Participants arrive at the Kuratini Marae – see attached map
Briefing on Marae protocol with Matua-Kore Manuel
Short rehearsal of Waiata: E Toru Nga Mea – follow link for words and music
Participants brought on to Marae lead by Te Kani Kingi
Koha cheque presented – you may add a personal koha if you wish
(evening meal) – please contact Ally if you have special requirements: email@example.com
Mihi (introducing ourselves)
Introduction of the ideas behind the workshop, informal discussions, music (participants encouraged to bring instruments and participate) …
Please bring sleeping bag/blankets, pillowcase sleepwear, and personal hygiene needs. Showers are available.
7.15am Breakfast Served
Clean up and ‘out’ by 8.30 – Your help with this would be appreciated
Make your way to SWRC for 10 am start
There should be time to visit your accommodation etc.
‘Waking’ programme to start at 102 Adelaide Rd.