Morena whānau, please watch the following for an advertisement for our performing musicians scheduled to entertain us on our Festival of Cultures evening.

TeHamua Nikora

Scott Orange

Samba ao Vento

A few reminders:

  • This is an event for your child and you! It’s not a drop off at 4pm and I’ll pick you up at 7pm
  • In saying that, it’s OK if you can’t make it until later or have to leave early – not everyone has to be there the whole time
  • Just come and enjoy spending time with your family and interacting with some of the things we will have on offer
  • This is not a fundraising event: if your child is selling a product they can:
    • Sell it for free (give it away, give it away, give it away now) to enhance the experience for others
    • Sell the product to cover your costs
    • Make a profit to donate to a cause they feel passionate about (you could donate it back to the school)
    • Make sure your child has organised a float so that they can give change
  • Remember to bring your loose change!
  • Kapa Haka Te Kakano is the first group who practice at 11:30 – 12pm on a Friday. They will be opening at 4 pm. If your child is in this group, please arrive 10 minutes earlier and meet in WakaHuia
  • Kapa Haka Te Pikinga is the group that practices from 12pm – 1pm on a Friday
  • Buskers, will need to bring everything you need (instruments, music etc). The busking spot is on the concrete step facing the field on the back of Pātikitiki (the music room).
  • Use this link to see where things are booked and situated.

Look out for the next video which will explain some of the activities / games / craft tables / experiences that will be on offer!

Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough.
– Oprah Winfrey

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