                                                               Franklin D. Roosevelt

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