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HAUMI: Kia kotahi te iwi, kia haumi te waka | One people, one waka, one journey

Wynyard Quarter celebration

On Saturday 7 August from 8am to 5pm, come down to Wynyard Quarter to enjoy a day of free whānau-friendly entertainment, workshops and activities.

It’s been 10 years since Wynyard Quarter opened to the public in 2011, and Haumi is a celebration to acknowledge the past, the present and look together to the future.

HAUMI means to join all together – and this whānau-friendly day represents the essence of all people in our place (Wynyard Quarter) living, working and playing together. 

Kia kotahi te iwi, kia haumi te waka. One people, one waka, one journey.

Starting the day with a pōwhiri at 8am and finishing with a Silo Cinema 3pm screening of The Croods: A New Age, in-between there will be multitude of activities take place across the waterfront including all the below and more yet to be announced.

Outdoor games – Kids gone fishing – Face painting – Outdoor group fitness – For the Love of Bees workshops –– NZ Classic Yacht display – Poi making – Live music on the tram – SS Puke Sailings – Walking tours – Street performers – AT kids learn to ride – 3 Ring Riot workshops – Open Fort creative play – Passerby portraits – live music by AKSamba Bazilian Beats – and so much more.

For more information on activities happening as part of Haumi across the Wynyard Quarter, head to the @YourWaterfront Facebook page. Full schedule of the day’s activities to come.

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