Cultural, Music, Arts

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Ka puta Matariki ka rere Whānui.
Ko te tohu tēnā o te tau e!

Matariki reappears, Whānui starts its flight.
Being the sign of the [new] year!

Join Fiordland Multicultural Community (FMC) for another shared meal, this time in celebration of Aotearoa/NZ’s first official Matariki holiday!

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General information:

The Fiordland Multicultural Community (FMC) meets every second Friday of each month at 7pm in the seminar room at Fiordland Community House.

Fiordland Multicultural Community is an inclusive group that aims to connect people from all walks of live. It is designed as an informal avenue for people of all cultures and backgrounds to meet, interact and share a laugh. We meet on the second Friday of every month and celebrate our diversity!

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On Friday the 24th of June, join us to celebrate the first-ever Matariki public holiday with delicious kai and a family-friendly walk on the Kepler Track to discover the forest world at night!

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Looking for something fun to do on a winter's day? Come enjoy the annual Fiordland Community Fun Day!!!

Now in it's third year running, this event promises a day of fun and activities for both the young and young at heart ❤️

So mark it in your diary for Sunday August 14th, tell your friends, your whānau and your neighbours and let's celebrate our amazing community with a day of fun and friendship!

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You are warmly invited to join Te Anau Friends of the Library for Annette Lees’ talk on her latest book, After Dark: Walking into the Nights of Aotearoa, at the Te Anau Library.

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Join Kaiako Tāua Rangimaria Suddaby and Kairaranga Matua Des Cooper at Te Kōawa Tūroa o Takitimu Lodge in the Jericho Valley for a wānaka (workshop) to learn the traditional Māori practice of raranga / harakeke weaving.

The wānaka includes:

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Fiordland Multicultural Community (FMC) is back in action!

To kick things off, please join us for a shared dinner on Friday 10th June  from 7pm onwards in the seminar room of Fiordland Community House.

Bring a plate of food to share with others or simply bring yourself! Either way, we would love to see you there!
In an effort to minimize waste, we are asking attendees to please bring their own utensils for eating with (bowl, fork, spoon etc.)

This is a family friendly, no-cost and alcohol free event. All welcome.