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Noho Tahi Tonu: Staying Connected

Celebrate Matariki with us in our exhibition, Noho Tahi Tonu: Staying Connected, as we collaborate with local schools and partnering organisations including: 

Brain Play, The Recreators, Bricks for Kidz, Te Herenga Waka o Orewa, Kakapo Creek Children's Garden, St. Johns School, University of Auckland, Mairangi Bay School, Wairau Valley Special School Transition Centre, Northcross Intermediate, Whangaparaoa College, Raft Studio, Yeon Hyan Hoe (Oriental Brush Calligraphers Group)

We will also be holding Family Kite Making Events- Manu Aute. Join us for these free creative experiences of making your own kite and having a whirl with them.

Email us at office@mairangiarts.co.nz to register for our Saturday 18th June 11am-1pm session or Saturday 2nd July 11am- 1pm session with the Recreators.

Many thanks to our kind sponsors Hibiscus & Bays Local Board, Foundation North, New World Browns Bay, Hiroba Sushi and Te Tari Taiwhenua.

 

 
02 Jul to 18 Jul

opens 12pm, Saturday 2 July