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- Thursday, 14th February 2019
Waitangi Marae, 25 Te Kemara Ave, Waitangi
The word is spreading like wild fire so we've created a very good opportunity for stall holders to trade arts n crafts and if we sustain this momentum throughout the rest of the summer season, there's every chance we could secure the business from both Princess Cruises and the other big player Royal Caribbean. If we achieved that then our stall holders could really see the markets sky rocket in the very near future. It'll take a bit of commitment at the start but we're confident that all the hard work will pay off in the long run.
To make it viable, it makes sense to get a minimum of 15 stall holders confirmed 2 days prior to each market day event. Please register your interests by sending a quick email to Ngati Kawa Taituha at firstname.lastname@example.org. As soon as you touch base with me, I'll reserve your site. Also, feel free to bulk book all the future market dates all at once so that our organising committee has advance notice and can lock you in on our reservations system. There were lots of stalls at the last event so make sure you get yourselves a spot now before we run out of room.
Ka pai whanau. Feel free to share this through your networks and if you have any further questions just let me know.
To lead and inspire achievement, knowledge, opportunity, pride and integrity in Ngati Rahiri o Waitangi.
Leading the reinvigoration of pride and connection to te Waitangi community.
This whakatauki depicts to the thunderous noise created by Chief Kauteawha and his warriors paddling their waka taua in the Bay of Islands harbour.
Kauteawha was a renowned Ngati Rahiri warrior Chief of his time. He along with his brothers were responsible for entrenching the hapu of Ngati Rahiri at Pouerua, firstly through ancestry, establishment of gardens and burial grounds affording protection and defending from invasion, thereby confirming and continuing occupancy, especially after the battles of Te Waimate and Taiamai.
19/36 Te Kemara Avenue, Waitangi, 0200
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