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Taranaki Tū Mai 2019

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Taranaki Tū Mai 2019

29/11/2019 @ 11:00 am - 01/12/2019 @ 3:00 pm

Taranaki  Mai is a biennial event where iwi of Taranaki come together to celebrate Taranakitanga, Whanaungatanga and Whakapapa through Hākinakina (sport), Kapa Haka (cultural performances) and Wānanga (learning forums).  This is the sixth Taranaki  Mai Festival to be held and in 2019 is being hosted Ngāti Maruwharanui at Tarata and Inglewood. 

The aim of Taranaki  Mai is to promote and celebrate Māori unity in Taranaki.  Taranaki  Mai offers something for everyone, from our mokopuna to our kaumātua.  It allows for whanaungatanga to be practised, valued and experienced inter-generationally, and with other whānauhapū and iwi.  

Dates 

Friday 29 November to Sunday 1 December 2019.  The festival will be hosted by Ngāti Maru in Tarata and Inglewood. 

Pōwhiri 

The official Pōwhiri will take place at Te Upoko o Te Whenua Marae in Tarata at 11.00am. 

Registration 

If you and your whānau are planning to attend Taranaki  Mai 2019, each whānau member will need to register using our online registration form below. 

Hākinakina (Sports) 

There are many sports on offer and please refer to the Taranaki Tū Mai Facebook page for more details.  Whānau who would like to participate in one of the below sports will need to indicate this through the online Te Atiawa Registration Form below. 

Kapa Haka 

Wānanga for the Te Atiawa Kapa Haka rōpū has begun every Monday from 5:30 pm at Owae Marae in Tamatane.  These wānanga are for whānau who want to be part of the performing rōpū at the Taranaki  Mai Festival in the Kapa Haka section for Te Atiawa.   

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Details

Start:
29/11/2019 @ 11:00 am
End:
01/12/2019 @ 3:00 pm
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Venue

Inglewood High School
129 Rata Street
Inglewood,

Organisers

Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa
Ngāti Maru