CANCELLED: Cultural Food Fare

Due to bereavement, this event is now cancelled.

Bring along your favourite ethnic food to be shared as part of a pot luck celebration of cultures.

Toitū OSM Josephine Foyer, 31 Queens Gardens, Dunedin

Sunday 7 July, 1pm–3pm. FREE

Contact 03 477 5052       toituosm.com

Wānaka Kanikani AroHā – Regenerative Movement, Connected Communities

Join Kāi Tahu dancers Rachel Ruckstuhl-Mann and Cathy Livermore in a special, inclusive programme enabling greater connections to self within a Te Ao Māori framework through guided movement, kōrero and Māori Mindfulness. If you are a mover or not, this wānaka will wake, shake and free up your mind, body and spirit. Come for the day or for a session, all ages and abilities are welcome!

Wānaka Kanikani AroHā is supported by Auahi Kore.

Malcam Trust, 45 Māori Road (Jubilee Park), Dunedin

Sunday 7 July, 9am – 5pm$30 for the day – bookings advised

Programme details available upon request 

Contact [email protected]                  022 674 1164

CANCELLED: Dunedin Multi-Ethnic Council Community Art Workshop

Due to bereavement, this event is now cancelled.

Join us to create artistic panels that portray Dunedin’s diverse ethnic inclusive culture. These will be used within the wider community

Toitū OSM Josephine Foyer, 31 Queens Gardens, Dunedin

Saturday 6 July, 10am – 4pm. Gold coin koha – bookings essential

Book at the Toitū reception desk or by telephone

Contact 03 477 5052       toituosm.com

Whanaukataka Matariki

Bring your ideas, your reflections and your family! This year, the North East Valley community will join together to share kai and to kōrero over how we celebrate and what our future Matariki Huka Nui may look like. As a community-led organisation, the Valley Project wants you and your whānau involved – all are welcome! A plate is appreciated, but not essential.  

The Valley Project Community Rooms, 258 North Road, North East Valley

Thursday 4 July, 5.30‒7.30pm. Koha

Contact [email protected]           03 473 8614              northeastvalley.org

Māori Hill School Matariki Celebration

Following a day spent in wānaka learning kōrero, waiata, toi Māori, kapa hapa and mahi kai, Māori Hill School children will share their learning and creations at a special sharing time for whānau and our community. Nau mai, piki mai!

Māori Hill School, 9 Passmore Crescent, Māori Hill

Friday 28 June, 9.30am ‒ 12.40pm. FREE

Contact [email protected]          03 464 0184        maorihill.school.nz