Matariki at MTG Hawke‘s Bay
Matariki at MTG Hawke‘s
Saturday 28 June 2014
Matariki is a time for bringing the family
together, celebrating and remembering our past.
Hawke’s Bay is celebrating Matariki with a range of family
friendly events and activities.
Entry will only be a gold
coin so everybody can join in the
11.30am, 1.30pm & 3.30pm
For ages 7 and
Join us for a special Matariki Story Time and
Sing-a-long! Drop-in for one of three sessions during the
day to enjoy a classic Kiwi story.
All day – drop-in
Turn your family into a sparkling constellation
to add to our window of stars.
2:30pm (one hour)
Ages 7 – 12.
Limit 20, bookings essential.
In this simple yet
effective activity, kids will create a galaxy of glowing
stars inside a jar to take home.
MTG Hawke’s Bay
Tennyson Street, Napier
To book for the workshop or for
more information contact:
p (06) 833 9795
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