What you need to know!
Whānau, come together and celebrate what it means to be Ngāi Tahu at our biennial festival, hosted by Ngāi Tūāhuriri at Tuahiwi Marae in North Canterbury from 24-26 November. Hui-ā-Iwi will be an opportunity to reconnect, meet new people and celebrate the best of Ngāi Tahutanga.
Read below for what you need to know about Hui-ā-Iwi 2017, and keep an eye on our Facebook page and website for further information and full programme details.
Pōwhiri: where and when to gather
Manuhiri who wish to join the pōwhiri on Friday 24 November are asked to gather at the pedestrian crossing outside Tuahiwi School at 11.45am. The Ratana Band will lead manuhiri to Ngutu at 12pm.
Bus service to Pōwhiri
Whānau, would you like to attend the Pōwhiri on Friday 24 November, but would rather not drive? A dedicated bus service will depart from Te Whare o Te Waipounamu in Show Place at 9.45am on the Friday, returning at 6pm.
Waihao whanau wishing to attend should contact the office so transport options can be explored