Te Aroha o Aohanga (Pāpāuma) Marae ki Wairarapa
Pāpāuma ki uta, Puketoi, Kupukokore ngā maunga
Pāpāuma ki tai, Owahanga, Mātaikona ngā awa
Tiihei mauri ora!
E ngā iwi, e ngā reo, e ngā karangatanga maha o Te Rōpū Whakahau, tēnā koutou.
Ka tū tō tātou hui ā-tau 2022 ki te rohe o Wairarapa. Nau mai haere mai ki te marae o Te Aroha o Aohanga (Pāpāuma) ki Aohanga. Ko te kaupapa e hono nei i a tātou, ko ‘Te Kai a Te Rangatira’.
The glistening waters (Wairarapa) welcomes you to Aohanga for Te Rōpū Whakahau 2022 Professional Development hui at Te Aroha o Aohanga marae, 7-10 November 2022. Kai a te Rangatira is our theme. Our hui is kanohi ki te kanohi only.
Te Aroha o Aohanga (Pāpāuma) physical address is:
446 Owahanga Road,
1. Theme – Kai a te Rangatira:
The theme is an acknowledgement of the famous Māori proverb, ‘Ko te kai a te rangatira, he kōrero’ – meaning, the sustenance of chiefs is discourse.
Registrations are $675.00
This includes 3 nights stay and meals provided at the Marae. Due to the location of the Marae there is no alternative accommodation available nearby.
Our programme includes: Haukāinga highlighting key aspects of the marae, harakeke conservation, local activities such as collecting kaimoana at Aohanga beach and relaxing afternoon at Akitio beach.
We will arrange transfers from Palmerston North Airport to Palmerston North Library. The airport is less than 10mins drive to the city square and then an additional 2-hour drive to Te Aroha o Aohanga Marae in Pongaroa.
Te Kai a te Rangatira- he kōrero
Rāhina: Phase of the Moon: : Ōhua- (Low energy)
“Reflect, retract and stay close to whānau. A good time for learning taking notice, being present and planning for the future”
“Good day for planting; good returns for all seeds and seedlings”
Low tide 3am and 3pm
|Monday 7th Whiringia-ā-Rangi|
|7pm||Whakareri moenga/ whare/ wharekai||Kōrero o Te Rōpū Whakahau Kōrero o te whare Kōrero o te haukainga|
Te mahi a te Rangatira- he manaaki
Te kai a te hinengaro- tinana
Rātū: Phase of the Moon:Turu (high energy)
“Great time to plan for the times ahead. Make the most of this high productivity time. Be active, support others where you can.”
Tide 4am and 4pm
|Tuesday 8th Whiringia-ā-Rangi|
|7.30am||Parakuihi||Whakatiki ngā wāhi|
|8.30am||Give back: Harakeke preservation and conservation||How to tidy up and prep harakeke|
|11||Guest speaker: Paul Peeti||Kaimoana- how to gather/quota/size|
|12pm||Kai a te poupoutanga o te rā||Prep for visit to Aohanga beach|
|2pm||Leave for Aohanga beach||Return to wharekai to prep any kaimoana gathered|
|7pm||Kai a te pō|
Te mahi a te Rangatira- he whakatira te iwi
Te kai a te wairua
Rāapa: Phase of the Moon: Rākaunui (high energy)
“A good time to be productive or active, set short term goals, have people over or plan a special occasion.
Tide 5am and 5pm
|Wednesday 9th Whiringa-ā-Rangi|
|9am||Presentations from attendees||Lightning presentations of 10-15 mins on any kind of traditional knowledge Waiata|
|11am||Trip to Akitio beach||Relaxation and discussion about the area|
|12pm||Packed lunch and fish & chips from Akitio Beach store|
|Return to Marae||Stencil your apron/ make earrings/ complete harakeke settings Relax for Hākari-kohatu painting Prepare for Hākari|
|6pm||Pōwhiri for hākari|
|6.30pm||Hākari||Awards and guests- Whakangahau|
Te oranga o te Rangatira
Te Kai a te Whānau
Rāpare: Phase of the Moon: Rākaumatohi (high energy)
“A productive day for completing mahi, getting things done and starting new projects. Be active or connect with whānau (another fit- sending them home to whānau 😊)
Tide is at 6am and 6pm
|Thursday 10th Whiringia-ā-Rangi|
|7.30am||Parakuihi||Whakatika wāhi katoa|
|8.30am||Poroaki to make sure whānau are sent off safely||Packed lunch for attendees to take away|