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Hutt Winter Festival grand finale

Hutt Winter Festival grand finale
– a BIG WINTER BLAST!

We’re having a Big Winter Blast to end our first ever Hutt Winter Festival, bringing the whole Hutt whānau together in celebration of creativity and community, 1-5pm Sunday 23 July at the Walter Nash Centre, Taita.

This family friendly free event features wild creatures, music, dance, funky photobooth and storytelling – also local community groups will provide delicious food at an affordable price.

‘ I can't wait to see the colourful bursts of creative local energy shared with the people of the Hutt during the Hutt Winter Festival. There are so many artists and groups involved, and I am especially excited about bringing it ALL together for this Big Winter Blast finale!'
– Jo Randerson, Barbarian Productions – Hutt Winter Festival Artistic Director

Come on down and enjoy stage performances by local groups including the Mayur Dance Academy, Arohanui Strings, Selina Alesana Alefosio and dancers, and more!

Experience the Wild Arrivals – a parade of huge hand-made creatures made by local communities such as Waiwhetu Marae,Wainuiomata Intermediate, and Wainuiomata Brownies.

And bring your dancing shoes and get your body warmed up with a massive choreographed dance routine, led by Malia Johnston (WOW Artistic Director, Footnote Dance).

Join us and lets get together to fire up your creative spirit at this fun and interactive family event.

Hutt Winter Festival BIG WINTER BLAST
1PM - 5PM, SUNDAY 23 JULY
VENUE: WALTER NASH CENTRE, 20/22 TAINE ST, TAITA
PRICE: FREE ENTRY
http://www.huttwinterfestival.co.nz/big-winter-blast.html

1pm – Doors Open & Activities Start
2pm – Stage Performances Start
3.30pm – Wild Arrivals Parade
4.30pm - Dance, led by Malia Johnston

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