RSVP: Quarterly Hapū Hui
Our next Ngā Hapū o Te Ahuahu gathering is Nov 10th - 12th 2023 at Parawhenua Marae.
the marae is open to accomodate whanau around 4 p.m. With an informal whakawhanaungatanga / getting to know each other evening.
is our main meeting day on the Saturday, starting at 10 am. Here we receive updates and make collective decisions. Evening is left open to share kōrero and wānanga informally.
is clean up and depart by midday. Please RSVP so we can gather confidently.
2. Your Email
3. Are you registered with our hapū?
3a. Please tell us your connection to our hapū for verification
4. Will you be attending?
Yes, at the marae
Yes, online via zoom
No, I'm unable to attend
If not attending, you can submit apologies for non attendance below for yourself and whānau
4a. Please tell us who will attend with you online via zoom.
5. Please indicate which days you will be in attendance.
Friday (from 4PM)
Saturday (AM - PM)
Sunday (AM-till 12PM)
6. Are you bringing other whānau or uri with you?
6a. Please tell us who will be accompanying you, and if they will be sleeping at the marae.
7. Marae accommodation; please select which nights you will be staying.
It is our shared duty to look after our Marae with full respect and leave it as given, if not better.
8. Any physical challenges you need us to be aware of?
I intend to contribute food. (please see section below)
I intend to contribute money. (can be made online via our Open Collective page see link below 9b. Or in person at the marae)
I also can help in the kitchen to prepare meals.
Tēnā koe, my whānau will contribute on my behalf.
Tēnā koe, I have already contributed.
With contributions from descendants, hapū can gather proudly and confidently to accommodate and feed everyone. Marae hireage for the weekend is $400 + $75 laundry.
9a. Suggested menu for weekend (Saturday Potluck)
(Basic hot meal will be supplied Friday evening and basics for Saturday & Sunday breakfast (porridge, bread, butter, tea/coffee/milk/sugar/cordial)
9b. Link to online contributions via Open Collective, our fiscal host
Ngā Hapū o Te Ahuahu