Ki-o-Rahi Workshop

POSTPONED – DUE TO BAD WEATHER – NEW DATE TO BE ADVISED
Ever wanted to find out more about Ki-o-Rahi? Well now you can! This free workshop is a great opportunity to learn more about this exciting game enjoying a strong revival!

Ki-o-rahi

Ki-o-rahi game

Sport Northland in conjuction with Kororareka Marae and Russell Museum would like to invite you to share in the fun, learning and revival of Ki-o-Rahahi, a traditional Maori ball game. This ball game was played by Maori before Europeans arrived in Aotearoa.

Starts at 0900 with a Powhiri at Haratu, The Strand, Kororaka Russell, with theory and practical session taking place at Russell School. The day finishes at 3.00 pm.  Click here to download a full timetable and programme.

Ki-o-rahi

Ki-o-rahi

Please bring black skirt for powhiri, kai to share, water bottle, active clothing, footwear and sunblock.

To find out more, please contact Leela Hauraki (Sport Northland Kaiwhakahaere) on 09 437 9613 or 027 297 1088 or  download an application form.

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