All events are free and open to the public to participate.
9am – 9pm (TEZA Hub, 10 Lydney Place South). Pop in anytime to get involved and have a cuppa.
10am – 5pm (Hongoeka Marae, Plimmerton). Powhiri at 10am. The Conscious Roots hui brings gardeners, healers, whānau and kaumātua together to celebrate and strengthen our connection to Papatuanuku and each other. There will be music, stories, creativity, film, workshops, dance, rongoā, karetao, mirimiri, fire, hangi, and laughter in the spirit of community. Presented by Wiremu Grace and Linda Lee and hosted by Hongoeka Marae. (FULL HOUSE)
12pm – ongoing (The Old McDonalds, 1 Cobham Court). Young Visionaries: Photographic artists David Cook and Leala Falesuega have worked with students of Russell School in Cannons Creek and Discovery School in Whitby to visualise their shared visions for the future. Building on Cook and Tim J Velling’s acclaimed Freeville School Project (TEZA 2013), Cook and Faleseuga present a collective documentary process using photographs, moving images, words and drawings, to produce large scale presentations of the work as a whole in the windows of the old McDonalds site.
12pm – 1pm (TEZA Hub). A gathering of those who have swapped roles as part of Ash Howell’s Ako Ako Role Swapping Adventure over the week. A chance for a small group of highly diverse local community members to come together to reflect on and celebrate an intense collective experience.
12.30pm – 1.30pm (Hartham Place). Lunch at Sharemart.