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Māui and Te Ao Māori

Date: Ongoing
Duration: 1.5 hours
Years: Years 4 - 8
Cost: $2.50 per student, free for accompanying teachers/adults
Venue: MTG Hawke's Bay

When Māui, the legendary demigod and mischief-maker fished up the North Island from under the sea, his enchanted hook became our coastline, Te Matau a Māui (from Cape Kidnappers to Mahia Peninsula). Drawing on the Māui stories and taonga of Ngāti Kahungunu, we seek to understand the beliefs and everyday lives of Māori before the arrival of Europeans. As part of this programme we will also be visiting our new exhibition, Rongonui - treasured taonga from people, places and events.

For more information phone Sarah Fergusson on +64 6 833 9929, or book now.

20 September 2020

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