Māori Language Week 2017
The theme Kia ora te reo Māori was chosen to celebrate New Zealand’s indigenous greeting, and also as the words ‘Kia Ora’ are an exact description of the intent of the new partnerships for te reo Māori revitalisation between the Crown and Māori under the new Māori Language Act 2016.
Māori Language Parade
Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori – Māori Language Commission is organising an exciting event on Monday 11 September in Wellington City.Read more
Māori Language Parades around New Zealand
Te Rito Maioha Early Childhood are hosting hīkoi throughout the country.
Te Pūtaketanga o Ngā Taonga Kōrero
11 Mahuru - 5.30pm
Te Pūtaketanga o Ngā Taonga Kōrero is the first of four online exhibitions to showcase our Ngā Taonga Kōrero collection – the archive of Radio New Zealand’s Māori radio programmes.
Ka tangi a Wharauroa - Spring Seminars
12 Mahuru - 6.00pm
Te Reo Māori panel discussion on what it means to kōrero as a non-Māori.
Otago Polyfest 2017
12 - 15 Mahuru
An annual, multi-day festival presenting cultural items performed by children and young people from early childhood education services, primary and secondary school
Te Atakura o te Reo Māori
13 - 14 Mahuru
Te Atakura o te reo Māori: Celebrating forty-five years of the Māori Language Petition is a two-day symposium celebrating 45 years since the Māori language petition.
Kiriata Reo Māori
14 Mahuru - 6.00pm
Māori language films, music and kōrero.
14-16 Mahuru - 6.00pm
A Stardome production that looks at the cultural and astonomical aspects of Matariki.
Modern Māori Quartet
The Modern Māori Quartet are releasing their debut album 'That's Us!'
The Waiata Māori Music Awards recognises and acknowledges the keepers, teachers, promoters, creators and performers of Māori music.
16 Mahuru - 10.30am
Learn about Māori Atua and decorate your own mask to take home.
11 - 17 Mahuru
View Māori Television's extensive program for Te Wiki o te Reo Māori.
Moana Reo Māori
Moana Reo Māori screenings during Te Wiki o te Reo Māori.Read more(external link)
Govett-Brewster Art Gallery/Len Lye Centre
11 - 17 Mahuru
Join us for film screenings in the Len Lye Centre Cinema and waiata and Te Reo lessons in the gallery
Mahuru Māori is a reo challenge to speak Māori for the month of September.