Not Even Once – Saying No the Meth (P)

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7.00pm-9.00pm (no interval)

Monday, 25th June 2018

Venue:  John Dalton Theatre  (R13)

Tickets:  $20.00 Adults; $12.00 Students (13-18 yrs);

$50.00 Groups 4 (2 Adults/2 Students)





Not Even Once – Saying No to Meth (P)


A community event for families and the public, providing quality education regarding Methamphetamine (P) and the dangers that it poses to our communities.

MethCon presentations are extremely visual and hard hitting, exposing the real truth behind this drug. You will laugh, you may cry, you could be horrified, but you will definitely be enlightened by the experience. This is an ‘eye opener’ like no other, and if you are looking for food for thought, this is a feast like no other you will have experienced.  

Dale Kirk is a former Police Drug squad detective and leading educator on the subject. He has spoken to thousands of people including High School students, community groups, Government departments and private sector companies throughout New Zealand. He is passionate about eliminating demand for Meth in New Zealand.


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“Hi Dale and a huge thank you for an outstanding presentation yesterday afternoon in Timaru. I found it invaluable.” Kate Moulsen

 “We attended your talk in Timaru yesterday – WOW it was so informative, eye opening & empowering. Just really wanted to say how much we enjoyed it & keep up the amazing work.”  Michelle

 “Our students commented very favourably on the presentation, and went away with a very clear understanding of methamphetamines and their effects which they did not have before, previously relying on their often misconceptions of what could happen to them if they did not keep themselves safe. The repeated message of not to even try once, and the poem at the end stuck in their minds the most. Our staff also appreciated the presentation, giving them the facts and a basis on which to answer some of the questions that the students later came out with. Knowledge is power, and our staff and students now have the power to make the right choices in keeping themselves safe.” Jacky Young (Deputy Principal) Aranui High School