Light up the night at the Old School Arts Centre, 5 Stewart Street for Matariki.
Join the festivities at Raglan Old School Arts Centre on Saturday 29 June from 5.15 to 8pm and see in the Māori New Year with music, storytelling, kai, and art.
Enjoy the musical talents of much-loved local musos Teia Kennedy, Macaila Pescud, Merehia Hutchins weaving stories through intimate sounds and acoustic music.
Check out the creative talents of local young clay artists exhibiting their Matariki lanterns, crafted at the Old School clay classes, the lanterns will help celebrate and welcome in the light, as a sign of hope and prosperity for the year to come.
Entry by koha towards keeping the lights on at the Old School Arts Centre.
Doors open 5pm | Starts 5.15pm
Kai Fundraiser – soup, bread, cakes & bar open
With thanks for funding from Waikato District Council