Apr 14, 2021


Maori News & Indigenous Views

Dance Revival at Tamatekapua – St Faith’s Fundraiser

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Te Arawa whanau in Rotorua will be taking a stroll down memory lane as they make their way down to Ohinemutu’s Tamatekapua in late October. From what we know, there hasn’t been a dance at Tamatekapua since the 1960s so whanau who attend will be in for a real treat.

The “Tama Dance Revival Spectacular” will be held on Saturday Oct 27, 2012.The evening will start in Whakaturia at 6.00-pm with drinks, canapes and catching up before heading over to Tama to dance for a couple of hours to the music of Mina Mitai’s big band.

A delicious buffet supper will then be provided back in Whakaturia with entertainment provided by Rewa and Mick Ututaonga and a host of others. A cash bar will be operating at this time.

They tell us that there is a limit of 150 tickets at $60 each for the evening and these can be purchased from the following wahine ataahua:

  • Nubby Searancke 02102789061
  • Gay Kingi 3457186
  • Josie Scott 3487560

Check out the poster below, too cool e whanau! (click on the image for a larger version)



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