Pae Wānanga Te Atiawa
Nō te pounga wiki kua hipa atu, i whānau mai ai a Pae Wānanga Te Atiawa ki Kairau Marae, ki roto i te pou whare o Te Hunga Ririki. He whare tūranga kōrero, he whare tūranga wānanga. He herenga kōrero, he herenga tāngata. Makamaka kau a koke rāua ko whakawai, pīereere noa a Wī wā rāua Te Ua. Poupoua ngā oati tē rū, tē ngārue, tē uea. Pupuru te whenua, pupuru te mana, pupuru te rangatiratanga, hue hā, hue hā!
Ka nui te mihi ki te haukāinga o Kairau Marae, Pukerangiora who hosted our first Pae Wānanga Te Atiawa in the weekend. Looking at the various connections with our Waikato-Tainui whānaunga, our whānau were treated to a wealth of content; Taranaki historical narratives, whakataukitanga kōrero (tongi kura), waiata, video footage, audio, whakapapa and pakiwaitara. The wānanga was an opportunity to grow greater appreciation and understanding of the significance of past events between Waikato and Taranaki and how those events have shaped us and continue to shape us to this day. A great start to our Paepae Wānanga Te Atiawa series.
Pae Wānanga Tuarua
Saturday 19th October 5.30pm to Sunday 20th October 12.00pm.
Venue to be confirmed.
Rere tāhūhū atu rā te aumihinga ki koutou ngā tāringa mangō nō te kete ngē kua tātū mai ki te amo ake i te toki tē tangatanga i te rā. Kei ngā tai whakahekenga a Tamarau rāua ko Rongoueroa nau tēnā tātou.